As a nurse who is taking care of patients with mood disorders, what are the significant nursing implications if patient/patients is/are taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAO), serotonin -epinephrine uptake inhbitors (SNRIs) and tricyclic antidepressant (TCA)?
Please provide a brief, but thorough answer to the following question: Since you have completed the modules of this course, how would you now define health, public health, and global health? Why is it important that we study such a topic?
Please provide a brief, but thorough answer to the following question: Describe each of the 3 levels of care (primary, secondary, and tertiary) and give 3 examples of health care services for each that would apply to a low-income country.
Please provide a brief, but thorough answer to the following question: Why is it important to develop a vaccine for HIV? (Hint: discuss the cost and consequences of HIV as well as how a vaccine could help).
A child has been admitted to the hospital with fever of unknown origin ( fuo ). The pediatrician orders cefaclor 20 mg/ kg daily q8h po. The child weighs 32 lbs. The label reads 187 mg/ 5ml. How many ml contain this dose.
J.L is a 28-year-old female patient is admitted to the oncology unit with a diagnosis of suspected Hodgkin’s disease. The diagnosis is confirmed after a biopsy. J.L. is started on treatment, which consists of colony stimulating factors (CSFs) and chemotherapy. Colony stimulating factors (CSF) are one type of biologic response modifiers (BRMs). What are BRMs and why are they given to patients with cancer? What are CSFs? How are they useful to patients undergoing cancer treatment? What would indicate a need for erythropoietin-stimulating agent like epoetin alpha? What are the nursing interventions, side effects, and patient teaching for this medication? […]