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There are questions in the file i have attached. i really need help, it is due today and i have a family to take care of.

There are questions in the file i have attached. i really need help, it is due today and i have a family to take care of.
Assessment TaskWritten 9v6nn5z7uhv3b1ie Student Name Girana Nabi Student Number Unit Code/s & Name/s HLTAAP002 Confirm physical health status HLTAAP003 Analyse and respond to client health information Cluster Name If applicable Assess and analyse health information Assessment Type ☒ Case Study ☐ Assignment ☐ Project ☐ Other (specify) Assessment Name Case Study Assessment Task No. 1 of 4 Assessment Due Date Date Submitted / / Assessor Name Student Declaration: I declare that this assessment is my own work. Any ideas and comments made by other people have been acknowledged as references. I understand that if this statement is found to be false, it will be regarded as misconduct and will be subject to disciplinary action as outlined in the TAFE Queensland Student Rules. I understand that by emailing or submitting this assessment electronically, I agree to this Declaration in lieu of a written signature. Student Signature Date / / PRIVACY DISCLAIMER: TAFE Queensland is collecting your personal information for assessment purposes. The information will only be accessed by authorised employees of TAFE Queensland. Some of this information may be given to the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) or its successor and/or TAFE Queensland for audit and/or reporting purposes. Your information will not be given to any other person or agency unless you have given us written permission or we are required by law. Instructions to Student General Instructions: You must complete this assessment task by the due date provided or you may receive an unsatisfactory (U) result. If you are unable to meet a scheduled assessment due date, you must notify your teacher at least 48 hours prior to the due date to request an extension. All requests for extensions must be in writing on a request for extension form. Extensions are granted in exceptional circumstances only and must be supported by appropriate documentary evidence. Academic and Research Misconduct: APA 6th edition style in-text referencing must be used throughout and a reference list submitted with the assessment. Students must use their own words to answer the questions. Assessments that use, reproduce or adapt the work or ideas of another person without due acknowledgment will be graded as unsatisfactory and considered academic misconduct. For more information, refer to the Student Rules. Information / Materials Provided: Written assessment and marking criteria provided via connect. Assessment Criteria: To achieve a satisfactory result, your assessor will be looking for your ability to demonstrate the following key knowledge to an acceptable industry standard: Understanding anatomy & physiology Able to analyse and understand pathophysiology and the changes that occur in the body. Number of Attempts: You will receive up to two (2) attempts at this assessment task. Should your 1st attempt be unsatisfactory (U), your teacher will provide feedback and discuss the relevant sections / questions with you and will arrange a due date for the submission of your 2nd attempt. If your 2nd submission is unsatisfactory (U), or you fail to submit a 2nd attempt, you will receive an overall unsatisfactory result for this assessment task. Only one re-assessment attempt may be granted for each assessment task. For more information, refer to the Student Rules. Submission details Insert your details on page 1 and sign the Student Declaration. Include this template with your submission. Your due date for this assessment can be found in the unit study guide. Method of Submission: Assessment to be submitted via TAFE Queensland Learning Management System: Connect url: https://connect.tafeqld.edu.au/d2l/login Username; 9 digit student number For Password: Reset password go to https://passwordreset.tafeqld.edu.au/default.aspx Instructions for the Assessor The student must demonstrate key skills and knowledge identified in the marking criteria for this assessment task. Note to Student An overview of all Assessment Tasks relevant to this unit is located in the Unit Study Guide. Scenario 1 – Mrs Chan Mrs Chan lives in a residential aged care facility. Mrs Chan has several medical conditions listed below. You are on duty and doing patient care rounds of a night shift and find Mrs Chan on the floor in her private room dressed in a night gown. The last thing Mrs Chan remembers is getting up to the toilet and to fill the vase with water several hours ago, she said that she fell on her way to the toilet. She states she has pain in her right hip area and the right leg is rotated internally. Mrs Chan has a large piece of broken glass from the vase in her left thigh. Mrs Chan’s nightgown is wet with urine and there is a pool of urine on the floor. Past Medical History: Urinary incontinence, Osteoporosis, Old compression fractures of her spine due to osteoporosis and Chronic pain Regular Medications: Fosamax Vitamin D Calcium Fentanyl patch PRN Endone Describe the process of completing a primary survey on