Running Head: CASE STUDY1M.K Case StudyStudent’s Name:Institutional Affiliation:
CASE STUDY2ABSTRACTThe case study deals with the discussion of how various diseases affect human beings andalso in making sure they are well treated. It will also lead into measures taken to control the various diseases. Congestive heart failure is another kind of diseases that affects the distended neck vein is a symptom of congestive cardiac failure where fluids gather in neck veins that are resulted by poor functioning of the heart. Heart failure is caused by slow blood flow out of the heart while the blood from the body tissues to the heart gets congested in the veins. The heart failure also hinders normal functioning of the kidney to dispose water and sodium and the retained water is causing the swelling of body tissues. Through the investigation of the diseases like the one mentioned above the control measures have been developed to enhance protection from the fatal effects. The case basically deals with diseases that affect human heart like hypertension, cardiac heart failure and also affects other crucial body parts for example diabetics.
CASE STUDY3Introduction This study will analyze M.K medical history and lab results to examine if the clinicalfindings are related to chronic bronchitis and the appropriate treatment. M.K’s chronic bronchitiscondition is not improving after medication but instead it is getting more complicated due tosmoking. From the clinical findings the paper will the type of heart failure the patient is sufferingfrom and its causes. Thepaper will discuss M.K’s health risk according to the lipid panel and therisks associated with different lipid panel results by discussing health conditions associated withdifferent lipids level in the body.Finally, the study will discuss the lab value for HbA1c and howit is related to a normal or abnormal body and give recommendations based on her results andanalysis.Chronic bronchitis treatment and managementChronic bronchitis is explained by a mucus-producing cough lasting for more than 3months in two consecutive years.Bronchi may develop chronic inflammation associated withexcess mucus production. Mostly chronic bronchitis affects individuals who are more than 45years or older and this makes M.K case more risky because she is 45 years old. Symptomsofchronic bronchitis include chronic cough which is more severe in the morning with sputum andsmoking. Smoking is a major cause of chronic bronchitis and its treatment requires a strongermedication than antibiotics. A therapy will assist her in alleviating symptoms, acute bronchitispatient care should ensure that M.K is oxygenating adequately and bed rest is recommended.