Candidiasis is a yeast-like fungal infection that most commonly presents itself as a red, smooth, yet scaly rash. What are some risk factors for this fungal infection?What is the oral form of candidiasis called and how is it treated?What is tinea corporis & what is its unique presentation which helps with identification of this condition? What body part is affected by tinea pedis?. What are some risk factors for tinea pedis?Parasitic skin infections: Pediculosis, ScabieHow is pediculosis capitis, also known as head lice transmitted?How is head lice treated?What precautions need to be taken for a household where one member has head lice? Describe how scabies affect a human.What precautions need to be taken for a household where one member is infected by scabies?Non-infectious Inflammatory skin conditions: Eczema, Psoriasis
after a day of clinical , write a reflection on the following. half a page for each topic is fine.1.Client Advocacy: Health Care disparity and Vulnerable population2. Nursing Care of Aggregates in the Community(FYI half a page for number 1 and half a page for number 2) then filled the Ati tem
Acute Respiratory Distress SyndromePatient ProfileZ.Q., 84-year-old Hispanic male, came to the emergency department (ED) 7 days ago with complaints of shortness of breath. His wife stated that he had a history of hypertension, depression, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The admission chest x-ray revealed dense consolidation of the left lower lobe. An arterial blood gas (ABG) at that time showed: pH 7.60, PaCO2 29mm/Hg, HC03 32mmol/L, and PaO2 75mm/Hg. Z.Q. quickly deteriorated and subsequently was intubated. He has been in the intensive care unit for 5 days.Subjective Data· Z.Q. and wife have been married 45 years and live with a daughter and 2 grandchildren· Z.Q. and his wife speak both English and SpanishObjective DataPhysical Examination· Blood pressure 167/98, pulse 112, temperature102.0° F, respirations 14, oxygen saturation 72% on 6L via venture mask.· Height 5 feet 6 inches, weight 75 kg· Patient localizes to endotracheal tube (ETT) and is intermittently aroused, making several attempts to pull ETT· Orally intubated #7.5 ETT, taped at 27 cm to lip· Volume cycled ventilator at FIO2 – 60%, in assist control mode of 14 breaths per minute, tidal volume 450, positive end-expiratory pressure PEEP5 cm H2O· Breath sounds decreased in bases with bilateral crackles that do not clear after suctioning· Brown/yellow secretions returned with suctioning· Peripheral pulses weak at 1/4 with capillary refill greater than 4 seconds· 2+ pitting edema in the bilateral lower extremitiesNewly Obtained Diagnostic Study Results· Arterial blood gas (ABG) pH 7.31, PaCO2 58mm/Hg, HCO3 28mmol/L, PaO2 54mm/Hg, EtCO2 38 mm/Hg Chest x-ray reveals diffuse white out in middle and lower lobes; endotracheal tube present with tip well above the carina; left subclavian central venous catheter is located in the superior vena cava· CT scan reveals alveolar opacities with increasing effusions in the gravity-dependent areas of the lungsComplete the following Case study questions. Answers must be thorough and cited appropriately in APA formatInterpret Z.Q.s latest set of ABGs.Describe each of Z.Q.’s ventilator settings and the rationale for the selection of each.After reviewing Z.Qs ABG results, the provider increases the PEEP from 5 cm H2O to 8cm H2O. Why would this be necessary and what is the expected outcome associated with this action?The provider decides to begin Z.Q. on IV dobutamine and milrinone. What is the rationale for using each of these medications?Based on the assessment data, what are the nursing priorities for Z.Q.?List three potential adverse complications with mechanical ventilation.You are concerned about Z.Q.s nutritional status and approach the provider for a dietary consult, thinking that Z.Q. is a candidate for enteral feedings with Pulmocare. What is your reason for making this recommendation?
