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PATH 370: WEEK 6 – SIGNATURE ASSIGNMENT Comprehensive Case Study on COPD, Heart Failure, Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus M.K. is a 45 year old female; measuring 5’5” and weighs 225 lbs. M.K. has a history of smoking about 22 years along with a poor diet. She has a history of Type II diabetes mellitus along with primary hypertension. M.K. has recently been diagnosed with chronic bronchitis. Her current symptoms include chronic cough, more severe in the mornings with sputum, light-headedness, distended neck veins, excessive peripheral edema, and increase urination at night. Her current medications include Lotensin and Lasix for the hypertension along with Glucophage for the Type II diabetes mellitus. The following are lab findings that are pertinent to this case: Vitals BP 158/98 mm Hg CBC Hematocrit 57% Glycosylated hemoglobin 7.3 % (HbA1c) Arterial Blood Gas Assessment PaCO₂ 52 mm Hg PaO₂ 48 mm Hg Lipid Panel Cholesterol 242 mg/dL HDL 32 mg/dL LDL 173 mg/dL Triglycerides 184 mg/dL 1. What clinical findings correlate with M.K.’s chronic bronchitis? What type of treatment and recommendations would be appropriate for M.K.’s chronic bronchitis? 2. Which type of heart failure would you suspect with M.K.? Explain the pathogenesis of how this type of heart failure develops. 3. According to the B.P. value, what stage of hypertension is M. K. experiencing? Explain the rationale for her current medications for her hypertension. Also, discuss the impact of this disease in the U.S. population. 4. According to the lipid panel, what other condition is M.K. at risk for? According to this case study, what other medications should be given and why? What additional findings correlate for both hypertension and Type II diabetes mellitus? 5. Interpret the lab value for HbA1c and explain the rationale for this value in relation to normal/abnormal body function. Running Head: ABBREVIATED TITLE ALL IN CAPS (50 characters max) Signature Assignment: Your full, complete title here Your Name West Coast University 1 ABBREVIATED TITLE (DO NOT PUT “RUNNING HEAD” ON ANY PAGE BUT PAGE 1) Abstract In this section, place all of the information given in the case study, including the table of lab findings. You do not have to rewrite the case study in your own words here – you may copy and paste directly from Blackboard (make sure you use proper formatting for spacing and font!). The abstract must be on a separate page. 2 ABBREVIATED TITLE (DO NOT PUT “RUNNING HEAD” ON ANY PAGE BUT PAGE 1) Full title here: Write your full, complete title here using proper APA format For your submission, you must write in essay form, but you can separate your paper into multiple paragraphs based on each question. For example: What clinical findings correlate with M.K.’s chronic bronchitis? Here, you can answer each question from the case study in essay/paragraph form. Make sure you completely answer the question, and that you provide IN TEXT CITATIONS IN PROPER APA FORMAT to support your conclusions. Improper or absent citations is considered to be plagiarism and may result in a grade of “0” for your signature assignment. Use as many paragraphs and pages that you need to completely answer the question. You should have at LEAST 4-5 pages of text for your assignment NOT INCLUDING title page, abstract, or references. Continue answering each question provided in the case study It is essential that you use the rubric to construct your answers to each question and to make sure you are following proper style, format, margins, spacing, font, and referencing requirements. 3 ABBREVIATED TITLE (DO NOT PUT “RUNNING HEAD” ON ANY PAGE BUT PAGE 1) References Put all of your references for your in-text citations here and start a new page. Again, make sure you are following APA format, and that you use both print and online sources – don’t forget your textbook is a reference! 4 ...
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Running head: COPD, HEART FAILURE, HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES MELLITUS 1

COPD, Heart Failure, Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus
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COPD, HEART FAILURE, HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES MELLITUS

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Abstract
M.K. is a 45-year-old female; measuring 5'5" and weighs 225 lbs. M.K. has a history of
smoking about 22 years along with a poor diet. She has a history of Type II diabetes mellitus
along with primary hypertension. M.K. has recently been diagnosed with chronic bronchitis. Her
current symptoms include a chronic cough, more severe in the mornings with sputum, lightheadedness, distended neck veins, excessive peripheral edema, and increase urination at night.
Her current medications include Lotensin and Lasix for hypertension along with Glucophage for
the Type II diabetes mellitus. The following are lab findings that are pertinent to this case:
VITALS
BP

158/98 mm Hg
CBC

Hematocrit

57%

Glycosylated hemoglobin

7.3%

(HbA1c)
Arterial Blood Gas Assessment
PaCO₂

52 mm Hg

PaO₂

48 mm Hg
Lipid Panel

Cholesterol

242 mg/dL

HDL

32 mg/dL

LDL

173 mg/dL

Triglycerides

184 mg/dL

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COPD, HEART FAILURE, HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES MELLITUS

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There are some clinical findings that correlate with the patient's chronic bronchitis as
evident in the lab results. Firstly, it is notable that the amount of carbon dioxide gas in the
arteries is abnormal. 52mmHg is so high that it indicates a problem with a person's respiratory
system. Normally, the range should be between 38mmHg and 42mmHg. Even if it were to
increase, 52 is a very high level, and that indicates a problem. Besides, ordinarily, the partial
oxygen level in the blood should range between 75mmHg and 100mmHg. The fact that M.K has
low levels at 48...

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