2. Identify potentially harmful situations. Functional Ability-Different Sleeping Disorders-Safety Hypersomnia- affected individuals obtain sufficient sleep at night but still cannot stay awake. Can be caused by medical conditions such as damaged CNS, kidney, liver or metabolic disorders such as diabetic acidosis and hyperthyroidism. Narcolepsy- excessive daytime sleepiness caused by lack of chemical hypocretin in the CNS that regulates sleep. Sleep apnea- frequent short breathing pauses during sleep. (10 seconds-2 minutes). Occurs during REM or NREM. Bruxism- clenching and grinding of teeth. Occurs during stage II NREM sleep. Enuresis- Bed-wetting during sleep. Occurs in children over 3 years in NREM stages 3 and 4. Periodic limb movements- legs jerk twice or three times per minute in sleep. Mostly due to restless leg syndrome. Sleep taling- talking during sleep. Occurs in NREM before REM sleep. Somnambulism- sleepwalking. Occurs in stage 3 and 4 of NREM sleep, 1 to 2hrs after falling asleep. Mobility Ambulating patients-interventions to promote patient safety 4. Perform identified skills to promote patient safety. Functional Ability Sleep Disorders across the lifespan-Evaluation of Effectiveness/non-effectiveness of interventions/treatments Functional Ability-Sleep Disorders across the lifespan-Patient Teaching (multiple questions) Functional Ability-Normal Sleep patterns across the lifespan-Patient Teaching Newborns- 16-18 hrs .irregular schedule with periods of 1-3 hrs spent awake. Infants-14-15 hrs.. Toddlers- 12-14 hrs of sleep recommended for children 1-3 years. Most nee afternoon naps. Preschoolers- 3-5 years. Require 11-13 hrs of sleep. School-age children. 5-12 years. Require 10-11 hrs of sleep. Adolescents- 12-18 years. Require 9-10 hrs of sleep. Adults- need 7-9 hrs Mobility Promoting health across the lifespan including during pregnancy-Patient Teaching (multiple questions) Mobility Disorders affecting mobility across the lifespan-Interventions to promote mobility Mobility Disorders affecting mobility across the lifespan-Interventions preventing worsening of mobility Mobility Interventions to prevent workplace injuries (multiple questions) Mobility ROM (passive and active) for all joints Active ROM- Isotonic exercises. Each joint in body moves with complete range movement, maximally stretching all muscle groups within each plane over joint. These exercises are done by the client. Passive ROM exercise- another person moves each of the clients joins trhough its complete range movements. Client does not contract muscles maintaining flexibility but not muscle strength. Mobility Bed-bound patients-Assessment of complications and interventions to prevent complications (multiple questions) Nutrition Patient Teaching-Nutrition for patients across the lifespan Nutrition NG tube assessments (multiple questions) Nutrition Different types of diets-Know what a patient can or cannot have for each Nutrition USDA Dietary Guidelines-Patient teaching Nutrition Vitamins and Minerals across the lifespan-Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Iron, Thiamine, Riboflavin (know the recommendations for these) Skin Integrity interventions to prevent complications of the bed-bound patient (Multiple questions) Skin Integrity Personal Hygiene-Interventions and teaching Bathing Bed bath across the lifespan-Interventions Nutrition
Josey (client) is a 28 years old separated single mother, living with her two children, Sam Aimes (15) and Karen Aimes (10). She separated from her husband Don, because he was beating her very brutally. Josey’s parents did not trust about her character because she became pregnant when she was teenager and so many people had sex forcefully with her. Nobody knows even Sam’s father’s name. Karen is the daughter of Josey and Don. Because she had separated from her husband, now she did not have any sources…
in Year One you will be required to submit three case studies at module ten. The learning outcomes and construction of the case study should follow the Chrysalis Marking and Grading Guidelines that have been supplied to you. The length of the case studies should be within 10% of the word count of 2000 words per case study (not including the screeds). Case studies are a very important part of your final diploma. Case studies should only be done on the issues that you have covered in the year. They…
The Crook of Case 95336
The woods smelled crisp in the summer air, the shades of green attacked the senses of the hunters in mid 1980. As they creep through the woods in search of squirrels the underbrush sways in the summer breeze. The hunters close in on a squirrels nest and suddenly stop. The horror is clear when they see the naked body of a girl, not breathing. Kelly Drew was nineteen years old and had just graduated from beauty school. Her body was beginning to decompose in the humid air of…
submicroscopic abnormalities. We found the
prevalence of chromosome abnormalities in women facing a single sporadic miscarriage to be 45% (95% CI: 38–52;
13 studies, 7012 samples). The prevalence of chromosome abnormalities in women experiencing a subsequent
miscarriage after preceding recurrent miscarriage proved to be comparable: 39% (95% CI: 29–50; 6 studies 1359
samples). More chromosome abnormalities are detected by conventional karyotyping compared to FISH or
MLPA only (chromosome region speciﬁc techniques)…
business policy. Decision-making aids and tools are utilized in the process. A broad spectrum of problems will be presented to students for study and for solving.
Prerequisites: This course if offered in a student’s final semester.
Learning Outcomes/ Competencies:
Students successfully completing this course will be able to:
Read and analyze case studies for real organizations
Provide recommendations based on information from the readings as well as previous classes taken.
Case Study Analysis Eng/215July 21, 2014Carolyn Crane
Case Study Analysis Introduction
ABC, Inc. hired Carl Robins as the new campus recruiter in early April. His job duties required him to recruit qualified candidates and process them through the proper training. Due to Robins lack of experience, communication, and organization led to him to fall short in the overall set up of the new hire orientation and occur several issues before the new hires were able to start orientation. Prioritizing in…
ETHICS IN MARKETING MINI-CASE STUDIES
Read the 4 mini-cases below. For each case answer the following questions:
1. What are the relevant Facts?
2. What are the ethical Issues?
3. Offer your opinion on what actions should be taken.
Case Study 1
Incredible Shrinking Potato Chip Package
Topic: Cost vs. price vs. value issues
Julie, Brand Manager for potato chips at a regional salty snacks manufacturer
Dave, Marketing Director for the regional salty snacks manufacturer…
Diabetic Case Study
University of Phoenix
Amanda Brooks, FNP-BC
October 5, 2009
Diabetic Case Study
In this case study, we are presented with a man who has Type II diabetes signs and symptoms. He has recently gone through several psycho-social adjustments and is a busy professional man. A plan needs to be developed to assess, teach, and evaluate the patient’s health care needs by covering topics such as incidence, signs and symptoms, potential effects of the disease, educational…
Son V. Kim, Study Case
Paul S. Franklin, EJP CPA
August 12, 2014
This case study involves two persons: Stephen Son and Jinsoo Kim, and the subject of the case to determine if Kim, plaintiff, should be granted reimbursement of losses promised by Son.
Jinsoo Kim, investor, invested $170,000 into one of the Stephen Son’s corporations. However, Son’s corporations did not sustain competition and failed. Later, the two accidently met at the…