You have two very ill patients this week, and each of them presents a very complicated case. First, you have a patient with an ongoing problem that has resisted diagnosis. He was enroute to an evaluation with a neurologist, but on the way to the hospital suddenly fell into a coma (a state of involuntary unconsciousness due to illness or injury) and had to be brought in to your medical facility by ambulance.
You will use at least 10 medical terms to describe this patient, and to refer to the original underlying problem the patient had in the first place. Use the nervous system medical word elements chart and the medical, surgical, and diagnostic terms chart on from your textbook to get you started on the medical terms you will need. You can include specific drugs used in neurological disease as you list at least 3 tests and procedures used.
Your second patient this week is also quite ill and is presenting a number of problems. This patient is diabetic, and also has another Endocrine System disorder (of your choice). Consult the endocrine medical word elements chart as you develop medical terms—include at least 10 that would be appropriate in this case. You should consult medical, surgical, and diagnostic procedures in your textbook as you select at least 3 tests and procedures for this patient. .
ncivility and bullying occur in the classroom as well as the clinical environment in a number of ways:
1) Student to student
2) Student to faculty
3) Faculty to faculty
4) Faculty to student
Incivility and bullying not only affect the well-being of the people involved, but it also puts patient safety at risk. Post your thoughts on some of the causes of incivility and bullying in the classroom and clinical environments, and suggest approaches that can be used to avoid this type of behavior