HCS 245 wk 5 - HCS\/245 Version 5 1 Effects of Disease on the Health Care Industry Respiratory Health Complete the table below for 2 diseases that you

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HCS/245 Version 5 1 Effects of Disease on the Health Care Industry: Respiratory Health Complete the table below for 2 diseases that you have chosen that affects respiratory health. In each box, you are required to list 3-5 bulleted statements regarding the heading of that box. Cite your sources using APA format. This section is due in Week Five. Chosen Respiratory Disease or Disorder Treatment Modalities Cultural Beliefs/Practices Affecting this Disease Epidemiological Statistics Available Consumer Resources (ex. financing, information, support) Impact on Society Lymphangioleiomyo matosis No treatments have yet been shown to cure or improve pulmonary lymphangioleiomyomatosis Progesterone Tamoxifen Synthetic Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormones (leuprolide, Lupron) Recognize that with Muslims, as with many faiths, there are varying beliefs and practices, so talking to the patient directly is useful. People from the many immigrant cultures, as well as American Indians, bring their beliefs, and the practices that accompany them, into the health care system. This often proves challenging to health care professionals who have been trained in the philosophy, concepts, and practices of Western medicine (California Endowment, 2003). Prevalence of LAM in the seven countries ranged from 3.4 to 7.8/million women with significant variation, both between countries and between states in the USA. The incidence of LAM from 2004 to 2008 ranged from 0.23 to 0.31/million women/per year in the USA, UK and Switzerland. 287,000 women died due to pregnancy or childbirth-related complications in 2010 _child_adolescent/epidemiol ogy/en/ n.org/what-is-lam
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