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Diabetes: •Eye illnesses like waterfalls and glaucoma –the focal point of the eyes gets overcast and the weight of the liquid inside the eyes develops which can harm the eye after some time. •Cardiovascular maladies like coronary episode and stroke –because of diabetes, it makes difficult for the blood to stream which makes it hard to control the expansion in circulatory strain and cholesterol. 3.Explain three available resources and support services available to Paula upon her discharge from the rehabilitation centre to home. A: - Resources and support services accessible for Mrs. Paula: •Physiotherapist –because of her joint pain and beneath knee removal, physiotherapy is essential to have the option to connect with Mrs. A to her physical exercises and to have the option to live freely. It is fundamental to refer her to physiotherapist for versatility helps and to have ordinary exercise. •Individual Counselling –it is ideal to refer her since she is hesitant to follow in the medicines for her, including physiotherapy. •Dietician –the dietician will have the option to help her in dealing with her eating regimen and to eat well and nutritious food to have the option to control her glucose levels. 4.Discuss the physical, psychological, emotional, social and financial impact Paula’s chronic health problems and recent amputation has on her ADLs and her family A: - Mrs. Paula’s chronic health problems impacts: Physical –trouble in activating and strolling freely as she may need to utilize portability helps like wheelchair or walkers.
Ramandeep kaur 10311 HLTENN012 Assessment task 2 Case study 7 Psychological –sentiment of defencelessness and useless due to losing one of her body part and having different medical issues. Emotional –she may create misery because of unexpected difference in her way of life as she lost her left foot. Notwithstanding that, her family is a long way from her and she is living alone. Social –one factor for this would be detachment, because of loss of connection to other people. Financial –it would cause her and her family a ton of cash from the activity to the treatment and recuperation from her diverse wellbeing conditions and her ongoing underneath knee removal. Scenario Two Mr Shane Gillespie is an 80-year-old male, admitted to the ward via A&E with exacerbation of COPD and abrasions to his left shin and elbow and a cut to the forehead following a fall. Shane lives alone and up until now has managed with the assistance of home help (cleaning services) and meals on wheels for lunch. His wife has dementia and lives in a nursing home within walking distance from his home. He has two very supportive neighbours who visit daily, bring him the newspaper and stay for a chat. He has one daughter who lives interstate and another who lives 1.5 hours away. Shane is emaciated and admits he does not like preparing meals and only eats the lunch delivered by meals on wheels. He has a dosette box for his medication, but he is increasingly forgetting to take them or mixing up the days and times.