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October 8, 2019

Visit the Center for Disease Control Emerging Infectious Disease website.

Visit the Center for Disease Control Emerging Infectious Disease website. Choose one journal, article, or case study and explain the type of research design that was used in this study. Summarize your source, and be sure to include an explanation of the following questions in your response: Is it evident that primary, secondary, or meta-analysis was used? What role did surveys play, if any? Explain. Were there any flaws or discrepancies in the data? Why or why not?
October 8, 2019

Draw out a Concept map for the following. Ms. S is a 64 year-old retiree who was admitted to the hospital for an emergency splenectomy following a fall.

Draw out a Concept map for the following. Ms. S is a 64 year-old retiree who was admitted to the hospital for an emergency splenectomy following a fall.   Her medical history includes: Type II diabetes for the past 10 years, hypothyroidism, atrial fibrillation, and obesity.   Until her fall, she had not had any problems related to her spleen.   Her mother was also a diabetic and all of her siblings have atrial fibrillation.   Medications: Synthroid, Metformin, atenolol, and a baby aspirin a day. It is now three days post op and the large abdominal wound from her surgery is red and […]
October 8, 2019

Perhaps one of the most heated debates in healthcare ethics centers around the topic of abortion.

Perhaps one of the most heated debates in healthcare ethics centers around the topic of abortion. Both the ethics and the legality of partial-birth abortions have been scrutinized in recent years. Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research and read at least two articles on court decisions that affect partial-birth abortions. Based on your readings and research, answer the following questions: What are the arguments for abortion and against abortion? Give one example of arguments for each side based on a healthcare professional’s codes of ethics of your choice. How do the court decisions discussed in the […]
October 8, 2019

1. Gastroenteritis can be caused by inhaling certain bacteria or viruses.

1. Gastroenteritis can be caused by inhaling certain bacteria or viruses. a. true b. false 2. A tennis player complains of dry mouth and excessive thirst and begins to vomit. You detect that her breath smells sweet and fruity. She is likely to be experiencing which of the following conditions? a. insulin reaction b. adverse stimulant reaction c. ketoacidosis d. gastroenteritis e. heatstroke 3. Creatine use by adolescents has been shown to have positive long-term effects. a. true b. false 4. How is stimulant use potentially dangerous to an athlete? a. It elevates the heart rate. b. It causes shallow […]
October 8, 2019

Part I: Negligence Liability Negligence, which is often an unintentional action, occurs when a person either performs or fails to perform an action that a reasonable professional person would or would not have performed in a similar situation (Fremgen, 2012).

Part I: Negligence Liability Negligence, which is often an unintentional action, occurs when a person either performs or fails to perform an action that a reasonable professional person would or would not have performed in a similar situation (Fremgen, 2012). When a person is injured, they sue under tort law (“a wrongful act against another person”). The unintentional tort of negligence is the most often cause of lawsuits for healthcare professionals (Fremgen, 2012). Charges of negligence against a physician or other healthcare professional arise because the patient or family is not happy with the outcome of the treatment or procedure […]
October 8, 2019

Part II: Risk Management in Health Care Risk management is a practice used to control or minimize the incidence of problem behavior that might result in injury to patients and employees, and ultimately, it becomes a liability for the physician/employer (Fremgen, 2012).

Part II: Risk Management in Health Care Risk management is a practice used to control or minimize the incidence of problem behavior that might result in injury to patients and employees, and ultimately, it becomes a liability for the physician/employer (Fremgen, 2012). A key factor in risk management is to identify problem behaviors and practices in an organization such as a hospital or medical office. A plan of action is then put into practice to eliminate these problem behaviors. Accordingly, respond to the following questions: •What is the role of risk management and corporate compliance programs in a health care […]
October 8, 2019

1. Your center is showing signs of dehydration.

1. Your center is showing signs of dehydration. He weighed 270 pounds before practice and now, after practice, he weighs 264. How many ounces of fluid must he drink to regain the weight that he lost through sweating? a. 54 b. 72 c. 90 d. 118 e. 144 2. Fractures can be caused by a lightning injury. a. true b. false 3. Which of the following is not recommended for an athlete suffering from severe hypothermia? a. Monitor pulse and circulation. b. Send for emergency medical assistance. c. Remove cold and wet clothes, and vigorously massage the athlete’s body. d. […]
October 8, 2019

1. A hurdler trips over a hurdle, falls on her hands, and stands up screaming and holding her forearm.

1. A hurdler trips over a hurdle, falls on her hands, and stands up screaming and holding her forearm. The lower third of her forearm is angled oddly and twisted down. She has tingling in her fingers and cannot make a fist, though the skin color in her hand and fingers is normal. First, you should a. call for emergency medical assistance b. splint the forearm and hand c. splint the elbow and forearm d. apply ice e. apply a sling 2. An acute shoulder injury is more likely to occur while playing football than playing softball. a. true b. […]
October 8, 2019

Legal issues in health care include violation of patient privacy laws and regulations, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA);

Legal issues in health care include violation of patient privacy laws and regulations, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); issues related to Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement requirements; negligence or malpractice issues; and violation of the employment law for medical staff, independent contractors, and others. Review the following: •The health care law and you. (n.d.). HealthCare. Retrieved from www.healthcare.gov/law Review the legal guidelines and principles for your state. Explain the changes the Affordable Care Act will make to HIPAA, Medicare, and Medicaid reimbursement requirements. By conducting adequate research, describe the overall impact the law will have on […]
October 8, 2019

How do one write a Term Paper on the topic After surgery the patient must decide to have therapy for 8 weeks what is best place for healing to go the choice is HOME CARE or REHABILITIES HOME CARE CENTER?

How do one write a Term Paper on the topic After surgery the patient must decide to have therapy for 8 weeks what is best place for healing to go the choice is HOME CARE or REHABILITIES HOME CARE CENTER? any support is heplful Thanks