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Lisa905 has 1 years experience and specializes in Nursing Student, Math, APA papers, Care Plan.

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    CONCEPT MAP QUESTIONS

    My main question is this project/concept map is on Disease, mine is Alzheimer's Disease. However, in my scenario, the patient seems to be the daughter because that is who the community health nurse is speaking to. I have to use the ND book for a diagnosis and expand on defining characteristics, outcomes and interventions then how, why, when expansion on the interventions. I can do this easily but my issue is I can come up with 2 different best possible nursing diagnoses because there are two patients. Only one is the right answer. I feel its the daughter but the project is on a disease and all the other student scenarios don't have two patients. ANYONE ever had this situation? I want to go with caregiver role strain, but in the book when you get to that there is an abundance of caregiver, receiver, both and so many defining characteristics possible that I could use. And I am also having trouble picking a r/t factor as in our class practice assignment the r/t factor was not out of the book it was from the scenario "Acute Confusion r/t polypharmacy AEB the five defining characteristics (which is not in ND book for that diagnosis .... ANY ADVICE would be helpful - Heres the scenario Caren Walker is a 55-year-old woman who has been caring for her mother, Ellen Smith. Her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease five years ago, and her condition is gradually deteriorating. Caren has to do much personal care for her mother. Ellen has more bad days than good days. Most of the time she is mistrusting of Caren and many times, Ellen does not recognize Caren. Any stimuli such as loud noises, people talking, the radio playing, tend to bother Ellen. Over the past months, bad days have consisted of Ellen forgetting what she says and therefore tends to repeat her statements five to 10 times in arrow. She has also been physically abusive to Caren by screaming at her, slapping her across the face, and spitting at her. During her good days, Ellen is kind and has episodes when she remembers Caren as a teenager. As the community health nurse, Caren expresses to you that she has been having difficulty sleeping at night as she is worried about her mother’s condition. She stated, “I am feeling depressed most days, and especially when I come over to care for my mother.” She is worried that physically, she may not be able to continue to care for her mother. She has a brother who lives in Alberta and wants to ask him to come to Ontario and help out more with the care of their mother. However, there has been conflict between the two of them regarding decisions around their mother’s will. Caren tells you that she is finding herself to be more isolated from the outside world and does not seem to have time to talk to her friends anymore as caring for her mother occupies most of her free time. Caren is worried that her present situation with her mother is affecting her high blood pressure.
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    Concept Care Maps/plan ugh!

    I have a concept map to do - everyone got a certain disease with a scenario but mine is the hardest one because my disease is Alzheimers Disease but only in my scenario, they are two prospective patients. I would think the professor would want us to write about the mother with the disease but the twist is the community health nurse is talking to the daughter. Every other scenario students got are based on a certain injury or illness but this one is different. Caren Walker is a 55-year-old woman who has been caring for her mother, Ellen Smith. Her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease five years ago, and her condition is gradually deteriorating. Caren has to do much personal care for her mother. Ellen has more bad days than good days. Most of the time she is mistrusting of Caren and many times, Ellen does not recognize Caren. Any stimuli such as loud noises, people talking, the radio playing, tend to bother Ellen. Over the past months, bad days have consisted of Ellen forgetting what she says and therefore tends to repeat her statements five to 10 times in arrow. She has also been physically abusive to Caren by screaming at her, slapping her across the face, and spitting at her. During her good days, Ellen is kind and has episodes when she remembers Caren as a teenager. As the community health nurse, Caren expresses to you that she has been having difficulty sleeping at night as she is worried about her mother’s condition. She stated, “I am feeling depressed most days, and especially when I come over to care for my mother.” She is worried that physically, she may not be able to continue to care for her mother. She has a brother who lives in Alberta and wants to ask him to come to Ontario and help out more with the care of their mother. However, there has been conflict between the two of them regarding decisions around their mother’s will. Caren tells you that she is finding herself to be more isolated from the outside world and does not seem to have time to talk to her friends anymore as caring for her mother occupies most of her free time. Caren is worried that her present situation with her mother is affecting her high blood pressure. Any thoughts to help me complete this? I have thought of a ND from the NANDA dx for the mother and daughter book but I feel like only 50% chance of being right here and my prof won't answer my emails regarding it I've tried x3 of 3 weeks. ADVICE PLEASE any nurses or students out there have this issue? I'm leaning towards daughter only due to the fact that is who the nurse is talking to. But still conflicted because the concept map is on Alzheimer's.
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