Pulmonary Function: D.R. is a 27-year-old man, who presents to the nurse practit

Pulmonary Function:
D.R. is a 27-year-old man, who presents to the nurse practitioner at the Family Care Clinic complaining of increasing SOB, wheezing, fatigue, cough, stuffy nose, watery eyes, and postnasal drainage—all of which began four days ago. Three days ago, he began monitoring his peak flow rates several times a day. His peak flow rates have ranged from 65-70% of his regular baseline with nighttime symptoms for 3 nights on the last week and often have been at the lower limit of that range in the morning. Three days ago, he also began to self-treat with frequent albuterol nebulizer therapy. He reports that usually his albuterol inhaler provides him with relief from his asthma symptoms, but this is no longer enough treatment for this asthmatic episode.
Case Study Questions
According to the case study information, how would you classify the severity of D.R. asthma attack?
Name the most common triggers for asthma in any given patients and specify in your answer which ones you consider applied to D.R. on the case study.
Based on your knowledge and your research, please explain the factors that might be the etiology of D.R. being an asthmatic patient.
Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Homeostasis:
Ms. Brown is a 70-year-old woman with type 2 diabetes mellitus who has been too ill to get out of bed for 2 days. She has had a severe cough and has been unable to eat or drink during this time. On admission, her laboratory values show the following:
Serum glucose 412 mg/dL
Serum sodium (Na+) 156 mEq/L
Serum potassium (K+) 5.6 mEq/L
Serum chloride (Cl–) 115 mEq/L
Arterial blood gases (ABGs): pH 7.30; PaCO2 32 mmHg; PaO2 70 mmHg; HCO3– 20 mEq/L
Case Study Questions
Based on Ms. Brown admission’s laboratory values, could you determine what type of water and electrolyte imbalance does she has?
Describe the signs and symptoms to the different types of water imbalance and described clinical manifestation she might exhibit with the potassium level she has.
In the specific case presented which would be the most appropriate treatment for Ms. Brown and why?
What the ABGs from Ms. Brown indicate regarding her acid-base imbalance?
Based on your readings and your research define and describe Anion Gaps and its clinical significance.
 Post should be at least 500 words per case study, formatted and cited in current APA style with support from at least 2 academic sources 

Como parte de esta tarea, define los términos listados a continuación. Debes hac

Como parte de esta tarea, define los términos listados a continuación. Debes hacer la tarea antes de estudiar el material didáctico de la sección de Recursos. 
Listado de términos:
Cultura visual
Cultura
Bellas artes
Artes visuales
Arte
Artista
Obra de arte
Artesanía
Artes plásticas
Arte abstracto
Arte figurativo (o figuración)
Comunicación visual
Estética
Image
Instrucciones generales
Anota los términos y sus definiciones en un documento de Word  y organízales alfabéticamente. Debes enumerarlos.
 Puedes usar diversas fuentes de referencia relacionadas con la teoría e historia del arte, como glosarios de arte,
o en “sites” especializados como:
Significados: https://www.significados.com/?s=Comunicaci%C3%B3n+visual (Enlaces a un sitio externo.)
Concepto: https://concepto.de/?s=Obra+de+arte (Enlaces a un sitio externo.)
 (Enlaces a un sitio externo.)
La definición que uses de fuente debe estar siempre relacionada con la teoría e historia del arte.
Debajo de tu definición, debes anotar la fuente de referencia. 
Redacta tus definiciones en oraciones completas y en tus propias palabras. 
Importante: quiero conocer tu propia interpretación de lo que otro autor ha establecido. No deseo saber lo que ese otro autor dice directamente, sino lo que tú has comprendido. 
Por tal motivo, no se aceptarán definiciones copiadas directamente de las fuentes.

 As a DNP-educated nurse, part of your role will be to identify the differences,

 As a DNP-educated nurse, part of your role will be to identify the differences, or gaps, between current knowledge and practice and opportunities for improvement leading to an ideal state of practice. Being able to recognize and evaluate sources of error in population research is an important skill that can lead to better implementation of evidence-based practice. 
 
