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September 9, 2019

Medications being taken and possible side or adverse effects

In this first submission of your Course Project, you will be completing the background information on the client you selected from your clinical experience. Be sure you select a client for this project who is NOT in a terminal phase of illness/condition. This first written assignment should be no more than 3 -4 pages. Include the following: Selection of Client and Background Information The client’s age, illness or condition, and general information about their family/significant others. Also include their gender, religion, and ethnic origin Medications being taken and possible side or adverse effects
September 9, 2019

Identify nursing implications associated with drug therapy and treatment of diseases of the urinary system

Identify nursing implications associated with drug therapy and treatment of diseases of the urinary system. What are the mechanism of actions of drugs that lowers intraocular pressure?
September 9, 2019

What are the effect of neuromuscular blocking agents on consciousness memory and the pain threshold?

What are the effect of neuromuscular blocking agents on consciousness memory and the pain threshold?
September 9, 2019

Using the medical terms that you have learned this week please explain the study results to your patient in layman’s terms.

You obtain the following studies: An ECHOCARDIOGRAM shows a thin LV wall, an enlarged LV, and severe hypokinesis of the septum and lateral wall of the LV. The visually estimated EF is 35%. There is mild mitral regurgitation and no other significant valvular abnormalities. There is a small, hemodynamically insignificant pericardial effusion. There is enlargement of the RV as well. There is no evidence of intracardiac shunting. A cardiac catheterization shows complete occlusion of the proximal Left Anterior Descending coronary artery. There is diffuse disease in the Circumflex Coronary Artery. The Left Main coronary artery has a 20% stenosis. There […]
September 9, 2019

How do you find out if the strain that infected the patient is is MRSA?

A 52-year-old man with chronic eczema was admitted to the Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong, with fever and chills. Before admission, he had been treated for infected eczematous lesions for several weeks with oral ampicillin, cloxacillin, and cefazolin. He had no history of hospitalization in the past 10 years, and none of his family members were healthcare workers. Examination showed an oral temperature of 40°C, blood pressure 95/55 mm Hg, and no audible murmur. Cellulitis in the left leg complicated his eczematous skin lesions. Chest radiograph showed right-middle-zone pneumonia. Neutrophilia (leukocytes 15.5 × 109/L, neutrophils 86%), thrombocytopenia (platelets 55 […]
September 9, 2019

When a hospital affiliate within regions why does it cause an increase in unnecessary duplication of facilities?

When a hospital affiliate within regions why does it cause an increase in unnecessary duplication of facilities? Give examples and explain why this duplication exists in the first place.
September 9, 2019

When hospitals affiliate within its region does one hospital put out the other?

When hospitals affiliate within its region does one hospital put out the other? What if the hospitals merge?
September 9, 2019

What necessarily happens to hospital bed numbers and time in a hospital sector when the generosity of insurance coverage increases?

What necessarily happens to hospital bed numbers and time in a hospital sector when the generosity of insurance coverage increases?
September 9, 2019

Why are renin levels increased during fluid deficit?

Why are renin levels increased during fluid deficit?
September 9, 2019

Why does decreased serum albumin result in edema?

Why does decreased serum albumin result in edema?