Complete a milestone four the conclusion addressing points a and b.
a) Working as an assistant to the forensic psychologist, what preparation is needed to effectively serve as an officer of the court, as it relates to the
specific scenario? In other words, what practices would you employ to effectively prepare for giving official testimony before the court?
b) Based on the facts of the case scenario and the framing questions outlined at the conclusion of the case, what approaches and strategies do you
recommend for implementation? How do these strategies adhere to policies and procedures of practicing forensic psychologists? Substantiate
your claims with scholarly research.
conditions(SIRS). MODS can be broken further into essential or optional. Essential MODS is when organ brokenness happens early and can be owing to itself. Auxiliary MODS is organ disappointment that isn't in direct reaction to itself, yet is an outcome of the host's reaction. (Baird, 2016 p1009; Neviere, 2017) Hazard factors • Family or individual hx of tobacco misuse, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, diabetes, stoutness, stress, inactive living, cardiovascular sickness, renal inadequacy, thickening issue, foot ulcers, or noncomplicance with therapeutic administration Pt has history of smoking, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, diabetes, heftiness, cardiovascular infection, renal deficiency, and foot ulcer! • Age <50 years, w/diabetes and one different atherosclerosis chance factor (smoking, dyslipidemia, HTN, or hyperhomocysteeinemia) • Age 50-69 years with hx of smoking or diabetes • Age >70 Pt is 78 y/o • Leg side effects w/exertion(suggestive of claudication) or ischemic rest torment Pt states LLE claudication • Abnormal lower furthest point beat assessment Absent pedal heartbeats • Known atherosclerotic coronary, carotid, or renal course infection • Male, Black ethnicity Pt is male and African American (Baird, 2016 p592) Clinical appearances • Intermittent claudication (squeezing with effort, alleviated very still) Pt reports reciprocal LE claudication, more terrible in left leg. • Nocturnal rest torment • Fatigue/deadness in a limit Pt came in to ED for summed up shortcoming • Pain – Patient reports LLE torment consistent and harming • Pallor • Pulselessness Pt has missing pedal heartbeats • Poikilothermia (frigidity) • Paralysis • Poor hair development • Parethesia(abnormal physical sensation-prickling, shivering, deadness) • Poor recuperating of bruises or ulcers Pt has nonhealing twisted on L foot, prompted removal of second and third toe • Bruits – show unsettling influence in stream (plaque development)>GET ANSWER