Guillan Barre´s Syndrome (GBS)

Guillan Barre´s Syndrome (GBS)

Pathophysiology, diagnostic tests & nursing management. Guillain-Barré syndrome is an autoimmune attack on the peripheral nerve myelin. The result is acute, rapid segmental demyelination of peripheral nerves and some cranial nerves, producing ascending weakness with dyskinesia (inability to execute voluntary movements), hyporeflexia, and paresthesias(numbness).

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Best Learning Practices; Study Groups

Best Learning Practices; Study Groups

In order to be a productive nursing team we ought to inculcate within us the dynamics & benefits of interdependence, self to group discipline, creating strong communication skills & group support. By combining the social aspect of peer group meeting and the educational front, study groups encourage learners to express themselves freely which further reinforces their knowledge.