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Subject: Nursing

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Create a care plan for this patient with 2 nursing diagnoses/ patient problems. Each diagnosis or problem should have 2 goals/objectives. Each goal or objective should have 2-3 interventions, evaluated for effectiveness. Some interventions may be evaluated together. If you cannot complete the evaluation, describe the evaluation plan.

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When creating a care plan, we need to first assess the situation. Here is the patient's information that we noticed: -paranoid schizophrenia diagnosis -hx of episodic hospitalizations -hx of hallucinations and delusions -hx of reoccurrence of nonadherence to med regimen -pt lives alone and receives medication-monitoring services -pt was reported to have increased strange behavior while at work Based off of this assessment, it sounds like the pt is struggling to adhere to his medications, and this is causing him to relapse. An applicable diagnosis for this situation includes: Ineffective Health Management r/t difficulty managing medications and lifestyle, aeb hx of re-occuring nonadherence to med regimen. SMART goals must be specific, measureable, attainable, relevant, and time-based. SMART goal #1: Pt will adhere to medication regimen as prescribed for the next 4 weeks. SMART goal #2: Pt will participate in problem-solving discussion of factors interfering with integration of therapeutic regimen during next encounter. Here are some interventions that would help us reach our smart goals: Determine the factors of why pt is experiencing difficulty with adhering to medication regimen. Identify client’s locus of control regarding adherence to medication management. Here are our rationales that could help explain why we chose our interventions: Rationale: there may be factors affecting how client views and manages self-care that staff are unaware of. Rationale: Those with an internal locus of control are more likely to take care of the situation. Here is how we could evaluate whether our pt attained his goals or not, and some ideas of what we could do to help him reach his goals in future. Pt will either adhere to medication regimen as prescribed for the next 4 weeks and hopefully show signs of symptom improvement or steady maintenance of improved condition, or pt will not adhere to medication regimen. If the latter occurs, then the care plan needs to be reassessed and the plan of care needs to focus more on SMART goal #2.

Subject: ACT

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Everything was "subservient" to the disposal of the tides. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER: a. no change b. was defenseless in the face of c. depended on d. trusted in

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In this sentence, they want us to replace or not replace the word "subservient". Think about the way that this word is written. It has "sub" and "servient". The word "servient" kind of sounds like and looks like "servant" or "serve". Option A: even if we aren't sure whether this question should be changed or not, we should read all the options first. however, the word "subservient" is out of place and should be changed, as it is not relevant or used correctly in this question. Option B: A servant is not defenseless in the face of the ocean's tides, that doesn't really make any sense. This is not correct. Option B: This option is the correct option. A servant is usually dependable, therefore "subservient" could be related to "servant", and the prefix "sub" means "below, underneath, on, etc.". Thus, "subservient" means "depend on". Thus even if during the test, you have a question like this, you can try to break it down and guess at it's meaning. Option D. How can you "trust in" ocean waves? This is not being used in the correct option. Humans don't normally trust inanimate objects, they depend on them, and subservient does not mean "trust", it means "depend on".

Subject: Algebra

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x^2 - 14x + 49 >/= 0.

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This is an example of a quadratic polynomial inequality, as it is in quadratic formula, has two unknowns (x and x), and it is an inequality meaning that whatever x equals (once we find x) then it is either greater than or equal to the unknown. Remember that when x^2, that means that the form will be (x +/- blah)(x +/- blah). We can next take +49 and understand that the form is either (x +/- 7)(x +/- 7). If we look at - 14x, we know that adding two positive sevens does not equal - 14, therefore, the combination that fits x1 + x2 = -14, is if x1 = -7 and x2 = -7. Therefore, this equation can be broken down into this form: (x - 7)(x - 7) >/= 0. And this means that x >/= 7 and x>/= 7.

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