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HEENT more importantly Ms. Had trouble with vision in the past, although she iswearing glasses now, I would suggest that she sees an eye specialist at least once ayear, because diabetic retinopathy is one of the most common cause of vision loss,early detection is crucial. Respiratory is triggered by allergens such as dust and cats. Ms. Jones must controlher asthma because if left untreated it can cause serve complications, such as pneumonia and status asthmaticus. Educate patient on peak-flow meter the best three forced expiration from full lung capacity must be recorded with a maximum of pauses for 2 seconds monitoring, (Hill, 2019), drink fluid if dehydrated. Cardiovascular Ms. Jones should monitor her blood pressure and blood sugar daily. Food journal to monitor her progress, I would assess suggest the DASH diet, eating more vegetables, high protein, lean meat and low salts and sugar. Abdominal she has lost some weight, but she wasn’t eating intentionally trying to lose weight, as a diabetic patient, I would suggest that she is establish a realistic weight loss, such as 1 lb. per week. Also, to take her metformin with food twice a day as prescribed.Musculoskeletal She should also exercise at least 3 to 4 times a week as she already is. Strength exercise at least twice a week to improve blood sugar level such as weightlifting and resistance exercise (squats, lunges). All neurological system was within normal limit, nonetheless some clinical manifestation of diabetes are blurry vision and headache. I would recommend
PATIENT ANALYSIS AND TEACHING TOOL9other comfort measure that could help, etc. cold packs to forehead, or base of skull, less auditory stimulation is also helpful. Overall PlanMs. Jones overall plan is to manage her health and really understand her disease, very so often patient don’t really understand the basic of diabetes. With the advancement of technology, patient can find information about anything. The patient must be comfortable with glucose self-monitoring, she should know the sign of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. I know Ms. Jones will be starting a new job, and pursuing a degree, increased stress can contribute to high blood sugar. The most difficult plan to follow is diet changes, according to Warwick (2018), “Medical Care for Diabetes, lifestyle management is the foundation of diabetes care and includes diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES), physical activity, smoking cessation counseling, and psychosocial care. Nearly all adults with a new diagnosis of type 2 diabetes already have at least one comorbid condition such as hypertension, overweight or obesity, hyperlipidemia, and CVD”. Ms. Jones should have a dietitian, podiatrist, cardiologist and eye specialist consult for long term. Health Promotion Teaching Tool ProposalIdentify Teaching Tool ProposalDiabetes is a disease that is affecting millions of people worldwide. The health risk I havechosen to teach Ms. Jones about is diabetes. As I have mentioned previously, Ms. Jones is making healthier choices with her diet and she is exercising more often now. The underlying