Mr. Logan is a 48 year old who has struggled with an opioid addiction for the past 5 years. Recently, he was playing basketball with friends when he slipped on the court, fell, and broke his arm badly. After his arm was repaired surgically, the physician orders acetaminophen, 650 milligrams by mouth or 1 ml
How can the use of the nurse’s personal communication device(s) impact patient care positively and/or negatively? What are the ethical and legal implications? What does the professional literature say about how communication devices can support safe nursing practice?
SWN010: Socio-Cultural Context of Practice- Nursing Assignment Questions- Scenario: In your position as a social worker at a local health service, you have been given the responsibility of reviewing the literature relating to a trend in presentation at the service. This information will be used to improve service delivery. You are to create an annotated
Ephedra is one of the many herbal supplements that claim to help people burn fat, build muscle and increase endurance. As a result, many athletes are taking it, in the hope it will give them a cutting edge against their competitors. The question is “are th ese claims really true?” Look at the advertisements that
Describe a client from your clinical setting or previous experience who experienced depression or mania. Include a brief history and 3-5 most pertinent medications. v Identify one problem that was not resolved with the treatment regimen. What are the reasons it may not have been successful? Include nursing as well as other team members. v
Nursing 254, professional nursing Heat wave book Question: The Prologue and Introduction provide an overview of the events of the 1995 heat wave in Chicago. The author will dissect the meteorological, sociological, political, ethnographic, political, journalistic and support systems aspects of the disaster. From what you know about the heat wave as described in the
What is the difference between high-, middle-, and low-range theories? Explain your understanding of a middle-range nursing theory. Identify a research study in which a middle-range theory was applied. Discuss the study results and implications for practice.
Discuss a middle range theory that would provide a framework to address a clinical topic that interests you. Include in your discussion an example of how this theory has been used as a framework in nursing research. Include a scholarly article as a reference to support your example
What is the difference between ethical responsibility and ethical dilemma. Share an experience of ethical dilemma or moral distress in nursing today.
1. Indicate at least 7 criteria for short-term indwelling foley catheter. 2. List at least 5 complications of long-term use of indwelling foley catheter and briefly describe or define them. 3. List at least 4 nursing interventions in maintaining the catheter.