*NURSING > iHuman > NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5 (All)

NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5

Document Content and Description Below

Week #7: Week #7 - Conditions of the Renal and Genitourinary Systems NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5 FILL OUT THIS TEMPLET AS YOU GO THROUGH THE I-HU... MAN PATIENT MODULE SO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING AS YOU GO. YOU ARE ALL WELCOME!!! Name: Ken Fowler Age: 70 years Sex: M Ht: 5'10" (178.0 cm) Wgt: 190 lb (86.0 kg) (BMI 27.3) NOTES FROM i-HUMAN ASSESSMENT: 1) Observations: warm and sweaty 2) Chief complaint: Nausea and fatigue QUESTIONS: (ask the patient up to 100 questions) 1) How can I help you today? "I went to see my doctor this morning because I have been feeling bad for the past few days. I'm tired, with nausea & vomiting. Well, he examined me and ordered some labs, and then told me that "kidneys are failing," something about a big change in my creatinine and that I needed to come to the emergency department. He told me to bring the test results here with me. [Test results today: creatinine 3.2 mg/dL; 1 month ago Test results 1.1 mg/dL; urine protein = 400 mg microalbuminuria] Do you understand what all that means? I sure don't!" 2) Do you have any other symptoms or concerns we should discuss? I also feel exhausted, probably from all the vomiting and not eating. 3) When did your nausea start? It started three days ago, I woke up feeling nauseous and started throwing up everything I ate. 4) What are the events surrounding this start of your nausea and vomiting? Nothing really happened that I can think of. 5) Do you have difficulty breathing? Uh… no. 6) When do you fatigue start? Just the last few days. 7) Do you have a problem with fatigue/tiredness? Yup 8) Does your fatigue come and go? No. 9) Have you gained or lost weight or intentionally, despite normal appetite and exercise? Uh… no. 10) Have you gained weight? No. 11) Has there been a change in your urination frequency? Actually, I have been peening less recently. 12) What is the color of urine, has it changed recently? It's usually fine, but I have been peeing less recently 13) Does anything make your fatigue/tiredness better or worse? No. 14) Do you have pain anywhere? If so where? I hurt my back last week, but that's fine now. 15) Have you noticed swelling in any part of your body? No 16) Can you tell me about any current or past medical problems she had? I have high blood pressure. I take medications for that. I was told last month my blood pressure has caused some kidney damage. Something about my protein in my urine. Oh, about a week ago I pulled my back lifting a heavy carton when I was cleaning out my garage. It was pretty painful so I took something for the pain. My back is really pretty good right now, but then this nausea vomiting began. 17) Any previous medical, surgical, or dental procedures? Yes. I had my tonsils out as a kid and then my appendix out about 35 years ago now. 18) What treatments have you had for the pain in your back? Just Naproxen. 19) Are you taking any prescription medications? I take lisinopril, metoprolol, and hydrochlorothiazide for BP. I have not taken anything for the last 24 hours because I feel so sick, can’t keep the pills down. 20) Do you have any pain in your back? Not anymore 21) When you urinate, have you noticed any pain, burning, blood, difficulty starting or stopping, dribbling, incontinence, urgency during day or night, or any changes in frequency? Uh, no. In fact, I am barely peeing at all. 22) When are the events surrounding the start of your difficulty urinating? That’s not a problem for me. 23) When you pee, is a stream or flow of urine weak or do you dribble? No 24) Do you have problems with nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, coffee grounds in your vomit, dark tarry stool, bright red blood in your bowel movements, early satiety or bloating? Yes, I have already told you about my nausea and vomiting. But none of the other stuff. My poop is normal 25) How severe is your nausea and/or vomiting? I have not eaten much of anything in the last three days, so I am not sure how to answer that question. Vomiting is and miserable business so for me it is bad. 26) Does anything make your nausea and/or vomiting better or worse? It does get worse when I eat, that's why I haven't eaten much. 27) What treatments have you had for nausea and/or vomiting? Nothing 28) Do you have any problems with fatigue, difficulty sleeping, or intentional weight loss or gain, fevers, or night sweats? Yeah I feel exhausted, but I think it is because of my nausea… just keeps me up at night. No fevers 29) Does your fatigue/tiredness improve after a good night's rest? No 30) What does your vomit look like? Clear or residual food particles, but I haven't eaten for over 24 hours 31) When do you nausea and/or vomiting start? It started 3 days ago, I woke up feeling nauseous and started throwing up everything I ate. 32) Do you have diabetes? Uh… no. 33) What are the events sur [Show More]

Last updated: 1 year ago

Preview 1 out of 24 pages

Reviews( 0 )

