In relation to Mr. Hardy’s observations, would firstly notify the registered nurse if she or he is available, if not notify the doctor, senior nurse or the team leader that is working. Question 3 Discuss the inter-relationship between Mr. Hardy’s Cardiac Vascular System (his hypertension) and Central Nervous System (his C.V.-stroke). (200 words or less) Cardiac vascular system (hypertension) controls the circulation of blood in the body.
Hypertension occurs when the heart pumps blood around the body through the blood vessels and uses extra force through the arteries that dads to their weakness and losing their elasticity, which reduces in blood flow through the vessels and causes the stroke to happen. When the stroke occurs it leads to death of the brain tissues, and starts to impacting on Mr. Hardy’s ability to walk, talk and doing his daily activities and damages the central nervous system. The central nervous system (stroke) controls the activities of the body and includes the brain that controls the thinking and the body functions.
Mr. Hardy’s stroke was caused from his hypertension that occurred from his obesity, smoking and his family history. That led to thrombus in the arteries and blocking the blood flow. When the stroke happens, it damages the central nervous system, therefore if no impulses are going to the heart, it will stops beating functioning and directs the person to not breathing , that puts the patient in a coma and eventually leads to death. Question 4 Identify and briefly explain the role of three (3) health professionals whom would be involved in Mr. Hardy’s rehabilitation. 1 00 words or less) The three health professionals that would be involved are: 1 . Dietician: Helps people maintain a healthy life style by directing them to dating healthy and following a specific diet plan. Mr. Hardy needs a dietician to help him lose weight due to him being obese. 2. Physiotherapy: Assists patients in improving their movement and functions after getting in to a major accident or a stroke ,resembling Mr. Hardy’s condition. 3. Speech therapist: Trains patients with improving their speaking and language problems after recovering from a stroke or any other condition..
Question 5 List four (4) contributing factors that may have impacted upon the development of Franks angina. The four contributing factors include: Obesity: lack of exercise causes a person to be obese, his body will be carrying too much fat, and so to provide blood to the excess tissues the heart has to work harder which impacted upon the development of Franks angina. -Hypertension: when heart muscle doesn’t get enough blood to function normally, angina occurs .
Therefore Frank has hypertension which damages the heart and the blood pumps more than usual through the arteries. -Smoking: when a person smokes it increases the person’s hypertension and causes the blood to clot which results in having a stroke and heart problems. Family history: when a person in the family has history of angina, Franks risk of developing angina is increased. Http://www. Woolgathering. Com/smoking-and-the-heart. PH http://www. Patient. Co. UK/health/angina-leaflet Check your SARA book for correct referencing.
Question 6 The term pathologically explains the processes within the body that result in the signs and symptoms of a disease. In relation to Frank, what caused his stroke (cerebral vascular accident-C.V.), and how did it damage his brain? (1 00 words or less) Cerebral vascular accident C.V. (stroke) occurred from Franks hypertension hat was caused from his obesity, smoking and his family history. Hypertension can cause blood clots to form in the arteries leading to Mr. Hardy’s brain, and blocking the blood flow, which eventually caused the stroke (chemic stroke).
As well as rupture can happen from the weakness of the arteries, they lose their elasticity and results to decrease in blood flow through the vessels, and stroke happens which is called hemorrhagic stroke. This can lead to hypoxia in which the amount of oxygen getting to the tissues is reduced, so the brain tissues start to die. The brain controls the ability to think and all body functions which made a big damage to Mr. Hardy’s health. Question 7 Within your scope of practice as an EN/Diva 2, outline two appropriate nursing interventions that would be indicated in this scenario (20 words or less).
Two appropriate nursing interventions within my scope of practice as an EN/ Diva would be: Assisting in mobility: getting him out of bed. ADDLES: offering to help him with showering, going toilet, and doing his daily hygiene routine. Question 8 Identify two health care professionals within the multidisciplinary team who deed to be consulted in regards to Franks care and summaries the roles they play and include how their roles differ to the EN role (1 50 words or less) The two health care professionals are : Registered nurse: is a nurse who is responsible for the coordination of the clients, clinical services etc.
A registered nurse is fully trained therefore she or he can give patient their medicine, can train staff, observe the health and well being of a patient ,can write health care plans etc. As for an Enrolled nurse, they have to work within their scope of practice and under the supervision of Registered nurse; they are not fully trained for all positions, as a result they can assist patients with mobility and their ADDLES etc.
Speech pathology: are professions who treats patients with their communication difficulties, eating difficulties and who has dysphasia. The difference between speech pathologists role and an Enrolled nurse’s role is that the EN can only help the patients with basic assistance, like mobility and not treat the patient As for the speech pathologist he or she can treat the patient and help them recover. Question 9 Summaries two main functional deficits (signs and symptoms of illness) in Franks body systems necessitating nursing care (50 words or less).
The two main functional deficits are : Dysphasia: Frank had difficulties in swallowing which is called Dysphasia and had to be admitted to hospital. This symptom was caused from the severe chest infection (angina) and might be from his history of heavy cigarette smoking; this problem caused him to stop eating which made him weaker and only wanted to rest. Lack of eating will cause him to have low nutrients and would make his health and well being even worse than it is.