During this quarter client experienced cough and abdominal distension that required medical attention in the ER setting; during this visit Rapid FLU A&B were Negative; no other studies were done. Discharged diagnosis was URI Viral; a prescription for Albuterol Sulfate 1 unit via Inhalation every 8 hrs. PRN was given. On 12/8/17 PA Paez ordered Tylenol 650 mg PO Q-8 as needed for fever, Robitussin DM 5 ml PO PRN TID X 3 days for Cough and the recommended Albuterol via Nebulizer as needed. On 12/12/17 Dr. Dill reordered Albuterol premix nebulizer TID X 3 days then BID X 5 days, then QHS X 5 days then D/C; Lasix 20 mg PO X a total of 7 days for Fluid retention; reassess CBC with Diff and BMP and CXR PA and Lateral with revealed no acute infiltrate; client URI resolved with prescribed treatment w/o complications.…show more content… Dietitian was also consulted to review his meal plan and enhance bowel movement whom recommended to add 2 tbsp. of ground flaxseed at lunch mixed with food plus 2 oz. of prune juice per day before breakfast or after
attends the Smithsonian Boys Preparatory Academy with a mild functional articulation disorder. A functional articulation/speech disorder is defined as difficulty learning to make a specific sound, or a few specific sounds (Bowen, 2011). In M.J.’s case these articulatory difficulties are consequential to six years of thumb sucking, resulting in a class II maloclussion. The changes in M.J.’s oral structure are due to years of sucking his thumb resulting in an interdental and palatal lisp during speech…
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Subject: Unit 3 - Biology of Addiction - Pharmacolgy II
SWK 521 - 70 Social Work Practice with Alcoholic and Chemically Dependent Individuals and Families
Lecture Topic - General Considerations: Biology of Addiction - Pharmacology
1. INTRODUCTION : This week you will continue to explore issues about the biology of addiction.
A Lecture excerpted from an online informational text written by l Robin Timmons & Leonard W. Hamilton, Authors of Drugs and…
Case Study for Heart Failure, Digoxin, and Inamrinone
Monica Elena Zimmerman
California State University San Marcos School of Nursing
Pharmacology and Physiopathology
Dr. Melissa Rouse
February 4, 2018
I. Is the inability of the heart to maintain the blood needs of the organism due to failures of the left ventricle, right or both, giving rise to a series of manifestations in the whole organism.
A. Dyspnea: Due to deterioration of the gaseous exchange or as a consequence of the accumulation…
Tendons and ligaments may also be stiff from a lack of use. Rehabilitation involves flexibility, balance and strengthening exercises and a gradually increase of activity. Physical therapy is the preferred method of safely getting back into sports. Pharmacology for a compound fracture; the doctor may give you ibuprofen or Aleve for the pain depending on the age of the patient.
The muscular system is an organ system consisting of skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscles. It permits movement of the body…
Initial meeting with Dr. Best was informative and engaging. Discussed course syllabus, expected learning outcomes and schedule for Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing or ABSN track of NUR 309 Pharmacology Interventions course.
Active participation of the faculty during the BSN meeting pertained to advising, registration, curriculum committee and requirements for Institutional Review Board or IRB process. Capstone presentation of MSN student on purposeful hourly rounding: An evidence-based…
What is Dentistry?
Dentistry is the branch of medicine that is involved in the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral cavity, the maxillofacial area and the adjacent and associated structures, and their impact on the human body (Wikipedia). Doctors who practice dentistry are called Dentists or Dental Surgeons.
Explanation of Career
According to the American Dental Association there are 10 recognized fields of Dentistry…
Module code: (FC501 2T)
Module Title: Skills for study 1
Assessment Title: Essay
Tutor Name: Salvatore Consoli
Student ID Number: 25289
Assignment Title: Discuss factors that contribute to low life expectancy as well as possible solutions to these factors.
Date of submission: 21/10/2014
Word count: 747
FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO LOW HEALTH EXPECTANCY IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
Low health expectancy is an issue most developed countries such as China and the united States…
patient care (QSEN, 2018).
A teaching strategy that I would utilize for this section is to create a case study that walks through the complex health history of a teenager with cerebral palsy. The case study would incorporate several different medical institutions, numerous hospitalizations, multiple surgeries, and a variety of care providers. I would then have students work through the case study with an emphasis on continuity of care, essential information that must be identified by each care team…
so as to relatively quantify our understanding of how inhibitors, in different concentrations, can affect the reactions between enzyme and substrate.
This experiment utilised the methodology outlined in pages 22 – 24 of the UTS 91707 Pharmacology Practical manual (Rodgers, 2015), with the following amendments: recording the reaction times as seconds rather than minutes, thus affecting the calculated values for our relative velocities within our results; and sampling triplets of 250ul aliquots…
with the US National Library of Medicine and the US Center for Biotechnology Information.
McNamee, Pauline, et al. "A Tiered Approach to the Use of Alternatives to Animal Testing for the Safety Assessment of Cosmetics." Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology Volume 54.Issue 2 (2009): 197-209. <http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0273230009000634>.
This journal article is an answer to the EU Cosmetics Directive for the cessation of animal testing that took effect in January of 2008, analyzes…