Answer for B and C: The patient operates from an [B] [C], primarily focusing on an affective state including fears, anxieties, expectations, feelings, and perceptions about illness in an effort to develop adequate treatment.
Describe four cardiovascular conditions that may lead to heart failure and what can be done in the form of medical/nursing interventions to prevent the development of heart failure in each condition. Taking into consideration the fact that most mature adults take at least six prescription medications, discuss four nursing interventions that can help prevent problems caused by multiple drug interactions in older patients. Provide rationale for each of the interventions you recommend.
A nurse conducts an assessment on a young family with a new baby boy. The husband has recently been promoted to a higher paying position but is not sure if he will be making enough money to move a new apartment in a safer neighborhood. Based on this information, the nurse determines that this family currently has risk factors. Identify those risk factors associated with the young family. Discuss possible interventions or resources for the family using the resources available in your community.
1.How do we differentiate between an occlusive stroke and a hemorrhagic stroke, and why is it crucial to do so as soon as possible? 2.There are many factors that go into determining if a mother and child are successful when breastfeeding. It is not easy for some to breastfeed! Later babies can transition to infant food to pureed food to finely chopped finger foods. Which is the recommended transition stages. But there is a newer trend in feeding called “Baby Led Weaning” (Baby Centre, 2014). Have you heard of this? Is this appropriate? Why or why not?
Readings indicate that even as multiculturalism gains support in the United States and other countries, many people from different cultures continue to experience marginalization, including those with health disparities. Search and retrieve a primary research article from online. Summarize a brief report and include innovative suggestions to minimize marginalization.
How can you use EBP in your practice? Discuss some impediments to creating a program of nursing research in your clinical environment. Identify and discuss strategies for promoting EBP in your practice.
Which of the following is NOT true regarding the relationship between glucose and insulin? Select one: a. Insulin allows glucose to travel into cells b. Insulin metabolises glucose to release energy for cells c. Insulin is released by Islets of Langerhans in response to elevated blood glucose levels d. Elevated blood glucose results from a lack of insulin Between 2007-2008 and 2014-2015 which indicators for progress of diabetes trended unfavorably? Select one: a. Vision loss and non-traumatic amputation b. Cardiovascular disease and non-traumatic amputation c. End-stage kidney disease and cardiovascular disease d. Vision loss and end-stage kidney disease In 2014 […]
Which of the following is NOT a risk factor associated with diabetes? Select one: a. Physical inactivity b. Tobacco smoking c. Risky alcohol consumption d. Obesity Obesity is associated with an increased risk for Type 2 Diabetes because: Select one: a. Obesity and Type 2 diabetes are both the result of physical inactivity and high fat diets b. Obesity and diabetes are genetically linked c. Obesity can decrease peripheral insulin receptor sensitivity d. Obesity is the result of prolonged elevated blood glucose levels In 2014 what conditions were most commonly identified as the underlying cause of death when diabetes is […]
A 30 years old man is few months onwards suffering with a heavyweight loss and fatigue and after the physical examination the repot can indicate pallor and multiple bruises on hisarms and legs. acute lymphocyticleukemia and thrombocytopenia are also noticed in the result. What is an appropriate nursing diagnosis?