• References
    and Current Concerns. Retrieved from http://www.newfeminism.co/2012/03/my-sisters-keeper/ Wasserman, D. (2003). Philosophy and Public Policy Quarterly. Having One Child to Save Another: A Tale of Two Families, 23, 23. Retrieved from http://ippp.gmu.edu/QQ/Vol23_1-2.pdf Wolf, S., Kahn, J., &amp...
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  • Reastion
    leukemia and how she was conceived by in vitro fertilization to become a donor. The medical procedures she has been submitted since she was five years old to donate to her sister. Anna’s decides to go to court to force Anna to help her sister Kate and to donate Anna’s kidney to Kate. My sister’s keeper is...
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  • Process Recording
    her life. SS reported that her trigger was the diagnosis of cancer of her dog and because her sister was out of town. SS was put on 5150 hold-danger to self-which has ended and now currently on voluntary commitment. This is SS’s third suicide attempt. SS felt helpless and guilty and stated that she...
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  • Friedmans Assesment
    Indicators. Retrived November 11, 2010. Gulanick, M., Meyers, J. L., Klopp, A., Galanes, S., Gradishar, D., & Puzas, M. K (2003). Nursing care plans: nursing diagnosis and interventions (5th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby. Stanhope, M., Lancaster, J. (2008) Public Health Nursing; Population...
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  • Case Study Paper
    in believing that her mother and sister want to harm her and take her baby away from her. She also reports that her mother makes unhealthy foods to harm her and is cautious before eating. My first interaction with the client was in the day room, of Howard County General Hospital, during...
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  • doctor
    : my goal is met ,, baby SPO2 is 95% after 3 hours ,,, pink lips and fingers ,, with no complication of cyanosis. 2nd nursing diagnosis: Fluid volume deficit related to inadequate fluid intake , difficulty in swallowing as evidenced by dry skin, thirst, anorexia...
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  • Nursing Process and Its Clinical Application
    Jean Orlando in the late 1950's. It is an essential part of the nursing care plan and consists of five steps. They are: assessment, nursing diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation. The nursing process highlights the patient as the central character and is directed at improving outcomes for...
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  • Good Psyc Reads
    -mutilation, cosmetic surgery, and eating disorders among other things. Moorman, M. (1992). My sister's keeper: Learning to cope with a sibling's mental illness. NY: Penguin Books. A moving story of two sisters, one with schizophrenia, the other trying to care for her and at the same time cope with...
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  • Compare
    Compare and Contrast Essay Topic: My sister and I It has been said that many siblings are very similar; However my sister and I are nothing alike we are actually very different. When two people have the same blood type and genotype is not insured that you will be exactly the same. Having same...
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  • Lyme Disease
    ; Differential diagnosis- Influenza, Cellulitis, Arthritis. Nursing diagnosis- Acute pain related to muscle ache; Alteration in skin integrity related to “bull’s eye” patterned skin rash; Risk for activity intolerance related to fatigue; Risk for immobility; Self care deficit related to muscle weakness...
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  • An Understanding of Roy's Adaptation Theory
    The History of the Roy Adaptation Model The Roy Adaptation Model for Nursing had it's beginning with Sister Callista Roy entered the masters program in pediatric nursing at the University of California in Los Angeles in 1964. Dorothy E. Johnson, Roy's advisor and seminar faculty, was speaking at...
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  • Ovarian New Growth
    Sulfate. Nursing Management 5 Nursing Care Plan S.,M’s nursing diagnosis is alteration in comfort; acute pain related to post-op surgical wound as manifested by body weakness and irritable facial expresson. Patient’s appearance is pale and thin with generalized body weakness; her hair is well...
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  • Aspire
    Superintendent Nurse Govt. Homeo Medical Colleges Nurse Health Services 1 2400 1 1 1 1 1 1 2500 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 1 1 1 1 1200 1600 1600 1600 Page 1 Sheet1 Nursing Superintendent/Nursing Sister (European and Indian Sisters including Matron and Head Nurse)/Nursing...
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  • History of Nursing
    History of Nursing The topic of this paper is to identify historical events in nursing. This topic grasps my attention because I am on the track to become a nurse, and feel I need to know about the history of nursing. The purpose of this paper is to inform the reader about historical highlights...
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  • Ms Aka Multiple Sclerosis
    could say I come from a pretty healthy family. When I was nine we had what some would call a major health scare in the family my mother’s sister was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis). We didn’t really know what it was but she (my aunt) would fall without warning and eventually she was using a...
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  • Gestational Diabetes
    dystocia, fractures, nerve palsies, preeclampsia, preterm labor and Caesarian births (Serlin & Lash, 2009.) Diagnosis of GDM is made using a universal screening at 24-28 weeks, unless the patient has increased risk factors (as did my patient), in which case, the testing can be done at the initial...
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  • Diabetic Teaching Plan for Nurses
    to the pharmacy. Through my assessment, I found that her sister is a strong source of social support, so she should be consulted about the possibility of helping with picking up C.S.'s medications. The last possible barrier may be cost of the medication and syringes. I would asses the need for...
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  • Major Depressive Order
    unclear V. Global assessment of functioning 28 Family History J.T. stated that her parents, two brothers, and sister all live in Trinidad. Her nine year old son lives in New York with his father. According to the medical chart, J.T.'s mother, maternal aunt, and maternal uncle all had nervous...
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  • Everything
    Savior Siblings: A Case Study Based on My Sister's Keeper By Kari Kjos My Sister's Keeper, a bestselling novel by Jodi Picoult, poses many ethical issues, specifically on pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, "designer babies," savior siblings, and child vs. parent autonomy. To set up a discussion...
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  • Umbilical Hernia
    stage, a NANDA approved nursing diagnosis is Deficient Knowledge related to unknown expectations after surgery as evidence by the patient asking questions like, “What should I expect after the surgery?”, “How will my scar look?”, and “Will I be in severe pain?”. An appropriate outcome for this...
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