M.K. delivered a healthy female infant 2 hours ago. She had a midline episiotomy. It was her fifth pregnancy. She had an epidural block for her labor and delivery. She is now on the postpartum unit. 1. What in her initial assessment is important to note? (4 points) 2. During your assessment, you find her uterus boggy. What should you do? (2 points) 3. The patient complains of pain and discomfort in her perineal area. What will you do? (2 points)
12-7Thinking It Through Mikel Korsov is a recent graduate of a licensed practical nurse program. He has been hired to work in the pediatric ward at Samuelson Hospital. Mikel loves working with children and has a real talent for calming their fears and helping them cope with necessary procedures and medications. He finds, however, that he is physically exhausted at the end of each day. He has little energy left to do much more than drag himself home, eat whatever is available or quick to prepare, and then watch television until bedtime. Mikel weighs about 60 pounds more than the […]
WK-4-A-2: Please use APA format and list and site all sources and references: Past, Present, and Future: Medicare The U.S. created Medicare, a publically funded healthcare program, to assist people sixty-five years of age and older in obtaining healthcare services. Tasks: Summarize the legislation that introduced Medicare and the funding source for the program. Discuss some of the changes that have occurred in the Medicare program since its inception. Describe the demographics of the population covered by Medicare and identify the number of people in the U.S. covered by Medicare. Assess how changes in Medicare will affect the citizens and […]
Will a research-based, population specific diabetic education provided to the gestational diabetic women at the clinic increase the number of women who achieve an A1c less than 6 at the 90 day check compared to the number of women greater than 6 during July and August 2017? In 500-750 words (not including the title page and reference page), develop an evaluation plan to be included in your final evidence-based practice project. Provide the following criteria in the evaluation, making sure it is comprehensive and concise: 1. Describe the rationale for the methods used in collecting the outcome data. 2. Describe […]
Chapter 7 outlines 21 competencies in four areas that are required of individual team members to achieve effective teamwork. For each of the four areas, identify the competency you feel is most important and provide your rationale (4 paragraphs total). Compose your paper in MS Word. Patient focus Team orientation Collaboration Team management
The subject is nursing but it was no longer an option not sure why Scenario: M.K. delivered a healthy female infant 2 hours ago. She had a midline episiotomy. It was her fifth pregnancy. She had an epidural block for her labor and delivery. She is now on the postpartum unit. The nurse reviews the hospital security guidelines with M.K. The nurse points out that her baby has a special identification bracelet that matches a bracelet worn by M.K., and reviews other security procedures. Which statement by M.K. indicates a need for more teaching? “If I have a question about […]
D.K., a 72-year-old man, had a myocardial infarction (MI) 5 years ago. He has been diagnosed with classic (stable) angina. D.K. is prescribed acebutolol. His baseline vital signs are blood pressure 108/58; pulse 56 (at times irregular); and respirations 28. His past medication history includes asthma. What assessments should the nurse make while D.K. is taking acebutolol? Would another beta blocker, propranolol, be an appropriate medication for D.K.? How are these two beta blocker different. Explain your answer. How do beta blockers work to manage angina?