Alteration of the response to the Valsalva maneuver and amyl nitrite administration; iv. Reduction of heart rate and blood pressure changes on exercise c. Timolol decreases the positive chronotropic, positive inotropic, bronchodilator, and vasodilator responses caused by beta-adrenergic receptor agonists. i. The
They can stop people from suffering from hallucinations and dilusions , they can help with depression and they also help people who suffer from mood swings. 4. Explain the importance of recording and reporting side effects/ adverse reactions to medication. It is very important to record any side affects to monitor the situation. If the side affects are reoccurring then staff must seek medical attention and request a medication review so that the service user stops experiencing them.
Diabetic neuropathies damage peripheral nerves, which components pf the reflex arc is the most likely to be damaged in nicks situation? i. Sensory receptors 7. Which division of the ANS would be affected and be causing nicks GI tract symptoms? j. PNS 8. Nicks light headedness is caused by a condition known as orthostatic hypotension, a rapid drop in blood pressure upon standing up.
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* REDUCE STRESS – TRY TO AVOID THINGS THAT CAUSE YOU STRESS. OFTEN, A SINGLE BLOOD PRESSURE DRUG MAY NOT BE ENOUGH TO CONTROL YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE, AND YOU MAY NEED TO TAKE TWO OR MORE DRUGS. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU TAKE THE MEDICATIONS PRESCRIBED TO YOU. FOLLOW YOUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS RECOMMENDATIONS TO MODIFY, TREAT, OR CONTROL POSSIBLE CAUSES OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. WRITE A CONCLUSION IN WHICH YOU EXPLAIN IN ONE PARAGRAPH WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNT IN DOING THIS ASSIGNMENT AND HOW IT HAS CHANGED THE WAY IN WHICH YOU WILL VIEW LIFESTYLE DISEASE OR BEHAVIOUR IN THE FUTURE FROM THIS ASSIGNMENT, I HAVE LEARNT THAT BLOOD PRESSURE IS THE PRESSURE THE BLOOD EXERTS AGAINST THE BLOOD VESSEL WALLS AS THE HEART PUMPS.
Operant conditioning suggests that behaviours can be changed or learned by the reinforcement whether it is positive reward or negative punishment. If the person gets a positive reinforcement of a certain behaviour then they are more likely to do it again however if they have a negative reinforcement then they would not repeat it again. Reinforcement is the most important part of the behaviourist approach. A paediatric nurse in a healthcare setting provides reinforcement at each step of the process. For example, when a child is having to get a blood test done and is afraid and refusing to do, the nurse will look for a positive behaviour and then gives the patient immediate reinforcement by saying, “you are such a big boy” or “you did an excellent job”.
Medication reconciliation. Retrieved online: http://www.psnet.ahrq.gov/primer.aspx?primerID=1 American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (2012). Medication reconciliation basics. Retrieved online: http://www.ashp.org/menu/PracticePolicy/ResourceCenters/PatientSafety/ASHPMedicationReconciliationToolkit_1/MedicationReconciliationBasics.aspx Barnsteiner, J.H. (2008).