n order to effectively critique and apply population research to practice, you should be familiar with the following types of error:
Selection Bias
Selection bias in epidemiological studies occurs when study participants do not accurately represent the population for whom results will be generalized, and this results in a measure of association that is distorted (i.e., not close to the truth). For example, if persons responding to a survey tend to be different (e.g., younger) than those who do not respond, then the study sample is not representative of the general population, and study results may be misleading if generalized.
Information Bias
Information bias results from errors made in the collection of information obtained in a study. For example, participants’ self-report of their diet may be inaccurate for many reasons. They may not remember what they ate, or they may want to portray themselves as making healthier choices than they typically make. Regardless of the reason, the information collected is not accurate and therefore introduces bias into the analysis.
Confounding
Confounding occurs when a third variable is really responsible for the association you think you see between two other variables. For example, suppose researchers detect a relationship between consumption of alcohol and occurrence of lung cancer. The results of the study seem to indicate that consuming alcohol leads to a higher risk of developing lung cancer. However, when researchers take into account that people who drink alcohol are much more likely to smoke than those who do not, it becomes clear that the real association is between smoking and lung cancer and the reason that those who consume alcohol had a higher risk of lung cancer was because they were also more likely to be smokers. In this example, smoking was a confounder of the alcohol-lung cancer relationship.
Random Error
The previous three types of errors all fall under the category of systematic errors, which are reproducible errors having to do with flaws in study design, sampling, data collection, analysis, or interpretation. Random errors, on the other hand, are fluctuations in results that arise from naturally occurring differences in variables or samples. While unavoidable to a small degree even under the most careful research parameters, these types of errors can still affect the validity of studies.
To Prepare:
Review this week’s Learning Resources, focusing on how to recognize and distinguish selection bias, information bias, confounding, and random error in research studies.
Select a health issue and population relevant to your professional practice and a practice gap that may exist related to this issue.
Consider how each type of measurement error may influence data interpretation in epidemiologic literature and how you might apply the literature to address the identified practice gap.
Consider strategies you might use to recognize these errors and the implications they may have for addressing gaps in practice relevant to your selected issue.
By Day 3 of Week 6
Post a cohesive scholarly response that addresses the following:
Describe your selected practice gap.
Explain how your treatment of this population/issue could be affected by having awareness of bias and confounding in epidemiologic literature.
Explain two strategies researchers can use to minimize these types of bias in studies, either through study design or analysis considerations.
Finally, explain the effects these biases could have on the interpretation of study results if not minimized.

Pulmonary Function: D.R. is a 27-year-old man, who presents to the nurse practit

Pulmonary Function:
D.R. is a 27-year-old man, who presents to the nurse practitioner at the Family Care Clinic complaining of increasing SOB, wheezing, fatigue, cough, stuffy nose, watery eyes, and postnasal drainage—all of which began four days ago. Three days ago, he began monitoring his peak flow rates several times a day. His peak flow rates have ranged from 65-70% of his regular baseline with nighttime symptoms for 3 nights on the last week and often have been at the lower limit of that range in the morning. Three days ago, he also began to self-treat with frequent albuterol nebulizer therapy. He reports that usually his albuterol inhaler provides him with relief from his asthma symptoms, but this is no longer enough treatment for this asthmatic episode.
Case Study Questions
According to the case study information, how would you classify the severity of D.R. asthma attack?
Name the most common triggers for asthma in any given patients and specify in your answer which ones you consider applied to D.R. on the case study.
Based on your knowledge and your research, please explain the factors that might be the etiology of D.R. being an asthmatic patient.
Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Homeostasis:
Ms. Brown is a 70-year-old woman with type 2 diabetes mellitus who has been too ill to get out of bed for 2 days. She has had a severe cough and has been unable to eat or drink during this time. On admission, her laboratory values show the following:
Serum glucose 412 mg/dL
Serum sodium (Na+) 156 mEq/L
Serum potassium (K+) 5.6 mEq/L
Serum chloride (Cl–) 115 mEq/L
Arterial blood gases (ABGs): pH 7.30; PaCO2 32 mmHg; PaO2 70 mmHg; HCO3– 20 mEq/L
Case Study Questions
Based on Ms. Brown admission’s laboratory values, could you determine what type of water and electrolyte imbalance does she has?
Describe the signs and symptoms to the different types of water imbalance and described clinical manifestation she might exhibit with the potassium level she has.
In the specific case presented which would be the most appropriate treatment for Ms. Brown and why?
What the ABGs from Ms. Brown indicate regarding her acid-base imbalance?
Based on your readings and your research define and describe Anion Gaps and its clinical significance.
 Post should be at least 500 words per case study, formatted and cited in current APA style with support from at least 2 academic sources 

  Therapy criteria:  Identify the therapy modality by name.  Identify the or

 
Therapy criteria: 
Identify the therapy modality by name. 
Identify the originator (creator) of the specific modality. 
Identify a specific diagnosis or population this modality is especially helpful with. 
Note specific focus, emphasis, and/or goals of this modality. 
Therapy modalities (define criteria for each modality): 
Solutions Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) 
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) 

Considering your health care disparity, how would you implement your proposed so

Considering your health care disparity, how would you implement your proposed solution?
The health care disparity is lack of insurance coverage in health care (uninsured)
Teaching-learning strategies
Attach a handout you might provide (either a cited source or a handout of your own creation)
How would you gain any needed funding, community support, supplies?
Be concrete about where, with what population, and when you would present this information and  implement the change
How would you implement the plan? For example, if you are doing a teach, would you use a PowerPoint?
Is this module’s topic of health disparities by age a factor in how you address or present the information?
write this in three page. APA formate 7 edition . I need this in 18hours