Design a 12 Week Exercise and Nutritional Guidance Program for the following case: Female, 49 years old VO2 MAX= 31 ml/kg/min BP: 130/85 Fasting Glucose: 99 mg/dl Right Sided low back pain LDL cholesterol: 110 mg/dl C-section Resting Heart Rate: 80 bpm Please provide rationale for your program. Word requirement: 200-250 words What is the disease risk classification for this client? What considerations will make when designing her program? Target exercise intensity What assessments will you use to gather baseline data?
Donna and David Ellis are 65 and 68 years old, respectively. They have been married for 2 years. Both were single widowers for quite a while, but never gave up on the idea of finding a partner. After reading so many ads, seeing commercials on TV, and being encouraged by family, they each joined an internet singles program. Within 3 months they met, and were married a year later. Donna has just started receiving Medicare benefits and her Social Security payment. She read through the material and discovered a program known as a “Welcome to Medicare” preventive visit and made […]
Jonathon is a 17-year-old senior in high school who has recently been seen, along with his parents, by a psychologist for family counseling. Counseling was mandated by the court after Jonathon and two friends vandalized some rural mailboxes. His parents do not approve of some of the friends Jonathon chooses. What developmental tasks are the adolescents pursuing? What topics/subjects might cause Jonathon and his parents to disagree? What suggestions/explanations might be given to Jonathon’s parents to help them understand what he is experiencing at this age, as well as how to improve their relationship with him?
New medical treatments, by strict definition, are not the “current medical practice.” Should a physician be immune from liability for harm suffered from a patient who is among the first to be treated in a new and innovative manner in which the potential risks have not been discovered? Discuss this and then report on a new and possibly innovative medical treatment (i.e., medication or medical procedure, diagnostic tests, etc.) where there exist uncharted waters about the possible outcome. Review carefully the Perez case and the Hardi case ( p 389) as a starting point and discuss in your paper how […]
Forty-nine-year-old Frank has been a heavy drinker for the past 25 years. He also has a history of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and recent upper respiratory viral infection. Frank’s only current medication is Lasix (furosemide) 40 mg od. He presents with severe epigastric pain that radiates to his back and worsens when lying down. His abdomen is distended, and bowel sounds are hypoactive. Frank has a fever and is diaphoretic and hypotensive, and his serum calcium is very low. In your initial post answer the following questions: Frank is being transferred to the ICU. If you were the ICU nurse, what would […]
1) Describe two guidelines that can be used to analyze an argument from an analogy. 2) Create your own analogy. Analyze your analogy argument to be weak or strong by identifying the premise-analogue, the conclusion-analogue, the similarities, and the differences.
Describe the role of each component of the ECG in the heart’s contraction: the P wave, the PR interval, the QRS complex, the ST segment, the T wave, and the QT interval. What is the difference between artifact and dysrhythmia? How can you reduce artifacts? What are some situations that can occur if artifact is not reduced or eliminated?
At one point in time, we had a mouse infestation in our house. There was construction going on in two old buildings close to where we lived and many of the mice moved into our house. We must have caught 20 mice before it was all done. Imagine 10 mice couples each having 5 babies. Then imagine these babies growing up and having their own children. This is the start of exponential growth. Patients sometimes will experience exponential growth with certain conditions in the medical field. Give an example of a potential exponential growth inside the patients body and what […]
Do Alan’s parents have the right to refuse blood transfusion based on their religious beliefs? Consider the five components of ethical energy. To what extent do you believe nurses possess those abilities? Explain your thinking.
Registered nurse was assigned to care for a 76-year-old patient who had a stroke. Upon entering the room, the nurse the patient surrounded by ID family members.The requested the family members leave the room so she conduct her initial assessment and perform any related treatments .They did so.The nurse provided care in a professional, unhurried, and gentle manner. As she was leaving, patient said,“Thank you.You are a wonderful nurse.” later, the nursing supervisor told her the patient told his family Members that the nurse had spoken harshly to him and had his arms.The family stated they would file a complaint […]