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LEWY BODY DEMENTIA AS ADISTINCT DIAGNOSIS OR PART OFPARKINSON'S SYNDROME
Table of ContentsCHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................1Research Tittle............................................................................................................................1Overview of study.......................................................................................................................1Aim..............................................................................................................................................1Objectives....................................................................................................................................1Question......................................................................................................................................2Rationale of study.......................................................................................................................2Significance of study...................................................................................................................2Structure of dissertation..............................................................................................................2CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW.........................................................................................4Terminology Lewy body Dementia and Parkinson's syndrome.................................................4Similarities between Parkinson's syndrome and Lewy body Dementia......................................7Relationship between Lewy body Dementia and Parkinson's syndrome....................................9CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY...........................................................................13Introduction...............................................................................................................................13Research Philosophy.................................................................................................................13Research Design........................................................................................................................13Research Approach...................................................................................................................14Sampling...................................................................................................................................14Data Collection..........................................................................................................................14Data Analysis............................................................................................................................15Ethical Considerations..............................................................................................................15CHAPTER 4: FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION...........................................................................16Theme 1: Lewy Body Dementia...............................................................................................16Theme 2: Parkinson Syndrome.................................................................................................16Theme 3: Diagnosis of Lewy Body Dementia..........................................................................16Theme 4: Diagnosis of Parkinson Syndrome............................................................................17Theme 5: Heath care setting for patients suffering from Parkinson and LBD..........................17
Theme 6: Holistic treatment to LBD and Parkinson syndrome................................................18Theme 7: Role of Mental Health Counsellors in health care plans...........................................18Theme 8: Factors to be considered for LBD and PD patients...................................................19Theme 9: Differentiated symptoms of LBD and PD................................................................19Theme 10: Nursing intervention for the patients of LBD and PD............................................20Theme 11:Relationship between Lewy body Dementia and Parkinson's syndrome.................20CHAPTER 5 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION.....................................................22REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................24
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTIONResearch Tittle“Lewy body dementia is a distinct diagnosis or a part of Parkinson’s syndrome”.Overview of studyLewy body dementia is known as progressive diseases which takes place afterAlzheimer's disease. It occurs due to protein deposits in brain regions, nerve cells, memory andalso impacts movement. However, it can be said the Lewy Dementia disables motor control ofhuman body which is related with physical and mental processing (An Introduction to LewyBody Dementia,2018). The Parkinson syndrome is health problem which is related to centralnervous system which hampers mid brain and leads to disability in physical movement of body.It is specially related to motor control which leads to rigidity, difficulty in walking, shaking, etc.Apparently, together dementia and Lewy body is known as DLB whereas, Parkinson withDementia is known as PDD.Further, it can be said occurrence of both the syndrome origins from mental processingdue to which person losses control over its body functioning. It has become challengingdisorder. Both the diseases can be completely cured but can be controlled with proper treatment.In accordance with this, it is the responsibility of service provider to ensure that people sufferingfrom PPD and DLB are not forced process and memorize something. Forcing people tomemorise something is a life threatening chance which completely paralyse human body(Dementia with Lewy bodies and Parkinson’s disease dementia: part of one continuum or twodistinct entities?,2016). The study will help in determining appropriate measures which can betaken to handle patients suffering from Lewy Body Dementia and Parkinson Syndrome. Thus,the focus of research will analyse relationship between both disabilities and actions which cancontrol and prevent mental disability.Aim“To assess whether Lewy body dementia is a distinct diagnosis or a part of Parkinson’ssyndrome”ObjectivesTo determine difference between Lewy body Dementia and Parkinson's syndrome.1
To evaluate the similarities between Parkinson's syndrome and Lewy body Dementia.To explore the relationship between Lewy body Dementia and Parkinson's syndrome.QuestionWhat are dissimilarities and differences between Lewy body Dementia and Parkinson'ssyndrome?Rationale of studyLewy body Dementia is a mental disorder due to which person is unable to think,recognise, remember and process information whereas Parkinson syndrome is related to centralnervous system which affects the body movement of person (Korbo, 2017). Main motive of thestudy is to determine distinct diagnosis and relationship between Lewy Body dementia andParkinson. This study will assist in analysing health care factors which needs to consider whendealing patient suffering from these disabilities. Thus, the study will assist in ascertaining risk ofhealth care providers when dealing with different service users suffering from mental disorders.Significance of studyThe study is important to determine common impact of both; disorders on physical andmental ability of people. It will help in determining the health care factors which are required tobe considered when handling patients suffering from Parkinson and Lewy Body. It is thesituation where person loses control over his or her mental and physical processing. Thus, theresearch is important to analyse factors which can help health care providers in managing safepractices when handling patients suffering from DLB and PPD.Structure of dissertationChapter 1 Introduction:This is first chapter of dissertation in which the scholar outlines thebrief about the study which is Lewy Body Dementia and Parkinson syndrome. In this step, theresearcher focuses on developing brief understanding over research tittle in order to makeprocess smooth and systematic. Further, in this, individual outlined significance of chosen topicand motive like the research on mental disability to analyse significant relationship between twodisorders.Chapter 2 Literature review:It is the second step of dissertation which is based on secondaryinformation on research topic. In this, the scholar focuses on collecting reviews of different2
authors on the basis of aim which is to assess whether Lewy body dementia is a distinctdiagnosis or a part of Parkinson’s syndrome. Further, review is analysed with the help of themeswhich are formed on the basis of objectives. It is a complex phase of research where person isliable to compare different studies and facts.Chapter 3 Research Methodology:This chapter of dissertation defines methods which can helpin making study smooth by developing understanding over each and every phase like researchphilosophy that helps the researcher in understanding concept of study by implementing use ofanalytical thinking. Further, chapter derives the process of data collection which will be used byscholar in order to collect relevant information to make study viable and reliable. Thus, the bestand critical part of chapter is ethical consideration where person defines values which will beconsidered at time of collecting information on research tittle.Chapter 4 Findings and Discussion:This chapter helps in understanding the collected allinformation from different sources. It is the study in which researcher aims at comparing andcontrasting collected information. However, in this dissertation chapter, the scholar will compareprimary and secondary collected information in order to develop in-depth knowledge aboutsignificant relationship between Lewy body dementia and Parkinson syndrome.Chapter 5 Conclusion:This section in dissertation will be outlining summarized findings fromevery chapter. This step is last phase in which the scholar concludes learning from secondary andprimary sources. The analysis in this chapter demonstrates efforts of researcher in data collectionand analysis process. However, it outlines the important aspect which are considered to makeinvestigation ethical and viable.3
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