1.Your friend has an accident and there is chance the injury might cause pain over a prolonged period. How would you support your friend? What would you say and do to ease the pain, and why do you think it would work? 2.vestibular system If a person sustains loss of the vestibular receptors in one ear due to disease or trauma, what symptoms would the person suffer? Would the sysmptoms be permanrnt?
Jane Doe recently requested an accounting of disclosures for her hospital visits. When she receives the copy is upset and confused to see that her diagnosis of Syphilis was reporting the state health agency approximately 4 months ago. In her state, Syphilis is a reportable disease. The patient presents to hospital administration demanding that the report be retracted. The administrators listen, and then advise Jane to file a complaint with the privacy officer. Jane files the complaint with the hospital Privacy Officer, along with the OIG. 1. What are Jane’s legal rights? 2. What are the hospitals legal responsibilities to […]
What are some of the ways that new manufacturing plants in a port town might lead to new health challenges for the local area? What do you think the local policy makers’ priorities should be? In your response please indicate why you have given this answer and support your answer with research and examples.
The nurse is admitting a 68-year-old patient with a history of ovarian cancer to the medical unit. She had surgery 2 months ago and has had pain ever since the surgery. She reports that she has been taking oxycodone at home, but that the pain is “never gone” 1-The patient describes her pain as a 10 on a scale of 0-10, deep, occasionally cramping, and sharp or stabbing. She waves her hand over her chest and abdomen when asked to pinpoint the location of the pain, How should the nurse document this assessment of pain?