Mrs Chan. The primary survey is completed following the DRABC acronym: D – danger – check for any dangers that makes the surrounding hazardous. As there are broken glasses, the area needs to be cleaned so the environment is safe. R – responsive – check if the patient is responsive or unresponsive by using the COWS method (can you hear me, open your eyes, what is your name, squeeze my hand). Mrs. Chan is responsive, and she is able to answer questions. A – airway – you need to check that the airway is open and clear. If the airway is blocked, you can open airway by tilting the head back and use two fingers from the other hand to lift the chin. B – breathing – check for any abnormal breathing by watching their chest movements, listening for sounds, and feeling the movement of air as they inhale and exhale. C – circulation – check for any signs of severe bleeding. In Mrs Chan’s case, she may be bleeding severely as she has an embedded piece of glass. This can be treated by using dressing or clothing to reduce risks of hypovolemic shock, and it is important to act careful not to move the embedded glass as it can cause additional trauma. Explain 2 specific assessments that would assist you to evaluate Mrs Chan’s penetrating wound on her left leg. Review the attached vital signs (ADDS) chart and evaluate the following List each of the vital signs recorded at 0630 in the table below: List the vital sign Respiratory Rate 25 O2 Saturation 95% O2 Flow rate Systolic BP 120mmHg Heart Rate 93 Temperature 38.7 2 Hour Urine Output 450 Consciousness Alert Complete the ADDS score for each vital sign recorded at 0630 in the table below, then total the ADDS score. ADDS Score Respiratory Rate O2 Saturation O2 Flow Rate Systolic BP Heart Rate Temperature 4 Hour Urine Output Consciousness Total ADDS Describe the 2 abnormal signs using correct medical terminology. Respiratory rate (normal 12-20 beats/min) – her rate is 25, it is a condition known as tachypnoea Temperature (normal 36.1 – 37.5 degree Celsius) – her temperature is 38.7 degree Celsius, a condition known as hyperthermia Scenario – Further Information Mrs Chan is seen by the doctor, who documents her assessment as follows: 82 year old lady with confusion and hyperthermia Air entry R=L no adventitious sounds Large laceration to her left thigh, glass remains imbedded in the wound Right leg has obvious bone deformity- requires further investigation to evaluate possible fractures. A chest, abdominal, pelvis and hip X-ray are to be completed. Intravenous normal saline 1L is prescribed over 4 hours. a) Noting the ‘Actions Required’ section of the ADDS chart, you are to explain who should accompany Mrs Chan when she leaves the ward to go to the X-ray department. b) Who do you need to inform that the patient is leaving the ward? Mrs Chan has been prescribed an IV solution of normal saline. What is a solute? What is a solvent? What is the solute and solvent in 0.9% sodium chloride (normal saline)? In your own words, explain what osmosis is and how it works in the three fluid compartments of the body. Explain why Mrs Chan’s IV solution is used for dehydration, include isotonic solution in your answer? Correctly match the terms listed below to either active or passive. No energy required Osmosis Endocytosis Requires energy Diffusion Sodium-potassium pump Active Transport Passive Transport Requires energy No energy required Sodium-potassium pump Osmosis Endocytosis Diffusion Describe the difference between hydrostatic pressure and colloid osmotic pressure in relation to transport of fluids across a capillary membrane. When Mrs Chan is admitted to hospital, she is found to have mild hypothermia. Explain what hypothermia is and at least three factors that may have caused this in her case. Define homeostasis and name the three compartments that make up any biological homeostatic control mechanisms. Describe three different changes that would occur in Mrs Chan’s body to regain temperature homeostasis. Scenario – Further Information Mrs Chan had a stage II melanoma removed in 2006 and the tissue was sent to pathology for testing. The pathology report came back stating the tumour showed signs of dysplasia. The four major types of cellular adaption are hypertrophy, hyperplasia, metaplasia, and dysplasia. Briefly describe each of these types of cellular adaptions. Define atrophy What does the term ‘surgical insult’ mean? Part of the EN’s role is to assist in referring clients care to the appropriate people within a multi-disciplinary team. List six different professions that may be part of a multi-disciplinary team. Who does the EN refer the patient to for test results? Explain the reason the EN cannot disclose test results to a patient. Which part of the cell (organelle) makes ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) needed for cellular energy? Briefly describe the 4 different tissues in the body. Match the illnesses below with the environmental emergency: Bends Decompression illness Heat stroke Heat exhaustion Altitude sickness Mountain sickness Diving Altitude Temperature What are 2 elements required to ensure a cell remains healthy? References 123 TMP E – Assessment Template – Written v1.5 (04/11/2020) Page 0 of 16

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