Patient B Was Rushed To Northern Mindanao Medical Center Emergency Due To Chest Tightness

Nursing Health History A. Biological Data Patient B was a 46 years old Filipino, female, was born on November 07, 1966 and residing at Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City. Her religion is Roman Catholic. She is married and living with her family and has three children. She was admitted for the first at Northern Mindanao Medical Center under doctor Flores as her admitting physician with the diagnosis of chronic kidney disease stage 5 secondary to diabetes mellitus, nepropathy. B. Chief Complaint Patient B was rushed to Northern Mindanao Medical Center Emergency due to chest tightness. C. History of Present Illness Three months prior on admission, patient experienced onset of bipedal edema with easy fatigability and early signs of periorbital edema. A month before admission, there was progression of edema on the thighs and signs of right eye blurring of vision. On the third week prior to admission, patient experienced exertional dyspnea and blurring of vision on the left eye. Patient sought consultation at City Hospital and was given Furosemide. D. Past Health History Patient had no past health history since it was her first time to be admitted in Northern Mindanao Medical Center. E. Functional Health Pattern Upon assessment, patient was in pain, restless and complained of loss of vision. Patient had non pitting bipedal edema, dyspnea even at rest. Because of this, patient had been irritable during assessment gave us small informations about her. She was a non drug user and non alcoholic drinker. Patient b has a history of hypertension and diabetes mellitus on maternal side. F. Nutritional and Metabolic Pattern Patient B’s usual daily food intake before admission was 2 cups of rice and viand with a fluid intake of 3-5 glass of water a total of 720 mL every day. Upon admission, patient B was ordered…

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Penjabaran Mata Kuliah

Versi : 2 Revisi: 2 Tanggal Revisi :19 September 2014 Tanggal Berlaku :26 September 2014 PENJABARAN MATA KULIAH (COURSE OUTLINE) Identitas Mata Kuliah Nama mata kuliah :Pendidikan Agama I Kelompok mata kuliah :Mata kuliah Pembentuk Kompetensi Utama Bobot sks : 2 SKS Nomor Mata Kuliah : 10000711 Semester : I (Ganjil) Prasyarat : – Program studi : Akuntansi (kelasa) Fakultas :Ekonomi Nama Dosen : Junanah, Dr, MIS Deskripsi Matakuliah Matakuliah Pendidikan Agama I, merupakan Matakuliah Universitas [kurikulum lokal] yang diberikan pada semester I [Satu] untuk Program Studi Akuntansi, Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Islam Indonesia dengan bobot 2 SKS. Dasar pemikiran munculnya mata kuliah Pendidikan Agama I yang merupakan mata kuliah kekhususan UII, didasarkan pada statuta UII pada mukaddimah yaitu …. dalam rangka melahirkan pemimpin umat dan bangsa yang mampu menampakan prinsip-prinsip Islam sebagai prinsip-prinsip modern yang membawa rahmat bagi seluruh bangsa dan umat manusia. Pada Bab II, pasal 7, ditegaskan UII bertujuan : ayat [1] : membentuk tenaga ahli dan sarjana muslim, bertaqwa, berakhlaq mulia, terampil, berilmu amalia dan beramal ilmiah, dan pada ayat [3] : turut serta membangun masyarakat dan negara RI adil dan makmur berdasarkan Pancasila, UUD 1945 yang diridloi Allah Swt. Maka sesuai dengan Visi dan Misi Universitas dan jurusan, secara ideal mata kuliah ini diharapkan dapat mewujudkan pendidikan agama secara terpadu di Universitas Islam Indonesia. Di sisi lain, matakuliah ini memberikan kemampuan dasar bagi mahasiswa untuk memahami dan menghayati Akidah Islam secara benar   Peta Konsep (Concept Map) Dengan Peta Konsep ini, diharapkan dapat mengarahkan mahasiswa untuk mengetahui materi-materi kuliah Pendidkan Agama Iyang akan dipelajari selama satu semester. Kontrak belajar dan Overview Pengantar dari Pokok Bahasan Bahasa Arab II selama satu semester dan Refrence yang digunakan   IMAN KEPADA MALAIKAT MANUSIA DAN AGAMA ALLHA SEBAGAI KHALIK MANUSIA SBG MAKHLUK FITRAH MANUSIA AGAMA ISLAM KARAKTERISTIK AJARAN ISLAM PENDIDIKAN…

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People Treat Facebook As An Authentic Part Of Their Lives

