Patient is a 51 year old Caucasian female living alone in her own home. The patient has a history and current syntoms of geralized anxity disorder, social phoina and panic attacks, which she takes madications for and sees a psychrist 2-3 times per month in Havasu. Patinets lives with six cats and the house environment is somewhat cluttered. The patinet is orinally from Glendale, CA., has a brother in Palmdale, CA, who is stays in contact with sometimes. Pt has a daughter in Big River, who is not supportive of her, but has three grandchildren who visit her. Pt does have a car and drivers licence, but chooses not to drive because she afarid she will have a panic attack. Patinet stated she has always been this anxious..all started when her
A fourteen year old girl, Susie Salmon was presumed dead in Noristown Pennsylvania on December 6, 1973. Police have been looking for her for a while. Police Detective Len Fenerman gave us an insider on the investigation, stating “ Gilbert’s dog found an elbow in the cornfield.” Susie was last seen leaving the school, Fenerman and the others working on this investigation have found a school book, her hat, and a love note in the cornfield. Jack and Abigail Salmon are grieving their daughter, praying that it isn’t her elbow that was found. Jack Salmon gave a description matching the exact description of the elbow found. Jack and Abigail have two other children a thirteen year old girl Lindsey, and a four year old boy named Buckley.
Helen is 32-year old African American married female. She entered the emergency room at aabout 3 A.M. restrained by policemen. Helen was reported to have been partying at a bar when she gradually become louder and exceedingly wilder. She was seen standing on the bar’s table, talking excessively, and knocking over glasses. The bartender finally kicked her out where she proceeded to dance and sing in the streets. When the police tried to get Helen out of the road, she began to swear at the officers and would not budge. They had to handcuff her and force her into their police car. They brought her into the emergency
This essay will discuss a chosen individual with hip fracture from practise placement and explore the context to which health and social care is administered in the UK. CMOP-E model will be used to examine the theoretical concepts of occupational therapy and the identification of occupational performance needs of the chosen patient. The role of multi disciplinary team participation will be discussed with reference to the patient’s treatment whilst demonstrating safe practise in relation to personal safety and safety of others.
Once upon a time there was a fair maiden named Susie. She lived a happy life, trusting of any creature that she met. She was especially fond of knights because she 'd her brother, Jack, was a knight. She met some knights through her brother and they all had treated her chivalrously which made her think very well of them. So much so that she 'd fallen in love with one her brothers fellow knight. The knight she 'd fallen for was named Barrack, and they 'd been dating for a while. They usually spoke after Barrack was done with his missions and he would pick her up while she walked by the village.
In the case study, I would like to use several theories and concepts to analysis the case of Susan. I would briefly analysis the case by using social ecological theory and analysis in detail by using the relevant theories.
I met Ms. Tocco at the St. John’s physical therapy department. Ms. Tocco was open to providing me information on her current and prior medical history. Ms. Tocco moves very slowly, is unable to pick items up from the floor. Ms. Tocco changes her position frequently when sitting.
Pursuant to Md. Code (1984, 2014 Repl. Vol., 2015 Suppl.), § 10-222(h)(3) of the State Government Article (“SG”), we may only reverse or modify the decision of an administrative agency if that decision is:
A-Based on this writer 's assessment, the patient appeared to be alert and oriented. No evidence of SI/HI.
As well as the debilitating arthritis, she had hypertension required three antihypertensive medications to control. Those meds were held pre surgery, and never resumed.
Mary L Walsh is a 84 y.o. female who presented on 5/6/2017 with chief complaint of back pain and leg pain after a fall. Mary was tearful and reported feeling sad. Mary reported she was in significant pain and requested I asked her nurse for more pain medication. Mary reported she fell at home on Saturday but did not tell anyone until her son David came to the home later that day. Mary reported "I am just getting old and having lots of problems". Mary explained to her son she could not walk and he called an ambulance. Mary stated she does not like to bother her children with her problems because they are all very busy people. Mary was wearing the same night gown and bathrobe she was transported to the hospital in. The bathrobe was dirty
I attended a hearing on your behalf in the above-referenced matter before Judge O’Connor in New Windsor, New York on 07/19/2017. The claimant was present and was represented by attorney Nancy Flaherty.
The doctor did confirm that the claimant was released to return to work without any restrictions on 06/05/17 as he had an excellent result from his surgery. The doctor would not agree that the claimant’s condition could have developed without trauma or just by activities of daily living. He said there would had to been some more serious activity and he no history other then the history of the claimant’s work activities. So he felt that was the cause of the claimant’s
There are many types of depression disorders and pain disorders. The two I will be talking about are Somatic Symptom Disorder and Major Depression Disorder. The difference between the two is where Somatic a person complains about pain that no one can find and the other one is depression. In the article that I read about Michelle Adams, 51-year-old former hairdresser. She had gone to a psychiatric clinic. She seemed like a lady that was very unhappy and had a different way of seeing things in life. She had been suffering from unbearable back pain for the last 13 months. This happened after her fall when she had fallen and fractured her pelvis, coccyx, right elbow and three ribs. She had daily narcotic medication that only moderately helped her. She said that the doctors said that she could go back to work but she said that the doctors did not see what she was going through and that they though she
This assignment will be discussing Generalised Anxiety Disorder based on Jessica’s case study. This will be done by interpreting and discussing Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Major Depression as umbrella diagnosis to the case study using relevant clinical description. Biological, psychological and social aetiology of Major Depression and Generalised Anxiety disorder as disorders seen in Jessica’s case will be explained. We have identified Jessica’s case as that of Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Major Depressive disorder as she shows symptoms of each of the disorders.