Case Study 3: Beta-Adrenergic Antagonists Cathy Lopez is a 33-year-old Hispanic American who visits the local walk in clinic complaining that she had a severe headache, which was unilateral. She states I used to take something every day to prevent headaches, but I have not needed it lately. She states, “I just moved and started a new job. Can you prescribe me anything to prevent these headaches?” Ms. Lopez’s headaches in the past were treated with a prophylaxis, which indicate she has migraines. The treatment to prevent migraines is the use of beta-adrenergic antagonists.
However she suffers from severe autism and ADHD, She has severe behavioral problems and is very uncomfortable with people she doesn’t know and struggles to make new friends. She lives in a residential care home with 24-hour care and support to help her cope with everyday living. She needs to have a daily routine to help her know what she I doing with her day and if things don’t go the way they were planned then this means that she can become stressed and irritated. In a health and social care environment it is important that the right communication is made between the carer and the service user, for example using body language to show the service user that you are calm and relaxed. Using Egan’s theory of communication using the acronym SOLER suggests that if you have an open posture and you have your arms and legs crossed then this means that you will portray a sense of relaxation and calm.
As Anne began maturing, she developed numerous health issues, but unlike some children from that time, she survived to her adulthood. She may have suffered from the blood disease, porphyria, as well as having poor vision and a serious case of smallpox at the age of twelve. Poor health would plague Anne her entire life, probably contributing to her many miscarriages. Only receiving a limited education, her reign became a critically important period in the nation’s history. During her reign she will oversee two major events, one domestic and one foreign.
Sydney Wheeler English 102 Section 202 August 29, 2012 Barbara Huddleston 8-31-12 Mini Profile Cassandra Garcia Cassandra Garcia has lived a life that most 25 year olds can’t say that they have experienced yet. She has overcome hurdles that most others would merely try to avoid and she does it with determination. She has two beautiful little girls (Bella and Laila) that are her world. Right out of high school she joined the army where she met her ex-husband, all seemed well at first but the turmoil of their relationship was too much of a strain and they got divorced. While most women would cave into the unnecessary evils of this world, Cassandra rose above all of that and gained a new relationship with the Lord.
This film was near and dear to me, since I too have a daughter who is disable, due to Cerebral Palsy. She is now twenty years old. I will tell her story in a brief summary. She was premature by four months; upon her arrival she was only thirteen ounce’s. I was told by her Doctor that she wouldn’t make through the night.
Mrs. Dubose, of course, wanted to quit her morphine addiction, even though it would kill her. So, she had me come over to her house and read to her for several weeks, each time a little longer, which would delay her taking morphine until she could finally quit. Most people are not as brave
For the past two years Mikayla has been addicted to opiates that she was prescribed for her anxiety. She ended up building a tolerance to her medicine which led her to take more than prescribed; eventually making her addiction spiral out of control. Given the situation, I realized that her father, Michael, and I had a lot to talk about on the ride home. The truck was a white Ford Explorer. It was in decent condition, but had a very strong smoke smell.
Julia, Seth, and children who have abusive childhoods all found a way to cope with their problems BUT NOT SOLVE THEM. They are able to be “separated from everything familiar,” and be “pushed into a new state of consciousness” (Armstrong 25). The issue however that arises from dissociation is that these people are unable to grasp reality. They are unsure of what is right and what is wrong sometimes and do not understand why this happens. Many people who do not realize these dissociative experiences are greatly affected.
Unfortunately the only way he knows how to help her it by treating her as a medical patient or as an object and not as a person who needed love, not just care. By doing this he aids to her mental decent, the last thing he meant to do. The evidence as to how much he truly loved his wife is shown at the end when he finally breaks in on his wife, and is so shocked and overcome by sadness that he faints. Unfortunately this point in the story also illustrates how far gone the narrator is, moving past her husband without recognizing him. In fact she even complains about “that man” and having to “creep over him” as she makes her
Although she is divorced, she has two pre-teen children 13 & 11 who are also lost and confuse of why mommy and daddy are not together. Due to some of those situations Janie finds ways to keep herself active; in being active she became excessively hyper and lacks sleep. Which can cause side effects towards her bipolar disorder that she had been diagnosed with about ten years ago. Janie wants to be apart of something that will validate her existence. (Janie is an active member of her sorority and was chair of the fundraising committee.