Compare and contrast your chosen disorder with this one. What are their similarities and differences?

Discuss each of the stages in the change model/framework.
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Case study. John, a 28 year old accountant, presented to an emergency department with a two day history of lower abdominal pain. The abdominal pain started at the umbilicus and radiated to the right iliac fossa over the past 24 hours. The surgical registrar has assessed John and notes that John has a fever, tachycardia, rebound tenderness to the right iliac fossa and muscle guarding. John’s vital signs are as follows: Vitals: T – 38.7 C HR – 110 bpm BP – 100/60 mmHg RR – 22 bths/min SpO2 – 97% room air The surgical registrar diagnoses John with an acute appendicitis and decides to perform an open appendectomy. Surgery occurs and there is a safe surgical outcome. After one hour in recovery John is transferred to a surgical ward. The potential post-operative complications for John include the following: • Venous thromboembolism • Pain Critically discuss the nursing assessment and the nursing management (including any preventative measures) of these two complications. In your discussion, draw upon and critique research evidence to identify current best practice.
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Compare and contrast your chosen disorder with this one. What are their similarities and differences?

Topic – Transient ischemic attack

Your discussion thread title should be the name of the disorder. If possible, you should choose a disorder that has not been chosen by a peer. You can complete your initial post using bullet points or a short answer. In your initial post, discuss the following questions about your chosen disorder:

· Concept and Etiology: How does the disease affect the endocrine and neural body systems in particular? How does it deviate from the definition of health discussed in Module One?

· Classification: How is the disease classified?

· Clinical Manifestations (Symptoms and Signs): What are the symptoms and signs of the disease or disorder? Be sure you understand the difference between symptoms (subjective) and signs (objective).

· Diagnostic Tests: What are some additional diagnostic tests that can be done to illuminate the diagnosis? For example, when you injure your ankle, they take an X-ray to determine if it is broken or sprained.

Support your answer with relevant resources. chose two different disorder that are similar to this one – Compare and contrast your chosen disorder with this one. What are their similarities and differences?

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