Recommended For You

 *NURSING> iHuman > NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5 (All)

preview
NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5

NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5

By Daphine , Uploaded: Jul 17, 2022

$15

 Health Care> iHuman > NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5 (All)

preview
NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5

NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5

By Topmentor , Uploaded: Jul 15, 2022

$12

 Health Care> iHuman > NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II I-Human: Darrell Bridges V5.1 (All)

preview
NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II I-Human: Darrell Bridges V5.1

NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II I-Human: Darrell Bridges V5.1

By Topmentor , Uploaded: Jul 15, 2022

$10

 Health Care> iHuman > NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II I-Human 198142 Alvin Stafford V6 PC (All)

preview
NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II I-Human 198142 Alvin Stafford V6 PC

NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II I-Human 198142 Alvin Stafford V6 PC

By Topmentor , Uploaded: Jul 15, 2022

$10

 *NURSING> iHuman > NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5 (All)

preview
NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5

Week #7: Week #7 - Conditions of the Renal and Genitourinary Systems NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5 FILL OUT THIS TEMPLET AS YOU GO THROUGH THE I-HU...

By markstudys , Uploaded: Jul 13, 2022

$9

 *NURSING> iHuman > Ken Fowler V5 iHuman (All)

preview
Ken Fowler V5 iHuman

Ken Fowler V5 iHuman

By Ellen Ronald , Uploaded: Jul 02, 2022

$7

 *NURSING> iHuman > NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II (i-Human Alvin Stafford) Week 4 (All)

preview
NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II (i-Human Alvin Stafford) Week 4

Week #4: Assignment: Assessing, Diagnosing, and Treating Conditions of the Cardiovascular System 2 (NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II) i-Human 198142 Alvin Stafford V6 PC Ad...

By PHISHER , Uploaded: Jul 02, 2022

$15

 *NURSING> iHuman > NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II - I-Human: Darrell Bridges V5.1 (Week 3) 2022 (All)

preview
NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II - I-Human: Darrell Bridges V5.1 (Week 3) 2022

Week #3: Assignment: Assessing, Diagnosing, and Treating Conditions of the Cardiovascular System 1 (NRNP 6550: Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II) i-Human: Darrell Bridges V5.1 NOTES FRO...

By PHISHER , Uploaded: Jul 02, 2022

$15

 *NURSING> iHuman > NRNP 6550 Week #7 iHuman: Ken Fowler V5 - 70 years Male CC: Nausea and fatigue (All)

preview
NRNP 6550 Week #7 iHuman: Ken Fowler V5 - 70 years Male CC: Nausea and fatigue

NRNP 6550 Week #7 iHuman: Ken Fowler V5 - 70 years Male CC: Nausea and fatigue

By Ellen Ronald , Uploaded: Jun 23, 2022

$8

 *NURSING> iHuman > NRNP 6550 Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5 Week 7/ Complete Solution;top score (All)

preview
NRNP 6550 Advanced Care of Adults in Acute Settings II i-Human: Ken Fowler V5 Week 7/ Complete Solution;top score

NOTES FROM i-HUMAN ASSESSMENT: 1) Observations: warm and sweaty 2) Chief complaint: Nausea and fatigue QUESTIONS: (ask the patient up to 100 questions) 1) How can I help you today? "I went to see...

By browseAgrades , Uploaded: Mar 01, 2022

$17

$14.00

Add to cart

Instant download

Can't find what you want? Try our AI powered Search

OR

GET ASSIGNMENT HELP
30
0

Document information


Connected school, study & course



About the document


Uploaded On

Jul 13, 2022

Number of pages

24

Written in

Seller


seller-icon
clairegrades

Member since 2 years

15 Documents Sold


Additional information

This document has been written for:

Uploaded

Jul 13, 2022

Downloads

 0

Views

 30

Document Keyword Tags

THE BEST STUDY GUIDES

Avoid resits and achieve higher grades with the best study guides, textbook notes, and class notes written by your fellow students

custom preview

Avoid examination resits

Your fellow students know the appropriate material to use to deliver high quality content. With this great service and assistance from fellow students, you can become well prepared and avoid having to resits exams.

custom preview

Get the best grades

Your fellow student knows the best materials to research on and use. This guarantee you the best grades in your examination. Your fellow students use high quality materials, textbooks and notes to ensure high quality

custom preview

Earn from your notes

Get paid by selling your notes and study materials to other students. Earn alot of cash and help other students in study by providing them with appropriate and high quality study materials.


$14.00

WHAT STUDENTS SAY ABOUT US


What is Browsegrades

In Browsegrades, a student can earn by offering help to other student. Students can help other students with materials by upploading their notes and earn money.

We are here to help

We're available through e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, and live chat.
 FAQ
 Questions? Leave a message!

Follow us on
 Twitter

Copyright © Browsegrades · High quality services·