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Running head: PAPER1Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical ConsiderationModupe MemayetanGrand Canyon UniversityNRS 433VModupe Memayetan, RNJune 27th, 2022
PAPER2Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical ConsiderationIntroductionThe topic of interest is related to early ambulation within 12 hours to improve therecovery of older patients.The importance of early ambulation for patients after surgery cannot be over emphasized.It reduces the length of hospital stay prevents complications such as deep vein thrombosis,constipation, pulmonary effusion to mention a few.Early ambulation promotes improves bloodflow and circulation in the body which in turn promotes wound healing.This not only helps thesurgical site recover faster, but also enhances the blood flow in the peripheral extremities. Inaddition to improving the patient's condition, nurses who encourage early mobility in their post-operative patients may also assist with the financial elements of the operation. The patient andthe healthcare facility can both benefit financially from early ambulation since it can lead to ashorter hospital stay. This lowers the likelihood of patients contracting an infection while theyare hospitalized, and it also makes room for newly admitted patients.The Picot question is "inolder patients, how does early ambulation (less than twelve hours) post-surgery help in recoveryas compared to delayed ambulation (more than twelve-hour) thirty days after the operation?"Study 1
PAPER3Gong, J.-M., Du, J.-S., & Han, D.-M. (2020). Implications of bed rest for patients with acutedeep vein thrombosis: A qualitative study.Patient Preference and Adherence,14, 1659.Background Article 1As per Gonget al.(2020) since the beginning of the 20th century, researchers havebecome increasingly concerned about the recommendation of bed rest for patients with deep veinthrombosis (DVT) in order to prevent complications. The majority of studies regarding thepotential harms of bed rest in patients with DVT that are currently available are primarilyfocused on the physiological effects. This study investigated the impact of bed rest on patientssuffering from acute DVT from the perspective of the patients themselves (Gong et al., 2020).Once these implications are understood, it will be much easier to decide whether the study hasresearched the evidence (Green & Johnson n.d.). A serious health concern associated with a highdeath and morbidity rate globally is venous thromboembolism (VTE), which is furtherexacerbated by deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE). One in ten peoplearound the world (i.e., 6.5 million) is affected by this disease every year. DVT occurs mostfrequently in hospitals in China, where the death rate from DVT was 10.0% according to a studyconducted in that hospital. In recent years, thrombotic events have steadily increased inproportion to hospitalizations for the treatment of the general population in China, even thoughno large-scale study has been conducted on the epidemiology of DVT across the generalpopulation.

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