Scenario: A patient had surgery and the nurse-anesthetist administered the anesthesia. The patient subsequently arrested and died while under anesthesia. An investigation concluded that the patient was not receiving the needed amount of oxygen and the nurse-anesthetist missed the changes in the vital signs until the patient was close to cardiac arrest. The surgeon initially
Bortz, A., Ashkenazi, T., & Melnikov, S. (2015). Spirituality as a predictive factor for signing an organ donor card. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 47(1), 25-33. doi: 10.1111/jnu.12107 Dinkel, S., & Schmidt, K. (2015). Health education needs of incarcerated women. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 46(4), 229-234. doi: 10.1111/jnu.12079 Using the above 2 articles, Describe the sample
How do you affirm people at work? When your coworkers talk about you, what do they say about you? Based on the textbook, relate your responses to the issue of preference according to the servant-leadership paradigm. Compare this form of leadership with the secular view of power as it relates to working relationships.
Review the Ten Great Public Health Achievements (Exhibit 2.3) of your textbook. Select one of the 10 achievements. What is the importance of your chosen achievement to society? In your own words, defend its right to be considered a “Great Public Health Achievement.” Select three other peers’ postings and debate their analysis. Keep in mind
In this learning activity, you will choose a behavioral theory and planning model for use with Coronary Heart Disease. From all you have learned in this course, you should now feel comfortable in identifying a behavioral theory to guide Coronary Heart Disease. Choose one that is appropriate to Coronary Heart Disease and program purposes and
Between 2011 and 2015, which cancer incidence has increased significantly? Select one: a. Pancreatic b. Leukaemia c. Cervical d. Melanoma Which of the following is a gender difference in cancer prevalence? Select one: a. Females have a lower survival rate than males b. Males have a higher overall prevalence of cancer than females c. Breast
Tommy, a 3-year-old boy with tetralogy of Fallot, has just returned to his hospital room from the cardiac catheterization recovery room. His mother calls you to the bedside to tell you that he is vomiting and bleeding. You arrive to find Tommy anxious, pale, crying, and sitting in a puddle of blood. Questions 1. Evidence—Is
What is the pathophysiological process whereby PID leads in infertility? As you know, Vitamin C and Iron is very important in maintaining health (Grodner, Escott-Stump, Dorner, 2016). As you probably already know, Vitamin C cannot be made in our body – this makes it, what is called an “essential nutrient” (Grodner, Escott-Stump, Dorner, 2016). Since
define a population that you would like to study. Present the criteria for the inclusion and exclusion and some general information about your chosen population. Include demographics, socioeconomics, health risk factors, and environmental hazards.