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Introduction The brain is clearly the centralcomputer, which controls all the functionsof the body. It is the most active andcomplex area of the body, which meansthat when something goes wrong with thebody, the brain is often the first thing to beaffected and the last thing to improve.Therefore, the initial approach to treatingany problems of the body is exactly astaking good care of the brain itself. CEREBRAL ANEURYSM is not an unusual brain problem. It is theenlargement of the wall of a cerebral artery or vein. Aneurysms affectarteries throughout the body, including blood vessels in the brain.Although more common in adults than children, cerebralaneurysms occur in all age groups. Cerebral aneurysms are morecommon—and the risk of aneurysm generally increases—with age; themotivation why the group conducted the Seminar entitled: TICK-TOCK: Methods and Mechanisms of Cerebral Aneurysm
Introduction The 3-hour seminar in collaborationwith Philippine Nurses Association-IloiloChapter, held last May 24, 2012 at theVictory Christian Fellowship, Paseo de Iloilo, was withDr. Steven G. Bacalian, MD, FAFNI,and Mr. Norwil G. Baguio, RN, MAN, as the guest speakers. Dr. Steven G. Bacalian, MD, FAFNI The event featured both the medical and the nursing perspective of the Cerebral Aneurysm. Nursing managementand interventions were highlighted especially in the second part of the seminar. Mr. Norwil G. Baguio, RN, MAN
Introduction Newly nursing graduates from the University of San Agustin, Graduate school students from Central Philippine University and registered nurses from West Visayas State University Medical Center, Great Saviour International Hospital and Iloilo Mission Hospital were the participants of the said activity.
Introduction The Seminar organized by the Medical-Surgical II students got satisfactory reviews from the participants. Through the efforts of the class, knowledge and awareness of cerebral aneurysm washeightened. Information about thehealth problem was disseminated which made a productive afternoon for everybody.
GENERAL OBJECTIVE At the end of this seminar, the participants will be able to develop awareness on the trends and updates about Cerebral Aneurysm. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Specifically, the participants will be able to: 1. understand the causes, the signs and symptoms and pathophysiology of Cerebral Aneurysm; 2. determine the different medical-surgical managements for Cerebral Aneurysm; 3. be familiar with the latest trends and updates in the diagnosis treatment of patients with Cerebral Aneurysm; 4. identify nursing responsibilities in caring for clients with Cerebral Aneurysm; and 5. determine appropriate health teachings for clients with Cerebral Aneurysm.
Mr. Maccabeus Caberoy & Ms. Katrina Intrepido Masters of Ceremony
Seminar Registration The seminar Registration was systematic and in a first come first served basis. Participants were asked to sign in a registration sheet and were given seminar kitswhich include paraphernalia needed for the seminar lecture. Participants were then ushered to their seats.
Seminar CommitteesJan Christian Deslate, RN Mary Kathrina Armonio, RN, MBA CLASS MAYOR SEMINAR COORDINATOR Mae Joy Espinosa, MN, MAN SEMINAR ADVISER
Seminar Committees Physical Set-Up and Food Ivy Joy Coronado Ryan Sartorio Katherine Rose Monroy Roan PatrialLetters and Advertising Jan Christian Deslate Kristina Grace Llorico Leonor Corvera Ammi Hofilena Roxan Latumbo April Joy Suarez
Seminar Committees Program Rommel Jan A. Gestoso Maccabeus P. Caberoy Mary Kathrina Armonio Davy Kertch Garcenila Jasper OrtigasRegistration Ainee Sampiano Jeserie Gepana Karen Choie Jurilla Ma. Jorly Paclibar
SEMINAR committeesDocumentation Katrina IntrepidoMary Kristelle MagoChristy Jim Gallego Jamea Olanday Ray Jan Palada
DoxologyHow lovely is your dwelling place,O Lord mighty God, Lord of all HOW LOVELY IS YOUREven the lowly sparrow finds a home for her brood DWELLING PLACEAnd the swallow a nest for herselfWhere she may lay here young Sung by:In your altars my king and my God MARY KATHRINA ARMONIO, RN, MBAHow lovely is your dwelling place, ROMMEL JAN GESTOSO, RNO Lord mighty God, Lord of allBlessed are they whose dwellingIs Your own Lord of peaceBlest are they refreshed by springs and by rainWhen dryness daunts and scathesBehold my shieldMy king and my God!How lovely is your dwelling place,O Lord mighty God, Lord of allI would forsake a thousandOther days anywhereIf I could spend one day in YourCourts belong to you aloneMy strength are You aloneMy glory, my king and my God!How lovely is your dwelling place,O Lord mighty God, Lord of all
Opening Prayer ―What am I to do? I will pray with my spirit, but I will pray with my mind also; I will sing praise with my spirit, but I will sing with my mind also.‖ -1 Corinthians 14:15
OPENING REMARKS To our beloved adviser, Professor Mae Joy Espinosa, to our distinguished guests, my fellow coordinators/organizers of this seminar, and to our dear participants, a pleasant afternoon. It is my honor and great privilege to lead this activity about cerebral aneurysm. This is relevant to our present health setting since many of our clients are diagnosed with this disease. I believe that through this seminar, the health care providers especially nurses can give inputs or health teachings to the clients both in hospital and community. After this, may we become change agents in our society to help others by educating them with what we know.May this activity enlighten our minds and be the servants of Christ, to give care and aid the sick, and help them in alleviating their sufferings. For this is our passion – and that is to SERVE. So without further ado, let’s enjoy the learnings that we can get in this seminar. Seat back and open our ears to gather information as much as we can. Have a good day! Thank you.
