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HS111 Unit 6 Assignment 2 Template DIRECTIONS: Read through the medical report listed below and the follow the directions listed after the report. ABC Medical Center 7777 North West Street, Michigan 12345 – (555) 123-4567 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PATIENT NAME: Deana Martens MEDICAL RECORD: 8888888 DATE OF BIRTH: 3/26/1947 DATE OF ADMISSION: 1/19/2015 PROGRESS NOTE HISTORY: Deana Martens is a 67-year-old Caucasian female who was brought to the hospital via an ambulance and subsequently admitted to the hospital on 1/19/2015 for dysphasia, dysphagia, and right hemiparesis. Ms. Martens has history of HTN, and High Cholesterol. Husband states that patient is taking medication daily. No problems have been noted prior to 1 ½ hours ago when she began to show signs of right facial drooping and complained of cephalgia. Husband states the patient was unable to drink her coffee without the liquid spilling down her face. Per the husband, the patient was reaching in the cupboard for a dish, when her right arm started to fall. After sitting at the breakfast table, the patient began to rise, when she fell to the floor, and was unable to stand up without help. She showed a steady decline within minutes developing ataxia, dysphagia, and dysarthria. OBJECTIVE FINDINGS: Physical examination shows the patient was alert, and oriented x 2. Mild confusion noted to place. Gait was not assessed at this time due to hemiparesis. Grips were unequal. Right pupil was sluggish to respond to light. Right lower extremity was flaccid. Blood pressure was 180/92 mm Hg. Pulse, 78. Respirations, 18. Temperature 98.7. Chest radiograph, Urinalysis, CBC, PTT, Basic Chemistry Panel and ABGs were obtained. ABGs showed low 02 saturation. CT scan showed negative for an intracerebral hemorrhage. A neurology consultation was obtained. Neurologist confirmed the diagnosis of an ischemic stroke after an MRI of the brain demonstrated an ischemic area of the left cerebral cortex caused by a cerebral embolism. IMPRESSION: Hemiparesis, HTN, Ischemic Stroke TREATMENT SUMMARY: The patient was given Alteplase 0.9 mg/kg IV infused over 1 hour for first bolus. Continued with 0.81 mg/kg as continuous infusion over 60 minutes. Mannitol was started IV post Alteplase infusion. Patient transferred to ICU. Neuro checks ordered q 2 hrs. On the second hospital day, the patient developed hypotension, N & V. Reglan given IV and normal saline was increased to 150 drops per minute for 2 hours, then titrated down to 75. After 5 hours, patient BP was within normal limits, N & V subsided. Aggrenox started one capsule bid. Third day inpatient stay was unremarkable. Patient was transferred to medical floor. PT/OT, speech therapy ordered. Neuro checks reduced to every 4 hours. No further decline noted. Fourth inpatient stay, patient responding to PT/OT well. Use of walker with one assist. Gait and grip improving. No further neurological deficits noted. Discharge planning started. Rehabilitation facility recommended for continued PT/OT and speech therapy. Family educated on treatment plan, patient transferred to extended care facility for rehabilitation. Continue antiplatelet therapy. Informed patient and family to follow-up with neurologist one week after discharge from rehab. PART 1: Using the information provided in Progress Note above, please complete the following information. In this Assignment, imagine you are a medical professional working at ABC Medical Center. Your patient is Mrs. Martens. Her daughter, Rae Sibley, has just arrived from Colorado. She is concerned about her mother’s well-being. You will be meeting with the patient’s daughter to update her on what has occurred during her hospital stay, the subsequent transfer to the rehabilitation facility, and a discharge plan. Use the information from the Progress Note to update Rae Sibley on her mother’s condition. You will be translating the medical information from the report into layman’s terms in order for the patient and patient’s daughter to understand. Please be sure use complete sentences, proper grammar, and spelling. You can use medical terms, however, you must also use layman’s terminology. Remember, it is your job to explain to the patient’s daughter what has occurred. You may need to use outside sources. Your explanation to Rae Sibley should be 500 words or more. Cite your reference(s) in APA format at the end of your explanation. Type your translation of the Progress Note below. Make sure to use layman’s terms in order for Rae to understand what has occurred. REFERENCE: (APA formatted references are required – list them below) PART 2 – For this part, you will be completing the crossword puzzle that is below the table. Instead of entering your answers into the crossword puzzle, enter your responses in the table provided. Part 2: Enter your responses to the crossword puzzle here. There are 20 answers No. 1 4 6 7 9 10 12 16 17 18 20 Across No. 2 3 5 8 11 13 14 15 19 Down Across 1. 4. 6. 7. 9. 10. 12. 16. 17. 18. 20. Medical term for “fetus with a small head” Region meaning “inferior to the umbilical” Combining form for “urea, nitrogen” Blood test used to determine the concentrations of oxygen-carrying components in erythrocytes Prefix for “fast or rapid” Medical suffix for “loosening, dissolution, separating” Name of a skin lesion that is characterized as “flat, colored spot” Medical term for “painful or difficult urination” Medical term for “inflammation of the vein” Medical term for “expelling matter from the stomach through the mouth” Medical term for “rapid loss of blood” Down 2. 3. 5. 8. 11. 13. 14. 15. 19. Medical term for fingers and toes. Suffix for cell Abbreviation for white blood cell. Another term for urinate or void Abbreviation for abdomen Prefix for “normal or good” Medical term for “pertaining to vision” Prefix for “two” Origin term for “name of person"
