H.J. arrives to ED with c/o “racing heart”. 79 year old female experiencing sob during past 2-months and swelling in the ankles.

H.J. arrives to ED with c/o “racing heart”. 79 year old female experiencing sob during past 2-months and swelling in the ankles. She sleeps with several pillows to keep herself in a sitting up position. 5-years ago she had an anterior wall myocardial infarction and had two-vessel coronary artery bypass surgery. Family history for atherosclerosis, father died MI and mother a stroke. She smoked for 30-years but quit after having the CABG 4 1/2 years ago. She uses alcohol socially. She’s allergic to nuts, shellfish, strawberries and hydralazine. Her medical history includes osteoarthritis, hypercholesterolemia, and gout.

Current medications are; celecoxib, allopurinol, atorvastatin, daily aspirin and clopidogrel. She is admitted to cardiac observation unit in the hospital.

B/P 135/80 (left arm sitting); AP 125 and irregular; peripheral pulses +1, RR 28, SaO2 91%, nonproductive cough, T 97.5F oral; reported weight 215lb, admission weight 102.7 Kilos; Height 5’8”; appropriately anxious

  • Will the prescribed home medications be therapeutic for H.J’s presenting problem? Explain
  • How do the medication actions relate to the medical history?
  • What do you conclude about the patient’s blood pressure?                           
  • Why is the patient tachycardic? Why is the patient tachypneic?
  • Using the reported height and weight what is her BMI?
  • Discuss your conclusions about patient’s admission weight, do you have concerns, why?

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Cultural Considerations in Mental Health Nursing

Submit a 3- page paper

Submit an evidence-based practice paper about cultural competency in mental health nursing. An evidence-based practice paper allows you to explore best practice and help improve client outcomes on a psychiatric unit. Your paper should describe how you, as a nurse, will include – or have included – cultural awareness in a client diagnosed with a mental illness. The person you describe could be someone in your clinical setting, someone you have worked with in the past, or a theoretical client.

Remember that culture can also include gender equality, sexual orientation, and other cultures besides race and religion – including cultures unique to one particular family. Your paper should be at least 3 pages (double-spaced, not including the title or reference pages) in APA Format and include:

  • Assessment: Discuss what you would assess in regard to a client’s culture. For example, are there specific dietary requirements? Are schedule changes necessary to avoid conflicts with religious practices? Who is the spokesperson for the family? What would you assess?
  • Diagnosis: List any mental health nursing diagnoses this person has or may be at risk for. Include at least one cultural diagnosis.
  • Planning: What planning needs to be done to ensure the cultural and emotional safety of the client?
  • Implementation: What are interventions that would ensure the safety of your client in regard to culture? Include at least two interventions. For example, if your client has religious beliefs that affect the ability to take medications, what interventions would you create to ensure the client’s safety? What can you do to make sure the client’s cultural needs are met?
  • Evaluation: How will you evaluate whether your implementation was effective? Make sure the parameters are objective and measurable.
  • In your summary, discuss whether any completed interventions were successful. What could be done differently in the future? If the interventions have not yet been carried out, you might discuss some institutional changes that could be made to ensure cultural safety for all clients in that setting.

Aged care and disability are often overlooked by the Australian medtech industry, where an increasingly large proportion of Australians are affected.

Aged care and disability are often overlooked by the Australian medtech industry, where an increasingly large proportion of Australians are affected. How can medical technologies help address the issues faced by this population?
does anyone have a Startup or medical innovative business idea related to this question?
Does innovation play an important role in Aged Care and Disability? How can innovation help individuals gain, regain or retain a degree of independence?The goal of this hackathon is to identify promising new solutions using low-cost technologies, to address healthcare gaps while improving the management and quality of life of the aged and disabled population.Help us create practical solutions that are central to improving the health of millions of people worldwide, particularly in those in resource-poor settings.