This essay is about a 54-year-old who is in marriage woman with three adult children. The woman has been the office manager of a small law firm for 20 years and has enjoyed her work until this past year.However, The lady has rheumatoid arthritis with minimal impairment that has been managing well with NSAIDs. She has been taking conjugated estrogens for 8 years and decided to stop taking them because of her concern of their risks without sufficient medical benefit.
Angela is a 54-year-old married woman with three adult children.However, She has been the office manager of a small law firm for 20 years and has enjoyed her work until this past year.The lady has rheumatoid arthritis with minimal impairment that has been managed well with NSAIDs. She has been taking conjugated estrogens for 8 years and decided to stop taking them because of her concern of their risks without sufficient medical benefit. She has tolerated the discontinuation without difficulty.
At her annual medical checkup appointment, she told her primary care provider that she seemed to be tired all the time, and she was gaining weight because she had no interest in her usual exercise activities and had been overeating, not from appetite but out of boredom.Moreover, She denies that she and her husband have had marital difficulties beyond the ordinary and she pleases with the achievements of her children.
most mornings without her alarm and cannot go back to sleep even though she still feels tired. However, She finds little joy in her life but cannot pinpoint any particular concern. However, Although she denies suicidal feelings, she does not feel that there is meaning to her life: “My husband and kids would go on fine if I died and probably wouldn’t miss me that much.” The primary care provider asks Angela to fill out a Beck’s Depression Scale, which indicated she has moderate depression.
1. What medication would you first prescribe to this patient? 2. She comes back in 2 weeks and states she has not noticed and change in her mood since starting on the medication. What would be your response? 3. What are the possible problems with the medication you prescribed? 4.
· Week 9 Project
Top of Form
Due Feb 1, 2021 10:59 PM
Bottom of Form
This will be in action weekly and according to what we will be studying for that week, and will begin Week 2, and end Week 9.
Each student will be responsible for preparing one presentation on pharmacological management of the disease or pharmacological applications of a drug or group of drugs.
1. Firstly, Each student will clearly write a title for this topic.
Examples are ‘Pharmacological Management of Deep Vein Thrombosis and/or Pulmonary Embolisms Using Anticoagulants/Thrombolytics and Nursing Implications’ or ‘Pharmacological Effects of Anti-hypertensive Medications in the Management of Hypertension and Nursing Implications’
Nursing Implications are the nursing related consequences and what you as the nurse should be looking for in the treatment and care of your patient.
2.Secondly, Students must get their title approval by the professor before the deadline shown in your schedule. Unapproved titles will not be accepted
3. Thirdly, The presentation must identify the Pharmacodynamic properties and actual/potential effects on the patient.
4. Finally, This is worth 20 points.
· Submit your assignment to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned.