Topic 1: Differentiation and Management of Abdomen, Anus/Rectum, and Genitourinary Disorders
Please select a disorder of the GU, abdomen, anus/rectum systems (pelvic inflammatory disease, cervicitis, STDs, UTI, prostatitis, balanitis, urethritis, epididymitis, testicular torsion, hydrocele, epispadias, rectal prolapse, hemorrhoids, GERD, appendicitis, cholecystitis) and answer the following questions:
- What are the presenting symptoms?
- How is it distinguished from other similar disorders (assessment findings, common in particular age/sex or ethnic group, etc.)?
- What is your first intervention?
- How will you confirm the diagnosis?
- What is the appropriate treatment?
- Write a prescription to treat the illness (if applicable or refer to appropriate specialty if needed) that includes (patient name, date, name of drug, dose, and strength, quantity to dispense, directions of how often to take the medicine, and number of refills).
- When will you schedule a follow-up appointment and what is your plan on the follow up visit?
These days, the national rates of violent crime are actually falling; the rates of truly scary crime seem to be increasing. In “A Good Man Is Hard to Find,” Flannery O’Connor presents a character who was very familiar to people of the 1950s: the mad-dog spree killer. The Misfit is reminiscent of infamous criminals of that era: Charlie Starkweather and the In Cold Blood pair, Dick Hickock and Perry Smith.
We are right to fear people like these. However, does our hugely increased access to national news (through cable TV and the Internet, specifically social media) emphasize our sense of “truly scary crime” and minimize our awareness of the generally falling rates of violent crime? Discuss this idea. Must be in your own words
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