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Buddhist Monk illness nursing care follows the concept of Buddism is a huge of good krama and important thing to do that will affect to caregivers or nurses to have happiness similar to give the nursing care to the Budha. Nursing care following the dharma discipline(Tripitaka) is an important. Buddha’s teaching (Pratham) is the teaching of Budha. The dharma discipline (Tripitaka) was defined by the Buddha that composed of 3 types; Phra Winai Pitaka, Suttatapitaka, and Apithampitaka. Phra Winai pitaka is the Buddha’s teaching related with the discipline of the monks should do for advance celibacy. Suttatapika is the Buddha teaching related the Buddha concept that teach to people in many places. Apithampitaka is the Buddha teaching related the reality of Buddha’s concept following cause and effect of practice. Hence, the nursing care should start with accusation to the monks and say that I wish to care for your request anything from the nurses for necessary need of the monks. For nursing care the nurses should not directly touch to the body. The nurses will touch through the gloves. The problem of nurses in nursing care to the Buddhist monk illness is worry in Dharma discipline that lead to offense of the monks. So if the nurses have the knowledge of the Buddha’discipline they will give the appropriate nursing care for the monks. It will be benefit to the treatment and healing. Then occurring the nursing practice in caring the monk illness following dharma discipline of professional nurses.
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