Language barrier between nurses and patients

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  1. List some specific difficulties that might arise when a language barrier exists between you and a patient. How might those difficulties be addressed? Explain the steps you could take.
  2. Give three (3) examples of both subjective and objective data. Include pertinent positive and pertinent negative data associated with each. Provide rationales for your examples.
    3.A 52-year-old woman complains that she has been missing days of work almost every week. She states she is neglecting her family, and she is sleeping during the day but cannot sleep at night. She denies other health problems, medication, or environmental allergies. What are some clinical assessment tools or techniques that you could use to help diagnose this patient’s condition? List your differential diagnoses in the order of “most likely” to “possible but unlikely.”
    4.Discuss at least two precautions and infection control methods for the protection of both the patient and the examiner. Why are the two precautions you selected important?
  3. A 17-year-old male presents with a complaint of a red, itchy rash over his torso and back x 1 week, which is keeping him up at night. He denies sick exposures or a recent visit to wooded areas. He denies other symptoms, significant history, or allergies. In order of importance, describe three (3) questions that you would like to ask this patient and give a brief explanation of why? List your differential diagnoses in the order of “most likely” to “possible but unlikely.
  4. Discuss at least two health implicative effects of environment and smoking on an unborn fetus or children.

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