Instructions: Read the case study. Use the Rosdahl book. For each…

Question Instructions: Read the case study. Use the Rosdahl book. For each…   Instructions:  Read the case study. Use the Rosdahl book. For each question answered, cite the page number(s) of your reference(s). All questions apply to this case study. Your response should be brief and to the point. When asked to provide several answers, they should be listed in order of priority or significance. Do not assume information that is not provided.  M. B. is a 55-year old woman presenting to the clinic complaining of episodes of feeling “Hot and sweaty” during the day and waking up at night soaked with perspiration. Because her sleep is so disrupted, she is tired all day and is having trouble concentrating at work. She says that the episodes are becoming unbearable and is seeking treatment for them.You suspect she is premenopausal. You obtain her prior medical and surgical history and her current medication regimen. List 3 questions that would be important to ask in exploring the possibility of menopause being related to her symptoms.You are concerned with the possible development of osteoporosis in M. B. List at least 8 questions you would ask to determine her risk for development of osteoporosis.She is not currently taking estrogen replacement therapy. What 3 questions would be important to ask M. B. to determine if there are any contraindications or precautions to this therapy for her?M. B. says that she does have frequent “backaches.” Spinal films are ordered. Later you receive a report stating that the films appear normal with no significant findings. What would be an appropriate explanation?What would be appropriate supportive measures for M. B. to relieve the noninjury-related low back pain in the absence of fracture?M. B. reports that she does not like milk or milk products and rarely includes them in her diet. How can M. B. increase her calcium intake at this time?M. B.’s physician told her that her blood calcium was normal. “If I have enough calcium in my blood, I couldn’t have osteoporosis, could I?” she asks you. How will you respond and why?M. B. says she rarely exercises. What advice should be given concerning exercise?M. B. states she still is not certain she has a well-balanced diet with sufficient calcium and vitamin D. What would you suggest to her? Health Science Science Nursing PREL 3355 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)