Sunday, February 24, 2013

What do you really want in a cologne?

As for me, this cologne possesses all that I really want to face my every day with a happy mood and fresh feeling. And so far, this is the best cologne ever!

Fresh waterfall mist introduces me to the world of less worry. It invigoratingly makes me face the day light because of its fragrance that extraordinarily sets my mood into a positive aura and the people around kind of light-hearted.

At first, I don't really believe in the power of fragrances, but now that I have experienced what this cologne has for me, then, I am so overly happy because I am always fresh and in good mood.

Now, I can tell that I can't live without this mist on!  With just a press, you can have all the freshness!

Friday, February 22, 2013

Let us face it! This world has lots of everything in order for us to live. And that everything entails lots or just enough money for us to enjoy and have them. But there are some realities in life that having all those things are just not so reachable within our reach. What is the best solution? Here comes the loans.

The personal loans are sorts of help that would really make you contented and even satisfied with meeting all the needs that you want to enjoy. Like, if you don't have much money and you want to purchase something that you really need or you want to pay for something, then the help of personal loans comes in. You can be able to meet buying what you really like or paying what you need to pay. In this manner, you are giving credit of happiness to yourself and that you find contentment.

On the other hand, bad credit loans are intended for your needs if you have bad credits. It will surely catch you from the dilemma of being able to properly take the chance and even the opportunity to settle your problem in terms of your credit.

The presence of loans whether it be a personal loan or bad credit loan donates a huge help that would always mean to sustain your needs everyday. In fact, it is the solution from you in a way of helping solve your problems.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

The world will not stop to celebrate the Heart's Day. Who can ever impede it in the first place?

I was with my friend who is frustrated. It is not because she loses her job, but because she told me that it is really so bad having no special someone to celebrate with during the Valentines Day. And I say, "Well, if that is the case, then it will be."

I paused for some times while contemplating about what she just said and I was like realizing that it is that really a pain when no one is to be with during that special day. Her boyfriend cheated her and it is really the end of them just last week of January. How sad that they are separated. But nevertheless, I can say that I don't really know the whole story. They are supposed to be the luckiest and the compatible above all. Well, for more reasons, that I don't know.

I was then lead thinking that Valentines Day calls for really the day of the hearts and most of the lovers are celebrating that day. Red roses, red flowers, red stuff toys, red somethings are scattering on that day and so, it would aggravate to think that it is so unpleasing of a kind of a feeling that if there is no someone, it would spell like alone. That is indeed pretty tough!

I mean, people are all like her. Not in a moment of everyone's lives all will smoothly come into place. I have been there, in that kind of feeling and it was only now that my love story is worth a ceaseless stops. My family defines it! 

Friday, February 1, 2013

      Perineal care is often referred to as "pericare;" it consists of external irrigation of the vulva and perineum following voiding or defecation and is part of the routine A. M. and P. M. care. It involves thorough cleansing of the client’s external genitalia and surrounding skin.

      A client routinely receives perineal care during a bath. Clients most in need of perineal care are at greatest risk for acquiring infection, such as clients with indwelling Foley catheters, clients who are incontinent, and clients recovering from rectal or genital surgery or childbirth. Special attention is given to cleansing the skin around the genitals, because secretions can accumulate and cause skin breakdown and infection of the skin and urinary or reproductive systems.

            Gloves must be worn during the procedure because of the risk of contacting microorganisms, such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or herpes virus, from perineal drainage. Certain clients require perineal care at times other than during a bath (e.g. because of fecal incontinence or as part of Foley catheter care). /in addition, pericare promotes healing after perineal surgey or vaginal deliveries.


1. Prevent or eliminate infection or odor

2. Promote healing

3. Remove secretion

4. Provide comfort


1. Clean the perenium from the cleanest to the less clean area.

2. Ensure patient privacy.

3. Wipe from front to back (vagina toward rectum) on female patients to avoid contaminating the vagina or urethral meatus.

4. Do not use the same washcloth for any other portion of the patient's bath.


Gloves, washcloths, clean basin, mild soap, bath towel, bath blanket, toilet tissue, linen-saver pad, trash bag , optional: bedpan, peri bottle, antiseptic soap, petroleum jelly, zinc oxide cream, vitamin A and D ointment, and an ABD pad.

Following genital or rectal surgery, you may need to use sterile supplies, including sterile gloves, gauze, and cotton balls.

Preparation of equipment:

Obtain ointment or cream as needed. Fill the basin two-thirds full with warm water. Also fill the peri bottle with warm water if needed.


Perineal care for the female patient

  • To minimize the patient's exposure and embarrassment, place the bath blanket over her with corners head to foot and side to side. Wrap each leg with a side corner, tucking it under her hip. Then fold back the corner between her legs to expose the perineum.
  • Ask the patient to bend her knees slightly and to spread her legs. Separate her labia with one hand and wash with the other, using gentle downward strokes from the front to the back of the perineum to prevent intestinal organisms from contaminating the urethra or vagina. Avoid the area around the anus, and use a clean section of washcloth for each stroke by folding each used section inward. This prevents the spread of contaminated secretions or discharge.
  • Using a clean washcloth, rinse thoroughly from front to back because soap residue can cause skin irritation. Pat the area dry with a bath towel because moisture can also cause skin irritation and discomfort.
  • Apply ordered ointments or creams.
  • Turn the patient on her side to Sims' position, if possible, to expose the anal area.
  • Clean, rinse, and dry the anal area, starting at the posterior vaginal opening and wiping from front to back.

Perineal care for the male patient

  • Drape the patient's legs to minimize exposure and embarrassment and expose the genital area.
  • Hold the shaft of the penis with one hand and wash with the other, beginning at the tip and working in a circular motion from the center to the periphery to avoid introducing microorganisms into the urethra. Use a clean section of washcloth for each stroke to prevent the spread of contaminated secretions or discharge.
  • Rinse thoroughly, using the same circular motion.
  • For the uncircumcised patient, gently retract the foreskin and clean beneath it. Rinse well but don't dry because moisture provides lubrication and prevents friction when replacing the foreskin. Replace the foreskin to avoid constriction of the penis, which causes edema and tissue damage.
  • Wash the rest of the penis, using downward strokes toward the scrotum. Rinse well and pat dry with a towel.
  • Clean the top and sides of the scrotum; rinse thoroughly and pat dry. Handle the scrotum gently to avoid causing discomfort.
  • Turn the patient on his side. Clean the bottom of the scrotum and the anal area. Rinse well and pat dry.


1. Reduce the transmission of microorganism.

2. Provide privacy.

3. If client is ambulatory, perineal care  may be done either with client on or standing at the toilet. If perineal care is to be performed in the bed, place the client on her side or over a deep bedpan.

4. Protects bed linen.

5. May require several attempts. If performing at the bedside, may collect paper in disposable pad or linens until end of procedure.

6. Several perineal solutions are available which may or may not require rinsing. Carefully evaluate this requirement. Solutions that require rinsing may cause skin breakdown if left on the skin.

7. Maximizes cleaning; prevents spread of rectal flora to the vagina.

8. Fecal material causes irritation and skin breakdown when left in contact with skin.

9. Rinses soap, which can irritate the skin, from the area.

10. Residual moisture provides an ideal environment for the growth of microorganism.

11. Barrier ointment may be used if client is incontinent or skin fold tends to harbor moisture.

12. Promotes client’s comfort.

13. Prevents spread of disease or bacteria.