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R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍equirements: For Week 6 of the course there will not be a c

R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍equirements: For Week 6 of the course there will not be a case study given to you by the faculty. Instead you will be assigned a mental health disorder commonly seen in primary care and?you will create a case study based on that disorder. You may create a case study either from a previous clinical patient experience or if you have not had a patient in clinical that represents your assigned topic you may research your disease using the week’s classroom material and the evidence-based literature in the field. The case should be clear and include all elements of a normal case that might be presented in class (subjective, objective, assessment, and full 5 point plan).? The clinical practicum documentation will be helpful for this process, or notes you have taken in clinical regarding cases.? The case should be clear, organized, and meet the following guidelines: Week 6 Part One: This part goes in part one and should begin?with subjective and objective data just like we do in your weekly case study discussion.??Do not put diagnosis until your peers respond. WEEK 6 Part One:?The case should lead t‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍he class toward the mental health diagnosis assigned to you by your instructor. WEEK 6 Part One Specific Guidelines: If this is an actual patient from clinical- Include their actual chief complaint, demographic data, HPI, PMHX, PSHX, medications, allergies, subjective and objective findings without identifying the patient’s name. If this is a fictitious case you’ve created from the literature/readings you should design an example patient and include chief complaint, demographic data, HPI, PMHX, PSHX, medications and allergies, subjective and objective findings. Be mindful that the background data for the case should bear some relevance to the diagnosis. The case?should not be overly simple.?Like your weekly case studies, it should include subjective data that loosely represents the diagnosis you have been given, but includes some elements of the pathophysiology/presentation of the disease. You must include the following elements in part one: subjective: chief complaint/HPI, demographic data, HPI, PMHX, PSHX, subjective and objective findings. SO YOU ARE CREATING A CASE STUDY BASED ‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ON PTSD

R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍EQUIREMENTS Please note, materials submitted to the Editori

R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍EQUIREMENTS Please note, materials submitted to the Editorial Office Staff are supposed to meet the following requirements: 1. Articles must be provided with a double copy, in English or Russian languages and typed or compu-ter-printed on a single side of standard typing paper, with the left margin of 3 centimeters width, and 1.5 spacing between the lines, typeface – Times New Roman (Cyrillic), print size – 12 (referring to Georgian and Russian materials). With computer-printed texts please enclose a CD carrying the same file titled with Latin symbols. 2. Size of the article, including index and resume in English, Russian and Georgian languages must be at least 10 pages and not exceed the limit of 20 pages of typed or computer-printed text. 3. Submitted material must include a coverage of a topical subject, research methods, results, and review. Authors of the scientific-research works must indicate the number of experimental biological spe- cies drawn in, list the employed methods of anesthetization and soporific means used during acute tests. 4. Articles must have a short (half page) abstract in English, Russian and Georgian (including the following sections: aim of study, material and methods, results and conclusions) and a list of key words. 5. Tables must be presented in an original typed or computer-printed form, instead of a photocopied version. Numbers, totals, percentile data on the tables must coincide with those in the texts of the articles. Tables and graphs must be headed. 6. Photographs are required to be contrasted and must be submitted with doubles. Please number each photograph with a pencil on its back, indicate author’s name, title of the article (short version), and mark out its top and bottom parts. Drawings must be accurate, drafts and diagrams drawn in Indian ink (or black ink). Photocopies of the X-ray photographs must be presented in a positive image in tiff format. Accurately numbered subtitles for each illustration must be listed on a separate sheet of paper. In the subtitles for the microphotographs please indicate the ocular and objective lens magnification power, method of coloring or impregnation of the microscopic sections (preparations‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍). 7. Please indicate last names, first and middle initials of the native authors, present names and initials of the foreign authors in the transcription of the original language, enclose in parenthesis corresponding number under which the author is listed in the reference materials. 8. Please follow guidance offered to authors by The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors guidance in its Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals publica- tion available online at: In GMN style for each work cited in the text, a bibliographic reference is given, and this is located at the end of the article under the title “References”. All references cited in the text must be listed. The list of refer- ences should be arranged alphabetically and then numbered. References are numbered in the text [numbers in square brackets] and in the reference list and numbers are repeated throughout the text as needed. The bibliographic description is given in the language of publication (citations in Georgian script are followed by Cyrillic and Latin). 9. To obtain the rights of publication articles must be accompanied by a visa from the project in- structor or the establishment, where the work has been performed, and a reference letter, both written or typed on a special signed form, certified by a stamp or a seal. 10. Articles must be signed by all of the authors at the end, and they must be provided with a list of full names, office and home phone numbers and addresses or other non-office locations where the authors could be reached. The number of the authors (co-authors) must not exceed the limit of 5 people. 11. Editorial Staff reserves the rights to cut down in size and correct the articles. Proof-sheets are not sent out to the authors. The entire editorial and collation work is performed according to the author’s original text. 12. Sending in the works that have already been assigned to the press by other Editorial Staffs or have been printed by other publishers is not permissible. Articles that Fail to Meet the Aforementioned Requirements are not Assigned to be ‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍Reviewed.

