Case Study #1
Case Study/Nursing Process
Mrs. Johnson, a fashionably dressed and groomed woman, 60 years of age, arrived at her
primary care physician office for her scheduled annual appointment. Mrs. Johnson has had an
annual examination for the past 10
HW for Oxygenation
Mrs. Kim is 80 years old female who presented to the ER C/o SOB for one week. She denies any chest pain, nausea or
vomiting, headache or hemoptysis. She lives alone and her four children lives in New York. She is not a smoker
Week 10 HW
2. Discuss esophageal atresia and TEF.
Esophageal atresia, or EA, is an uncommon congenital defect where the baby is born without
part of their esophagus. This missing part serves as the connection between the mouth and stomach.
1. What solutions would medications provide and what problems could be
created for Roberta?
The goals of psychiatric medications used in treatment for schizophrenia
disorder include suppressing acute episodes, prevention of acute recurrence, and
Chapter 49 Peptic Ulcer Disease
A peptic ulcer is an erosion of the mucosal lining of the stomach or duodenum.
Perforation that extends through all the layers of the stomach or duodenum can cause peritonitis.
There are gastric ulcers, duodenal ulcers, a