Assume that you measure the blood pressure in a patient’s arm and find the systolic/diastolic blood pressure to be 120⁄80 mmHg. Then, you ask the patient to raise her arm and measure the blood pressure again. What systolic and diastolic blood pressures would you expect to see? Assume that the cuff is approximately 1 ft above the heart when you make the measurement.
Contact the state representative for HIE(Health information exchange)), What can you do as a MSN to be part of improving the HIE and look for successful examples of HIE in your state. If you cannot find anything in your state look to another state for examples. Compare and contrast your findings and post a summary of your experience.
1. What are some warning signs that would indicate the client is having difficulty moving through the grieving process? 2. What nursing interventions should one consider in the care of a grieving client?
Elaborate on the following functions of proteins in the body: Structural materials, enzymes, hormones, fluid & nitrogen balance, acid-base balance, transportation, antibodies, energy & glucose, and other roles.