DIPRIVAN Injectable Emulsion is available in ready to use 20 mL infusion vials, 50 mL infusion vials, and 100 mL infusion vials containing 10mg/mL of propofol Dose recommendations: Although dose must be adjusted according to the results of suitable lab tests, the following dose schedules may be used as guidelines: Anesthesia Induction <55 years: 2-2.5 mg/kg until onnset >55 years: 1-1.5 mg/kg until onset Maintenance <55 years old: 0.1-0.2 mg/kg/min IV >55 years old: 0.05-0.1 mg/kg/min IV The hospital has infusion equipment capable of control up to 0.01 mL. If a patient 45 years old and 195 pounds is treated with Diprivan […]
That addresses types of health care organizational structure and how each type of structure impacts the process and effectiveness of change. Address the following: a) Why it is necessary for a health care organization to develop a strategic management model that addresses both the concept of change necessary for the growth and sustainability of the organization, and the processes of changing, that is, how does the organization go about accomplishing change? b) Differentiate between organizational change and transformational change. c) Where might an organization obtain examples of leadership models that have proven successful in today’s health care environment? d) Identify […]
Design an epidemiological study for the scenario below and provide at minimum the following information about your study. If one of the questions isn’t applicable to your study, respond N/A after the question.: Scenario A researcher wants to survey the prevalence of STIs among female college students at four universities. Two of these universities have large educational and outreach campaigns for sexual protection and testing, while the other two do not. Study type (observational or experimental) Study design (randomized trial, cohort, case-control, or cross-sectional) Study hypothesis Define your target population Describe how you will recruit or identify study participants to […]
(250 word minimum) Discussion Questions: Compare and contrast the different views of the five constituencies of healthcare delivery. Why is this important to know when conducting research or development in population health? What are the five segments of population health? Why is this important to know when conducting research or development in population health?
Which of the following are measures of risk? (Choose all that apply.) a) the incidence rate b) the prevalence of the disease c) the incidence rate multiplied by the average duration of the disease d) the mortality rate e) none of the above
Clinical Case Study: A 74 year old woman was admitted to a long-term care facility. Her son reported that, over the past year he has noticed his mother progressively having problems with her mental capacity. The changes have developed gradually but have gotten worse. He reports that at times she is alert and other times she has been disoriented, depressed, and tearful. She has been forgetting thins and doing things out of the ordinary. His neighbor found her down the street looking for his father who passed 2 years ago. Because her behavior has gotten worse and she has become […]
Martha is a 91 year old lady with progressive memory issues who fell and broke her hip. Her physician says it is very likely she will never walk again. Martha asks you if she will ever walk again and you pause before answering. You are not sure if you should answer, “You will not likely walk again considering the severity of the fracture” verses compassionately saying “It will take considerable work and fortunate healing for you to walk again”. The ethical principle at issue in this situation is: Question 6 options: Fidelity Fiduciary Responsibility Veracity Reciprocity