Constipation, is diminished bowel movement accompanied with discomfort of hardened or dry stools (Myers, Gulanick, Galanes, Klopp, & Puzas 2002 P. 42). As evidenced by patient admit nurse reported no bowel movement in 3 days and hypoactive bowel sounds accompanied by s/ssx of dehydration and imbalanced nutrition evidenced by statement “sick of my stomach.” 3. Imbalanced nutrition, ingestion of less than body requirements (Myers et al., 2002 P 113). Less than sufficient food intake as evidenced by lack of appetite, weakness, confusion “my mind seems too cloudy”, and documented unintentional or unwanted significant weight lost. Patient lost 14 lb.
Now I am more motivated than ever. I am the youngest of my family. With that being said I currently live with both my mom and dad, my one and only brother is seven years older than me and is moved out and married. My dad has no college experience but he is successful in what he does, he is an engineer at a rubber factory. My mom has some college experience but never got any kind of degree and does home daycare.
HSC2028 Move and Position individuals Mrs Adams is 86 years old and is in a nursing home. She is unable to weight bear and her health has recently deteriorated so she can no longer get out of bed. Mrs Adams is very frail and is incontinent. The nurse has recently done a risk assessment on Mrs Adams and this states that she needs to be turned every two hours with the use of a glide sheet and two carers. You visit Mrs Adams and greet her explaining you need to turn her now, but she refuses your help and just wants to be left alone.
At first, Robert was a wonderful husband and showered his wife with gifts and attention but this eventually faded and the happy couple divorced Ben grew up in inner-city Detroit with his mom and older brother, Curtis, and his family was not the wealthiest either. Sonya Carson raised both of her sons by herself and many times she took on two or three jobs to support her family. Even from his childhood, Ben thought towards a
Full Name: Doreen Elizabeth Jones Type of Dementia: Alzheimer’s disease Age/ D.O.B: 85 23/03/1930 Sex: Female Material Status: Widow Children: two Children (one son and one daughter) Son lives away so only sees daughter. Siblings: Two sisters, both died before Doreen Friends: One female friend, she has a car and they go for weekly trips out together. Career History: she worked as a typist from the age of 18, became a housewife when she had her first child at 24. At the age of 30 she became an English teacher at a local primary school as she approached retirement she became a cleaner for the final few years of her career before retiring at the age of 60. Interests and Hobbies: she has always looked after her family so hasn’t
Gladys Baker Mortensen, her twenty-four-year-old mother, and Charles Stanley Gifford her biological father met working at a Hollywood film lab. Gladys had already been married once to her first husband Jasper Baker, and was legally separated from her second husband Ed Mortensen. Gifford refused to marry Gladys and moved away, neither Norma Jeane nor her mother ever saw him again. Gladys could not afford her daughter or take care of her while trying to find a job, so she began to send her infant daughter to a nearby family for five dollars a week. Norma Jeane spent most of her childhood living in as many as twelve different foster homes and even at one point in an orphanage while her mother was in and out of the hospital suffering from mental illness.
Maybe she was mentally ill and could not take care of herself. Or she had a personality disorder. But in the story she was a writer who was not allowed to write. To me she was heavily sedated with meds that made her hallucinate every hour. She constantly wrote
She tells me that at least three of those admissions were due to serious suicide attempts. She was in a coma for three days following one attempt. She has been diagnosed with major depressive disorder, OCD (for hair pulling and hand washing). She also suffers from bulimia and says it is not known which psychiatric issues, if any, are directly connected with that assault. Ann says that soon after she had her son, two years later, she did not want to be around men, and for nearly ten years, she did not date or have any close relationships with men.
Overview Sarah is a 40-year old African American female who desires counseling due to symptoms of depression. She is unmarried but in an ongoing ten year relationship. She has three adult children, one daughter that is married and two sons both in college and staying at home. She lost both of her parents in 2010 and currently works in the medical field on a job that she is displeased with. She reports feeling lonely and over the last several months has been self-mutilating.
A couple of months ago, she was hospitalized after her sister found her unconscious in their parents kitchen floor from cocaine overdose and she was back in rehab for the 13th time. They had to tie her up in order to take in. She was arrested in 2003 and spent 8 months in prison because she assaulted her youngest daughter while the little was visiting her grandmother. Based on the individual’s topic of conversation, it is clear that she realizes that she is in the wrong path. She is been clean for 6 months now and according to her, she never knew that she could become addicted to any drug.