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Melissa Franks Telehealth and i-Human Nursing Notes from telehealth • Melissa Franks 26 years old; 34 weeks & 3 days pregnant • No known allergies ... [Show More] • Called into telehealth because she fell at 12:15pm going up her stairs and fell onto her stomach • She is experiencing vaginal bleeding • Vaginal bleeding is enough to fill a pad and explained it as “both dark red and bright” • She rates her abdominal pain as 7/10; feels like an aching/pressure pain • She also believes she has had about 5-6 contractions in the last hour since she fell; she feels her baby move in current time • She is also experiencing back pain • We have advised the patient to call 911 to get an ambulance to take her to the hospital • She refused an ambulance and she stated she cannot afford that due to the current COVID-19 situation. She also expressed her concern about going to the ER and getting exposed to COVID-19. • We advised to call a family member and that she needs to go to the ER immediately because her and her baby’s life is at risk. • She expressed she would find someone to take her to the hospital and hung up the phone abruptly [Show Less]
iHuman Patient: Luciana Gonzalez Prework • Macrolide: Azithromycin, erythromycin, clarithromycin • UTI Signs and symptoms for adults confusion, you... [Show More] nger wet the bed. o A strong, persistent urge to urinate o A burning sensation when urinating o Passing frequent, small amounts of urine o Urine that appears cloudy o Urine that appears red, bright pink or cola-colored — a sign of blood in the urine o Strong-smelling urine o Pelvic pain, in women — especially in the center of the pelvis and around the area of the pubic bone [Show Less]
Gerald Green Case Study [i-Human Patients • What do you anticipate the patient’s home medications prior to admission might be? Why? • What medicat... [Show More] ions do you anticipate the healthcare provider would prescribe while the patient is in the hospital? Why? • What medications do you anticipate the healthcare provider prescribing for the patient’s discharge? Why ] [Show Less]
A 25 year-old male paraplegic who arrives at the emergency department via private car. Over the past two days, he has experienced an increase in nasal cong... [Show More] estion, headache, and diaphoresis. 1. What are your primary concerns for this patient and what assessments and interventions would be associated with your concerns? Why? 2. What do you anticipate the patient’s home medications prior to admission might be? Why? 3. What medications do you anticipate the healthcare provider would prescribe while the patient is in the hospital? Why? 4. What medications do you anticipate the healthcare provider prescribing for the patient’s discharge? Why? [Show Less]
i. Which essential questions will you ask a pediatric patient or his or her caregiver when the presenting complaint is bloody diarrhea? Will these question... [Show More] s vary depending upon the child’s age? Why or why not? ii. What clinical or historical findings will indicate the need for diagnostic studies and why? Which diagnostic studies will you initially order and why? iii. What would be three differential diagnoses in this case? iv. How do the common causes of vomiting differ in infants, children, and adolescents? v. What clinical or historical findings will indicate the need for diagnostic studies and why? vi. Which diagnostic studies will you initially order and why? [Show Less]
How would you evaluate and manage a pediatric patient who has a painful swelling of the hands and feet, fatigue, or fussiness? Which diagnostic studies wou... [Show More] ld you recommend for this patient and why? What physical exam findings and diagnostic results would be concerning to you and why? What would be three differentials in this case? In SCD, the spleen doesn’t work properly or doesn’t work at all. This problem makes people with SCD more likely to get severe infections. What is the treatment for Miah and education for the family? [Show Less]
Case Pt is Aaron Preston male, age 7. Pt was brought into ER at 1700 by mother due to difficulty breathing. He has a history of asthma. Mother states that... [Show More] difficulty breathing started today after school while playing outside. Mother also stated that there is smoke in their area due to wildfires. Neb treatment given at home with little effect. Mother is providing the history. BACKGROUND- PMH: Asthma. Current medications: Albuterol and neb treatment prn. SH: Pt lives with mother and father and older sister. Pet and smoke free home. Activities: Pt is in scouts and swimming. ASSESSMENT: Vitals: BP: 108/60 RR:32 HR:108 SpO2: 94% PAIN: 4/10 TEMP: 98.6 [Show Less]
Betty burn was a member of the group of warriors of hope. This group consisted of breast cancer fighters who came together to give hope to each other. Unfo... [Show More] rtunately, Betty Burns battled hard and passed away in August 2012. Breast burn is a burning sensation in one’s breast caused by functional, extrinsic or uncontrolled conditions. The burning pain is experienced inside the breast. However, because of the breast innervations, the pain might radiate to the chest, back, arm and neck. Historically, the menstrual cycle of a woman (some days to menstrual flow) causes the breasts to increase in volume. The degree of tension, discomfort, and sensation is variable in women during this time but disappears after menstruation is over. However, persistence and severity of such symptoms is the primary reason premenopausal individuals look for medical check-ups for breast burns. Such patients are often erroneously diagnosed for fibrocystic diseases. [Show Less]
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