Dr. Goldstein looked with concern at the small man lying in the ICU bed. " e nursing home had brought him to the hospital because of lung congestion. Dr. Goldstein glanced back at his notes: Ed, age #$, a white male with diabetes, high blood pressure, and poor vision. Somewhat mentally retarded. Dr. Goldstein knew from past experience that Ed functioned at about a !%-year-old level and tended to think very literally.
She collapsed to the floor and died despite attempts to resuscitate her. At the time of the incident there was 12 other patients in the dining room also needing support with eating but only one carer was available. The coroner's court heard how this was the second time Mrs Taylor had suffered from a choking incident while in the care home. Collette Puntis, safeguarding adult co-ordinator for Hampshire Adult services, told the hearing that due to poor care plans, there was confusion among staff about how food should be prepared for Mrs Taylor and how much supervision she should have. She said " The instructions were not clear or consistent or specific enough.
“D”: Roger Chillingworth Roger Chillingworth, Hester Prynne’s, deformed husband, slowly transforms into what many call the Black Man. Chillingworth’s transformation, ultimately detrimental to Reverend Dimmesdale’s health, began once he questioned the reverend about sin, and his obsession did not, “set him free again until he had done all” of his searching (117). He leeched info out of poor Dimmesdale every day until, “there was a fiend at his elbow” his own self (155)! Chill., hired to help nurse Dimm. back to health, actually took more years off his life.
Discharge Plan Needs Mr. Trosack will need to have physical therapy to rehabilitate himself after his fall and hip replacement. He will need to be able to negotiate stairs with bags of groceries. He will need to shower and use the bathroom independently. He needs to understand the importance of his new medications and might even need assistance with medication administration. Social Isolation His lack of mobility will affect his social visitation, and he is a widower as is his brother who is also elderly and we don’t know if he will be able to make daily visits.
There are multiple testimonies that have stated the contamination causing health problems in the individuals and families of the town. A Farmville resident and father of the James family has stated that his young son is constantly affected by asthma attacks due to the contaminated air. The manure odor from the CAFOs has created breathing difficulties for him along with constant headaches. He is unable to go outside without being bombarded by respiratory ailments. The Sykes family gets their water from a personal drinking well, but Mrs. Sykes has considered switching their family to bottle water or tediously boiling the well water.
Jack was forgetting things that had Just happened he eventually becomes so confused that his wife was very concern. His doctor has realised that Jack was ill with Alzheimer’s disease so Jack would need personal care. Washing: As jack has been diagnose with Alzheimer disease he will need a carer to assist him with washing. Washing and bathing can be difficult for the carer’s caring for Jack and is a common source of anxiety for people with dementia. Jack has been carrying out these activities on his own since he was a healthy man.
Dan broke his leg in the accident and he feels 'like roofing nails are being belted into my busted foot', while he suffers mentally because he lost three of his best mates. His mental pain and suffering is shown on page 193 when he says 'I'm sobbing now, my chest heaving like I'm breathing for all of us: Carlo, Aaron, Borris, Phan and me'. Relationships are also deeply explored in contemporary adolescent fiction between friends, parents and siblings and how they evolve over time. The exposure to risk and the feeling of being
The story deals with AIDS, love, secrets and the ghosts of the past. I found out that Helen is really Maria Elena or Nena and she is Diego’s sister. Eddy is Nena’s husband and has his own past as a molested child to come to terms with that and a brother to find. Jake is dealing with his anger and grief from losing Joaquin. And then there is my favorite character in the book, Lizzie.
The short stories Paper Pills and Stockings share similar characteristics when it comes to how the author portrays coping with a loved one departing. Doctor Reefy of Paper Pills and Henry Dobbins from Stockings have symbolic items to remind themselves about their loved ones. In Paper Pills it is through the twisted apples and how Doctor Reefy is like a twisted apple, sweet on the inside by rough on the outside, and how thats how his wife saw him. In Stockings the stockings are symbolic to Henry Dobbins love for his ex-girlfriend while he was out at war. In both short stories the main characters are devastated by the depart of their loved ones, and have troubles coping with it.
Unfortunately one soldier doesn’t get his mask on in time and suffers a horrific death. Owen then describes the nightmares he has after witnessing such an awful sight which leads up to the moral message at the end of the poem. Wilfred Owen uses a number of literary techniques to describe the physical and mental suffering of the soldiers marching back to base. For example imagery is expressed with the use of the simile “like old beggars, under sacks” is effective because it compares the young soldiers to old beggars showing that the war has prematurely aged them and the sacks refer to the heavy bags of equipment they carry on their backs. A similar example would be the simile “coughing like hags” again a reference to being old as a hag is an elderly woman.