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Family history is notable for type 2 diabetes in an older sister; her mother had hypothyroidism and “heart disease.” The patient also has high cholesterol that she has been trying to treat with “weight loss and exercise.” She walks about 20 minutes three times weekly when the weather allows. She has been treated for about five years for hypertension with hydrocholorthiazide. The pertinent findings on physical exam: Height:5’4” Weight:212 lbs. BMI:36 BP:135/86 Heart/Lungs: Normal exam Abdomen: Obese and benign No thyromegaly Vision and optic fundi: normal Feet: normal Remainder unremarkable Risk factors for development of diabetes? Yes.
Counter compassion fatigue with mindfullness. Retrieved from Mindfull hub website: http://mindfulhub.com/archives/2011/08/combating-compassion-fatigue-with-mindfulness/ Bush, N. (2009). Compassion fatigue: are you at risk?. Oncology Nursing Forum, 36(1), 24-28. doi:10.1188/09.ONF.24-28 Compassion fatigue and the health service professional. (2011).
Assessment 3 Case Study PART A Tom is a 56 year old overweight salesman who has recently been diagnosed with Type 2 (NIDDM) diabetes mellitus. He arrives at our clinic after a fasting blood glucose level is abnormally high. 1. Describe the pathophysiology of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Type two diabetes is the most common type of diabetes; it affects 85-90% of people who have a form of diabetes.
Lilia Susana Meltzer, R. N., & Loucine Missak Huckabay RN, P. (2004). Critical Care Nurses' Perceptions of Futile Care and it's Effect on Burnout. American Journal Of Critical Care . M.D., A. H. (2009). Medical Futility, Patient Autonomy, and Professional Integrity: Finding the Appropriate Balance.
( 2 0 1 1 ) Nurses’ and midwives’ clinical leadership development needs: a mixed methods study. Journal of Advanced Nursing 67(7), 1502–1513. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2010.05581.x Abstract Aim. This paper is a report of a descriptive study of nurses’ and midwives’ clinical leadership development needs. Background.
JAN DISCUSSION PAPER JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING Core measures for developmentally supportive care in neonatal intensive care units: theory, precedence and practice Mary Coughlin, Sharyn Gibbins & Steven Hoath Accepted for publication 17 April 2009 Re-use of this article is permitted in accordance with the Terms and Conditions set out at http://www3.interscience.wiley. com/authorresources/onlineopen.html Correspondence to: M. Coughlin: e-mail: email@example.com Mary Coughlin MS RN Global Clinical Services Manager Children’s Medical Ventures Norwell, Massachusetts, USA Sharyn Gibbins PhD RN Head of Interdisciplinary Research & Evidence Based Practice Sunnybrook Women’s Hospital Toronto, Ontario, Canada Steven Hoath MD Medical Director, Skin Science Institute Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Ohio, USA C O U G H L I N M . , G I B B I N S S . & H O A T H S . ( 2 0 0 9 ) Core measures for developmentally supportive care in neonatal intensive care units: theory, precedence and practice.