R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍equirements: For Week 6 of the course there will not be a c

R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍equirements: For Week 6 of the course there will not be a case study given to you by the faculty. Instead you will be assigned a mental health disorder commonly seen in primary care and?you will create a case study based on that disorder. You may create a case study either from a previous clinical patient experience or if you have not had a patient in clinical that represents your assigned topic you may research your disease using the week’s classroom material and the evidence-based literature in the field. The case should be clear and include all elements of a normal case that might be presented in class (subjective, objective, assessment, and full 5 point plan).? The clinical practicum documentation will be helpful for this process, or notes you have taken in clinical regarding cases.? The case should be clear, organized, and meet the following guidelines: Week 6 Part One: This part goes in part one and should begin?with subjective and objective data just like we do in your weekly case study discussion.??Do not put diagnosis until your peers respond. WEEK 6 Part One:?The case should lead t‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍he class toward the mental health diagnosis assigned to you by your instructor. WEEK 6 Part One Specific Guidelines: If this is an actual patient from clinical- Include their actual chief complaint, demographic data, HPI, PMHX, PSHX, medications, allergies, subjective and objective findings without identifying the patient’s name. If this is a fictitious case you’ve created from the literature/readings you should design an example patient and include chief complaint, demographic data, HPI, PMHX, PSHX, medications and allergies, subjective and objective findings. Be mindful that the background data for the case should bear some relevance to the diagnosis. The case?should not be overly simple.?Like your weekly case studies, it should include subjective data that loosely represents the diagnosis you have been given, but includes some elements of the pathophysiology/presentation of the disease. You must include the following elements in part one: subjective: chief complaint/HPI, demographic data, HPI, PMHX, PSHX, subjective and objective findings. SO YOU ARE CREATING A CASE STUDY BASED ‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ON PTSD

R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍EQUIREMENTS Please note, materials submitted to the Editori

R‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍EQUIREMENTS Please note, materials submitted to the Editorial Office Staff are supposed to meet the following requirements: 1. Articles must be provided with a double copy, in English or Russian languages and typed or compu-ter-printed on a single side of standard typing paper, with the left margin of 3 centimeters width, and 1.5 spacing between the lines, typeface – Times New Roman (Cyrillic), print size – 12 (referring to Georgian and Russian materials). With computer-printed texts please enclose a CD carrying the same file titled with Latin symbols. 2. Size of the article, including index and resume in English, Russian and Georgian languages must be at least 10 pages and not exceed the limit of 20 pages of typed or computer-printed text. 3. Submitted material must include a coverage of a topical subject, research methods, results, and review. Authors of the scientific-research works must indicate the number of experimental biological spe- cies drawn in, list the employed methods of anesthetization and soporific means used during acute tests. 4. Articles must have a short (half page) abstract in English, Russian and Georgian (including the following sections: aim of study, material and methods, results and conclusions) and a list of key words. 5. Tables must be presented in an original typed or computer-printed form, instead of a photocopied version. Numbers, totals, percentile data on the tables must coincide with those in the texts of the articles. Tables and graphs must be headed. 6. Photographs are required to be contrasted and must be submitted with doubles. Please number each photograph with a pencil on its back, indicate author’s name, title of the article (short version), and mark out its top and bottom parts. Drawings must be accurate, drafts and diagrams drawn in Indian ink (or black ink). Photocopies of the X-ray photographs must be presented in a positive image in tiff format. Accurately numbered subtitles for each illustration must be listed on a separate sheet of paper. In the subtitles for the microphotographs please indicate the ocular and objective lens magnification power, method of coloring or impregnation of the microscopic sections (preparations‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍). 7. Please indicate last names, first and middle initials of the native authors, present names and initials of the foreign authors in the transcription of the original language, enclose in parenthesis corresponding number under which the author is listed in the reference materials. 8. Please follow guidance offered to authors by The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors guidance in its Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals publica- tion available online at: In GMN style for each work cited in the text, a bibliographic reference is given, and this is located at the end of the article under the title “References”. All references cited in the text must be listed. The list of refer- ences should be arranged alphabetically and then numbered. References are numbered in the text [numbers in square brackets] and in the reference list and numbers are repeated throughout the text as needed. The bibliographic description is given in the language of publication (citations in Georgian script are followed by Cyrillic and Latin). 9. To obtain the rights of publication articles must be accompanied by a visa from the project in- structor or the establishment, where the work has been performed, and a reference letter, both written or typed on a special signed form, certified by a stamp or a seal. 10. Articles must be signed by all of the authors at the end, and they must be provided with a list of full names, office and home phone numbers and addresses or other non-office locations where the authors could be reached. The number of the authors (co-authors) must not exceed the limit of 5 people. 11. Editorial Staff reserves the rights to cut down in size and correct the articles. Proof-sheets are not sent out to the authors. The entire editorial and collation work is performed according to the author’s original text. 12. Sending in the works that have already been assigned to the press by other Editorial Staffs or have been printed by other publishers is not permissible. Articles that Fail to Meet the Aforementioned Requirements are not Assigned to be ‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍Reviewed.

