Hussein is a 75-year-old man who lives in suburban Adelaide. He is a widower of 10 years and has three sons and one daughter. All live interstate but keep in contact with their father by telephone on a semi-regular basis. Before he retired Hussein worked on the wharves at Port Adelaide driving a forklift. His diet has, in the past, been high in legumes, saturated fats and salt. He used to drink about 750 mL of beer a day..
Hussein considers himself to be reasonably healthy. He has a history of a prostatectomy six years ago for prostatomegaly. He has arthritis in his back, which is controlled by a regular antiinflammatory drug. He was diagnosed with hypertension three years ago and during investigations it was found that his cholesterol was raised. He refused all medications. From this time he has tried to modify his lifestyle and has reduced his weight. He now weighs 80 kg and is 150 cm tall. His waist measurement is 120 cm. This categorises Hussein as severely obese and at high risk of developing adverse health conditions.
After reading this scenario, please address the following points:
As a student nurse, you need to analyse the scenario and discuss the risk factors involved with Hussein’s current health also the management plans by referring to appropriate peer-reviewed/evidence-based literature. Please note: Word count is around 600.
Students must review the current literature on ‘significance of critical care nursing specialty. Consider the current practice in Australia and identify the challenges involved in this specialty. Select a minimum of four articles/research papers for this literature review. You can use additional references to support your observations or arguments. This task will assist students to further research critical care nursing specialty to consolidate the knowledge learned from classroom and self-directed learning. Please note: Word count is around 900
PLEASE NOTE: instructions for part A and Part B
Part A instruction: You can write the case study analysis without having an introduction, body and conclusion. Please ensure you break it in paragraphs in a logical manner.
Part B instruction: You need to include an introduction, body and conclusion in this part(literature review). Please see the attached sample of a literature review that you can use as a model. This literature review guide was developed by Deakin university for undergrad level students Literature review Sample opens in new window
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Use high-level quality contemporary evidence-based literature to inform the discussion and critical analysis, date of evidence within five years
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