Case Study – Mr Smith Introduction: Countless of different patients come to seek healthcare and advice for a variety of reasons including certain signs and symptoms they feel that their health is threatened by. It is a crucial skill that health practitioners have a working knowledge of different pathologies patients can present with to direct the patient appropriately towards the correct diagnosis and thus, prescribe the most effective treatment in return. Mr Smith is a 63-year-old male suffering
step analysis (Walker & Avant, 2011). In this analysis, the reader will find the definition and application of nurse coach as it applies to the healthcare literature. Defining attributes are discussed to provide a framework for the analysis. Various cases are identified to demonstrate examples of what nurse coaching is and is not. Empirical referents are discussed to demonstrate how the term nurse coach is measured. Lastly, a definition of nurse coach is provided along with the results of this analysis
Cardiovascular Case Study Mr. Smith is a 56-year-old Caucasian man who is being evaluated in the emergency room with progressively worsening chest pain that began 2 hours ago. The patient describes the pain as pressure in the center of his chest. He rates his pain 7/10. He reports the pain is now radiating down his left arm and through to his back, he is diaphoretic, and complaining of shortness of breath. He denies nausea or vomiting. Mr. Smith reports no previous history of chest pain or pressure
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