Select a developmental age group. Describe one way the RN’s physical assessment is unique for the developmental age you selected Discuss a health promotion focus specific for the developmental age selected Base your initial post on your readings and research of this topic. Your initial post must contain a minimum of 250 words. References, citations, and repeating the question do not count towards the 250 word minimum.
What do you believe are the roles and functions of a professional nurse and how do you envision fulfilling these roles and functions at program completion? Need good long response page long or more just to understand the idea
List three HCP-generated roadblocks to threrapeutic communication and explain why they are significant. Describe a clinical situation in which such roadblocks may occur and explain how to resolve them.
List three patient-generated roadblocks to therapeutic communica-tion and explain why they are significant. Describe a clinical situa-tion in which such roadblocks may occur and explain how to resolve them.
Mike L., a 47-year-old man, went to his physician for an annual physical that had been postponed for over 3 years. He had started his own business 4 years ago and had been extremely busy getting it established. Mike’s medical history indicated he was a nonsmoker, and his father and grandfather had histories of myocardial infarctions before age 55. Since she had not seen this patient in a number of years, the physician decided to order routine screening tests. CHEMISTRY RESULTS: Test Patient Results Reference Range Sodium 143 136-145 mEq/L Potassium 4.6 3.6-5.0 mEq/L Chloride 104 101-111 mEq/L CO2 29.0 […]
Examine the following lipid panel and answer the questions. Lipid Profile Patient Result Reference Range Cholesterol 305 <200 mg/dL HDL Cholesterol 45 29-75 mg/dL Tryglycerides 390 <250 mg/dL 1. Given the above information, what is Mike’s LDL cholesterol? Based on his LDLC, is he at high risk for coronary heart disease, moderate risk, or within the recommended range? 2. If Mike’s triglycerides were 450 mg/dL, could the LDL be calculated? Why or why not? 2. a) What would be the next step? 3. List eight risk factors associated with CHD as determined by the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) Adult […]