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  • Rigoberto's Dilemma Case Study Harvard Case

    Macrocytosis anemia with Dr. Sarhill indicated that his condition was improved/corrected and recommended to continue Folic acid and Vitamin B12; no need for Bone Marrow Biopsy. Rigoberto’s blood pressure and pulse for the most part within normal with the exception of a few episodes of elevated pulse and slight low blood pressure. Previous treatment for dyslipidemia was not effective. Previous goal was not met. Metabolic Syndrome-Medium risk Goal: With the use of medications and diet, client’s…

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  • Unitary-Transformative Nursing Theory

    Roger's hypothesis of the Unitary Individual is the way I feel nursing ought to be rehearsed. Medical caretakers should see the individual overall and not as a machine. Parse depicted the concurrence worldview, people are unitary, unchangeable, and in the persistent shared process with nature (Rogers, 1970, 1992). As opposed to Parse, Newman distinguished three ideal models. One of them is the Unitary-transformative worldview is like Parse's concurrence hypothesis. The unitary-transformative…

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  • Mary Eyre Nursing Care Plan

    percussion, no rales or rhonchi, increased anterior-posterior(AP)diameter to the chest wall noted; Heart – Regular sinus rhythm, no murmur; Carotids – no bruits; Abdomen – benign; Rectum – not examined; Genital/Pelvic – NA; Extremities including pulses – 2+ pulses throughout with no edema; Neurologic – not examined. Lab Tests and Results: SAO2 – 98%; WBC – 15, 000 with a positive left shift; Chest X-ray – Hyperinflation of both lungs with increased AP diameter and of emphysema; EKG – normal…

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  • Ethical Aspects Of Cloning Animals

    I believe that cloning animals from embryo cells is not ethical; it’s bad for the cloned animal’s health. Even though it’s seems to be a cool idea and very interesting, it’s not doing any good for them. The only good thing that could ever come out of cloning animals is if they are going extinct, but even then they are not going to last long due to them getting health problems. What exactly is cloning? Well cloning is genetically identical copies of a biological entity. The copied material…

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  • Mental Illness In Prisons

    Prisoners with mental illnesses should not be in facilities with the standard contemporary criminal. Research has shown us why mentally ill patients exist is prison and some of the factors that are known to be linked to mental illness are psychological, biological, and environmental conditions. However the exact reason of most mental illnesses is not known but have been linked to abnormal functioning of nerves cells circuits that connect to particular brain regions. Which means the cells in the…

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  • Atopic Dermatitis Case Study

    M.G. is a 10-year old African American female presenting to the clinic with her mother. She is clean and intact, well nourished and in no apparent distress. She has been getting allergy shots due to eczema, but the mother wishes to stop them due to lack of improvement in her condition. She had been prescribed with tea tree oils, which she used twice daily until it ran out three months ago. She has also been having daily baths with dove and herbal soaps and bath salts twice a week. She has also…

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  • Vegan Lifestyle Essay

    highest quality sources of it like beef, eggs and milk (Catherine). Trying to get the most out of legumes, pulses and other alternating forms of protein and also combining them with the right grains to ensure proper nutrition will require constant attention (Lyer). The body needs to adjust to converting to a vegan diet and that is a slow and gradual process. Trying to get the most out of legumes, pulses and other alternating forms of protein and also combining them with the right grains to…

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  • Gun Violence Rhetorical Analysis

    An ongoing issue in the world today is one of the world’s biggest controversies, gun control. The Second Amendment to the Constitution is the right to bear arms. Gun control is an issue that has reached the highest court in the nation, the Supreme Court. Rhetorical analysis throughout text can vary especially when debating or discussing such a big controversy as gun control. Evidently, this issue continues to raise states throughout the rhetorical theory in the construction of three text.…

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  • The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History

    tion Questions Alannah Dodd Period 2 1. Explain the title of the book The Sixth Extinction is a book all about the fact that the earth as we know it has proceeded through 5 “waves” of mass extinctions, and is currently in the middle of yet another wave of mass extinction (the sixth). These “unnatural” occurrences have displayed shocking changes to the variety of species on the globe, hence the title: “The Sixth Extinction, An Unnatural History.” 2. What gave people the idea…

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  • Poems By Maya Angelou Analysis

    famous and her work as a civil wrights activist. She worked with many famous African- Americans like: Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. Maya wrote poems about her working within the civil rights. On January 20, 1993 Maya recited her poem “On the Pulse of Morning”. On May 28, 2014, Maya Passed away due to natural causes. This was a sad day for America. She was a very important woman in History. She has helped shape the way we live today. I would like to say thank you to Maya for her…

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