Essay on HLTEN513B Student Assessment Case Studies

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Student Name: Student ID:

Group: Date:

Assessment Coding
Assessment for this unit of competency is based on competency based grading. Assessments are weighted and your assessment will be marked with a percentage and grade. Grades applied to assessment in this unit of competency are:

Competency Not Achieved (CNA)
0-49%
Competency achieved – graded (CAG)
50-59%
Competent with Credit (CC)
60-69%
Competent with Distinction (CDI)
70-79%
Competent with High Distinction (CHD)
80-100%

Re-assessment
Any re-assessment is conducted as soon as practicable after you have been informed of the requirement to be re-assessed and have been given the opportunity to be re-trained and assimilate the training. You are re-assessed
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He was conscious when he fell and sustained a minor laceration on his upper right arm and right lower leg, but has no other major injuries. Upon admission, Mr. Papadakis’ vital signs are: blood pressure - 156/72mmHg, heart rate - 104bpm, respiratory rate - 16, temperature - 36.0 C and blood glucose level - 16.2 mmol/L.

15 years ago, Mr Papadakis was diagnosed with type II diabetes mellitus (T2DM). When he was diagnosed, his GP suggested he try to lose weight. As a result, the client attempted to exercise more but reported experiencing pain during physical activity. He was subsequently diagnosed with osteoarthritis and failed to achieve any weight loss.

He is currently 160cm tall and weighs 78kg. Other medical history includes: stage 2 chronic kidney disease and a recent diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.

The management for his T2DM has recently changed from oral hypoglycaemic agents to insulin injections twice a day. He has a Greek speaking background, but understands some English. On admission, He stated, “I eat whatever my wife puts in front of me. She is a good cook. I just have extra insulin when I think I have eaten too much”.

A plan is to transfer Mr. Papadakis to a rehabilitation facility tomorrow. He lives with his wife in a two storey house, only a few blocks away from their son. His usual routine involves socialising with friends at lunchtime and looking after the

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