Demonstrate and applies knowledge of a range of mental health and physical health condition in the assessment planning implementation and evaluation of person-centered evidence-based care.
1000 ward case study
- Demonstrate and applies knowledge of a range of mental health and physical health condition in the assessment planning implementation and evaluation of person-centered evidence-based care.
- Demonstrates understanding of the contribution of social influences health literacy behaviors and lifestyle choices to the mental health and physical health outcome in people families and communities.
- Accurately undertakes risk assessment demonstrating understanding of risk management and health improvement strategies.
- Interact and engage confidently with family /carers and members of the multidisciplinary team in coordinating care.
study case information ;
38 years old female with a past medical history of; Epilepsy obesity ( very high BMI) alcohol-dependent fatty liver disease and hypoxic seizure. No Allergise patient was admitted to the hospital due to hypoxic seizure and drop the saturation and low blood pressure .
Assessment patient: regular oramorph no allergies the patient had package care 3 times daily also her friends are visiting to help with shopping and household the patient had special equipment at homes such as walk-in shower with grab rail kitchen trolley and raised toilet and special bariatric bed.
During the time on the ward the patient informed since her husband passed away she can’t cope and suffer from anxiety and depression and she struggles with basic. During the time on the ward she had 3 episodes of hypoxic seizure for 1 min her saturation drop so oxygen was required and some medication. Also her blood test was monitoring closely. The patient also had an x-ray and neuro exam After a few weeks patient was better and ready for discharge home but she was panicking how she cope at home. social care was involved with some more help and support.
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