Develop an Elevator Speech response to the question: -What do you intend to do as a healthcare leader? Write: 1. a problem question, up to 25 words 2. A noddable (an inspirational or wise quote that is catchy and agreeable, up to 20 words 3. Finish with a curiosity statement, up to 30 words In developing the elevator speech consider the following questions: -What motivates you to be a leader in healthcare? -How will your backgrounds or abilities influence you as a leader? -What areas of impact interest you most as a future leader
Mrs. Smith is an 84 year old women living in a nursing care facility. She has a history of heart failure and atrial fibrillation. Her medications are daily aspirin and coumadin. Normally she is alert and able to accomplish most of ADLs independently. This morning the nurses aide came to check on Mrs Smith because shem did not come to breakfast. Mrs Smith was still in bed. She was leaning to her right side and had drooling from the courner of her mouth. She was unable to respond to verbally and the right side of her body was paralyzed. An […]
ekg interpretation : What is the physiological implication of the presence of P waves that are not seperated or blending with QRS complexes ? Describe the physiological implications of not having R waves. Provide one example of an associated arrythmia.
blood pressure : What are the effects of exercise on systemic Blood Pressure? , emphasize the changes in systolic and diastolic pressures, respectively. What are the specific physiological factors underlying these changes? list at least 3 factors to support answer.
In an EKG the length of a cycle is typically represented by the R-R interval, and the heart rate= 1/ cycle length . If the heart rate is 95 beats per minute(1 beat/0.8 sec) what does this indicate about the length of the cycle? Does a longer cycle signify a slower heart rate ?