ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS DON’T ANSWER IF YOU CANT ANSWER ALL I NEED THEM WELL EXPLAINED THANKS D.K. comes to the clinic with complaints of “dizzy spell and wheezing” His blood pressure is 86/50, pulse 46, and respirations 30. His acebutolol was stopped, and diltiazem, was ordered. What are the correlations between D.K.’s dizziness, wheezing, and vital signs and propranolol? Explain your answer. In what ways could diltiazem benefit D.K and what other drug regimen might be helpful to D.K.? What are the advantages and disadvantages of calcium channel blockers? What are the nursing considerations and teaching for patients taking calcium […]
ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS DON’T ANSWER IF YOU CANT ANSWER ALL I NEED THEM WELL EXPLAINED THANKS 1.) The patient is to be discharged on a mixed-dose regimen for insulin. She is to receive 10 units regular insulin and 18 units NPH insulin before breakfast and another 5 units regular insulin and 12 units NPH at dinnertime. a.) What should the nurse discuss with this patient about diabetes, insulin, and illness? b.) What can this patient do to prevent future emergency episodes? 2.) when a laissez-faire style would be effective in nursing or leadership positions?
Pick a policy you have heard about in the media, and answer the following questions. What is the policy problem the policy is trying to address? What is the solution the policy is attempting to resolve? What is the intention of the policy? What are the goals of the policy? Do you think this policy will have any unintended consequences? What would those be?
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 […]
Case study Sherrie is a community services worker and the organisation she works for provides physical assistance to children living with a disability. As part of Sherrie’s role she must comply with the ethical and legal requirements of her workplace. Since working for this organisation Sherrie has had to deal with several unresolved conflict situations, has observed breaches in standard procedures and been faced with complicated situations that required her to make ethical decisions regarding potential conflicts of interest. One of the major problems encountered by Sherrie (and the others with whom she works) is a lack of funding, which […]
In the book “Patient Safety for Health Professionals”, it states, “While I worked as a dental assistant, I learned a lot about what goes on “behind the scenes” in a dental office. I do not think this office was unusual. There was drama, frustration, and a lot of work that needed to get done. Most of us had multiple duties every day. For example, the manage might double as an assistant if we were in a bind, or an assistant might take over the managerial duties and have to order supplies. Temporary employees, both dentists and assistants, were called in […]