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Patient Initials: __OJ__ Date __3/27___
Age: 57______ Allergies:_NKA_________
57 year old Afrrican American female who was admitted for aggressive behavior attributed to schi
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND URBAN AFFAIRS
SCHOOL OF NURSING
CLINICAL WORKSHEET: NURSING PROCESS CARE PLAN
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Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Geriatric Nursing Care
Angelia F. Russell
University of Massachusetts Boston
This paper was prepared for Nursing 360, Section 06D, taught by Professor Peterson.
The geriatric patient population is not only increasing in numbe
This is a nursing care study of people with physical illness. For the purpose of this study a single patient’s care was focused on. The patients name is Adam and he is a middle aged man who is separated from his wife and lives with his mother. Adam is an alcoholic who was...
A case study evaluating the role and functions of the nurse and the effectiveness of nursing care within a rehabilitation context
In recent years there have been an increasing number of people requiring rehabilitation in the UK (Jester, 2007). Rehabilitation can be defined as “an...
J.D. is a 67 year old, African American male. He is currently single, living alone, and has one son that lives in New York. He is a family oriented man that has many family members that live locally. J.D.is religious and is currently a deacon in his local...
Geriatric Teaching Plan
Bryant and Stratton College
Nursing 222 Geriatrics
Geriatric Teaching Plan
Mr. R.D. is an eighty-year-old male. He currently resides at the Manor Care Rehabilitation/Nursing Center. Mr. D was admitted on January 5, 2010 for pneumonia. Mr. D has other medical history pr
Medical Diagnosis: hemorrhagic stroke (chief complaint brain bleeds)
Pathophysiology (include the definition, etiology & risk factors, and pathogenisis)
Stroke is the syndrome of acute focal neurologic deficit from a vascular disorder that injuries brain tissue. Risk factor are hypertension
wHaT IS CHRONIC HEaRT faIlURE?
Chronic heart failure (CHF) is a complex clinical syndrome that can result from any structural or functional cardiac or non-cardiac disorder that impairs the ability of the heart to respond to physiological demands for increased cardiac output. Chronic heart failure i
Public Awareness and Human Diseases
Congestive Heart Disease
By: Gwendolyn Wallace
Axia College University of Phoenix
Congestive Heart Disease
The term Congestive Heart Disease (congestive heart failure) is used to describe a situation in which the heart can no longer deliver blood to t
Heart Failure: A Broad Perspective
Fall Semester 2011
Jackson State University
Dion Porter- Instructor
Heart failure is one of the most prevalent diseases in the United States today. Heart failure affects more than 4.6 million people in the U.S. and there are 550,000 c
Fall 2011 Volume 6 No. 3
Addressing the needs of the Canadian COPD patient
FIGHTING FATIGUE: HOW TO INCORPORATE FATIGUE FIGHTING MEASURES . ............................5
TASTY AND LOTS OF FUN, BUT IT CAN BE VERY RISKY. ..................7 IS THAT YOU SNORING OR IS A FREIGHT TRAIN COMING? ....
Heart failure (HF), often called congestive heart failure (CHF) or congestive cardiac failure (CCF), occurs when the heart is unable to provide sufficient pump action to distribute blood flow to meet the needs of the body.
Heart failure can cause a number of symptoms including sho
Situation: Two patients in their 70s present to the office at different times today, each with documented heart failure: one diastolic and the other systolic, and both are hypertensive. First, discuss the difference between systolic and diastolic heart failure, providing appropriate pathophysiology.
The human heart is a muscular organ that is in the center of the thoracic cavity. Blood is circulated through the heart in a specific path. The superior and the inferior vena cava are the two large veins that return blood to the heart. The right atrium receives that blood and, upon...
Patient Teaching: Heart Failure
The registered nurse (RN) must be efficient in many roles, including that of teacher, advocate, and care provider. As a care provider it is the registered nurses’ responsibility to provide competent and effective...
Running head: NURSING TRANSFORMATION
Grand Canyon University
May 29, 2011
As the health care system trends toward a new approach to delivering care, the nursing profession mus
Your patient’s ECG shows depression S-T in leads V1–V2 and ST elevation in
Leads II, III, and AVF. You realize that this indicates:
Acute inferior infarction.
Acute Anterior infarction
Acute Lateral infarction
Acute inferior-Posterior infarction
The above ECG changes can be...