she is a 59-year-old woman admitted to a medical ward. she was…

Question Answered step-by-step she is a 59-year-old woman admitted to a medical ward. she was… she is a 59-year-old woman admitted to a medical ward. she was brought to the emergency department by her son, after feeling dizzy and short of breath.she lives alone in a small second level apartment and works full-time as a cleaner.  she enjoys spending her mornings watching her shows and never misses an episode of “Everdale”. She usually goes out every Saturday to the local hotel to meet with her long-term friends for lunch and a few drinks. Her work means that she is in the habit of sleeping in late in the morning as her usual shift does not start until 1300. She tends to buy her lunch and dinner at the fish and chip shop across the road from the school that she works at during the week. she usually joins hers son and his family every weekend to watch her granddaughter play AFL but has missed a few games over the last two months. son has noticed that his mother has lost weight in recent months and is not eating as much. She has also started having afternoon naps on her days off.   she has chronic pain in her lower back from an old work-related injury, shortness of breath, is a current smoker, and suffers from constipation. She visits her GP once a year for her influenza vaccinations and goes to the pharmacy regularly to replace her “breathing puffers”. Her GP has spoken to her about analgesia and options to have further investigations about her breathing, but she states she “just works hard” and is “too busy” to have the tests. She does take prune juice for her constipation and aspirin for her pain, which she buys from the local supermarket on her weekly trip to the shops. she has not visited the dentist for over 25 yearsshe is a 162cm and weighs 42kg at time of admission. She is pale, and her skin is dry, and you note poor skin turgor.  How will you ensure she receives person-centred care? Using the cues from the case study, provide 6 (six) specific ways in which you will ensure your care in person-centred. Health Science Science Nursing CNA MISC Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)