Soap Note Gastritis

Soap Note Gastritis. Soap Note  Chronic Conditions (15 Points)  Chronic Disease ( Gastritis)

Follow the Soap Note Rubric as a guide:

Use APA format and must include minimum of 2 Scholarly Citations.

Soap notes will be uploaded to Moodle and put through TURN-It-In (anti-Plagiarism program)

Turn it in Score must be less than 25% or will not be accepted for credit, must be your own work and in your own words. You can resubmit, Final submission will be accepted if less than 25%. Copy paste from websites or textbooks will not be accepted or tolerated. Please see College Handbook with reference to Academic Misconduct Statement.

Please use the sample templates for you soap note, keep these templates for when you start clinicals.

The use of templates is ok with regards of Turn it in, but the Patient History, CC, HPI, The Assessment and Plan should be of your own work and individualized to your made up patient. 

Soap Note Gastritis

Practicum Licensure & Personal Plan Worksheet

Practicum Licensure & Personal Plan Worksheet.  

Complete the attached Practicum Licensure and Personal Plan Worksheet. Type your responses directly onto the worksheet. Make sure to include in-text citations from your resources when completing your justifications; citations must be presented in APA format. Use APA citations for each part of the assignment as indicated in the worksheet instructions. Include an APA reference page. Solid academic writing is expected.

 

  MUST BE LESS THAN 5% ON TURN IT IN

Practicum Licensure & Personal Plan Worksheet

Walden NURS6521 Week 6 Quiz 2017

Walden NURS6521 Week 6 Quiz 2017.   

Question 1 A nurse is developing a care plan for a patient who has multiple sclerosis. An expected outcome for the patient who is receiving glatiramer would be a decrease in

A) chest pain
B) fatigue
C) breathing difficulties
D) heart palpitations

Question 2 A nurse is teaching a patient about his newly prescribed drug, colchicine, for gout. The nurse will instruct the patient to avoid which of the following foods?

A) Green beans
B) Shrimp
C) Eggs
D) Milk

Question 3 A patient with type 1 diabetes has been admitted to the hospital for orthopedic surgery and the care team anticipates some disruptions to the patient’s blood glucose levels in the days following surgery. Which of the following insulin regimens is most likely to achieve adequate glycemic control?

A) Small doses of long-acting insulin administered four to five times daily
B) Doses of basal insulin twice daily with regular insulin before each meal
C) Large doses of rapid-acting insulin combined with long-acting insulin each morning and evening
D) Divided doses of intermediate-acting insulin every 2 hours, around the clock

Question 4 A 65-year-old woman has an advanced form of rheumatoid arthritis. Her treatment includes a regular dosage of methotrexate. The nurse will advise her to take which of the following vitamin supplements while taking the drug?

A) Vitamin A
B) Vitamin B
C) Vitamin C
D) Vitamin D

Question 5 A 49-year-old woman has been diagnosed with myalgia. The physician has recommended aspirin. The patient is concerned that the aspirin will upset her stomach. The nurse will encourage the patient to

A) crush the tablet before swallowing
B) swallow the tablet whole
C) swallow the tablet with milk or food
D) avoid drinking milk for 3 hours after swallowing the tablet

Question 6 A nurse is working with a 57-year-old man who is a former intravenous drug abuser. He has been prescribed a weekly dosage of methotrexate for his rheumatoid arthritis. Which of the following will the nurse include in her teaching plan for this patient?

A) Avoid high-fat foods
B) Drink plenty of water every day
C) Take the tablets before bedtime
D) Avoid red meat

Question 7 A male patient with a diagnosis of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis is in the clinic to discuss with the nurse the possibility of self-administration of glatiramer. During the patient education session for self-administration, the nurse will emphasize

A) the need to rotate the injection site of the drug
B) the need to avoid crushing the tablet
C) the need to place the tablet under the tongue
D) the need to use only the thigh muscle for the drug injection site

Question 8 A patient in need of myocardial infarction prophylaxis has been prescribed sulfinpyrazone for gout. Which of the following will the nurse monitor the patient most closely for?

