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  • Nursing Case Study: Urgent Care

    Imaging studies of the chest was done and the imaging studies suggested congestive heart failure, and the patient was then admitted. N.E. refuses to settle in bed and denies assistance going to the bathroom. She would prefer to sit in the bedside recliner in high Fowler’s position. She stated, “When can I speak with the Doctor regarding my discharge.” N.E.…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Movie Theater

    As more things around him started spinning out of control, all he could do for the moment was becoming a spectator in his own life. His mother took everything in stride, but his father took every opportunity to keep them all grounded from what he believed were the trappings of the good life. It seemed funny to him that the only person he actually made his effort to insure this remained true was for him and he wanted to end his relationship with Anna. That was always a very short conversation…

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  • Reflection Of The Glass Castle

    After reading The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls, I realized how our lives are both similar and completely different. It’s hard for me to wrap my head around the fact that someone who is fairly famous and someone who has no significance in this world can be alike in many ways. Having read this book a few years back, it was actually helpful to me. It may have been helpful in the most indirect way possible, but helpful nonetheless. The Glass Castle had a small part in helping me through my…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Affenpinser Pet

    My Affenpinscher Experience Let me start off by saying that this dog has done wonders for my family. It has been one of the most happy and amazing aspects about our lives. I live with my wife and my beautiful 9 year old daughter and we own a Affenpinscher puppy named Skip. A little over a year and a half ago we owned a Yorkshire Terrier that I’ve owned for 13 years. The terriers name was Sasha. Sasha was a companion to my wife, my daughter, and myself for many years, so as you can imagine this…

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  • Integration And Reflection: Oklahoma State University

    Integration and Reflection Paper Taylor Skaggs Oklahoma State University Introduction My time in this class has been well spent, and I enjoyed every moment of it. The OK AIM visits made me nervous at first but as they went on I enjoyed doing them. The first visit was better than the second and I wish they weren’t as rushed but I learned a lot from doing them and got the chance to meet some really great people along the way. One big thing that I got from this class was the word community and…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Life On The Ice

    The feeling of landing the perfect triple axel, the feeling of falling on a horrid triple loop, the feeling of the ghost cold air pushing against my face as I soar across the ice. The best of all though is the feeling of being on the open ice with no one else on it but you and the judges staring at you and an arena full of people chanting your name and screaming. That is what I thought my life was going to be like, but boy was I wrong, although that is exactly my life on the ice. My life on the…

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  • Call From Mom Analysis

    Dues Paying Blindness The phone rings around 7:30 on a cool, breezy night in early June, and since the Talking Caller ID announces, “Call from … Mom,” Tracy Greene answers the landline, which he keeps because his mother Helen Greene is 88 and several months, and she does not know his cell number offhand and probably never will. He has been sitting around the apartment binge-watching Season Three of The Walking Dead on Netflix in his white tank top and blue striped boxers for the better part of…

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  • Essay On Bed Bugs

    Pest Control Service/Bed-bugs-treatment Have you ever heard the phrase, “Don’t let the bed bugs bite?” I remember hearing it as a youngster when my mother would tuck me in for the night. Growing up in my generation (30’s+) many don’t even know that bed bugs are in fact a real nuisance pest. Bed Bug History Bed bugs have lived with humans since ancient times. They are mentioned in plays pre-dating 335 B.C. Fossilized bedbugs have been found during excavations of ancient Egypt. Pliny,…

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  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Case Study

    Physical Therapist Interventions for a Patient with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Jonathan De Castro Concorde Career College Abstract Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), it is an analysis that no patients want to obtain. ALS is a gradual neurodegenerative disorder that results in damage of brain stem and spinal motor neurons and gives growth to painless weakness and muscle atrophy with few or no sensory symptoms. “Amyotrophic” stands for muscle atrophy, and “lateral…

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  • Concept Of Comfort Analysis

    Analysis of the Concept of Comfort The purpose of this paper is to present an analysis of the concept of comfort using content delineated by Chinn and Kramer (2015, pp. 158-178). In doing so, I will provide a context for the concept of comfort, including how my nursing worldview shapes my view of comfort; examine how technology has impacted comfort, and explain the need to understand the concept of comfort in greater detail as it relates to nursing. Further, I will examine the use of terms…

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