Case Description: We present a case of 51-year-old male who presented to emergency room with complaints of typical chest pain.
Sandra Bland’s Injustice When I first heard about Sandra Bland’s story, my heart broke immediately. No, I did not know her personally but I had the thought that, that could have been me. On July 13, 2015 social media, the news and the internet were booming with information about the death of Sandra Bland. Sandra Bland was arrested on July 10, 2015 for a minor traffic violation in Hempstead, Texas while she was on the way to accept her new job at Prairie View A&M. Three days later Bland was found hanged in her jail cell in Waller County, Texas. The county coroner classified her death as a suicide, although many believe that she was murdered by one of the officers. Until this day we still question, “What really happened to Sandra Bland?” This incident has affected not only me but others as well.
Demographic Narrative Anna Stork is a 72-year-old white female who was diagnosed with congestive heart failure 2 years ago. She has periodic exacerbations of CHF requiring numerous hospital admissions in the last six months. She has been followed by the Medical Center of Trinity Hospital cardiologist, Dr. D. Patel since the diagnosis. Anna’s past medical history is significant for anterior MI approx. 5 years ago, stent implanted, atrial fibrillation, arthritis, IAD and pacemaker implanted, and CHF. Her surgical history includes; stent, IAD, and pacemaker implanted. She denies any allergy history.
Respiratory: SEE HPI Cardiac: Mrs. Elliot states she has experienced chest pain 5-6 times starting three weeks ago when she is Short of breath. The pain she said is on the left side of chest and describes is as sore and uncomfortable. Additionally, the patient has experienced palpitations the past few weeks and is positive for peripheral edema. Denies redness, cyanosis, jaundice, flushing.
In this essay I will discuss Glaucon’s defence of injustice, which he presents to Socrates in book 11 of Plato’s The Republic. For the purposes of this paper, I will focus on the overriding theme in Glaucon’s argument; that we are only just for the sake of consequences and will
A young African American was accused of murdering an elderly man last winter at a Christmas parade. The young man stated that the elder had offended his little sister by insulting her. The young man got disturbed and decided to stab the elder to death.
194-195). The fourth nursing diagnosis that pertains to her is anxiety related her inability to breath adequately without support, the unknown outcome, her inability to speak from intubation, a change in the environment, a change in health status, and her not having insurance, and this is evidenced by restlessness, being unable to sedate her, and her uncooperative behavior(Gulanick & Myers, 2014, p. 416). The last nursing diagnosis for this patient is risk for decreased cardiac output related to her mechanical ventilation (Gulanick & Myers, 2014, p.
The public and the healer believes that Erick was possessed by the devil. The mother highlights that the boy’s condition seems to worsen when she read from the Bible. After she received guidance from a healer, an exorcism was performed and she was advised to go to church and pray for two days. Subsequently, she returns to the healer and the exorcist was not able to contact the devil and they believed that this meant the devil left Erick’s body. I understand why they believed that the devil was present, especially since Erick’s eyes rolled up into his head and this hands began to shake when his mother read from the Bible. However, since I do not believe that demons can take over the human body, I agree with the priest and feel that Erick’s
In the novel, 12 Years a Slave, by Solomon Northup, the African American story is told of the injustices of America. Since then, the Black community has evolved significantly. However, many must still fight for fairness in a land where equality should be a given. How, in
This is 51 year old AAF. Patient is here complaining of several issues as listed. Patietn reports for the past several days she had increased SOB at rest, non-productive cough, adiouble wheezes. Patient denies chest pain, N/V/ D. Patient is a current tobacco user wit 20 pack year hisotyr. Denies
Terrell Copes’ mother called me this morning and disclosed an incident where he punched his mother’s face repeatedly this past Friday. According to his mother, while both of them were running errands, Terrell wanted to withdraw the money from the bank and became increasingly agitated when mother told him to
A country rife with injustice and inequality is presented in To Kill A Mockingbird, established over decades of inculcated notions and false preconceptions -- but it’s shown to be progressively improving due to awareness and cognizance based on personal experience and education, leading into the tolerance and acceptance that is predominantly present in modern day society. The trial of Tom Robinson illustrates the inequitable views and latent hatred based on race; the impact it has is prominently negative — but it also acts as a key event that has an hard hitting significance in Maycomb — enlightening some to the prejudice and partiality in their community and way of life. In today’s world, instances of police brutality and widespread racial
Chief Complains: “My chest hurts, and I am hard to breathe” History of Present Illness: Mr. XXXX is a 44 years old Caucasian male, a general construction worker who works on a nearby highway for the bridge project, and checked in this urgent care center for complaining of chest pain and shortness of breath (SOB). The chest pain is constant dull and pressure like pain, and started 3 hours ago. The pain is located on the center of chest. He rates the pain 4 out of 10 on a pain scale 0 to 10 while resting. The pain gets worse and increases after eating. He experienced increased chest pain and SOB with simple walking from the parking lot to this office. The pain was not resolved with taking PO 365mg of Aspirin 2 hours ago and resting. He was diagnosed with hyperlipedemia 10 years ago. He is taking medication to manage his high cholesterol level. He denies past history of chest pain, hypertension, and coronary artery disease. He denies any history of heart surgery or cardio artery bypass surgery. He is anxious and fearful for his first chest and SOB. He smokes a half pack a day for past 20 years. He drinks one bottle of bear every evening with meals. He denies taking any herbal medication or illicit drugs. He has been a good appetite. He reported 20 lbs weight gain since his retirement from military. He has an irregular meal time and does not exercise as much as he used to do in the military.
Case Study 1 – MI/ACS (Acute coronary syndrome) Ryan Rindlisbacher and Danielle Gossett 1/14/15 Assignment finished below following case information Patient is a 45 yo male; 5’7”, 221 lbs who entered the emergency room at 6:30 am on 9/7/14 with severe chest pain (onset at 6:00 am) radiating to his arm, L arm numbness and nausea and vomiting. Past medical history reported by wife includes peptic ulcer, tobacco use (1-2ppd for 27 years), elevated blood pressure (controlled by lopressor). Wife did not know of any family history but reports patient’s father is deceased, died at 42 in his sleep. Mother alive and with high blood pressure.
Is it better to suffer injustice than to commit injustice? Or is it better to bully or to be bully. Many would choose to be the bully because who wants to be picked on. In reality, to be the good person is always best choice. Why is that? According to Plato it is better to suffer injustice than to commit injustice, and I agree with it. Because the person who commits’ injustice is not happy and won be happy however the person who suffers injustice can be happy because doe s not carry with guilt.