A) Hypothermia
B) Hypotension
C) Renal dysfunction
D) Bleeding

Question 9 A nurse will monitor which of the following when assigned to a patient taking allopurinol for chronic gout who visits the clinic every 2 months?

A) Liver function tests
B) Blood sugar levels
C) Blood pressure
D) Body temperature

Question 10 Which of the following would be the most important safety-related instruction for a nurse to give to a patient taking baclofen (Lioresal)?

A) Do not walk or drive after taking the drug
B) Discontinue the use of alcohol
C) Learn to self-administer the drug
D) Take a laxative when needed

Question 11 A diabetic patient being treated for obesity tells the nurse that he is having adverse effects from his drug therapy. The patient has been taking dextroamphetamine for 2 weeks as adjunct therapy. Which of the following adverse effects would need the nurse’s immediate attention?

A) Decreased libido
B) Increased blood glucose
C) Dry eyes
D) Jittery feeling

Question 12 A nurse is caring for a patient who has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. Levothyroxine (Synthroid) has been prescribed.Before the drug therapy is started, the nurse will assess for which of the following?

A) History of taking anticoagulant drugs
B) Allergy to seafood
C) Hirsutism
D) The patient’s age

Question 13 A nurse is instructing a patient in the administration of regular insulin by the subcutaneous route. Which of the following strategies would the nurse suggest if the goal is to promote absorption of the regular insulin?

A) Rotate injection sites by using the arm one day, the stomach the next day, and the thigh the day after and then repeating the cycle
B) Select one injection site for regular insulin injections and use it exclusively
C) Administer the medication 30 to 60 minutes after a meal
D) Select one anatomic area for regular insulin injections and then use serial locations within that area.

Question 14 A nurse is caring for a male patient who has a spinal cord injury due to a motorcycle accident. He has been taking dantrolene (Dantrium) for 2 weeks. The nurse will monitor which of the following?

A) Prothrombin time and partial thromboplastin time
B) Urine specific gravity
C) Alanine aminotransferase and total bilirubin levels
D) Follicle-stimulating hormone levels

Question 15 The nurse is conducting a medication reconciliation of a new resident of a long-term care facility. The nurse notes that the resident takes allopurinol on a daily basis for the treatment of gout.What is the primary purpose of this drug?

A) To balance urate concentration and prevent gout attacks
B) To promote the remodeling of damaged synovium
C) To potentiate the metabolism of dietary purines
D) To achieve pain relief in joints affected by gout

Question 16 A 33-year-old man has developed acute gouty arthritis. He has been prescribed colchicine. When developing a care plan for this patient, which factor will be most important for the nurse to consider?

A) Dietary habits
B) Work environment
C) Typical daily fluid intake
D) Ethnicity

Question 17 During long-term desmopressin therapy in a 48-year-old woman, it will be most important for the nurse to assess which of the following?

A) The patient’s environment
B) The patient’s diet
C) The condition of the patient’s skin
D) The condition of the patient’s nasal passages

Question 18 A patient is taking gabapentin (Neurontin) for spasticity associated with multiple sclerosis. Which of the following should be the priority for monitoring?

A) Hepatic function
B) Cardiac function
C) Respiratory function
D) Renal function

Question 19 Following an assessment by her primary care provider, a 70-year-old resident of an assisted living facility has begun taking daily oral doses of levothyroxine. Which of the following assessment findings should prompt the nurse to withhold a scheduled dose of levothyroxine?

A) The resident has not eaten breakfast because of a recent loss of appetite
B) The resident’s apical heart rate is 112 beats/minute with a regular rhythm
C) The resident had a fall during the night while transferring from her bed to her bathroom
D) The resident received her annual influenza vaccination the previous day

Question 20 To minimize the risk of adverse effects of glucagon when given to an unconscious diabetic patient, as the patient regains consciousness, the nurse should

A) administer calcium supplements
B) position the patient in the side-lying position
C) administer carbohydrates
D) monitor for nausea and vomiting

Question 21 A 34-year-old male patient is prescribed methimazole (MMI). The nurse will advise him to report which of the following immediately?