Assignment 2 Grading Rubric Course: HS111 Unit: 6 Points: 150 Unit 6 Assignment 2 – Progress Report Translation Course outcomes assessed in this activity: HS111-5: Demonstrate the ability to translate medical terminology and information into layman's terms for non-medical personnel or patients. GEL-1.1: Demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard American English. GEL-8.2: Use principles of sound reasoning. Instructions (There are two parts to Assignment 2.) You must download the template, fill out the template, and upload as one document to the Assignment 2 Dropbox. PART 1: In this Assignment 2, imagine you are a medical professional working at ABC Medical Center. Your patient is Mrs. Martens. Her daughter, Rae Sibley, has just arrived from Colorado. She is concerned about her mother’s well-being. You will be meeting with the patient’s daughter to update her on what has occurred during her hospital stay, the subsequent transfer to the rehabilitation facility and a discharge plan. Use the information from the Progress Note to update Rae Sibley on her mother’s condition. You will be translating the medical information from the report into layman’s terms in order for the patient and patient’s daughter to understand. Please be sure use complete sentences, proper grammar, and spelling. You can use medical terms, however, you must also use layman’s terminology. Remember, it is your job to explain to the patient’s daughter what has occurred. You may need to use outside sources. Your explanation to Rae Sibley should be 500 words or more. Cite your reference/references in APA format at the end of your explanation. Written Assignment requirements: Written work should be free of spelling, grammar, and APA errors. Points deducted from the grade for each writing, spelling, or grammar error are at your instructor’s discretion. Please be sure to download the file “Writing Center Resources” from Doc Sharing to assist you with meeting APA expectations. PART 2 You will be completing a crossword puzzle. Instead of entering your answers into the crossword puzzle, enter your responses in the table provided within the Unit 6 Assignment Template. There are 20 answers. Copyright Kaplan University Assignment 2 Grading Rubric Course: HS111 Unit: 6 Points: 150 Review the grading rubric below before beginning this activity. Assignment grading rubric = 150 points UNIT 6- Assignment Criteria Points possible You can successfully identify the patient’s medical history and using layman’s terminology. 10 You can successfully identify the patient’s symptoms using layman’s terminology. 20 You can successfully identify the findings of the physical examination that was performed in the ER and why the patient was admitted to the hospital using layman’s terminology. 20 You can successfully identify the testing, subsequent results and diagnosis using layman’s terminology. 20 You can successfully identify the patient’s treatment while in hospital using layman’s terminology. 20 You can successfully identify the proper follow up care for the patient using layman’s terminology. 20 You can successfully identify conditions, abbreviations, diagnostic tests, and medical terms in the crossword. 40 SCORES EARNED FOR EACH CRITERIA TOTAL 150 Points in this area are deducted from the SCORE EARNED TOTAL: Proper use of spelling and grammar, APA formatting, and naming the document per the directions in the Syllabus. 8 FINAL SCORE Copyright Kaplan University Points earned by student

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PROGRESS REPORT TRANSLATION
Ms. Deana Martens was brought to the hospital as an emergency case on 1/19/2015. She
was admitted for dysphasia - a disorder that affects the generation of speech and comprehension;
difficulty in swallowing referred to as dysphagia and weakness of the entire right side of the
body, a condition known as hemiparesis. She has a history of hypertension and high cholesterol.
Hypertension is high blood pressure to a level which is likely to induce damage in the heart or
blood vessels or can have other adverse effects (Charbonian et al, 2004). While cholesterol (a
fatty substance found in all body cells) is important to the body, high amounts of it mean that
there is a possibility of developing fatty deposits in the blood vessels. The deposits may restrict
enough blood from flowing through the arteries. In the situation where the heart does not get
adequate oxygen, the risk of heart attack increases. If the decreased flow is to the brain, the risk
is getting a stroke (Charbonian et al, 2004).
It was established that Ms. Martens was taking medicine daily and had no problems one
and a half hours before admission. She then began showing loss of facial movements on the right
side and compl...

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