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They have tried to make it a safer treatment these days by giving the patient muscle relaxants to help control the person’s seizures and they also use anesthetics to put the people to sleep so they are sleeping during the treatment. To me this seems exceptionally dangerous and not worth the risks. One of the risks is the memory loss that people have after the treatments. It is very possible that you could lose some very important things from your memories. Having seizures is dangerous and does destroy brain cells.
We discussed alternative approaches to the treatment of anxiety with different medications. The two medications my preceptor often suggests to patients that are non addictive are Vistaril and Seroquel. Because these two medications are non-addictive as well as offer a calming effect on patients with anxiety, my preceptor said that they are often used for his patients. My preceptor encouraged me to offer Seroquel or Vistaril first in the future when I am when dealing with patients and their anxiety. I still strive to accomplish the goal of knowing which medications would be best for aparticular patient, and how to decide on one of these drugs over the other one based on the patient’s needs.
The article opened my eyes to how DO doctors are treated compared to MD doctors. I do not think there is really much of a difference. I believe that an osteopathic doctor is just as good if not better than a regular doctor. An osteopathic doctor focuses more on the patients. They focus on why the patients are hurting and they pay more attention to how they can fix it without using medicine or surgery.
One of them was her mental illness when she was young when she was diagnosed with depression. She went on medication to be able to help her but did it really help her? Many believe that it didn’t all the medication didn’t help it might make her feel some type of way but was it the correct feelings? Music was her cure to it what helped her go through that, but maybe it was a temporary cure just like the medication. I see it as temporary like any sort because we all have something that helps us realize the pain, yet one day it will fail us and cause us to commit many errors to our
Vicodin is a central nervous depressant which means it slows down the brain activity and has affects on other parts of the body. Before researching this medication I knew very little and was very mal informed about Vicodin. Going a little bit more in depth helped me understand what it is, how it works, the recommended dosage and a few more other things about Vicodin. Overall I learned that this is a very strong pain reliever and should not be taken more then every 4-6 hours. The dosage depends on your own personal tolerance and if you have any complications to contact your doctor
The main thing I learned was that not all of patients with major depressive disorder have the same symptoms, so interventions should be individualized and be consistent when different nurses take care of a patient. The hand-off report provides consistent care plan when changing shifts. I also learned how to make a quick and complete assessment on patients within a limited time and find out expected or unexpected findings. I am also more comfortable to talk to patients with mental illness. What would you recommend to future students regarding completing this assignment?
In addition to those characteristic, there is a collaborative one. This characteristic is meant to create a stable structured relationships between the client(s) and therapist, this is because of the symptoms and individua can experience with BPD and how vulnerable they may be to interpersonal relationships. When a psychologist believes the therapy treatment is not enough they may send the individual to a psychiatrist where they can be given medication as a replacement or add on to the therapy treatment. Often when an individual present paranoia, split thinking, and dissociative episodes, they are given antipsychotic medication
I think the system is a great use for assistance but shouldn’t make the final decision on a person’s life. The system provides the doctors with different treatment options. This program would be great for a guide for the doctors but the medical provider should make the final
All nurses and healthcare professionals are obligated to help patients and to follow through on the desire to good and not harm them. The doctors and nurses in the study did not hold up their obligation to give the participants in the study the best treatment for their disease. Since penicillin was being used for the treatment of penicillin in the 1940s, the doctors and nurses should have given the participants of the study the penicillin according to the ethical principle of beneficence. Instead of giving the participants the penicillin, the doctors and nurses continued with the original ‘treatment’ even though they knew it would not cure the participants’
An example of humanistic therapy would be client centered therapy, in which a therapist provides a warm supportive atmosphere to improve the client’s self concept. They focus on conscious thoughts. They also might mirror your feelings back at you for you to understand how you feel. I used anti anxiety medication to calm my anxiety, it helped me to relax and sort through my thoughts better. I also went to some therapy sessions, but I did not like the approach the therapist used.
Depending on your insurance or specific lifestyle, it may be expensive to keep taking your antidepressant medication. Before quitting the meds on your own, discuss the issue with your doctor. He may be able to prescribe a generic or lower-cost version for you.http://www.cigna.com/healthwellness/hw/medical-topics/depression-zx3018 #Recognize that quitting antidepressants puts you at risk for withdrawal. Abruptly discontinuing your antidepressant medication can cause withdrawal symptoms. If your antidepressant affects the chemical serotonin in the brain, your body will experience physical and emotional symptoms when the medication is discontinued.
The mental health status of a patient is very important when you are dealing with drug abuse and suicidality. Knowing if there is co-morbidity in the diagnosis will help determine the best treatment plan for the patient. However, not all hospitals are required to run mental health screening on their patients. Often this test is left up to the desecration of the medical staff on duty at the time of the patients intake. Data Analysis Plan I used a linear multiple regression to determine whether or not an association is present.
Were there more deaths related to not following the Moderation Sedation policy? No additional deaths were found related to Moderate Sedation because the plan has worked. If additional deaths were found we would evaluate charts of patients who had a procedure done at bedside to see if the Moderate Sedation policy was followed. If not follow up would be needed to see why it was not followed, which would include speaking with the physician and nurse at bedside who performed the procedure. Not following the policy was it do to lack of understanding, if so additional education would be needed.
I also think this career would be the perfect ﬁt for me because I can care for patients, but because I am not great at socializing I will only be caring for them when they are asleep. I also think being able to watch the surgeries and procedures will be very interesting. The second career I am interested in is PA. PA’s can diagnose and treat illnesses, prescribe medication, and collaborate with other doctors and hospitals.PA’s do almost everything a doctor would do in a doctor’s ofﬁce or clinic, which is why I am interested in it. I have never been very fond of doing surgery or 12 or more years of schooling, but I’ve always wanted to take care of patients like doctors did. PA’s do that very thing, but they can assist in surgeries if they want.