Asthma Case Study
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Jason’s Asthma Jason is among great population of children who suffer from asthma, as it is one of the most common childhood diseases. In fact asthma is one of the most popular chronic diseases of all age categories worldwide (Morris & Mosenifar, 2011). It is characterized by many symptoms; including shortness of breath, cough, wheezing, tightness of the chest (Symptoms of Asthma, n.d.).
Allergic Asthma
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It is stated, that asthma takes one of the leading positions among the allergic diseases, so widely spread at present. It is known to be one of the major reasons of chronic complications and disabilities in the world. 'Chronic allergic conditions can significantly decrease quality of life, patient well-being, employee productivity, and school performance and attendance'.
Community and public health nursing
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The prevalence of asthma varies across different age groups, races, and location (Harkness, & DeMarco, 2015). Indeed, the prevalence data among different age groups of… Apparently, the prevalence rates increases with age where U.S children aged between 15 and 17 years recorded the highest prevalence rate of 16.5 %. However, the highest prevalence rate in DC…
Website Evaluation
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Technological advancements in the late 20th century resulted in the revolutions of business procedures. … Advair is a product of the famous multinational GSK. It has an elegantly designed website that centers on their product. Advair claims to provide solution to asthma patients through its Advair Diskus and it builds on this claim through an efficient…
Holistic Health Assessment
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Since her thinking and metacognition skills are greater than that of a child, she probably has several very difficult and wrenching questions for the nurse in the care unit. These questions may be more related to spirituality and the affective domain rather than questions about the physical problem she is having. … Any time one sees that the patient's lips or…
Assessment Plan
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In addition, she has continually felt unwell for quite some time. At one point, Ayesha's mother reported the following: she had a cough, an extremely high temperature, and her symptoms were not relieved for more than two hours although given her Salbutamol inhaler on a frequent basis. … Secondly, the effectiveness of the interventions implemented will be…
Reflective Exercise
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Introduction: I am a practice nurse in general practice. In practice, I come across many patients. While examining and treating patients, there are many situations where frustration looms large when I see that a patient is suffering despite my utmost attempt to provide him relief.… J., 2007). For ethical reasons, the identity of the patient that I am going to…
Expansion of Airport and Health Issues
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The primary source of conflict is the airport expansion and the associated health exposure risks for asthma attributed to the expansion. Therefore establishing the proper context for this conflict should include the appropriate health exposure risk assessment for asthma associated with the expansion of the airport. … Air emissions are generally defined as "The…
Asthma and Allergies
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Working in the Children's Hospital offers challenges as well as benefits. It is important as an assistant practitioner to be able to have the necessary knowledge required in supporting patients as well as parents, through offering vital health promotion and advice.… Also to be considered is the effects of having pets such as dogs and cats around her. The term…
Relief of asthma with chiropractic care
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Relief of Asthma with Chiropractic Care Name of Author Institutional Affiliation Author's name, address, e-mail, phone number Advisor's name Abstract Objective: This article describes and discusses relief of asthma in a patient with back and shoulder pain receiving chiropractic care.… After six weeks of chiropractic care, the patient was able to exercise…
Risk Perception: THE RELATION BETWEEN INDOOR BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINANTS AND DEVELOPMENT OF ASTHMA IN CHILDREN IN THE UK
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In the UK context, deaths from asthma are uncommon, but asthma is a leading reason for visits to the General Practitioner (GP) and hospitalisation admissions. Off late asthma in children is on the decline, possibly because of better medical care but during 1955 and 2004, it… 0–4 and 5–14 years old were admitted to hospitals for asthma, respectively, in the UK,…
Graded discussion - Case study 76 year old man
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Graded Discussion-Case Study 76-Year-Old Man Name: Institution: Hypertension describes high blood pressure in the body that is beyond the recommended healthy levels in the body. This condition of the body is a chronic elevation of the arterial blood pressure, which forces the heart to work extra hard to circulate blood through the body.… Bronchospasm and…
Contribute to the complex nursing of clients
