CREATED ON 13th July 2019
COMPLETED ON 17th July 2019
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1. Give at least three causes of anemia and explain further the common manifestations of the disorder, diagnostic findings, and what education the nurse should give to the patient. (5 points) 2. What is diabetes mellitus? Discuss the action and use of insulin to control diabetes mellitus. Discuss the action and use of oral hypoglycemic agents to control dm. (5 points) 3. Identify the major nursing considerations associated with management of patient with dm2 (e.g nutrition, dietary prescription, activity, and psychological consideration). (5 points) 4. Discuss the role of pituitary gland and the hormone that it secretes and what organ or tissue is affected. (5 points) 5. Discuss the difference between estrogen and progesterone and it's effect in women. (5 points) 6. What are androgens? What are the therapeutic effects of androgen to men with androgen deficiency? (5 points) 7. What is erectile dysfunction. What is the medical management for erectile dysfunction? Provide nursing implications for men with erectile dysfunction? (10 points) 8. Provide at least two examples of respiratory airway diseases. Discuss the causes and clinical management both medical and nursing perspective. (10 points) 1. Discuss the action and use of insulin to control diabetes mellitus. (5 points) 2. Discuss the action and uses of oral hypoglycemic agents to control diabetes mellitus. (5 points) 3. Explain the effects of thyroid replacement hormones for the treatment of hypothyroidism on doses of warfarin and digoxin as well as oral hypoglycemic agents. (10 points). 4. Cite the actions of antithyroid medications on the formation and release of the hormones produced by the thyroid gland. (5 points) 5. Discuss the clinical uses and potential adverse effects associated with corticosteroids. (5 points) 6. Explain why all decongestants products should be used cautiously by people with hypertension, hyperthyroidism, diabetes mellitus, cardiac disease, increased intraocular pressure or prostatic disease. (10 points) 7. Explain the major actions (effects) of sympathomimetic, antihistaminic, corticosteroid decongestants and cromolyn. (10 points) 8. Identify important aspects of patient education for patients receiving drug therapy for lower respiratory diseases. (5 points). (5 points) 9. Discuss the nursing assessments needed to monitor therapeutic response and the development of adverse effects from beta-adrenergic bronchodilator therapy. (5 points) 10. Discuss the nursing assessments needed to monitor therapeutic response and the development of adverse effects from anticholinergic bronchodilator therapy. (5 points) 1. How do you provide adequate education on a patient receiving chemotherapy? (10) 2. Give at least 3 major side effect of chemotherapy and how do you intervene to a patient experiencing this adverse effects? (15)
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