Notes on Nursing Setting & Symbolism

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Air

Florence Nightingale discussed clean air flow around the patient as the most important environmental factor affecting a patient's health

House Health

Florence Nightingale discussed the importance of the inside and outside environment of the house and how it contributed or detracted from the patient's health

Noise

Florence Nightingale discussed the importance of the absence of negative noise in the patient environment and the benefits of positive noise on the patient's health.

Variety

Florence Nightingale discusses the importance of variety in the patient's day. Variety served to break up the monotony of being sick and included simple things such as a look out of a window or the delivery of flowers to the patient.

Food

Florence Nightingale discusses the importance of all aspects of food, from preparation to delivery to observing what the patient ate to the positive and negative qualities of different kinds of food.

Beds and Bedding

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