Order Custom Written Clinical Scenario: Mr Charles Williamson

By March 25, 2018Academic Papers

– references not before 2013
– references according to harvard university of south australia.

2- introduction : should give over view to the reader about the case, his life, and the reason why to write about him, and what i want to speak about

3-Nursing problems: please just mention the nurses problems like: miscommunication with this patient in this case, nutrition, refusing the medical advances or medicines.

4-Nursing Management: you could talk about the ways of how prevent risk of falls ( of this patient). watch him while having his medications in the right time, advice him about the side effect of his medications( he might feel dizzy of….) PLEASE ADVICE THE PATIENT AS A NURSE IN YOUR WAY AND AVOIDE SAYING ( i will do that according the the rule of …).

-5: in regard to the Discharge planning: write about the difficulties he might face in the time of discharge such as( who will pick him up, and did he choose this person ?, which doctors should follow him up after discharge, who is going to look after him at home and making sure he is having the medications in right time, advice the patient about the importance of having hearing aids on.

6: in the summary: it should mention what i have spoken about earlier.

I will upload the the assignment requirement and rubric( please READ THIM AND FOLLOW THEM SPECIALLY THE RUPRIC):

elevance:
In order to plan and provide optimal person-centred nursing care, Registered Nurses need to be able to interpret clinical information and draw upon their knowledge of pathophysiology and evidence-based clinical practice. Therefore, the purpose of this assessment is to support the development of the skills needed to evaluate evidence and to develop reflection and clinical reasoning skills.
Case Report:Based upon the clinical scenario provided below, construct a case report. A case report is a detailed report of the client’s clinical presentation, nursing assessment, nursing diagnosis and nursing management plan. The case report will draw upon your knowledge of pathophysiology and relevant academic literature to support an evidence-based plan of care.
The case report must be presented using the headings provided below. A description of the content for each section of the report has been provided. It is important that all sections of the report are conceptually connected. For example, your knowledge of pathophysiology and your understanding of this particular client should underpin the nursing problems that you identify which should, in turn, drive the nursing management that is relevant for this clinical scenario.
Although this paper is a case report your style of writing must be structured as an academic paper. Headings are provided for each allocated section but please avoid writing in dot point when composing your paper.
The case report must include the following:
Introduction (200 words)
Introduce the client and provide a brief overview of their case. Provide an outline of the purpose and structure of the report.
You might like to think about the overview of the case study like a verbal clinical handover: what is the key 

information from the case scenario that would be relevant for the plan of care for this client? Primary admission diagnosis (300 words)
Identify the primary diagnosis for the client (
i.e. the reason the client was admitted to hospital). Provide a brief description of the pathophysiology and demonstrate how the presenting manifestations support the client’s primary diagnosis. Support this discussion using current literature (last 5 years). Nursing problems (300 words)

Use your knowledge of pathophysiology and the manifestations, identify two (2) nursing problems that arise as a result of the client’s primary diagnosis. These problems may be actual or potential nursing problems. Provide a brief description for why these problems arise for this client. Support this discussion using current literature (last 5 years).

Nursing Management (500 words)
The nursing management must focus on the nursing assessment, nursing interventions and the role of the Registered Nurse (RN) related to medication management for this client and will address the two (2) identified nursing problems.
Nursing Problem 1: Nursing assessment, nursing intervention, medication management.
Discuss one (1) method of nursing assessment that would need to be performed related to the ongoing nursing management of this nursing problem. Provide a rationale for this type of assessment and briefly describe how this assessment would be conducted in this case.
Discuss one (1) nursing intervention that you would need to implement related to the ongoing nursing management of this nursing problem. Provide a rationale for the intervention.
Discuss the role of the RN in the medication management related to the ongoing nursing management of this nursing problem.
Nursing Problem 2: Nursing assessment, nursing intervention, medication management.
Discuss one (1) method of nursing assessment that would need to be performed related to this nursing problem. Provide a rationale for this type of assessment and briefly describe how this assessment would be conducted in this case.
Discuss one (1) nursing intervention that you would need to implement related to the ongoing nursing management of this nursing problem. Provide a rationale for the intervention.
Discuss the role of the RN in the medication management related to the ongoing nursing management of this nursing problem.
Discharge planning (500 words)
Identify two (2) issues/challenges that you may need to address for this client prior to discharge home. Discuss how you would facilitate a multidisciplinary discharge plan for this client, with consideration to these two (2) issues/challenges?
Summary (200 words)
Summarise the major findings of this case report.
References
Please refer to the Harvard Referencing System to accurately reference your case report
Clinical Scenario: Mr Charles Williamson
Mr Charles Williamson, a 76 year old man, has been admitted to your ward for respite care. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD) 10 years ago. His wife, Elsie, is his primary carer. Charles’ mother died of pneumonia at the age of 78, having had PD for 22 years. He has nil other significant medical history. Charles’ PD symptoms are being managed with Sinemet CR ® (200/50 mg tablets) every 4 hours during the day.
On general appearance, Charles is alert, oriented, but appears slightly anxious with a noticeable tremor in his upper limbs. During the assessment, he has a ‘mask-like’ face and speaks in a hoarse, monotonous voice. Charles’ physical exam reveals a normal blood pressure (120/72) without orthostasis. Heart rate is 76 with a regular rhythm. Charles is able to arise from a chair without pushing off with hands and there is a noticeable ‘drag/scuffing’ of the right foot, heard better than seen. His movements are slow and rigid and his balance appears to be unstable. He has had a recent fall at home sustaining bruising and a skin tear to his right lateral lower leg. He complains of constipation and a lack of appetite. It is also noted that he starts to cough when given a drink of water.
Elsie informs you that Charles is ‘very particular’ about taking his PD medications ‘on-time’. Charles thinks that the effectiveness of his levodopa therapy starts to wear off after 4 hours. He says that he has relatively little ‘good time’ and he alternates between a state of immobility, requiring assistance with activities of daily living (ADL), when the effect of the medication wears ‘off’, and a state of excessive, uncontrolled movements when the medication is in effect.
Charles will be admitted to the ward for 5 days and will require specific nursing interventions to successfully manage his respite care.

****References must be at least for the past 5 years.. 

 

 

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