Measles Case Study Ms. R, a 25-year-old health care worker from Chicago, volunteered for work in Haiti with her church group following the earthquake. She observed a high incidence of measles in infants in the tent cities set up for survivors Discussion Questions 1. Identify factors that would promote the transmission of measles in this case. 2. For each factor, suggest at least one preventive measure that could be undertaken. 3. Appraise if Ms. R at risk for measles. Support your conclusions 4. Analyze how host resistance been reduced in the Haitian population. 5. Design a research project that includes three possible methods of study with the goal of reducing the incidence of measles transmission. Choose the method that you think may be most successful and provide your rationale for this choice. (Ctri)
list Grades More Tools Resourc Dropbox 3 Instructions Dropbox3 The case studies below present a patient scenario. Analyze the information in each case study and respond to the following questions. Each case study is worth 30 points. Due Friday Hematology Case Study Mr. X, age 57, presented to his physician with marked fatigue, nausea with occasional diarrhea, and a sore, swollen tongue. Lately he also has been experiencing a tingling feeling in his toes and a feeling of clumsiness. Microscopic examination of a blood sample indicated a reduced number of erythrocytes, many o which are megaloblasts, and a reduced number of leukocytes, including many large, hypersegmented cells Hemoglobin and serum levels of vitamin B12 were below normal. Additional tests confirm pernicious anemia. 1. Relate the pathophysiology of pernicious anemia to the manifestations listed above. 2. Analyze how the gastric abnormalities contribute to vitamin 8i2 and iron deficiency 3. Examine how vitamin Bi2 deficiency causes complications associated with pernicious anemia 4. Differentiate additional tests that could be performed to diagnose this type of anemia 5. Appraise the treatment available, including benefits and limitations. Lymphatic Disease Case Study Ms. Y. is a 31-year-old female who reported to her physician that she has recently lost weight, always seem tired, and has experienced night sweats. A few months ago she had noticed a small firm lump on her neck that was painless and not tender, so she ignored it. Closer physical examination revealed swelling of severa lymph nodes in the neck and throat region. A blood test indicated a decreased lymphocyte count and a lymp node biopsy revealed the presence of Reed-Sternberg cells, confirming the diagnosis of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Due Friday Relate the pathophysiologic changes to the manifestations and lab results 2. Differentiate the four stages of the disease based on the Ann Arbor staging system and appraise the patient’s probably stage. Interpret the prognosis 3. Examine the treatment options for this patient 4. Distinguish the differences between Hodgkin’s and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphomas. Dropbox 3 Rubric Hematology Case Study TA Insrrantahla Drnficiant Critaris Print Download Reflect in ePortfollo https://ecis.ucourses.com/d211e/content/837634/viewContent/4107929/View
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