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Tutor profile: Amber H.

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Subject: Health and Medicine

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What are some of the most common reasons that patients are noncompliant with their medication regimes?

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Answer:

There are many factors that can contribute to a patient's noncompliance. Several of the most common reasons include: -The patient doesn't have the money or the means to acquire the medication on a regular basis. - The patient may not have received adequate patient education regarding the importance of the medication. - The patient may not believe that they need this medication, or they "feel better" so they stopped taking it, despite the education provided to them by the HCP. - Patient literacy can also be a factor, and perhaps the patient has to family that can help. Patients can't be judged based on their rate of compliance until determining factors are evaluated and examined.

Subject: Nursing

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What is the importance of understanding the concept of diversity in Nursing?

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It is important to understand that Nursing care is all about the diversity of patients, family members, and care givers. It will often be necessary to modify a care plan or teaching method for a patient in order to achieve the best results. Willingness and recognizing the need to explore patient-family relationships related to involvement of care is also an important step when it comes to cultural diversity. Determining the necessity of incorporating outside resources for the patients and their families is also considered when it comes to patient specific needs. Each patient must be treated as an individual, and their care may need to be modified accordingly.

Subject: Medical Assistant

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When obtaining vital signs on a patient, what are 2 important things to remember when it comes to interpretation?

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Answer:

When it comes to interpretation of vital signs, it is important to remember 2 things. 1) Knowing your "normal" ranges and values for which vital signs are based. This knowledge allows you to report values that are outside of "normal" range, and provide the safest care for your patients. Also remember that every patient is different, and they may have a different "normal" value when it comes it comes to vital signs than another patient. 2) Remember to look at your patient. Don't always assume the vital sign monitor is completely accurate. Use your best judgement when it comes to the vital sign equipment. Equipment can be unreliable and malfunction.

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