Introduction of SpeakerSTEVEN GUIDO BACALIAN, MD, FAFNI (Fellow, Association of FilipinoNeurosurgeons, Inc)EducationAB Premed and Doctor of Medicine – West Visayas State UniversityResidency Training – UP –PGHDiplomate in NeurosurgeryFellow of Association of Filipino NeurosurgeonsConsultant West Visayas State University Iloilo Mission Hospital St. Paul’s Hospital Western Visayas Medical Center Great Saviour Internation HospitalFaculty West Visayas State University – College of Medicine Central Philippine University – College of Medicine St. Paul University Department of Physical TherapyOrganization Member, West Visayas State University Alumni Association Vice-President, Iloilo Medical Society President, Philippine Board of Neurosurgery
Lecture Outline• What is cerebral aneurysm?• What causes cerebral aneurysm?• Signs and symptoms• Diagnostic tests: – Computed tomography scan – Computed tomography angiogram scan – Magnetic resonance angiography – Cerebral angiogram – Medical and surgical management• Medical and surgical management
Open Forum Dr. Bacalian enthusiastically entertained questions from the inquisitive audience. After his lecture, an ample amount of time was allotted for queries and clarifications.―There are no foolish questions,and no man becomes a fool untilhe has stopped asking questions. -Charles Proteus Steinmetz
Intermission number ―Hide not your talents, they for use were made. Whats a sundial in the shade?‖ -Benjamin FranklinRayjan Palada and JameaOlanday rendered a song numberto break the ice after the first-halfof the seminar.
Introduction of First Guest Speaker By: Mary Kristelle Mago Mr. Norwil G. Baguio finishedhis Bachelor of Science in Nursing atWVSU-CON in the year 2002. Heobtained his Masters of Arts in Nursing,major in Medical Surgical Nursing atthe Philippine Christian University in the2010. He was a Senior Nurse in theMedical ICU at St. Pauls Hospital, Iloilofrom year 2002-2004. Currently, he is a part-timeclinical instructor of WVSU-CON and afull time NLE, NCLEX, CGFNS reviewerat NG Review and Training Center,Inc. from year 2004 up to present.
CerebralI.Aneurysm of cerebral aneurysm What are the causesII. What is the pathophysiology of the cerebral aneurysmIII. Hunt and Hess ScaleIV. Fisher GradeV. The 3H approachVI. Goals and outcomes I. Maintain cerebral and tissue perfusion II. Reduce anxiety III. Reduce painVII. Health education and maintenance
Open Forum The discussion proper would not be a success without clarifying and understanding the concept itself. All participants are free to raise their questions and doubts regarding the topic and write it in a piece of paper included in the seminar kit. The facilitator gathers it all after the speaker finished her discussion.
Open Forum One of them also is tasked to read it one by one. Each questions and clarifications raised were clearly and spontaneously answered with the help of Ms. Paclibar as the moderator.
Awarding of Certificates Finally, after almost three hours oflecture and sharing of knowledge, the seminar came to an end. Dr. StevenG. Bacalian, MD, FAFNI, and Mr. Norwil G. Baguio, RN, MAN lived up to the expectations of the participants.Methods and Mechanisms of Cerebral Aneurysm were clarified and the Dr. Steven G. Bacalian, MD, FAFNI participants were satisfied. The awarding of certificate of appreciation and a token to the speaker was facilitated by Mae Joy Espinosa, MN, MAN, Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing adviser and Mary Kathrina Armonio, RN, MBA, seminar coordinator. Mr. Norwil G. Baguio, RN, MAN
Awarding of prizes As a simple token to participants, thecoordinators draw lots for 3 lucky winners to receive a gift during the seminar.
Closing Remarks Ladies and gentlemen, first of all, let me thank you for giving me this role of speaking on behalf of the participants in this closing ceremony of our Seminar on Cerebral Aneurysm. It is a great honor for me to have this opportunity. During the past few hours, the seminar discussed the Methods and Mechanisms of Cerebral Aneurysm and we have had the opportunity to delve into this thought provoking topic. It is important for us to be able to utilize the lessons learned today as we continue to grow and work as nurses. I strongly believe that experiences like this are fruitful and will, on its part, provide a source of confidence for those aiming at a moreApril Joy Suarez, RN knowledgeable and efficient role as nurses.
