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    Matzo Research Paper

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    Jewish foods are mainly centered around religion, these being matzo, a sympathetic-magic food and tzimmes which is a famous cultural prestige food. One of the most common Jewish foods is matzo, also called matza and matzah which is classified as a sympathetic magic food. These foods are symbolic and often used in religious contexts. Matzo is an unleavened bread, that is said to be the official food of the Jewish holiday Passover. During Passover, the bread is broken into pieces and eaten at certain times during the celebration. Matzo is forbidden to contain 5 specific grains including…

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    Over four hundred salads, two hundred sandwiches, and one thousand soups prepared that was the busiest lunch rush in Panera Breads recent history. Panera Bread, of Hadley is a restaurant franchise that serves thousands of customers every day and satisfies the vast majority of them. My job is to train you to be an employee with the necessary patience and training. Training to help develop the know how and muscle memory to become a valued employee at this successful franchise. Congrats on being…

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    Peri-Death Process

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    The final hours before death are known as the peri-death period (Matzo & Sherman, 2015). During the peri-death period two bodily processes often happen simultaneously. The body begins to physically shut down, and an emotional and spiritual release occurs as the physical body approaches death (Matzo & Sherman, 2015). Matzo and Sherman (2015 describe certain physical symptoms that become evident as an individual approaches end-of-life (EOL). Metabolism transformations in the body cause sleep…

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    Bronchodilators, Mucolytics, Diuretics, and Anxiolytics can be given for the progression of COPD, and the symptoms that accompany this disease (Matzo & Sherman, 2015, pp. 338-339). These medications can be used to decrease inflammation and exacerbations, as well as decrease the anxiety he experiences. It is also important for him to cluster his activities, take frequent naps, and not overexert…

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    Estelle is unable to move and therefore increasing her risk of potentially acquiring pressure ulcers or skin tears. Although the compromise of skin integrity is not always inevitable in a patient who are undergoing palliative care (Matzo & Sherman, 2015) interventions must be set in place to prevent this issue. These may include having the nurse complete daily skin assessments to evaluate the integrity and intervene early if any signs are noted that could indicate a potential risk factor.…

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    Reading your post was a pleasure; in it you discussed the importance of dignity, respect and compassion in the nursing field, as well as the role nurses play in providing hospice care. Hospice care is provided to patients during their last six months of life and focuses on care that is palliative, meaning emphasis is placed on relieving symptoms such as pain and stress. An important principle of hospice care centers on respecting the needs, and values of patients (Matzo & Sherman, 2015). This…

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    It’s an act with an intention to end one’s life to relieve them of further suffering and is sometimes misunderstood and used incorrectly. Sanders & Chaloner (2007) stated it is more appropriately defined as assisted dying, which has an influence on healthcare practice as it elicits valid ethical questions. The controversy revolves around the moral validity and acceptability of voluntary euthanasia. Ethical concepts such as rights and autonomy are argued by those who favor this act. A specific…

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    Effective Pain Management

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    As a nurse I would say the most difficult barrier to overcome would be the clinician related barrier. The reason I choose this is instead of patient related pain management, is because through experience and a proper assessment you can identify if a patient is in pain. If they say they are not in pain this offers an opportunity for patient education. Matzo and Sherman (2015) identified some clinician barriers as: inadequate knowledge of pain management, incomplete assessments of pain, regulation…

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    of Ernst Winter were found, neatly packaged and distributed around the small Polish town of Konitz. Two days earlier, Ernst Winter was brutally murdered; his blood was drained from his body while each of his limbs were cut with a sawblade. The townspeople quickly made two assumptions about the murder: the murderer must’ve been Jewish because of the drained blood and the murderer must’ve been a butcher because of the incredibly precise incisions. This presumptuous criterion led directly to…

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    Anti-Semitism has been a reoccurring practice throughout the development of European society particularly in the harshest times. Economic hardship on peasants in the Middle Ages saw blame placed upon the Jews. Superstitions that Jews drained blood of Christian children to make matzo were widely believed among Europeans which only fueled violence. The Jews often lived in their own sections of cities and usually only mingled amongst themselves which didn’t help dispel any of these allegations. Any…

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