Frida had three sisters Matilde, Adriana and Christina. When she was six years old, she developed polio. This illness caused her right leg to appear much sinner than the other. Polio caused her to be bedridden for nine months. When she recovered from the illness she limped when she walked because the infection had damaged her right leg and foot.
She has been working at the Neighborhood Senior Center for 5 years. Karen can see the effects of the forest fire on the individuals at the Neighborhood Senior Center Nursing Clinic. Many of the seniors, including Mr. Dalion, have needed to use oxygen more often this week. Karen advises these individuals to stay indoors to avoid the respiratory irritants. School-Kelsey Young, a 2nd grade student is sent to the school nurses office because she has been coughing.
After consulting with this modeling scout, she was advised that she must lose 10-inches from her hips. Filled with determination to succeed, Renn embarked on a weight loss regime that nearly cost her life. After reading diet books after diet books, cutting out pictures from magazines, and exercising to a workout video multiple times a night, Crystal still wasn’t happy. Having nearly starving herself and exercising six hours a day, after three months, Crystal was starting to get the body she had imagined. Throughout the next three years, Crystal dropped nearly 90 pounds and despite her dwindling health, was often praised by her agency for her waif-like frame.
); her body max index (the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in meters) is 21. Through dieting and exercise, she lost 13.6 kg (30 lbs) and stopped menstruating four months ago; her current body-mass index is 16. She denies having any problems and is annoyed that her parents, friends, and teachers are concerned. (p. 1) The scenario presents a situation indicative of an Anorexia Nervosa disorder. Anorexia Nervosa can have very serious medical complications that will require medical interventions.
1.0 Patient’s Identification Name : Fatin Izzatul Race : Malay Age : 3 months Address : Klang Date of Birth : 28/8/2012 Date of Admission : 17/12/2012 Weight : 5kg Date of Clerking : 18/12/2012 Gender : Female Source of referral : Biological mother 2.0 Chief complaint My patient Fatin Izzatul was brought by her mom to Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah due to rapid breathing about 2 days prior to admission and associated with fever, cough and runny nose for 4 days. 3.0 History of presenting illness My patient, Fatin Izzatul was previously well child until she was having cough, fever and flu for 4 days. Then the mother brought her to the private clinic and was given medication but the symptoms did not resolve. 2 days before the admission, the mother was noticed that her child was having rapid breathing. Due to that, she brought her to Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah for further investigation.
In February 2006, Emily Jerry, a two-year old child was at a Cleveland hospital to complete her last series of chemotherapy treatment. Her doctor ordered intravenous chemotherapy solution that was filled incorrectly by a pharmacy technician. The prescription called for 1% saline; however, a lethal amount of 23% saline was given instead, causing her to slip into a coma resulting in death. Eric Cropp, who was the supervising pharmacist signed off on the technician’s work despite her informing him that the mixture did not look right; nonetheless, he approved it. The pharmacy was so busy that day and short staffed, which led to a preventable fatal error that changed Eric’s whole life in a matter of seconds.
She has spent her life “saving” Kate, and Picoult shows this through a clever quotation. Later that night after the hockey game, Kate suddenly woke up to blood streaming out of her nose, eyes and rectum. When Brian and Sara were informed by the doctor that administering poison therapy would prolong Kate’s life, but not save it, Sara broke down. She called her older sister, Suzanne, unable to speak and begged her to come to the hospital. Picoult continues on this theme of “saving” by using Suzanne as Sara’s crutch, as she makes her coffee each morning and informs her of any missed phone calls.
We began spending everyday together, it was great. After two years of dating I got pregnant with our beautiful daughter. I got so sick I almost lost her at three months, then again at seven months. I had toxemia so I spent a lot of the time in the hospital. I had to go on independent study because I was bedridden.
Nursing Management of Patient w/ Pain, Ambulatory Dysfunction & UTI S.L., a 31 year old female patient with a pertinent medical history of Lupus, Raynaud’s Phenomenon, Ablation for Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT), Hypertension, Pyelonephritis and a mini stroke that has undergone surgical procedures of cholecystectomy, four C-sections and a hysterectomy, was admitted to the medical floor through the emergency department on January 12, 2010 with complaints of severe back pain. Patient reports that the pain began approximately two weeks prior to her arrival to the hospital. The pain became progressively worse and limited her ability to perform Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s). She was experiencing severe pain but was able to ambulate with the aid of a cane. For one week prior to her hospital admission she reports being bed bound and “couldn’t even get up to use the restroom”.
Then on February 25, 1990 she collapsed and went into full cardiac arrest. She suffered brain damage due to lack of oxygen. A couple of months later after being in a coma the doctors treating her diagnosed her with a vegetative state. One year after the cardiac arrest a board-certified neurologist and an internist and personal family physician to the Schiavo family independently made the diagnosis of PVS (persistent vegetative state). Her husband Michael Schiavo in 1998 petitioned the court to have the feeding tube removed in regards to a state statute.