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Mr Trosack: A Case Study on Eldery Care and Post-Surigical Placement
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Running Head: CASE STUDY Mr. Trosack 1 Mr. Trosack: A Case Study on Elderly Care and Post-Surgical Placement Name Class Date Mr. Trosack: A Case Study on Elderly Care and Post-Surgical Placement Part I: Assessment of the Situation The case of Mr. Trosack is complicated by a family who does not understand the importance of a new regimen for him.
Trosack are how he will maintain his medications, how he will service his dietary needs, and his safety within an environment that is not designed for his current need for a walker. In addition, Mr. Trosack’s mental state must be taken into consideration in order to define what will give him dignity and well-being in balance with his need for social interaction and care. Mr. Trosack has the additional diagnoses of both hypertension and diabetes that will require significant changes to his lifestyle, specifically related to food intake and taking medications. It will be essential for care to include systems of monitoring those changes through outside observation. In addition, his mobility issues need to be addressed in relationship to therapy and daily activities. Creating an interdisciplinary team to support his recovery and maintenance of his new lifestyle needs is essential in order to regain a higher level of health while maintaining a quality based life through which his mental state can remain sharp and engaged with the world. Miller (2006) reports that elderly patients that are treated through an interdisciplinary team approach are more likely to regain independence after surgery. This approach seems to be appropriate to Mr. Trosack’s best interests. ...
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