Closing Remarks I would like to thank Dr. Steven G. Bacalian and Mr.Norwil G. Baguio for their valuable and clear explanations,and for generously sharing with us their time, experiences,expert knowledge, and insights. We are very grateful to you. I would also like to acknowledge the efforts madeby the MAN 711 class and its different committees for makingthis event come to fruition. And let’s not forget our lovelyseminar adviser, Mrs. Mae Joy P. Espinosa for her guidanceand unwavering support. April Joy Suarez, RN Above all, I would like to thank all of you here for making this seminar asuccess through your valuable contributions and active participation throughoutthe seminar and especially during the discussion panels. I know that the knowledge we have gained and the thoughts we haveraised during this seminar will be useful in our continuing education and practicalapplication. Once again, thank you, and good afternoon.
Acknowledgmen tWith all our hearts, we, CLASS MAN 711 would like toextend our deepest gratitude to the following whomhad sheltered us:First and foremost, to the LORD GOD ALMIGHTY foreverything, especially for the gift of life;DR. BACALIAN AND PROF. BAGUIO our beloved guestspeakers, for selflessly sharing their time and wisdom andfor opening our minds to a better understanding ofCerebral Aneurysm, that will guide us nurses in providingquality nursing care to pediatric clients;DR. FELY P. DAVID, our beloved dean, for the firmfoundation of unwavering support;PROF. MAE JOY P. ESPINOSA, for being the windows ofuntiring effort in guiding and help us make thisundertaking a reality;Our dear PROFESSORS, for being the frame, molding usto be the best of what we can be;Our FAMILIES and FRIENDS, for being the pillars of ourstrength and inspiration;STUDENTS of this GRADUATE SCHOOL, for theircooperation and participation on this significantendeavor. CLASS MAN 621
Closing Prayer Heavenly Father as we come to the end of our time together, we thank You for what has been accomplished here today. May the matters discussed serve as a catalyst to move us forward and cause us to advance and see growth in all areas of our lives. May we leave here recognizing You are the God of all wisdom and You are willing to lead us forward. This we pray in the name of the Lord Jesus. Amen.Katherine Rose Monroy, RN
Awarding of Certificate of Appreciation and Token Prof. Mae Joy Peñaflor-Espinosa with seminar coordinator Kathrina Armonio awarded the certificate of appreciation to Dr. Steven Bacalian for his invaluable contribution as resource speaker.
EvaluationThe participants were asked to evaluate the seminar on ascale of one to five, where:5 – Excellent4 – Very Satisfactory3 – Satisfactory2 – Unsatisfactory1 – Needs Improvement
Evaluation The topic, speaker, physical set-up and organizationof the program were the components of the seminar to beevaluated. The topic was rated based on relevance of thetopic to the nursing profession, whether it was an interestingtopic, and if the audience learned a lot from the lecture.The speakers were evaluated based on knowledge andmastery of the content, skillful method and manner ofpresentation, level of presentation appropriate to theaudience, clarity and speaking ability, organization andpresentation and adequacy of discussion period. Thephysical set-up was rated based on conductivity forlearning, cleanliness and orderliness and clarity of audio-visual equipment. The organization of the program wasevaluated based on selection of the resource speaker, flowof registration, accommodation, presentation of theprogram, quality of lecture materials and seminar kits and ifthe objectives were met.
Evaluation The total scores corresponding to each componentof the evaluation were totaled and averaged. The followingare the average scores for each element of the seminar.The highest average was given to the relevance of thetopic to the nursing with the score of 94%. The lowestaverage with 84% was given to skillful method and mannerof presentation to the speaker 2.
EvaluationTOPIC99.3%- relevance to the topic to the nursing profession96.8%- interesting topic95.8% - learned a lot from the lectureSPEAKER 197.8%- knowledge and mastery of the speaker95.1% -skillful method and manner of presentation94.1% -level of presentation appropriate to theaudience94.3% -clarity and speaking ability93.8% -organization of presentation93.1%-adequate discussion periodSPEAKER 297.3%- knowledge and mastery of the speaker97.3% -skillful method and manner of presentation96.3% -level of presentation appropriate to theaudience95.8% -clarity and speaking ability95.2% -organization of presentation94.3%-adequate discussion period
EvaluationPHYSICAL SET-UP91.1% -venue is conductive for learning88.7% -cleanliness and orderliness93.1%- clarity of audio visual equipmentORGANIZATION OF THE PROGRAM97.1% -selection of resource speaker91.6% -registration is smooth flowing and organized91.6% - accommodation91.6% -presentation of the program89.6% -lecture materials and seminar kits92.6%- objectives metThe ratings were also tallied, determining thefrequency and percentage of participants’ rating thedifferent areas as 5, 4, 3, 2, or 1. The following table isthe summary of the frequencies and percentages ofhow participants rated us in the overall performancewith comments and suggestions.