Nursing

To Prepare: Off-Label Drug Use. Review the interactive media piece in this week’s Resources and reflect on the types of drugs used to treat pediatric patients with mood disorders.

To Prepare: Off-Label Drug Use.  Review the interactive media piece in this week’s Resources and reflect on the types of drugs used to treat pediatric patients with mood disorders. Reflect on situations in which children should be prescribed drugs for off-label use. Think about strategies to make the off-label use and dosage of drugs safer […]

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Module 5: NEUROLOGICAL AND MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS

Module 5: NEUROLOGICAL AND MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS Scenario 1: Gout A 68-year-old obese male presents to the clinic with a 3-day history of fever with chills, and Lt. great toe pain that has gotten progressively worse. Patient states this is the first time that this has happened, and nothing has made it better and walking on his right foot makes it worse. He has tried acetaminophen, but

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SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENTS. NURS 4225: Community Health Nursing. Community Response Report

SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENTS. NURS 4225: Community Health Nursing. Community Response Report Analyze the importance of communication and collaboration with other healthcare professionals and members of the general public in promoting health across the lifespan. Course Assignment or Project Assignment Description Relationship to Outcome Specific assignment rubric sections Community Health Nursing (NURS 4225):   Community Response Report  

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NURS-6501N-29 Week 5: Module 3 – GASTROINTESTINAL AND HEPATOBILIARY DISORDERS

NURS-6501N-29 Week 5: Module 3 – GASTROINTESTINAL AND HEPATOBILIARY DISORDERS Question 1   Scenario 1: Peptic Ulcer A 65-year-old female comes to the clinic with a complaint of abdominal pain in the epigastric area. The pain has been persistent for two weeks.  The pain described as burning, non-radiating and worse after meals. Denies N&V, weight

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Module 2 Discussion: Your patient reports that he often thinks of “ending it all”

Module 2 Discussion: Your patient reports that he often thinks of “ending it all.” Initial post due March 22nd by 11:59 pm CST 33 unread replies.33 replies. Team 1: Your patient reports that he often thinks of “ending it all” Team 2: Your patient has a list of non-specific symptoms, which are medically unexplained. Team 3: Your patient

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Explain the nursing intervention’s effectiveness (What happened after your nursing intervention? Did the patient get better?)

Explain the nursing intervention’s effectiveness (What happened after your nursing intervention? Did the patient get better?) You will also be graded on your use of APA Style and on your application of nursing journals into the treatments and interventions. In order to write a case study paper, you must carefully address a number of sections

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Module 1 Discussion: Please introduce yourself to the class and give us some information about you, the area you work in, and your nursing education plans

Module 1 Discussion: Please introduce yourself to the class and give us some information about you, the area you work in, and your nursing education plans 1. Please introduce yourself to the class and give us some information about you, the area you work in, and your nursing education plans. 2 – View the following

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