J.S. is a 42-year-old man who lives in the Midwest and is highly allergic to dust and pollen and has a history of mild asthma.

J.S. is a 42-year-old man who lives in the Midwest and is highly allergic to dust and pollen and has a history of mild asthma. J.S’s wife drove him to the emergency room when his wheezing was unresponsive to his fluticasone/salmeterol (Advair) inhaler. J.S. was unable to lie down, and began to use accessory muscles to breathe. J.S. is immediately started on 4 L oxygen by nasal cannula and intravenous (IV) D5W at 75 mL/hr. A set of arterial blood gases is sent to the laboratory. J.S. appears anxious and says that he is short of breath. Vital signs BP = 152/84           HR = 124 bpm                  RR = 42       Temp = 100.40F ABGs pH = 7.31              PaCO2 = 48            HCO3 = 26   PaO2 = 55 Investigate the condition of asthma and the manifestations of the disease. Analyze the case study provided and determine what symptoms support the diagnosis of asthma. Identify the treatment provided in the emergency department and determine what additional therapies are needed...
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the disproportionate impact on people in poverty

Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the disproportionate impact on people in poverty 5 Pages NO PLAGERISM PLEASE, American sources if you can The problem: Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the disproportionate impact on people in poverty Describe the process of implementing that solution including but not limited to identifying key actors, identifying a revenue plan, and identifying the role of each level of government. Steps: 1. Identify the problem 2. Implementation and Solution 3. Revenue Plan 4. The Role of Government 5. Conclusion     Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the disproportionate   impact on people in poverty   5 Pages NO PLAGERISM PLEASE , American   sources if you can     The problem: Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the disproportionate   impact on people in poverty   Describe the process of implementing that solution including but not limited to identifying key actors, identifying a revenue plan, and identifying the role of each level of government.   Steps:   1.   Identify the problem   2.   Implementation and Solution   3.   Revenue Pla n   4.   The Role of Government   5.   Conclusion       Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the disproportionate impact on people in poverty 5 Pages NO PLAGERISM PLEASE, American sources if you can The problem: Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the disproportionate impact on people in poverty Describe the process of implementing that solution including but not limited...
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It was interesting to learn that some departments in the United States had not submitted their sexual assault kits (SAKs) to forensic labs for testing.

POST 1: It was interesting to learn that some departments in the United States had not submitted their sexual assault kits (SAKs) to forensic labs for testing. Upon further investigation into why they weren’t submitted, lack of resources and funding was revealed to be the issue for some departments. Other reported concerns included victim credibility, cooperation, or predicted outcome of the case itself which are not sufficient reasons to harbor valuable evidence. DNA is critical to forensic investigations especially instances of sexual assault. It can identify a suspect in a single crime, reveal the identity of a serial offender, or exonerate one who has been wrongly accused. There should be a mandate that requires all evidence samples collected by police to be tested. It will benefit the investigation in question as well as further others. POST 2: The most significant challenge caused by bias with respect to evidence collection and examination is that some evidence is seen as stronger than the rest. For...
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Choose one story or from this module and discuss how it portrays the theme that the past affects the present.

Choose one story or from this module and discuss how it portrays the theme that the past affects the present. How is the theme introduced and expressed? What literary devices are prominently used to help illustrate or emphasize this theme? Why do you think the work you've chosen does or doesn't belong in this module? What other theme is expressed in the work? ...
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Part one: Identify different historical definitions of, causal explanations for, and responses to alcohol abuse Part two: Apply social learning theory to alcohol abuse Part three: Analyze the interactional contexts in which alcohol abuse most often occurs

Part one: Identify different historical definitions of, causal explanations for, and responses to alcohol abuse Part two: Apply social learning theory to alcohol abuse Part three: Analyze the interactional contexts in which alcohol abuse most often occurs The posts will be graded according to the following criteria: Relevance: the ideas expressed indicate that the student has read and comprehended the assigned material. Clarity, coherence: the ideas are stated clearly and coherently. Critical thinking: there is evidence that the student has adequately analyzed, synthesized, and evaluated the assigned material. Poses a question for discussion: the posting articulates a question for discussion that pertains to the assigned material. Spelling, grammar: the posting must meet university-level standards of spelling and grammar. Length: each submission must be no less than 250 words in length; there is no maximum length.The word count must be listed at the end of each post. ...
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Ethics And Leadership

In this unit, you will explore your leadership style and how you can use your unique skills to effectively manage a healthcare environment. In a 1-page paper, discuss your leadership style, current weaknesses as a leader, and plans to improve your skills to develop into an ethical and effective healthcare leader. Include two (2) academic references and submit your assignment in APA format. Requirements: Identify one or two leadership styles (for the purpose of the assignment) that reflect how you lead. Identify your current weaknesses based on the characteristics of the leadership styles. Propose how you will improve your skills to develop into an ethical and effective healthcare leader. (For example, education, networking, associations, mentoring, and volunteering, etc.). Include two (2) academic references. ...
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Importing And Exporting Related Activities Of An Organization

 Article Assignments: This assignment is a review/analysis and critique of an article. The article chosen may be selected from the two most recent issues of magazines selected. The assignments are to include an one paragraph summary of the article and at least a paragraph analyzing how the issues of the article relate to the material of the day. Attention: The length of the critique has to be at least the same length as the summary. ...
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Diagnosis: Lung cancer, stage 4 This scenario is part of the Julia Morales and Lucy Grey Unfolding Case. The scenario can be used as a standalone scenario or as part 1 of the case.

Diagnosis: Lung cancer, stage 4 This scenario is part of the Julia Morales and Lucy Grey Unfolding Case. The scenario can be used as a standalone scenario or as part 1 of the case. The Unfolding Case Julia Morales, age 65, and Lucy Grey, age 73, are partners who have been together for more than 25 years. They are retired and have spent the past several years traveling together. Julia has lung cancer, which has been treated with chemotherapy and radiation, and now she wishes to stop treatment. Lucy is supportive and feels she will be able to care for Julia in their home. Lucy’s past medical history includes a knee replacement. Their support system includes Julia’s son, Neil. The simulation scenarios begin with the home health nurse evaluating Julia after she has decided to stop treatment for her lung cancer. Her partner Lucy wishes to care for her in their home. In the second scenario, the end of Julia’s life is near and...
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