List risk factors for coronary heart disease, and identify possible interrelationships among the factors. For example; a woman over 55 years of age is also at risk for diabetes; a person with diabetes is more likely to have hypertension.
1.What is Metabolic Stress? 2.Explain why ketones are not produced during Metabolic Stress. 3.Without the use of ketones, how does the body produce energy? 4.Name the two protein deficiency /malnutrition and explain how these deficiencies occur. 5. Name the branched chain Amino Acids.
Discuss priorities when caring for a patient having the various types of surgery (proctocolectomy, total colectomy) for ulcerative colitis. Discuss the management of a patient postoperatively who has had a bowel resection and descending colostomy.
Identify priority-nursing interventions in the case of postoperative complications for a patient undergoing an esophagogastrostomy. How do these interventions align with postoperative care given to other surgical patients?
A woman who is gravida 2, para 2, is Rh negative and her partner is Rh positive. Her first child was Rh negative. She has just given birth to an Rh positive infant. Her indirect Coombs test is positive. Her infant’s direct Coombs test is also positive. Is she a candidate for RhoGAM? Explain.
1-Describe the prevalence of CVD and the development of coronary heart disease beginning with the process of atherosclerosis. 2-What are the risk factors associated with this ,and what can you do to prevent them from occurring?
Why are respirators used in the healthcare or other environments? What airborne hazards are? What are PPEs and how they are used? What’s the proper use of respirators in healthcare or other settings? In what situations are respirators used? What are the two types of respiratory hazards, and how can healthcare or other workers are exposed to respiratory hazards?