to get clinical experience with the Cardio and COPD care team. As the name implies most of the clients are Chronic Heart Failure (CHF), Chronic Obetsruticve Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and diabetes’s patients. During my first visit to the office after brief discussion with the agency manager I met my Cardio and CHF teams and had preliminary discussion on the main responsibilities and work program of the day. After twenty minutes discussion with my preceptor our team deployed to home health fieldwork.
Population [Your Name] Grand Canyon University: Family-Centered Health Promotion(NRS-429V) January 10, 2016 Health Promotion Among Black or African American Population The Center for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] (2015) notes that “Starting in 1997, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requires federal agencies to use a minimum of five race categories: White, Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, and Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
occurrence in the New Zealand context. There is a considerable amount of documentation outlining the causes and the effects on New Zealand society. This documentation highlights a concern that children number highly in the statistics. What follows is a brief outline of the incidence of burns in New Zealand and the pathological effects of burns on the human body in general, followed by how attending emergency crew would deal with a burn victim. ______________________________________________________________________
PART ONE Medical-Surgical Cases 1 1 Cardiovascular Cardiovascular Disorders Case Study 1 Heart Failure Difficulty: Beginning Setting: Emergency department, hospital Index Words: heart failure (HF), cardiomyopathy, volume overload, quality of life X Scenario M.G., a “frequent flier,” is admitted to the emergency department (ED) with a diagnosis of heart failure (HF). She was discharged from the hospital 10 days ago and comes in today stating, “I just had to come to the hospital today because I
My assessment of practice evidence for Term B is based on a case study of a particular patient during her perioperative journey from the ward before the surgery until she was ready to be sent back on the ward post operative on the 25th February, 2017. I followed a female patient who was having a surgical procedure called Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. Cholecystectomy is the removal of the gall bladder and usually performed as a day case procedure. The operaion is carried out under a general anaesthetics
Observation chart Progress notes Fluid balance chart Bowel chart Neurovascular chart Physio/ mobility chart Ref: Funnell, Rita, Koutoukidis, Gabrielle, Lawrence, Elsevier, Theory and Practice, Tabbner’s Nursing Care, Edn, 5E, 2009, ppg, 242-244 Activity 4.2 Cardiovascular system Define hypertension and arteriosclerosis? Hypertension is high blood pressure which exerts high strain on the blood vessel walls, arteries which causes the cardiovascular system to pump faster and harder
hospital. In order to abide by the Nursing Midwifery Councils Code of Conduct (NMC), throughout this assignment the patient will be referred to as ‘Patient Y’ this is ensure that her true identity remains private. The assignment will begin by giving a brief overview of the patients past medical history, including biological and psychological factors that could have exacerbated the illness, it will then conclude by explaining the condition in further depth, incorporating all relevant details to the case
assignment the author will discuss the pathophysiology of a myocardial infarction and will give an in-depth discussion of one central aspect of care and in this assignment the author has chosen the management of anxiety. Due to word restrictions a brief mention will be given to the other aspects of care. Ischaemia is a term which is used to describe the deficiency in blood supply to any part of the body. In ischaemic heart disease there is a deficiency in the blood supply to the heart muscle which