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at the top of the priority words expressions of flexibility, respect and confidentiality may bring about a little productive dialogue with this age group. Discuss what the mnemonic devices HEEADSSSS and PACES mean regarding adolescents. HEEADSSS stands for: Home environment Education, employment Eating Activities (peer-related), affect, ambitions, anger
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WEEK I DISCISSION 3 Drugs Sexuality Suicide/depression Safety from injury and violence Since youth is a time of growth and change when pressures to health can arise, these fears are often related to physical and social examination. PACES stands for: Parents, peers Accidents, alcohol/drugs Cigarettes Emotional issues School, sexuality What information is included when assessing the chief complaint of pregnant women? Evaluating of the laboring vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse rate and temperature. Record the woman’s age, name, address, last menstrual period, the last time she had a contraction, and the fist time she experienced the fetus move. It is essential to ask about danger symptoms such as headache, fever, severe abdominal pain. Mr. Ford is a 62-year-old patient who presents for a visit to the clinic. He presents with vague complaints, somewhat disorganized, and has hearing loss. He is overweight and has several health problems. He has a history of smoking 1 pack per day for 35 years and previous alcohol use. When you are talking with Mr. Ford, he begins to get tearful. 1-. What functional assessment activities would your consider at this step? Assessing of function capacity. Functional status refers to a person’s capacity to perform responsibilities that are obligatory for living. 2. What patient screenings would be appropriate for Mr. Ford at this time? The geriatric evaluation starts by a survey of the two key partitions of utilitarian capacity: activities of every-day living (ADL) and instrumental activities of daily living (Parrillo & Dellinger, 2018). ADL are self-care activities that an individual performs regularly. IADL are exercises that are expected to live autonomously for instance, performing house duties, preparing meals, ensuring taking of the medications as instructed.
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  • Spring '15
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  • Health care provider, Mr. Ford, dellinger

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