Patient educational plan for larry garcia

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PATIENT EDUCATIONAL PLAN FOR LARRY GARCIA Introduction A closer review of the comments of the patient during the interaction shows his lack of adequate knowledge about the disease in question, which is high blood pressure. The patient has displayed gaps in his education regarding the disease; he has shown clear signs that he is not bothered about the disease though he may want to control it.


The determination of interventional ways to fill the education gaps is, therefore, timely and necessary in protecting the health of the patient from further deterioration. For patients to have a sense of personal belonging to any health or disease interventions prepared for them, it is important to directly involve them. For this reason, the patient’s educational plan is prescribed that spells out specific roles to be played by both the patient and practitioner. An introduction to the disease process High blood pressure is one of the vascular regulatory system related diseases that proceeds in a manner that “the mechanisms that usually control arterial pressure within a certain (normal) range are altered” (Medi-Info, 2012). Medically, what this means is that there is a misplacement of the correct means by which arterial pressure is expected to function. Due to this misplacement, the arterial pressure is often identified to be operating out of range. The mechanisms responsible for controlling the arterial pressure are diverse and interrelated in function (Wierbicky, 2008). Some of these include but are not limited to the central nervous system, extracellular volume and renal pressor system (Medi-Info, 2012). ...
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