These are more nutrition related questions but nursing was the closest category, Emma, eight months old, was born at 32 weeks gestation with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and a heart murmur due to maternal alcohol abuse. She has lived with a foster mother, who would like to adopt her, since she was two months old. Emma has had multiple complications from her premature birth (e.g., needing to be tube fed via a nasogastric tube for the first eight weeks of life) that have necessitated the use of tubes in her nose and throat. This has resulted in an aversion to […]
‘Gattaca’ Viewing Worksheet What scene(s) struck you as particularly powerful? Why? What scene(s) did you find unnecessary? Why? What character(s) did you like? Why? What did you learn from them, and/or what drew you to their plight? What character(s) did you dislike? Why? What about them turned you off to their plight? This film presents a future world that aesthetically resembles the 1950’s. Why do you think the director chose to create a world of the future that is visually connected to the past? What does this movie say about class issues in our society? What is the ultimate lesson […]
Case: The Employee Retention Commitee meeting Perform a detailed critique of the employee retention commitee meeting. List the occurances or ommions that you believe indicate faulty commitee practice, and state why you believe so and what should have been done differently.
_____23. This type of diuretic primarily reabsorbs sodium and chloride in the loop of Henle and proximal and distal tubules. a. Mannitol b. Loop diuretics c. Thiazide diuretics d. K+ sparing diuretics _____24. This drug has better bioavailability compared to gabapentin a. Tizidine b. Lorazepam c. Baclofen d. Pregabalin _____25. This is the first line drug for acute gout a. Corticosteroids b. Chloroquine c. NSAIDs d. Coxibs _____26. This has the very little anti inflammatory effect or none at all. a. Coxibs b. Acetaminophen c. ASA d. t-NSAIDs _____27. This drug inhibits xanthine oxidase in the use for acute gout […]
_____30. This traditional NSAID may also be used for moderate to severe pain and as an alternative for opioid therapy a. ketorolac b mefenamic acid c. indomethacin d. naproxen _____31. This traditional NSAID has no clear advantage over other NSAIDs and frequently causes GIT symptoms a. ketorolac b. mefenamic acid c. indomethacin d. naproxen _____32. This drug is COX 2 selective. a. ketorolac b. mefenamic acid c. indomethacin d. celecoxib _____33. This drug is a cardio protective agent and used as a maintenance drug. a. mefenamic acid b. paracetamol c. aspirin d. celecoxib _____34. All of the following are true […]
_____36. This phase in drug elimination uses a polar group a. Phase I b. Phase II c. Phase III d. Phase IV _____ 37. The process in which the drug is reabsorbed from the liver circulation is called a. Bioavailability b. First pass effect c. Enterohepatic circulation d. Recirculation _____ 38. All are included in the components of drug receptor interaction except: a. Receptors largely determine the quantitative relations between dose of drug and pharmacologic effects. b. Receptors are responsible for selectivity of drug action. c. Receptors mediate the actions of both pharmacologic agonists and antagonists. d. Receptors mediates the […]
How can you explain the relationship between the standardized representation of health information and the delivery of care to improve patient health? Please explain in details the relationship between them.
Assignment: The student will select an health care problem, an issue of concern in the health arena.( You can select a bill that is in the state house or national congress for consideration, the bill can be located through internet source) 1. Write a letter to your state senator or congressman (woman) to support your position on your selected health policy issue. Your letter will be submitted as this assignment and should be comprehensive, professional and written in such a way that it can be sent on to your representative. This should be succinct so that it will be read […]