NU 521 wk #6 case # 78 Osteoarthritis
1 Polyuria and vision problems are not key S&S of ketoacidosis but rather indicates
poorly controlled diabetes
#2.) Why is the patient taking Zolpidem? short term should not exceed 10days,
Since the Zolpidem is a PRN
NU 521 wk#10 case #83 Melanoma
The fact that the patient has denied positive signs or symptoms under
review of symptoms is indicative of nonmetastatic cancer. The earlier
the detection of cancer the least invasive the malignancy usually is,
NU 521 wk#14 case study #44 MS
Queston 5 can be answered?
Patient Case Question 1. Identify four risk factors in this patient that are consistent
with multiple sclerosis.
Four Risk Factors in this pt consistent w/ MS:
1) Northern European Descent (Belgian
NU 521 wk#6 case #77 Gout
Why should the use of pseudoephedrine by this patient be carefully monitored
but the primary care provider?
The May Clinic (2015) website says that a patient with high blood pressure should
be careful using decongesta
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NU 521 wk#15 case study #31 Chronic Renal Failure
Kamu has #9
Q2 Why were methylprednisolone and azathioprine given to the patient?
The removal of antibodies causing kidney damage, and prevention of formation of
new antibodies is the sole focus of treatme
NU 521 wk#8 case #27 peptic ulcer disease
There are many risk factors that contributed to the patient's peptic ulcer. The Mayo
Clinic (2015) website says that common causes of peptic ulcers include the use of
medications such as aspirin and ib
NU 535 Skin Lesion Definitions Review
Fill in the Blank
1. _. A Staph infection of hair follicles & surrounding dermis.
Primary lesion small pustule 1-2 cm in diameter.
2. _. Presents on the trunk/extremities, usually in a parallel
alignment like a Christ