Importance of Training in Patient Evacuation In an emergency evacuation of patients, training plays an important role. Here is an incidence of emergency evacuation of Phillips County Regional Medical Center discussed by Vogt and Sorenson (1999): Shortly after 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 8, 1997, clouds of foul-smelling smoke began pouring from an herbicide and pesticide packaging plant in West Helena, Arkansas. An alert was sounded, employees evacuated, and the West Helena fire department was called. As three firefighters prepared to enter the plant, the chemical compounds exploded, collapsing a solid concrete block wall, and killing all three firefighters. As […]
Upon checkout, Benton seemed upset and stated he would not be returning to the physician for treatment and was not going to take the prescribed medication. which of the following course of actions would be appropriate for the ama
LOCATION: Outpatient,Hospital PATIENT: JuliaOlivia ORDERINGPHYSICIAN: RonaldGreen,MD RADIOLOGIST: MortonMonson,MD PELVIC TRANSABDOMINAL SONOGRAM AND ABDOMEN COMPLETE SONOGRAM HISTORY: Chronicabdominalpain PELVIC AND TRANSABDOMINAL STUDY: The uterus measures 7.1 3 4.7 3 3.3 cm. The endometrial stripe measures 0.6 cm in thickness. The right ovary measures 1.8 3 2.5 3 2.1 cm and the left ovary measures 2.5 3 1.2 3 2.3 cm. No obvious mass is noted in the adnexal regions, although there is a hypoechoic focus adjacent to the right ovary that does not demonstrate flow within it and may be due to small amount of free fluid surrounding it or is […]
Discuss several aspects of professional communication as it relates to the use of language in terms of form (e.g., clarity, accuracy) and content (culture and/or ethics). Cite the references you used to compose your response (from required readings).
One of the following codes was incorrectly reported for this case. Indicate the incorrect code. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Ferritin, 82728; Iron, 83540; Hemoglobin, 83051 ICD-10-CM DX: Anemia, D59.9 What is the INCORRECT CODE:
1.Your state has requested that your practice become a partner in their Emergency Medical Response Teams program. They have requested you provide an action plan for an Anthrax breakout where the state would supply your practice with the anthrax vaccine. Discuss your strategy for: patient care, staffing, and security. 2.Taking into consideration resources, staffing, and scheduling what is the most efficient workflow for a primary care practice?
Chromosomal Mutations Gene mutations can occur spontaneously or could be induced by exposure to chemicals or radiations. Mutations are of various types, ranging from point mutations to expanding repeats. Each mutation is classified by the way it alters the DNA. Types of Mutation A sentence made of three-letter words can provide an analogy to the effect of mutations on a gene’s DNA sequence. Normal THE ONE BIG FLY HAD ONE RED EYE Missense THE ONE BIG FLY HAD ONE RED EYE Nonsense THE ONE BIG Frameshift THE ONE QBI GFL YHA DON ERE DEY Deletion THE ONE BIG HAD ONE […]
Perform a complete head-to-toe assessment on one of your chosen participants. Your analysis should include the following: Topical headings to delineate systems. For any system for which you do not have equipment, explain how you would do the assessment. Detailed review of each system with normal and abnormal findings, along with normal laboratory findings for client age. An analysis of age-specific risk reduction, health screen, and immunizations. Your expectation of normal findings and what might indicate abnormal findings in your review of systems. The differential diagnosis (disease) associated with possible abnormal findings. A plan of care (including nursing diagnosis, interventions, […]