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    Cystic Fibrosis Presentation Cystic fibrosis is genetic disorder. It is an inherited disorder that can result in a severe damage to the respiratory and digestive systems. This disorder can affect the lungs, pancreas, intestines, liver and even the sex organs. Cystic fibrosis builds up a thick and sticky mucus in the lungs and other respiratory and digestive organs in our body. For an infant to be at risk of developing Cystic Fibrosis, both parents must pass on the abnormal gene to the infant.…

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    The topic of Dr. Jeffres presentation was C.S. Lewis. The thesis centered on Lewis’s success despite adversity. Due to the format of the presentation, many of the key points of the lecture focused on important dates in Lewis’s life. One of the more notable dates that was discussed was the birth date of Lewis, which happened to be November 29, 1898. As was pointed out by Dr. Jeffres, Lewis was born in Ireland, which came as a bit of a surprise to me as for some reason I always believed he was…

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    Correction of Non Cephalic Presentation Within the realm of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a marvelous treatment option for pregnant women whose unborn child has not yet inverted to the position of head down as the time for birth approaches. Cephalic presentation is typically expected in the third trimester by the 34th week. When discussed in Western Medical practices this condition is known as Non-Cephalic Presentation (NCP). In more non-scientific circles the common title is known as a…

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    Prednisone: 5mg daily PO. Patient is on this medication for severe inflammation and due to immune suppression from chemo/radiation. (deltasone, meticorten, prednisone intensol) anti-inflammatory med, corticosteroid. Side effects: peptic ulcer/possible perforation, depression, hypertension, circulatory problems, nausea, diarrhea, abdominal distension, hyperglycemia, psychic derangements. Nursing considerations: monitor blood sugar in diabetic patients due to cause’s hyperglycemia. Contact…

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    important thing in making a presentation intriguing. So body language is important because with the right movement, it can make people interested with your presentation and easier to elucidate the presentation. Most of the time, your friends don’t pay attention to your presentation because they may find your presentation boring. That can happened because you don’t use your body language properly or you just stand there and not move at all. If you don’t move at all in a presentation, it can be…

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    Final Presentation I developed a power point presentation, which was my primary method of information delivery. When developing the power point presentation, I focused on what I felt my audience not only wanted but needed for information to keep their attention. In addition to using the power point presentation, I displayed a poster board and handed out a flyer/fact sheet, which was developed by the CDC on influenza vaccination. The nurse could in turn hand out this flyer to his/her patients…

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    Patient Center Presentation Patient Background Information D.D is a 56 years old female she was admitted to the hospital with complain of flue-like symptoms. The patient symptoms started on Monday. On Friday she stated that “I felt weakness all over and I called my cousin to take me to the hospital. In the ER patient presented with productive cough, body aches, runny nose, feeling feverish, and weakness. The patient history is diabetes, gastric bypass in 4/2015, hypertension, asthma and…

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    astonished by the presentation of the scholar. In fact, I was actually ecstatic to leave that night with a load of knowledge on Flannery O’Conner’s short story “A Good Man is Hard to Find.” Instead, I left the seminar disappointed without any gain of knowledge. The sad part is that we were all told he would give a depth detailed analysis of Flannery O’Conner’s, “A Good Man is Hard to Find.” We all came prepared by reading the short story ahead of time. We sat down at the presentation expecting…

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    While presenting my groups Rad Town presentation, I saw plenty things that we did well and things we could have improved on or changed. All in all I feel that we had a well rounded presentation. During Dallas’ portion, I think he was a little to loquacious for the good of our project. We could have done a better job helping him explain some of the bigger words and objects that he mentioned. We also could have helped him round up some of his points.Even though there were some parts that were…

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    during your presentation: Another important aspect is timing. How long should you take to make your speech? Some think that it should all depend on the subject you want to talk about, which is true; but you should also think about the timing for the speech by asking yourself just how much is enough to inform, entertain or educate people. How much is enough for questions after the speech? How long is long enough, when you are using accessories or tools to help you for your presentation? 24 hours…

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