A) Vertigo
B) Intolerance to cold
C) Loss of appetite
D) Epigastric distress

Question 22 A male patient is to begin glyburide (Diabeta) for type 2 diabetes. Before the drug therapy begins, a priority action by the nurse will be to assess the patient’s

A) blood pressure
B) potassium level
C) use of alcohol
D) use of salt in his diet

Question 23 A 43-year-old woman was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 2 years ago and has experienced a recent exacerbation of her symptoms, including muscle spasticity. Consequently, she has been prescribed Dantrolene (Dantrium). In light of this new addition to her drug regimen, what teaching point should the woman’s nurse provide?

A) “This will likely relieve your muscle spasms but you’ll probably develop a certain amount of dependence on the drug over time.”
B) “We’ll need to closely monitor your blood sugar levels for the next week.”
C) “There’s a small risk that you might experience some hallucinations in the first few days that you begin taking this drug.”
D) “You might find that this drug exacerbates some of your muscle weakness while it relieves your spasticity.”

Question 24 A nurse is instructing a patient who was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis about dantrolene (Dantrium). The patient is a 38-year-old-male and the foreman for a construction company. In order to minimize one important adverse effect of the drug, the nurse will give the patient which of the following instructions?

A) Eat a high-protein diet
B) Decrease the dosage if any adverse effect is experienced
C) Wear appropriate clothing and sunscreen whenever he is in direct sunlight
D) Have a complete blood cell count done weekly

Question 25 A 40-year-old woman with a diagnosis of fibromyalgia has been prescribed cyclobenzaprine (Flexeril) as an adjunct to her existing drug regimen. What nursing diagnosis should the nurse prioritize when updating the nursing care plan for this patient?

A) Risk for Injury related to CNS depressant effects
B) Diarrhea related to anticholinergic effects
C) Altered Nutrition, Less than Body Requirements, related to appetite suppression
D) Impaired Swallowing related to increased muscle tone

Question 26 A 70-year-old woman who is on long-term ibuprofen therapy for osteoarthritis has returned to the clinic for her regular 6-month visit. In the last couple of months, she has been having increasing periods of abdominal pain. The nurse suspects that this pain may be related to

A) anemia
B) peptic ulcer disease or gastritis
C) interstitial nephritis
D) constipation

Question 27 A 13-year-old patient has juvenile arthritis. He has recently had oral surgery and was told by the surgeon to take aspirin for the pain. The nurse will monitor for which of the following?

A) Bronchoconstriction
B) Hepatotoxicity
C) Aplastic anemia
D) Agranulocytosis

Question 28 A nurse is caring for a 61-year-old man who has had a severe attack of gout while in the hospital for food poisoning. The nurse administers colchicine intravenously in order to

A) avoid aggravating the gastrointestinal tract
B) ensure quick distribution of the drug
C) prevent the risk of infection or bleeding
D) minimize the risk of depressed bone marrow function

Question 29 A 66-year-old woman has experienced a significant decline in her quality of life as a result of worsening rheumatoid arthritis. Her physician has prescribed etanercept and the nurse is responsible for facilitating this new aspect of the patient’s drug regimen. This will involve the administration of

A) daily, outpatient intravenous therapy
B) daily, oral administration
C) weekly subcutaneous injections
D) weekly administration of an enteric coated tablet

Question 30 A clinic nurse is following a 9-year-old boy who is taking somatropin. Which of the following will the nurse monitor periodically?

A) Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) levels
B) Height
C) Dehydration
D) Water retention

Walden NURS6521 Week 6 Quiz 2017

Lab Assignment: Computer Security

Lab Assignment: Computer Security.  Look over the materials in this lesson(note: Medical billing/coding or Healthcare), and think about how data is collected, stored, and shared. Now, think about all the ways that a hacker might gain access to that information. Identify at least three ways (and more if you can) a hacker might gain access to information.  Enter them into a Word document, save the file with the name “ComputerSecurity “

Lab Assignment: Computer Security

Conceptualizing a Case Developmental, Sociocultural, Ethical, and Diagnostic Considerations in Counseling Children and Adolescents

Conceptualizing a Case Developmental, Sociocultural, Ethical, and Diagnostic Considerations in Counseling Children and Adolescents.  

