Patient Treatment Course Project

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In this first submission of your Course Project, you will be completing the background information on the client you selected from your clinical experience. Be sure you select a client for this project who is NOT in a terminal phase of illness/condition. This first written assignment should be no more than 3 -4 pages. Include the following:

Selection of Client and Background Information

  1. The client's age, illness or condition, and general information about their family/significant others. Also include their gender, religion, and ethnic origin
  2. Medications being taken and possible side or adverse effects

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In this first submission of your Course Project, you will be completing the background information on the client you selected from your clinical experience. Be sure you select a client for this project who is NOT in a terminal phase of illness/condition. This first written assignment should be no more than 3 -4 pages. Include the following:

Selection of Client and Background Information


The client's age, illness or condition, and general information about their family/significant others. Also include their gender, religion, and ethnic origin



Age: 73

Gender: female

Religion: Interdenominational

Ethnic Origin: Europe

Code status:  Full code

Children: 1

Marital status: Divorced

Therapy: non

Special Instructions: Preferences for taking medications – whole pills, water with ice

Illness/Condition: Cardiomyopathy, unspecified, Paroxysmal A-Fib, Presence of Prostatic Heart Valve, Essential (Primary) Hypertension, Atherosclerotic Heart Disease of Native Coronary Artery without Angina Pectoris, Chronic Kidney Disease – Stage 4 (severe), Unspecified Fracture of the Lower End of Right Radius, Anemia, unspecified

Family history: Negative for bleeding disorders/ other familial disease that would affect care plan

General information

Allergies: No Known Allergies

Diet: Regular diet, Regular Texture texture, Thin liquid consistency

Medications:


OxyCODONE HCL Tab 5 mg 

Give 5 mg PO every 4 hours as needed for pain


Senna-S Tabs 8.6-50 mg

Give 1 tab PO as needed for constipation. Take two times daily as needed. If no bowel movement by Post OP day 4, add laxative such Milk of Magnesium or Miralax.


Metoprolol Tartrate Tab

Give 25 mg PO two times a day for hypotension.


Tylenol Tab (Acetaminophen) 

Give 1000 mg PO four times a day for pain. No more than 4 grams per 24 hours


Aspirin 81 Tab Chewable 81 mg (Aspirin)

1 tab PO one time a day for Atrial Fibrillation


Lasix Tab (Furosemide)

10 mg PO one time a day for edema, CHF


Vitamin B12 Tab 100 mcg (Cyanocobalanol)

1 Tab PO one time a day for supplement


Vitamin D3 Tab (Cholecalciferol)

2000 units PO one time a day for osteoporosis

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In this first submission of your Course Project, you will be completing the background information on the client you selected from your clinical experience. Be sure you select a client for this project who is NOT in a terminal phase of illness/condition. This first written assignment should be no more than 3 -4 pages. Include the following: Selection of Client and Background Information 1. The client's age, illness or condition, and general information about their family/significant others. Also include their gender, religion, and ethnic origin 2. Medications being taken and possible side or adverse effects Age: 73 Gender: female Religion: Interdenominational Ethnic Origin: Europe Code status: Full code Children: 1 Marital status: Divorced Therapy: non Special Instructions: Preferences for taking medications – whole pills, water with ice Illness/Condition: Cardiomyopathy, unspecified, Paroxysmal A-Fib, Presence of Prostatic Heart Valve, Essential (Primary) Hypertension, Atherosclerotic Heart Disease of Native Coronary Artery without Angina Pectoris, Chronic Kidney Disease – Stage 4 (severe), Unspecified Fracture of the Lower End of Right Radius, Anemia, unspecified Family history: Negative for bleeding disorders/ other familial disease that would affect care plan General information Allergies: No Known Allergies Diet: Regular diet, Regular Texture texture, Thin liquid consistency Medications: 1. OxyCODONE HCL Tab 5 mg Give 5 mg PO every 4 hours as needed for pain 2. Senna-S Tabs 8.6-50 mg Give 1 tab PO as needed for constipation. Take two times daily as needed. If no bowel movement by Post OP day 4, add laxative such Milk of Magnesium or Miralax. 3. Metoprolol Tartrate Tab Give 25 mg PO two times a day for hypotension. 4. Tylenol Tab (Acetaminophen) Give 1000 mg PO four times a day for pain. No more than 4 grams per 24 hours 5. Aspirin 81 Tab Chewable 81 mg (Aspirin) 1 tab PO one time a day for Atrial Fibrillation 6. Lasix Tab (Furosemide) 10 mg PO one time a day for edema, CHF 7. Vitamin B12 Tab 100 mcg (Cyanocobalanol) 1 Tab PO one time a day for supplement 8. Vitamin D3 Tab (Cholecalciferol) 2000 units PO one time a day for osteoporosis ...
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NicholasI
School: Purdue University

Hi, kindly find attached

Running Head: ASTHMA TREATMENT

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Asthma Treatment
Student’s Name
Institution
Date

ASTHMA


Age: 75



Gender: Male



Religion: Christian



Ethnic Origin: Europe



Code status: Full code



Children: 3



Marital status: Divorced



Therapy: None



Special Instructions: Preferences for taking medications – Whole pills, Warm water.



Illness- Asthma (Allergic bronchopulmonary mycosis)



Family history- A history of parents and two siblings who showed signs of asthma

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between after reaching 55 years. There is however no other familial disease that would
the designated affect care plan.
General Information
The patient is on a regular diet that comprises proteins, carbohydrates and a lot of vitamins as the
intake of fruits is on a high. The allergy associated with the patient is on some particular scents
and just that.
Medications
The medication of asthma as a disease can be challenging if not well understood, and this is
because of the fact that the disease varies from person to person. It is also important to underline
the fact that the medication plays a very instrumental part in how the condition is managed. The

ASTHMA

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treatment, in this case, will b geared towards a specific goal, and that is to make sure that the
patient as mentioned earlier gets a degree of comfort while managing this disease.
The following are the medications for this case;
Long-acting beta-agonists- A beta-agonist can be termed as a type of drug called a
bronchodilator. This goes a long way to helping with the opening of the individual's airways and
hence ease breathing by a significant extent(Yilmaz and Yuksel, 2016).
Long-acting anticholinergics- Just like in the previous poi...

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