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2.2.ID: 12459947600What factors in the History and Physical indicate that Goro Oishi might have experienced a perceived loss in the months before his stroke?
Awarded 1.0 points out of 1.0 possible points.3.3.ID: 12459947604What is the significance of this type of loss?
Awarded 1.0 points out of 1.0 possible points.4.4.ID: 12459947608How did Goro Oishi choose to cope with his loss?
Awarded 1.0 points out of 1.0 possible points.5.Click on the Physician’s Notesand on the Nurse’s Notes. Review the records.6.5.ID: 12459947615The notes state that Goro Oishi's family feels conflicted about whether or not to initiate enteral feeding. Which stages of grief might the family be experiencing at this time? Select all that apply.
Awarded 0.0 points out of 1.0 possible points.7.Click on Return to Nurses' Station.Click on 505at the bottom of the screen.Read theInitial Observations.Click on Patient Care and then on Nurse-Client Interactions.One at a time, select and view the following three videos:0735: Assessment—Family; 0750: Family Conflict—Plan of Care; and0755: Death—The Right to Decide. (Note: Check the virtual clock to see whether enough time has elapsed. You can use the fast-forward feature to advance the time by 2-minute intervals if the video is not yet available. Then click again on Patient Careand on Nurse-Client Interactionsto refresh the screen.)8.6.ID: 12459947622After considering data from the History and Physical and observing Goro Oishi’s wife during the videos, you recognize a variety of factors influencing her perception of loss. For each of the followingfactors, describe the conditions affecting Mrs. Oishi's response to loss.1.Nature of loss

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