Initial Post

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Assignment: Assessment 1
M, L

Health Care Provider: A P

Sex: M

Weight: 255 lbs 12 oz

Code Status: 02

Isolation: 00

Food Allergies: 00

Diet: 01

Hospital Floor:

Age: 62 Y

Height: 6'

Alerts: 00

Drug Allergies: 00

Env. Allergies: 00

BMI: 34.7


Student: Marlen Flores Assignment: Assessment 1 Submitted: 02/16/2016 15:49
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Clinical Set-up Details
First Day of Clinical:


Primary Diagnosis:

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Provider Name:

P, A

Secondary Diagnosis:

Student Details:

Patient Details:

First Initial:


Identifier 1: L

Last Name:


Identifier 2: M






62 Years

Pre-Clinical Manager
Patient Info Identifier: M, L

Gender: M

Age: 62 Y

Nurse Initials: M Flores, SNPC

Diagnosis (1)
Primary Diagnosis:

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

A progressive disease that is associated with difficulty breathing due to severe injuries to the pulmonary alveoli. The cause of this disease is the continuous exposure to cigarette smoke either actively or passively, and contaminated environments which reduces the shortness of breath and chest tightness. COPD may appear as two distinct disorders: emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Emphysema is the broadening of the alveoli and the destruction of their walls.
Chronic bronchitis is manifested as a chronic persistent cough that produces sputum and it is not due to an apparent clinical cause, like lung cancer, but rather the dilation of the bronchial glands that causes excessive mucus secretion.
Both diseases are closely linked and often occur simultaneously, or one ends up causing the other.
Therapeutic Regimen:

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