The best way to optimise your own advertising strategy is to see how others have used Facebook Adverts as an effective marketing solution. Whether it’s a product, event, local business or service, these advertisers have had success in: Using our targeting to reach their exact audience Developing efficient, cost-effective strategies to maximise their budgets Building a community of supporters and customers Successful targeting People treat Facebook as an authentic part of their lives, so you can be sure you are connecting with real people with real interest in your products. Facebook Adverts provided CM Photographic with the ability to target its exact demographic: 24-30-year-old women whose relationship status on Facebook indicated that they were engaged. Over 12 months, CM Photographics generated nearly $40,000 in revenue directly from a $600 advertising investment on Facebook. Of the Facebook users who were directed to CM Photographics’ website from the adverts, 60% became qualified leads and actively expressed interest in more information. Increased ROI Facebook Adverts makes it easy and cost-effective to quickly set up and manage your campaign. G5 found success setting up a series of Facebook Advert campaigns for StorQuest self-service storage facilities targeted towards university students at 21 campuses prior to the summer break. Real-time suggested bids for our auction-based system provided guidance that enabled G5 to hone advert effectiveness based on their various targeting filters (age, university level and location). The results from StorQuest’s Facebook advert campaign were one of their highest performing online advertising efforts: Over 50% increase in total rentals versus prior year at the same store. 10% conversion rate from visits originating from Facebook Adverts. On par with Google AdWords on a cost-per-lead and cost-per-customer basis. $1.25 CPC delivered $10.25 cost-per-lead. $100 average rentals; $600 average life time value per customer. Facebook pages and adverts When you advertiseFacebook Pages or Facebook…

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Neonatal Sepsis May Be Categorized As Early Or Late Onset

I. INTRODUCTION Neonatal sepsis may be categorized as early or late onset. Eighty-five percent of newborns with early-onset infection present within 24 hours, 5% present at 24-48 hours, and a smaller percentage of patients present within 48-72 hours. Early onset sepsis syndrome is associated with acquisition of microorganisms from the mother. Transplacental infection or an ascending infection from the cervix may be caused by organisms that colonize in the mother’s genitourinary tract, with acquisition of the microbe by passage through a colonized birth canal at delivery. The microorganisms most commonly associated with early-onset infection include group B Streptococcus (GBS), Escherichia coli, coagulase-negative Staphylococcus, Haemophilus influenzae, and Listeria monocytogenes. II. ASSESSMENT Demographic Data Name: T, PJ. Age: 5 ½ days old Gender: Male Address: Barangay Plainville, Mandaluyong City Date of Birth: August 13, 2011 Birthplace: Mandaluyong City Height: 45 cm Weight: 2.11 lbs Race: Asian Nationality: Filipino Religion: N/A Civil Status: N/A Language spoken: N/A Language understood: N/A Date of Admission: August 15, 2011 Place of Admission: Mandaluyong Medical Center Admitting Diagnosis: To consider sepsis neonatorum Informant: Mother % of reliability: 80% Chief Complaint: Fever History of Present Illness 2 days prior to admission, patient started to have fever. He had a temperature of 38°C (via home digital thermometer), and was immediately given a tepid sponge bath, thinking it could help to vary the temperature. The temperature was checked again after 4 hours, and no change occurred, so the mother decided to bring the patient to the hospital. Upon check-up, the patient was graded with 38.5°C, and was advised for admission. The patient is now admitted in the Pediatric Infectious Ward of Mandaluyong Medical Center. Past Medical History Upon delivery, the patient was initially given a vaccine for Hepatitis B. Also, an additional nutritive vaccine Vitamin K was given. Obstetric History…

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Nursing Assessment

I. NURSING ASSESSMENT A.Personal Data Patient’s Name: Jahzeel Mary D. De Paz Age: 6 yrs. old Birth date: November 22, 2003 Address: Youngfield, Tacloban City Sex: Female Religion: Baptist Civil Status: Single Father: Darrius De Paz (Bombay collector) Mother: Merrian De Paz (house wife) Diagnosis: Urinary Tract Infection Physician: Dr. Ramas Source of information: Mother Reliability: 95% (reliable) Present Illness: Condition started 3 days prior to interview as an onset of an intermittent Fever, Dysuria and Incontinence, used TSB as a relief for fever. Persistence of above symptoms prompted her family to consult a physician. Past Medical History: Patient was hospitalized at the age of 6 year old, due to Bilateral Hernia surgery last May 7, 2010 at EVRMC. Jahzeel again has been hospitalized last june 2, 2010 at City Hospital due to UTI, associated with fever and cough, and use amoxiclav 7ml 3x a day for 7 days, paracetamol (vial) for relief. The mother also claimed that her daughter experienced Mumps, no treatment used. Never experience measles, chicken pox. Jahzeel is a fully immunized child, as what the mother said. Family History: The mother claimed that they have heridofamilial disease, such as arthritis on the mother side. No known genetic disease on paternal side. Birth History: The client is the 2nd sibling of Mr. and Mrs. De Paz, via normal delivery last November 22, 2003 at EVRMC. Feeding History: The patient was breastfed from birth until 3 yrs old and 6 months. No alternative milk used. They started supplementary feeding at an age of 7 moths, such as cerelac, smashed squash, lugaw etc. take vitamins (tiki-tiki, celine). Growth and Development: Complete tooth but defective, at the age of 4 years old the client began to use toilet with assistance. Her behavior coincides with the normal developmental theories. Psychosocial History:…

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