Osmosis II B Sc Nursing 1st Year II Foundation of Nursing II

Osmosis II B Sc Nursing 1st Year II Foundation of Nursing II By Sana Madam
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Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is a grass root level working NGO from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. India registered as an NGO under Section 8 of Indian Company Act, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt of India.

One of the main objectives of Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is to uplift the standard of Nursing by conducting seminars, workshops, Awareness campaigns and taking online classes.

Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is having 12A and 80G of from Income Tax Department and also registered with NITI Aayog, Govt of India.

Link of all the charitable activities are given below:

Introduction of Jeevan Jyothi Foundation:

Food Distribution in Hospitals:

Food Distribution in Streets:

Covid 19 Relief Works:

Osmosis is a biological process that involves the movement of water molecules across a semi-permeable membrane from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration. In the context of B Sc Nursing 1st Year II Foundation of Nursing, the study of osmosis is essential for understanding the principles of fluid and electrolyte balance in the human body.

This topic explores the various types of osmosis, such as hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic solutions, and their effects on the body. It also covers the factors that influence osmosis, including temperature, pressure, and concentration gradients.

As nursing students, understanding osmosis is crucial in providing effective patient care, particularly in situations where fluid and electrolyte imbalances occur. This knowledge allows nurses to monitor and regulate the fluid intake and output of patients, as well as administer the appropriate electrolyte solutions to maintain the balance of electrolytes in the body.

Overall, the study of osmosis in B Sc Nursing 1st Year II Foundation of Nursing provides a fundamental understanding of the role of fluids and electrolytes in the human body, and how they affect patient health. This knowledge is essential for nursing students to provide effective and safe care to their patients.


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