My name is Ernesto Adrian Castillo, I am a student athlete at sharyland high school currently enrolled in the clinical rotation program. I am enrolled in extra curricular activities such as football and HOSA. My goal is to pursue a healthcare career; and the med Ed program will help me achieve that goal. Med Ed will allow me to gain a plethora of experience and a insight of what it means to be a health care professional. Their is a health care issue for practically everything but, the new generations are that a lack of information when it comes to the these issues. We have technology everywhere and yet people don't know much about what is going with their communities health. With "Ebola" hitting Texas people were in panic without knowing the severity or any information about this disease. Looking in social media people people don't know a lot about disease and most probably never will expand their knowledge about these disease. The problem of lacking information is coming mainly from the newer generations, seeing as the don't watch the news on TV or actually looking it up specifically on certain websites. As their maybe be a more risk of publicly panic, but people deserve to know what diseases or what health issues are out around the world. Lacking information about some of these disease is mainly the people's fault, for not looking for that information. But for some people who do look for the information and want to be knowledgeable are at a…
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HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT (SYSTEMS-BASED PRACTICE)
Ed Gein a serial killer was known for grave robbery, necrophilia, cannibalism, sadism, death fetishism. He used his victims flesh to sew up lamp shades and his couch. Born in the small farming community of Plainfield, Wisconsin. He lived a solitary life, lived with his brother and mother who taught him from an early age that sex was a sinful thing. Eddie ran the family's 160-acre farm on the outskirts of Plainfield until his brother Henry died in 1944 and his mother in 1945
Mind over meds, tells us how Doctor Carlat decided that his psychiatry patients needed more from him than from prescriptions. Doctor Carlat during his psychiatric interviews always thought that there was a certain rhythm to his work. He would start by listening to what his patients said for the first few minutes without interrupting all while sorting through possible diagnoses. There was one patient that made his whole rhythm change, patient J.J. He was a salesman for a struggling telecommunications…
Linda and Ed. The subject is regarding Linda’s trip to see the band 'Stereophonics', and it includes an anecdote about the journey home involving troubles with the car.The purpose of their conversation is interactional,to have a catchup and share information about what has gone on in their lives recently.It is occurring in an informal setting, after their shift at work.
Within the conversation one of the firsts things I noticed was that Linda interrupts Ed fairly frequently.For example,when Ed tries…
(ED) visits increased by approximately 32%, from roughly 102.8 million visits annually to
136.1 million visits annually in 2009 (CDC, 2012). Other significant findings show integral
information on mean waiting times in the U.S., showing that from 2003 through 2009, mean
waiting times in emergency departments increased by 25% from approximately 46.5 minutes
to 58.1 minutes(CDC, 2012).
Knowing that with larger patient populations seeking treatment within the ED it is
imperative to know why it is taking as long as it is…
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care. Give antispasmodics and monitor I&O
Radical prostatectomy Surgery
1. Why: Prostate cancer
2. Pre- procedure: administer meds, prepare client, ensure full understanding, educate regarding complications like irreversible erectile dysfunction and refractory urinary incontinence
3. Post- Procedure: care for them similarly to an abdominal surgery, give pain meds, cath care, avoid strenuous activity avoid tub baths for 2-3 weeks.
Which complications are common for a radial prostactomy…
to have routine physical exams including blood pressure, abdomen, and pelvic examination; and papanicolaou smears every 6 to 12 months.
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