Mary is diagnosed with anemia. Develop a decision tree for determining whether this anemia may be due to insufficient intakes or bioavailability of vitamins B6, B12, or folate. Include additional biochemical tests that will be done to confirm your diagnosis.
Propose a nursing diagnosis and suggest interventions that address the major health risks identified from the risk assessment (homelessness and mental illness). In your care plan, include a list of disasters that may affect the aggregate and a disaster management plan.
You are measuring vital signs On a new patient who was recently admitted to the unit. the patients room has no sphygmomanometer on the wall. the nursing assistant has the only portable sphygmomanometer. what would you say to her to solve your problem? nursing
Discuss disparities related to ethnic and cultural groups relative to low birth weight infants and preterm births. Describe the impact of extremely low birth weight babies on the family and on the community (short-term and long-term, including economic considerations, on-going care considerations, and co-morbidities associated with prematurity). Identify at least one support service within your community for preterm infants and their family. Provide the link for your colleagues to view. Does the service adequately address needs of this population? Explain your answer.
1. Post a brief explanation of one common self-perception, one behavior, and one mental health issue for the age group you selected. Then, explain strategies for mitigating each issue that promote good self-perception, positive behavior, and mental wellness in this age group. Explain how you might educate parents on implementing these strategies with their children. Finally, suggest resources that you might recommend to parents for additional education and or support. 2. Jean watson and florence nightingale : Nurse patient relationship and what constitutes good action for that patient.