By Gary McClain, Michelle Buchman
AFTER THE analysis: HOW sufferers REACT and the way to assist THEM COPE presents readers with functional, sensible directions that support sufferers harness either emotional and rational strengths as they impart with healthcare execs, assemble info, evaluation treatments, make proficient therapy judgements, and deal with their . AFTER THE prognosis is the 1st and in simple terms e-book to aid healthcare execs, nurses, physician's assistants, nursing assistants, and people from different allied professions know how newly clinically determined sufferers react emotionally.
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Do you remember that? Starting the Conversation about a Medical Diagnosis 13 GINA: Yes, I do. SHELLY: And you checked the box on the questionnaire that indicated your mom had suffered from Type II diabetes. Right? GINA: Yeah, she did. From about her early fifties onward. She was on medication until she died last year. SHELLY: That was a red flag. Dr. Bennett scheduled you for some additional tests to check your blood glucose levels. She received the results, and you were diagnosed with Type II diabetes.
For some patients, the fight attitude comes naturally; it is simply how they react to their diagnoses once they move beyond their initial shock. However, these patients sometimes challenge their health-care teams, because they believe they are ultimately responsible for decisions regarding things like information sources, treatment alternatives, and lifestyle adjustments. Upcoming chapters describe both why fighters are most likely to have successful outcomes and how health-care professionals can cultivate the fight instinct in their patients.
SHELLY: Now. Do you want to know more about the medication? GINA: I know what I need to take, and the doctor gave me a pamphlet to read. I think I have dealt with enough for today. SHELLY: Okay. You know how to call me as questions come up. But the doctor wants you to start the medi- cation as soon as possible, and we need to go over some diet and exercise recommendations. Are you ready to go over that with me for a few minutes? GINA: Sure. Delmar/Cengage Learning GINA: I just can’t believe this is happening CHAPTER 1 Guidelines for Discussing a Diagnosis with a Patient Following are guidelines for discussing a recent diagnosis with a patient.