Discuss the rationale by posting/ responding in the online learning activity/ discussion forum. Order Details/Description
Discuss the rationale by posting/ responding in the online learning activity/ discussion forum.
Caring for Clients with common Digestive/ Gastrointestinal Health Challenges.
Select any three (3) questions from Case Study # 1 or from Case Study # 2, and discuss the rationale by posting/ responding in the online learning activity/ discussion forum. Please identify the case study selected and copy the three questions chosen directly into the post. Include and properly reference information taken from the course readings to support your ideas.
CASE STUDY #2
(must be 3 pages with at least 5 references no older than 5 years)
Joshua Phelps, 37, arrives at the ED complaining of right lower quadrant abdominal pain. You obtain his vital signs and find out that he has no known allergies and takes no medications. His BP is 156/ 94; pulse, 100 and regular; respirations, 20; and temperature, 99.6 F (37.6 C).
What is the next step in investigating his problem?
Mr. Phelpsâ€™ pain began last evening and is associated with nausea, but he hasnâ€™t vomited. Eating doesnâ€™t seem to affect the pain, and he hasnâ€™t had any bowel or bladder changes.
In assessing Mr. Phelpsâ€™s pain, what information should you obtain?
Mr. Phelps describes his pain as constant, deep and achy, and worse with movement. On a pain scale of 0- to 10, with 10 being the worst pain he has ever experienced, he rates the pain at a 7. He doesnâ€™t want to lie supine and is guarding his right lower quadrant.
When assessing Mr. Phelpsâ€™ abdomen, describe the order and specifics associated with the assessment?
Abdominal assessment shows a normal inspection, normoactive bowel sounds, and no masses, enlargement, or tenderness of the liver or spleen. However, Mr. Phelps did display rebound tenderness and positive obturator and iliopsoas signs. Based on his history and physical assessment, the healthcare provider orders a complete blood cell count and urinalysis. The results indicate a total white blood cell (WBC) count elevation with 96% neutrophils. The urinalysis is normal.
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