Write a summary statement about the case presentation, including potential DSM-5 diagnoses.
Is there a screening tool for this diagnosis? Would it be appropriate for this patient? If available online, include a link to the tool.
What assessment questions would you ask them to identify their eating disorders, triggers, and current coping skills?
What medication changes would you recommend, including doses and administration times? What precautions and interactions would you educate the patient about when prescribing your recommended medications or changes in medication?
Explain any other health professional referrals that would be significant in your patient’s treatment plan.
Mike Hill is a 23-year-old male who sees you today with a history of fluctuating and significant weight loss. Today’s weight indicates a 30-pound loss since his last doctor visit two months ago. According to his chart, his PCP diagnosed him with General Anxiety Disorder and noted “specific phobia of choking.” Mike has no other relevant past medical history or concurrent medical conditions or disorders. His diet doesn’t have any culturally associated practices, and food is available for consumption. Mike has no history of an eating disorder or trauma.
Sleep is restful with Trazodone 25 mg po q hs and melatonin 3 mg po q hs. He tried Zoloft in high school and college but reported negative side effects of low libido and tiredness; he stopped taking it at age 19.
ut these factors do not compensate for the overwhelmingly destructive impacts criminal acts can bring to society. The emphasis of this paper is on “a small degree” of crime, anything exceeding this quoted spectrum can still be a potential problem that will hinder the stabiliy of a community. Many of the societal crisis that countries suffer from nowadays root not only from the actively booming crime rates, but also from the ways people choose to cope with the situation. This is clearly reflected in the ongoing refugee crisis in between the borders of Venezuela and Colombia. Ever since 2010 when the Venezuelan economy started to crumble, millions of their citizens began to flee the country. Many of these people ended up migrating to the neighboring country of Colombia, where the borders are relatively easy to cross since they do not require any passports or documents. Unlike any other neighboring countries who constantly try to control the migrant population with new policies, such as increasing border security or requiring stamped visas, Colombia leaders and politicians continue to open their door to the floods of Venezuelans. Yet, this sense of solidarity did not last long when a slew of crimes that were allegedly committed by Venezuelan migrants emerged. According to the local police department, Q’pasa Cúcuta, there is a positive correlation between the constant growth of crime rates and the influx of migrants (Selle, 2017). But despite of this expanding skepticism toward Venezuelans, Colombia’s borders are still widely accessible. The failure of the Colombian government in reviewing this prevailing dilemma is only a perpetuation of the problems in Venezuela. The positive ideals of crime discussed above can hardly take place in this scenario since the trend is proven to be worsening progressively. To add >GET ANSWER