Advanced Clinic Case Study

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Home Health for Spinal Cord Injuries and Ventilators Home Health for Spinal Cord Injuries and Ventilators Executive Summary: Consortium for Advanced Rehabilitation and Extended Care (C.A.R.E.) service provides a 24/7 care for patients for who are on ventilators or have spinal cord injuries. C.A.R.E. provides respectful Nurses and Home Health Aides to care for these patients in the luxury of their own home. High levels of training are given to all staff so they can respond as your own personal 911 within your home. This service is different from other services because we focus on care for high risk patients. Our staff is on call 24/7 in case of an emergency. The patients who are our focus have upper spinal cord injuries, amyotrophic…show more content…
Providing to care to Bexar, Wilson, Medina, Atascosa, and Comal Counties with plans to extend throughout Texas. Services that will be provided are Skilled Nursing, Certified Nursing Assistant, Personal Injury Case Management and partnering to supply Social Work and Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy. Company Ownership: Consortium for Advanced Rehabilitation and Extended Care (a limited liability company) is owned by two female veterans Kathryn Schricker and Angeleen Contreras with Operations being ran by John Smith. Start-up Summary: Consortium for Advanced Rehabilitation and Extended Care is in its start-up stages and with that come start-up costs and funding issues as addressed. The costs include as follows: * Business Development * Rental Expenses * Office Equipment * Office Supplies * Nursing…show more content…
The breathing cycle is broken down into four phases: initiation, inspiration, the switch from inspiration to expiration, and expiration. A MV helps manipulate the breathing cycle through triggers to help a patient breath. The triggers control time, flow, pressure, and volume which can be controlled by the machine itself, patient, or manual triggering. In life-long treatments, a breathing tube is placed in the larynx (voice box) or trachea (windpipe). The breathing tube provides an airway so the ventilator is able to use triggers to control the oxygen input and carbon dioxide output. The ventilator will create a vacuum so your lungs will fill up with air and fall back naturally allowing a patient to stay

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