These notes are written as therapy medicaid notes for sessions ive had with thes

These notes are written as therapy medicaid notes for sessions ive had with these clients listed below, please subline each note for each client start as I have them by name description/intervention/progress.
please note you will see two notes for Ivy 10/26 and 10/28 that I received feedback from my boss please reference from those comments that are listed under the intital post using these symbols (). Please rewrite in the clinical therapist mind set.
IVY- Description: Therapist met with client via zoom meeting for individual therapy in order to address coping strategies to cope with anxiety.
Intervention/Response: During the last session, Client had difficulties with restlessness and played with her fingers and tiny toys. In the process, play therapy had to be involved to boost client concentration during the session. This approach led to reduced tension. Client restlessness and anxiety revealed that client had little progress following the last meeting’s treatment plans. This is even though client had observed all the requirements, which included integration into society, making new friends, and accomplishing the prescribed exercise. However, client showed some progress by identifying her cause of fear. This is an improvement since client has managed to recognize the source of the problem. Therefore, the plan is to direct client on how to manage fears and the activities that client should perform such as interpersonal therapy.
Progress: Client did make progress this week as evident by client being able to identify coping strategies, reduce tension and engage with therapist without many distractions.
ROBERT-Description: Therapist met with client face to face in the comfort of client home.
Intervention/Response: Therapist encouraged client to discuss current emotions since returning home from hospital and/or what led up to hospitalization. Client reported the events that client believed led to hospitalization which were feeling alone, client stated disliking the feeling of isolation. At the time, client felt depressed about his current life and client began to experience death thoughts while at school, when he is isolated the most due to lack of social skills and friendships. Client feelings of depression led to suicidal tendencies, which revealed that gradual subjection to exposure therapy was necessary to achieve during this session with therapist. Therapist encouraged client to exercise daily to improve his mood, since client mentioned working out is something that is enjoyable. Client encouraged to attempt building friendly relationship with others while in school along with maintaining those healthy relationships and boundaries.
Progress: Client did make progress this week as evident by client being able to express his emotions with therapist along with agreeing to attempt friendships with peers to reduce isolative behavior.
SAMONE-Description: Therapist met via telephone with permanency specialist and others to assess and gather information for updates on client current well-being/hospitalization and to gather additional information to complete IM+CANS
Intervention/Response: Therapist interacted with permanency specialist and a list of other individuals to discuss the well- being of the client, and current hospitalization. Therapist reeducated on current family history, disorder, and behaviors. Client, who is admitted to the hospital, is highly agitated by the level of the phone calls and frequent visits from the staff and other members however, client has a severe eating disorder which led to hospitalization, that requires immediate attention from staff and other medical professionals. Client current level of restlessness shows client is experiencing anxiety. Therefore, the plan is to incorporate medical and psychotherapy interventions to lower anxiety while client awaits placement/treatment.
Progress: Therapist was successfully able to gather information needed for updates on client current condition.
SAADAI-Description: Therapist met with client via telephonic in order to conduct an individual therapy session.
Intervention/Response: At the time of this meeting, client presented rudely and required maximal redirection from therapist. Client stated not having time for a session, therapist made aware of current behaviors such as not attend meetings and zoom calls. Therapist re-educated client previous behavior needs improvement, and the failure to answer calls and report to the therapy session showed the client was not interested in treatment plan. Therapist informed client that zoom meeting invitations would go out a week before, client will have enough time to make changes or cancel ahead of time.
Progress: Client did make progress as evident by agreeing to attend scheduled meetings for next week.
IVY2-Description: Therapist met with client via face to face contact for individual therapy in order to address coping strategies to cope with anxiety.
Intervention/Response: At the time of this session, client presented anxious and expressed excitement for the holiday weekend, client would spend with family. Therapist was able to engage with client and allowed client to continue to express excitement. Throughout the session, client expressed areas that required improvement in regard to receiving poor grades, Therapist was able to approach the session with an CBT lesson. The treatment plan involved completing an ABC of CBT worksheet, client had to identify every important assignment that was approaching and express her thoughts about that upcoming assignment and explain consequences with failure to fulfill those commitments.
Progress: The client made progress this week by being able to remain focus throughout session and express thoughts and feelings on area of improvements.
IVY3-(10/26) Description: Therapist met with client via zoom meeting for individual therapy in order to address coping strategies to cope with anxiety.
Intervention/Response: During the last session, Client had difficulties with restlessness and played with her fingers and tiny toys. In the process, play therapy had to be involved to boost client concentration during the session. This approach led to reduced tension. Client restlessness and anxiety revealed that client had little progress following the last meeting’s treatment plans. This is even though client had observed all the requirements, which included integration into society, making new friends, and accomplishing the prescribed exercise. However, client showed some progress by identifying her cause of fear. This is an improvement since client has managed to recognize the source of the problem. Therefore, the plan is to direct client on how to manage fears and the activities that client should perform such as interpersonal therapy.
Progress: Client did make progress this week as evident by client being able to identify coping strategies, reduce tension and engage with therapist without many distractions.
((Regarding individual therapy note for Ivy dated 10/26/21, there are no interventions in this note so please include at least 3 interventions that explain how you addressed treatment goal with client)
IVY4-(10/28) Description: Therapist met with client via face to face contact for individual therapy in order to address coping strategies to cope with anxiety.
Intervention/Response: At the time of this session, client presented anxious and expressed excitement for the holiday weekend, client would spend with family. Therapist was able to engage with client and allowed client to continue to express excitement. Throughout the session, client expressed areas that required improvement in regard to receiving poor grades, Therapist was able to approach the session with an CBT lesson. The treatment plan involved completing an ABC of CBT worksheet, client had to identify every important assignment that was approaching and express her thoughts about that upcoming assignment and explain consequences with failure to fulfill those commitments.
Progress: The client made progress this week by being able to remain focus throughout session and express thoughts and feelings on area of improvements.
(Regarding individual therapy note for Ivy dated 10/28/21, the last sentence is the only intervention so can you please say more about what you did to help)
SAMONE2-Description: Therapist met via telephone with permanency specialist and others to assess and gather information for updates on client current well-being/hospitalization.
Intervention/Response: Therapist interacted with permanency specialist and a list of other individuals to discuss the well- being of the client, and current hospitalization. Therapist reeducated on current family history, disorder, and behaviors. Client expressed feeling overwhelmed with visitors and phone calls, client previously expressed interest in speaking with her biological mother, permanency specialist will check if this is something the client still desires. Client continues to identify the severity of her disorder and stating the urge for help. Due to severity of disorder, client will remain in treatment until client is stable.
Progress: Therapist was successfully able to gather information needed for updates on client current condition.