Mental Health Counselors of children and adolescents often need to communicate with appropriate individuals, such as supervisors, parents, or other counselors, about the basic facts and issues surrounding their clients. Creating a factual summary is the first step in the building a case conceptualization, diagnosis, and treatment plan.

Your assignment is to develop a case description, analysis, and treatment plan for a hypothetical case. You will first create a background sketch for your hypothetical case, following the example below. Next, you will present your analysis of the developmental, cultural, and legal aspects of the case. Then you will present your diagnosis and treatment plan for the case. Your case description and treatment plan should be succinct in addressing each area. Counselors must prepare reports that summarize many details accurately but briefly. Use the Conceptualizing a Case Template, linked in Resources, to develop your treatment plan. This template will provide the correct format and structure of a brief background sketch, case analysis, and initial treatment plan. The headings for this assignment are listed below and in the template that you will use to prepare this assignment. Use a minimum of 5 references, including your textbook. Your paper should be 5–6 pages in length, not including the title page or reference page. No abstract is necessary. Background Sketch Components

You will first complete a background sketch for a child or adolescent client whom you might serve. (Use the background sketch you developed in Unit 1, with any revisions you made after peer and instructor feedback.) The background sketch will be brief. There are many examples of background sketches in the Counseling Children textbook, in the introductions to the case studies offered throughout (for example, see page 195). Here is another example:

Identification of the Problem

Sari [hypothetical name] is a 10-year-old girl in the fifth grade at Middle Valley Elementary. She is referred to counseling because the after-school staff report that she has become withdrawn recently, refusing offers for homework help or invitations from friends to join in activities.

Individual and Background Information

Academic: Staff report that Sari was previously proud of her report cards and showed them to the after school tutors. However, she would not talk about her most recent report card and was seen tearfully tearing it into pieces.

Family and Culture: Sari’s family immigrated from Turkey when she was a toddler. She is the oldest of three children, who are also in the after school program. Her mother works in the kitchen of Middle Valley Hospital. Her father drives a cab. Her parents alternate picking up the children. Sari expresses pride for her Turkish heritage, and mentions her family’s involvement with a local Turkish cultural group.

Physical: Sari is of average height for her age. She has a lean body mass and shows no signs of puberty. She rarely misses school due to illness. She has an untreated port-wine stain birthmark on one cheek and ear; she attempts to cover it with her hair style.

Social: Sari is athletic and loved playing outdoor games until her recent withdrawal from activities she previously enjoyed. She was frequently chosen by her peers to be a team member, and has several causal friendships, though she spends much of her time checking on her younger siblings in the program. Case Conceptualization Components

Next, you will analyze aspects of this case for features that will need to be considered in deciding how to best assist your client. Developmental Analysis

Briefly apply concepts—from Piaget’s theory, Selman, Erikson, and what is known about development of the brain and physical maturation—to your case (refer to Chapter 2 of Counseling Children for a review of developmental theories). Is your child or adolescent on track developmentally, or off track in some domains? Cultural Analysis

Briefly highlight the cultural considerations that might be important for understanding and counseling your case (refer to Chapter 2 of Counseling Children for counseling considerations for children from diverse cultures). Ecomap Assessment of Stressors and Supports

Summarize your Ecomap assessment to analyze how family, community, cultural, and societal factors contribute to the stressors and supports in your client’s life. Present your evaluation of how your child or adolescent client is supported by prevention, intervention, and education efforts or programs and networks that promote mental health, or how he or she experiences stress from the absence of support. Legal and Ethical Issues Plan

Briefly articulate a legal and ethical issues plan, presenting the steps you will take to establish an ethical counseling relationship with your child or adolescent client. Identify potential ethical or legal issues that could arise with this client, and briefly describe how you will handle each of these, referencing specific laws and ethical codes (you may use the issues you have identified for the second discussion of this unit, after considering peer and instructor feedback). Treatment Plan Components

Create a treatment plan for your case, including a preliminary diagnosis (use the diagnostic process you practiced in the first Unit 2 discussion). Your treatment plan should succinctly address these sections, also outlined in the Counseling Children text (pages 103–104): Problem Identification. Problem Definition. Goal Development. Measurable Outcomes. Creating Interventions. Diagnosing. Reference

Henderson, D. A., & Thompson, C. L. (2016). Counseling children (9th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage.

