2.)A. The patient who is unconscious has decreased mobility so the signs and symptoms could be constipation, blood clots, skin ulcers, muscle wasting, anxiety, edema and reconditioning. https://www.itriagehealth.com/#!/conditions/immobility-lack-of-movement-380 .The patient who has the history of alcoholism could be constipated, dehydrated because of electrolyte imbalances and inability to have effective therapy.
3.)A. The physical signs I would anticipate to see because of the patient’s cigarette smoking history relating to the skin would be wrinkles, dry, greyish, and wasted in appearance. Halitosis (bad breath) and stained teeth and gums are perhaps the best known and most obvious effects of smoking. Tobacco use increases the risk of periodontitis, which results in swollen gums, bad breath and may cause tooth decayeeth to fall out. http://ash.org.uk/files/documents/ASH_115.pdf
B.) Cigarette smoking can create aAcidosis. Smoking decreases the body's ability to absorb minerals and other nutrients, decreases the energy production in the cells, decreases its ability to repair damaged cells, decreases its ability to detoxify heavy metals, allows tumor cells to thrive and creates