– developing multifunctional drug delivery system: Loading magnetic nanoparticle

– developing multifunctional drug delivery system: Loading magnetic nanoparticle spinel ferrite over silica and study drug adsorption study.
– It’s about developing a magnetic drug delivery system based on silica and mesoporous carbon.
-Magnetic nanocomposite material is based on Spinel ferrite (NiFe2O4)/silica and (NiFe2O4)/mesoporous carbon.
*If you need any results or information about my research, feel free to ask.

– developing multifunctional drug delivery system: Loading magnetic nanoparticle

– developing multifunctional drug delivery system: Loading magnetic nanoparticle spinel ferrite over silica and study drug adsorption study.
– It’s about developing a magnetic drug delivery system based on silica and mesoporous carbon.
-Magnetic nanocomposite material is based on Spinel ferrite (NiFe2O4)/silica and (NiFe2O4)/mesoporous carbon.
*If you need any results or information about my research, feel free to ask.

S‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍elect a client from clinical experience with an acute healt

S‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍elect a client from clinical experience with an acute health problem or complaint requiring at least two visits. Submit a complete H & P from the initial visit with this client and a focused SOAP note for the follow-up visit. Based on this client’s condition, conduct a literature search for two research articles that discuss various approaches to the treatment of this condition. Peer reviewed articles must address the standardized procedure or guidelines for this diagnosis. Incorporate the research findings into the decision-making for this client’s treatment. In the paper, compare and contrast or address how treatment or the plan may have been different based on the research findings. The discussion on relating research to practice should be 3-4 pages and the total paper should be no longer than 10 pages including references. The research articles must be an original research contributions (no review articles or meta-analysis) and must have been published within the last five years. Cover the criteria listed below‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍. The paper should be APA formatted and no longer than 10 pages. Reviews topic and explains rationale for its selection in the context of client care. (2 pts) Evaluates key concepts related to the topic. 2 pts) Describes multiple viewpoints if this is a controversial issue or one for which there are no clear guidelines. (2 pts) Assesses the merit of evidence found on this topic . soundness of research (5pts) Evaluates current EBM guidelines, if available. Or, recommends what these guidelines should be based on available research. Discuss the Standardized Procedure for this diagnosis. (5 pts) Discusses how the evidence did impact/would impact practice. What should be done differently based on the knowledge gained? (3 pts) Consider cultural, spiritual, and socioeconomic issues as applicable. (2pts). Utilizes APA guidelines, cite references (2 pts) Writing style at the graduate level (2pts) Expectations Length: no longer than 5 pages, including references Format: APA Formatted Research: citations req‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍uired

L‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍.T 56 year old male came to the clinic with Uncontrolled Hy

L‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍.T 56 year old male came to the clinic with Uncontrolled Hypertension. It’s a problem focused soap note. 3 differential diagnosis needed ,treatment and plan. References 5 years and less. Citations needed. Each differential diagnosis must be supported with words (as evidenced by why yes or why not this diagnosis) On assessment include just Cardio vascular ,pulmonary system and neuro or GI This is an example for soap note Student Name and clinical course: (If no title page): ______________________ ID: Client’s Initials*:_______Age_____ Race__________Gender____________Date of Birth___________ Insurance _______________ Marital Status_____________ *It is recommended to include false initials and use Jan 1, XXXX (correct year) to protect client confidentiality. Include brief statement on whether the patient came to the clinic alone or accompanied, and if so by whom, and whether they are a reliable historian. Subjective: CC: Patient’s own words, a few words, a sentence or less. Example: “cough and fever” HPI: In paragraph format, including at the minimum OLDCARTS. Please start with demographics: AA, a 29 . Asian female presents to the clinic alone with complaint of _____________. Onset, Location, Duration, Characteristics/context, Aggravating factors or Associated symptoms, Relieving Factors, Treatment, and Timing, Severity. Include any pertinent positives or negatives. ROS (write out by system): Comprehensive (>10) ROS systems for wellness exams or complex cases only. Do not include all 14 systems for every SOAP unless needed – review and document the pertinent systems. Do not include diagnoses – those belong in PMH. The below categories are per CMS guidelines. Constitutional: Eyes: Ears/Nose/Mouth/Throat: Cardiovascular: Pulmonary: Gastrointestinal: Genitourinary: Musculoskeletal: Integumentary & breast: Neurological: Psychiatric: Endocrine: Hematologic/Lymphatic: Allergic/Immunologic: Past Medical History: ? Medical problem list ? Preventative care: (if applicable to the case – Paps, mammography, colonoscopy, dates of last visits, etc.) ? Surgeries: ? Hospitalizations: ? LMP, pregnancy status, menopause, etc. fo‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍r women Allergies: Food, drug, environmental Medications: include names, doses, frequency, and routes, and reason in parenthesis if off-label or secondary use Family History: Social History: -Sexual history and contraception/protection (as applies to the case) -Chemical history (tobacco/alcohol/drugs) (ask every pt about tobacco use) Other: -Other social history as applicable to each case (diet/exercise, spirituality, school/work, living arrangements, developmental history, birth history, breastfeeding, ADLs, advanced directives, etc. Exercise your critical thinking here – what is pertinent and necessary for safe and holistic care) Objective Vital Signs: HR BP Temp RR SpO2 Pain Height Weight BMI (be sure to include percentiles for peds) Labs, radiology or other pertinent studies: be sure to include the date of labs – might be POC tests from today Physical Exam (write out by system): Start with a general survey: Assessment (you will often have more than one diagnosis/problem, but do the differential on the main problem) Differentials (with a brief rationale for each): 1. 2. 3. Diagnosis (may have more than one, include ICD-10 if rubric or as your instructor specifies) Plan (4 pronged-plan for each problem on the problem list) Diagnostics: Treatment: Education Follow Up: List plan under each Diagnosis. Example 1: Hypertension (I10) A: Lisinopril/HCT 20/ Daily #90, refills 3 B: BMP in 6 months C: Recheck BP in 2 Weeks D: Low Sodium Diet and lifestyle modifications discussed 2: Morbid Obesity BMI () A: Goal of 5% weight reduction in 3 months B: Increase exercise by walking 30 minutes each day C: Portion Size Education 3: T2 Diabetes with diabetic neuropathy () A: Repeat A1C in 3 months B. Increase Metformin to 1000mg BID #180, refills: 3 C: Annual referral to diabetic educator, ophthalmology, and podiatry (placed X/X) D: Daily blood glucose check in the am and when sick E. Return to clinic in 3-4 months to‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ reassess

This assignment consists of 3 parts – I have included the marking rubrick with s

This assignment consists of 3 parts – I have included the marking rubrick with specific parameters that need to be met. Please clearly separate parts 1-3. I have started the assignment and got some feedback. You have freedom to change things in Part 1 as I have not made a formal submission but please keep the topic on IV glutathione and respiratory illnesses. Feel free to choose and reference articles that you find appropriate. Please write all three parts.