Conceptualizing a Case Developmental, Sociocultural, Ethical, and Diagnostic Considerations in Counseling Children and Adolescents

a square parking lot of 250m on a side. the surface of the lot is planar, sloping to one of…

a square parking lot of 250m on a side. the surface of the lot is planar, sloping to one of…. a square parking lot of 250m on a side. the surface of the lot is planar, sloping to one of its edges. along the downstream edge is a gutter, this gutter drains the entire lot and is sloped from both ends toward a sewer inlet at its center. the time of concentration of the lot is estimated to be 20 min, of which 18 min accounts for overland over the lot surface and 2 min accounts for travel down each half of the gutter.assuming the rational formula is applicable with a runoff coeeficient of 0.75 which of the following storms will yield the highest peak runoff? what will be the peak runoff rate in each case? a)100mm/h for a duration of 10min b) 25mm/h for a duration of 40min c)15mm/h for a duration of 66.7 min

a square parking lot of 250m on a side. the surface of the lot is planar, sloping to one of…

MGT-Module 2 Discussion: Are you doing the right interview methods for today's workforce?

MGT-Module 2 Discussion: Are you doing the right interview methods for today's workforce?. How to Work at Google: How We Hire- 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-baHBzWe4k

Also watch Steve Jobs on how to hire, manage, and lead people://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQKis2Cfpeo

Last, please read the Lewis (2018) article about how new interviewing techniques need to be employed because we fail to assess prospective new employees for their soft skills with traditional methods. Today’s new technology allows HR professionals to screen a group of candidates with a 20-minute test, job auditions, meeting in low-pressure locations, video interviews, and virtual reality (VR) assessments.

Required reading: Lewis, G. (2018, January 29). 5 new interviewing techniques that you should start using [Blog]. LinkedIn Talent Blog. Retrieved from https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/interview-questions/2018/5-new-interviewing-techniques-that-you-need-to-know-about

First Post:

Please respond to the following:

As an HR professional assigned with the task of changing interview methods at your company (current or past employer), which of the five new techniques in the Lewis (2018) reading fits best with your department? How does it compare with your employer’s current methods? Does a candidate’s potential role in your organization determine the interview method? Discuss what you have learned about employers’ approaches to staffing their organizations (Google, Apple, and your current or past employer).

Provide source citations if you utilize information from other authors/speakers (so that your peers can find the information if they wish).

Subsequent Posts:

Read through the responses by your peers and post responses to at least two classmates’ posts. Introduce ideas/comments and/or research/readings not mentioned yet. 

Remember: To receive full credit in this forum, you need to post a minimum of three quality posts (your own initial post, and responses to two classmates). If you borrow from other authors, be sure to give them credit by citing sources.

Your discussion contributions will be assessed on the criteria found in the grading rubric for this assignment: Assignment-driven criteria Critical thinking Writing mechanics and referencing Timeliness

MGT-Module 2 Discussion: Are you doing the right interview methods for today's workforce?

Case Study (Wk-3-Assignment) (11-10-18)

Case Study (Wk-3-Assignment) (11-10-18).   Case Study

Develop a case study of a fictitious client who is seeking counseling for a substance abuse. Distinguish how a classical conditioning and instrumental conditioning approach to the client would differ in regards to the possible outcomes in the situation. Describe the therapeutic techniques of conditioning. How would you apply this technique in treating the client? Give an example of the steps you would take in applying this method. Discuss the settings and client characteristics that might make this method of treatment difficult or less effective.

Written assignment should be 3-4 pages (excluding cover sheet and reference page). The paper should have a minimum of two references including the textbook.

Point Value of this Assignment: 8

Case Study (Wk-3-Assignment) (11-10-18)