Module 08 Written Assignment – Asthma Management

Module 8 contentJ.S. is a 42-year-old man who lives in the Midwest and is highly allergic to dust and pollen and has a history of mild asthma. J.S’s wife drove him to the emergency room when his wheezing was unresponsive to his fluticasone/salmeterol (Advair) inhaler. J.S. was unable to lie down, and began to use accessory muscles to breathe. J.S. is immediately started on 4 L oxygen by nasal cannula and intravenous (IV) D5W at 75 mL/hr. A set of arterial blood gases is sent to the laboratory. J.S. appears anxious and says that he is short of breath.Vital signsBP = 152/84           HR = 124 bpm                  RR = 42       Temp = 100.40FABGspH = 7.31              PaCO2 = 48            HCO3 = 26   PaO2 = 55Investigate the condition of asthma and the manifestations of the disease. Analyze the case study provided and determine what symptoms support the diagnosis of asthma. Identify the treatment provided in the emergency department and determine what additional therapies are needed to mitigate the asthma symptoms and return the client to wellness.Do you have any concerns with the numbers above?Identify what may be causing J.S. to have an exacerbation of asthma.Prepare a 3-5 page paper outlining the causes of asthma, the symptoms that the client presents and the management of the disorder. Use at least one scholarly source to support your findings. Examples of scholarly sources include academic journals, textbooks, reference texts, and CINAHL nursing guides. Be sure to cite your sources in-text and on a References page using APA format.You can find useful reference materials for this assignment in the School of Nursing guide:https://guides.rasmussen.edu/nursing/referenceebooksHave questions about APA? Visit the online APA guide:https://guides.rasmussen.edu/apa

 
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