List which macronutrient(s) is being utilized. First punch within 3 seconds of starting the round Carbohydrates. A continuous flurry of jabs and fast moves lasting about 30 seconds after 1.5 minutes into the round Carbohydrates. During the last 30 seconds of a 3-minute round, while moderately moving around the ring Carbohydrates. Sitting on the stool in the corner of the ring during the 1-minute rest between rounds Fats.
1. Discuss the differences between the following statements: (A) “Don’t eat that rich ice cream if it always gives you a stomachache”; (B) “The lactose in ice cream and other dairy products may con-tribute to the stomach pain you often experience.” 2. Describe the ways in which paraphrasing can enhance the patient- HCP relationship. 3. Why is it important to not interrupt the patient in the middle of their history?
A 47-year-old man has morbid obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure. He seems to understand the regimen of medications the doctors have prescribed for him, and he seems to comply. However, he is having problems controlling his eating. He loves fast food,especially the triple cheeseburgers with bacon and chocolate milk-shakes from a local restaurant. What would be the appropriate tone to use with this patient? Explain your answer, providing examples. 2. A 35-year-old man, accompanied by his wife, has come for blood draws in the lab where you are a phlebotomist. The man tells you he is terrified of needles. […]
A 68-year-old woman has arrived for a scheduled abdominal com-puted tomography (CT) scan in the radiology department where you work as a tech. A part of the process of preparing the patient for the scan is to have her ingest a contrast agent in the form of a drink—sort of a pharmaceutical milkshake. She has had CT scans before and has consumed contrast, but she is convinced that since that last CT she has developed an allergy to the agent. She is terri-fied of the drink. She has no rational reason for believing she sud-denly has an allergy, and she […]
Briefly explain the difference between an assertive and an aggres-sive style of communication. 2 List three HCP-generated roadblocks to therapeutic communica-tion and explain why they are significant. Describe a clinical situa-tion in which such roadblocks may occur and explain how to resolve them. 3 List three patient-generated roadblocks to therapeutic communica-tion and explain why they are significant. Describe a clinical situa-tion in which such roadblocks may occur and explain how to resolve them.
How can a nurse demonstrate that they are sensitive to others’ needs (this can be a client, a family member, or friend) in terms of their response to and ability to deal with illness and achieve and maintain wellness. Be specific. Describe two attitudes and behaviors.