Assessment Report for Mr. Brown LaMont Barre Duncain College Assessment Report for Mr. Brown Good morning Mr. Brown. My name is LaMont. I am a physician’s assistant and I will be discussing the results of your recent cholesterol panel. During this appointment we will be reviewing the significance of your results as it directly relates to your heart as well as, formulating a plan of care to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. Before we begin, are there any specific questions that you have about cholesterol and how it can affect your health?
The matter will then be discussed with the care team and medical staff involved with the individual’s care. I’m in the best position to notice how well a person is eating or if they are refusing foods listed in their care plan. By discussing with other members of the team and making them aware of the problems you will be able to accommodate their needs in the future
The cognitive domain or the knowledge base domain has six subclasses starting with remembering. The very basis of this domain is simple recall of information learned. Nurses start here remembering names of medications and which disease process they are used for. As nurses gain more knowledge, they move up the domain to understand, apply, analyze, and evaluate. When nurses reach this level they understand how medications affect the body and why they are used and if they are seeing the expected outcome.
Nurses should be recording vital signs, order appropriate laboratory work ups, put Mr. P on oxygen via cannula, put him on I&O, administer prescribed medications, and strict daily weights. Including his wife into his care will increase the chances of Mr. P adhering to a treatment plan at home. Nurses should explain why Mr. P needs a low sodium diet, and that taking Lasix is vital because it removes excess water from the body. Every single point of treatment should be
Patients must be asked questions that allow them to provide as much information about their health related issue. A complete medical history along with the subjective and objective data assists the nurse in reaching a nursing diagnosis (Ackley & Ladwig, 2011). There are five labels associated with nursing
Identify priority nursing care to prevent potential complications following this type of surgery. * Maintain respiratory function * Maintain circulatory function * Promote elimination and adequate nutrition * Promote urinary elimination * Promote wound healing * Achieve rest and comfort 3. Discuss treatment modalities for potential complications as identified above * Push fluids to promote elimination * Hemorrhages may need surgical correction * Apply O₂ 4. Discuss the standard of nursing care when transfusing any blood product. * Verify that an order for the transfusion exists.
Primary care nurses should know the following: * For the prescribed drug/s what devices are available and what number of device types can be used? * Which inhaler device is the patient likely to use successfully? * How can I ensure that the patient will be taught correct inhaler
Blooms Research and Response Blooms Research and Response There are three specific domains in Blooms Taxonomy of Education. This paper will examine each area and how it affects nursing education and how useful it is with working with patients with hypertension. The areas according to Bloom’s Taxonomy are Cognitive domain based on knowledge, Affective domain based on attitude, and Psychomotor domain related to skills. It is important to understand how this theory came about. In 1956, Blooms Taxonomy of Educational Objectives was developed by Benjamin Bloom and a group of educators from the University of Chicago.
Also to start education the people of these countries on the prevention and early diagnosis of diabetic foot care. 7) What was the EVA project community based initiative? The initiative was to target mainly people with diabetes and health care professionals in order to educate and give better health care to those with diabetes. 8) What was the geo-political goal of the Diabetes Intervention Project? 9) What was the purpose of the Project?
A study “Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular Risk: The Nurse’s Role” conducted by Dimitra Agelidou (2006) indicated to the Metabolic Syndrome definition and treatment, it showed that it is defined as arterial hypertension, central obesity and atherogenic dyslipidemia and related to diabetes and cardiovascular disease. On the other hand, it showed the treatment consists of doing exercises, diet, weight loss, psychosocial support and close follow-up for the patients . A study “Lifestyle intervention in the management of metabolic syndrome: could we improve adherence issues?” which conducted by Evaggelia Fappa (2008) showed that the current guidelines for the metabolic syndrome’s treatment suggested diet and physical activity in order to change lifestyle and recognized the weight loss as an important issue to manage metabolic syndrome . A study “ Risk assignment and management of metabolic syndrome due to antipsychotic medication” which conducted by Rucsandra, et al(2009) showed that the metabolic syndrome consists of different cardiovascular risk factors such as hyperglycemia and central obesity, also it showed that people with schizophrenia have an increased risk of developing metabolic syndrome because of their inappropriate physical activity. It recommended evaluating fasting