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Clients, more often than not, manifest with different problems; and even when they manifest with similar symptoms, they sometimes end up requiring different modes and types of treatment from the health care professionals. In coming up with an effective plan of care for any… She was admitted into the ward by wheel chair for investigation of increased abdominal…
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
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Gastro esophageal reflux disease is a chronic disorder of the digestive system where food, fluids, and stomach juices return back to the esophagus from the stomach. It can occur to people of any age, though it is most common in infants. This can cause irritation to the… Heartburn is a common symptom for GERD. Other symptoms may occur less frequently though…
Ig E deficiency
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The immunoglobulin E, also referred to as the IgE, is a class of antibodies that exists in the body in very minute quantities, mostly found in the lungs, the skin and the nasal mucosa membranes (Scadding & Kariyawasam, 2009). These antibodies play the role of stimulating… The immunoglobulin E (IgE) binds the environmental antigens or the parasitic infection…
Medication Management
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It is important that cholesterol levels are monitored to ensure the need for continuous administration of Simvastatin with such high dosage. Decreasing level of cholesterol may indicate the need to decrease the dosage. Multiple medications have great possibility of affecting the kidney and liver.… Dr. Mack's prescription could have been helpful with regards…
4four
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Therefore, it is the responsibility of the teacher to identify the most suitable learning method. However, there are also factors that contribute to effective learning that the teacher… Moreover, a student has disabilities and need special attendance. It is also the responsibility of the teacher in charge to ensure that the student receive special…
Clinical Case Formulation
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The patient started hearing voices since 3 years prior to consult (PTC), and receiving signals 1 year PTC, with it stopping only when he would bite his lip really hard or pull his hair. … The voices tell him to end his life because he does not belong in this world with other people. It also makes him do things he does not want to do by threatening to hurt his…
Document Management
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THE PROBLEM: The client company, Globtex, operating an oil refinery and chemical processing plant, close to an established residential area in outer Melbourne. Local residents are trying to force Globtex to cease any activities that result in toxic fumes polluting the air and causing the health problems, especially asthma, to the residents.… The problem…
Report
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There is therefore the need to adopt the use of efficient energy sources in order to save on the resources that are wasted. Low income households should adopt the use of home energy retrofits. Home… New homes built on traditional practices cannot improve the general respiratory health of occupants. Further, well executed energy retrofits have led to…
PRICING STRATEGIES
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There can be a number of pricing strategies that a pharmaceutical benefit manager can use to cut down the rising costs of health care products and services provided by the employers and also improving the quality of care for patients. It is observed that an employer has the… roximately $5, it means that the employer can save (8*5=40 each year, 40*5,000=…
Research and write an article on the human genome and how genetic var iation in the genome has a potential use in health screening
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They include both protein coding and noncoding DNA. This information is preserved within the 23 chromosome pairs as well as in the DNA molecule found in the mitochondria. The DNA content of human… This further comprises of Y chromosome (found in males only) and X chromosomes (two in females and one in males). A mitochondrial DNA is also inclusive in every…
Nursing Case Study Assessment
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Nursing Case Study Assessment Name of Institution Nursing Case Study Assessment Q1. From the case study, there are various priority nursing problems that the nurse must note during diagnosis.… This shows that she is staining to breathe. The other priority problem that the nurse should note in the diagnostic statement is that Jane is experiencing dehydration.…
European Union Law Case Study
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Where a Member State fails to implement a Directive by the date set in the Directive there is authority that an individual can commence an action in the national court or tribunal under the principle of direct effect. "organizations or bodies which were subject to the authority or control of the State or had special powers beyond those which result from the normal rules applicable to relations between individuals."1 …
Emissions case study
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Introduction Economic activity is associated with people’s need for survival. However, it cannot also be denied that there are major concerns that need to be addressed in every move towards progress. One of them is in line with health-related concerns. In this paper, the proponent discusses the impact of the plan for Sea port expansion in Long Beach San Pedro, California.…
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