Mental Status;Growth And Measurement;Nutrition
- Which part of the brain is primarily responsible for a person’s mental status?
- What is anxiety?
- Which test is a standardized tool that may be used quantitatively to estimate cognitive function or serially to document cognitive changes?
- In which type of aphasia is the patient’s reading comprehension and writing severely impaired?
The patient is a 68–year-old man with a past medical history significant for dementia, hyperlipidemia, coronary artery disease (CAD). The patient noted having a good appetite and denied problems with sleeping or weight changes. He stated that he was depressed because he was worried about his financial issues and problems.
1. When examining the history of present illness for this patient, what questions would the health care provider ask?
2. What indicators would you consider if the patient were at risk for suicide?
3. What symptoms would indicate a diagnosis of delirium versus depression?
What is growth?
Describe the action of the growth hormone.
As a child grows from infancy to adulthood, the change in body proportion is related to the pattern of which type of growth?
How does the head circumference of a 2-year-old child compare with his or her adult size?
how height can be determined in a person who is unable to stand (e.g., a patient with paraplegia).
What is measure when a child is suspected of having a growth problem or unusual body proportions?
Christine is a 14-year-old female adolescent who presents to the office with her mother. Her mother is concerned about her lack of development, especially her height. Christine is diagnosed with Turner syndrome.What is the genetic disorder of Turner syndrome?
What is the genetic disorder of Turner syndrome?
What physical findings would you expect to see on examination?
What is the chromosomal anomaly for Turner syndrome?
What are macronutrients, and what is grouped in this category?
: What factors affect energy requirements?
Mrs. Harris is a 38-year-old female patient who has a past medical history of heavy menstrual periods. She returns to the office 6 weeks postpartum and for a follow-up for her anemia.
What is the most common cause of anemia?
What symptom presentation would you expect for a patient with iron-deficiency anemia?
What physical examination findings would you expect to see?
. What dietary education would you provide to the patient?