Course ReflectionA poem by T.S. Eliot (1943) says, We had the experience but missed the meaning. As your experience in this course comes to a close, I dont want you to miss the meaning of the materials you have read, papers you have written, and discussions we have had throughout the session. They are more than a series of assignments and gradesthe end result should be an improvement in your higher-order thinking and your ability to make connections between thoughts and ideas. You can achieve that through reflection, the art of taking charge of your own mind.Reflection is a mental process that challenges you to use critical thinking to examine the course information, analyze it carefully, make connections with previous knowledge and experience, and draw conclusions based on the resulting ideas. A well-cultivated critical thinker (Paul & Elder, 2008):raises vital questions and problems, formulating them clearly and precisely;gathers and assesses relevant information, using abstract ideas to interpret it effectively;comes to well-reasoned conclusions and solutions, testing them against relevant criteria and standards;thinks open-mindedly within alternative systems of thought, recognizing and assessing, as need be, their assumptions, implications, and practical consequences; andcommunicates effectively with others in figuring out solutions to complex problems.For this discussion, take some time to reflect upon two concepts that you learned in this course. What are the concepts? ( Health Policies, and affordable healthcare). What insight or ideas did you gain from learning each of these concepts? Were there aspects of the concepts that you would challenge? What is the importance of these concepts to health administration? How will you use this new wisdom in your current or future career?In order to earn maximum credit, the comment should be more than your opinion, and more than a quick off the top of your head response. Be sure to support your statements, cite sources properly, cite within the text of your comments, and list your reference(s). The response must be a minimum of 250 words.
Scholarship Essay TopicPlease prepare a 750-word essay that answers the following:What is a passion or hobby of yours, and what role does it play in your educational journey?If you refer to my website www.FromOurHeartsChicago.com it will show you my passion and help you write this 750 word essay.Scholarship Eligibility RequirementsApplicants must meet one of the following criteria:Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate programCurrent high school senior that has been accepted into a college or university
Have to write about why I chose pharmacy and have to write a personal experience as an employee at a (family business) FDA regulated pharmaceuticals. I worked as a QA employee, thus have to write about how I helped maintain integrity, maintain procedure for production, BMR checks. Also, mention how I can expand the business in terms of pharmacy and commercially. Moreover, mention how I want to introduce ANDA products in this facility which can expand the margin and the business.https://www.pharmaguideline.com/2019/05/abbreviated-new-drug-application-anda.html
Activity DetailsPerform the following tasks:Research the information presented within Box 8-3 (pp. 140) and respond to the following questions:1. Which theory do you support?2. What do you think is the best use of insurance?3. If insurance does not cover low-cost and predictable events, should another resource be available to assist individuals, or should people pay out of their own pockets for these healthcare needs?
Home>Nursing homework helpnursingpowerReaching out a SolutionIn a Microsoft Word document of 4-5 pages formatted in APA 7 style, you will develop a process for advocating about an issue as a nurse, from identifying a problem that needs to be solved through articulating a process for doing so.This assignment consists of answering each of the questions listed below from the Political Analysis and Strategies chapter of your course textbook. Write each question as a new topic area; then follow with a paragraph or two to answer the question.***Let us assume that you are a school nurse in a high school. At a recent school athletic event, a spectator suffered a cardiac arrest in the stands. A coach of the home team went into the high school to fetch the automatic emergency defibrillator (AED) only to find out that it was not readily available. In the meantime, an emergency squad arrived and resuscitated the spectator. On Monday morning, you learn of the absence of the AED only to find out that it had been locked in the custodians closet. Reflect on the following questions outlined in the Political Analysis and Strategies chapterWhat is the issue?Is it my issue, and can I solve it?Is this the real issue or merely a symptom of a larger one?Does it need an immediate solution, or can it wait?Is it likely to go away by itself?Can I risk ignoring it?What are the possible solutions? Are there risks to these solutions?What steps would you need to take in order to solve the issue?Does anyone else at the school need to be involved in the solution?Where is the power leverage in the school to reach the preferred solution?Reaching a solution requires the use of power vested in the nurse. Review Box 8-1 (Sources of Power) and determine which type(s) of power the school nurse has in this situation. State your reasons for your answer.On a separate references page, cite all sources using APA 7 format.Please note that the title and reference pages should not be included in the total page count of your paper.
DQ1Summarize the six steps of hypothesis testing. Propose a scenario in which hypothesis testing is applied to public health data.DQ2Compare and contrast descriptive and inferential statistics. Discuss why both descriptive and inferential statistics are used in the analysis of public health data.