Prescribed Drugs with CAMs

A 35-year-old male, Mr. NX, presents to your clinic today with complaints of back pain and “just not feeling good.” Regarding his back, he states that his back pain is a chronic condition that he has suffered with for about the last 10 years. He has not suffered any specific injury to his back. He denies weakness of the lower extremities, denies bowel or bladder changes or dysfunction, and denies radiation of pain to the lower extremities and no numbness or tingling of the lower extremities. He describes the pain as a constant dull ache and tightness across the low back.

He states he started a workout program about 3 weeks ago. He states he is working out with a friend who is a body builder. He states his friend suggested taking Creatine to help build muscle and Coenzyme Q10 as an antioxidant so he started those medications at the same time he began working out. He states he also takes Kava Kava for his anxiety and garlic to help lower his blood pressure.

His historical diagnoses, currently under control, are:

Type II diabetes since age 27

High blood pressure

Recurrent DVTs

His prescribed medications include:

Glyburide 3 mg daily with breakfast

Lisinopril 20 mg daily

Coumadin 5 mg daily

Directions:

Based on the above study, address each section of the Unit 9 Assignment template. Please answer the template questions for this assignment.

Here is the Assignment Template:

This paper addresses a pharmacological management plan for Mr. NX, including consideration of possible contraindications for CAMs, prescriptive, and non-prescriptive recommendations for management of acute pain and other ongoing disease processes, followed by evaluation strategies.
Pharmacological Management Plan
CAMs Contraindicated with Current Prescriptions
CAMs Contraindicated with Diagnoses
Prescription for Back Pain
Changes in Prescribed Drugs
Follow-Up Evaluations
Time-Frame
Strategies for Evaluating Side/Adverse Effects
Strategies for Evaluating Effectiveness

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Prescribed Drugs with CAMs

A 35-year-old male, Mr. NX, presents to your clinic today with complaints of back pain and “just not feeling good.” Regarding his back, he states that his back pain is a chronic condition that he has suffered with for about the last 10 years. He has not suffered any specific injury to his back. He denies weakness of the lower extremities, denies bowel or bladder changes or dysfunction, and denies radiation of pain to the lower extremities and no numbness or tingling of the lower extremities. He describes the pain as a constant dull ache and tightness across the low back.

He states he started a workout program about 3 weeks ago. He states he is working out with a friend who is a body builder. He states his friend suggested taking Creatine to help build muscle and Coenzyme Q10 as an antioxidant so he started those medications at the same time he began working out. He states he also takes Kava Kava for his anxiety and garlic to help lower his blood pressure.

His historical diagnoses, currently under control, are:

Type II diabetes since age 27

High blood pressure

Recurrent DVTs

His prescribed medications include:

Glyburide 3 mg daily with breakfast

Lisinopril 20 mg daily

Coumadin 5 mg daily

Directions:

Based on the above study, address each section of the Unit 9 Assignment template. Please answer the template questions for this assignment.

Here is the Assignment Template:

This paper addresses a pharmacological management plan for Mr. NX, including consideration of possible contraindications for CAMs, prescriptive, and non-prescriptive recommendations for management of acute pain and other ongoing disease processes, followed by evaluation strategies.
Pharmacological Management Plan
CAMs Contraindicated with Current Prescriptions
CAMs Contraindicated with Diagnoses
Prescription for Back Pain
Changes in Prescribed Drugs
Follow-Up Evaluations
Time-Frame
Strategies for Evaluating Side/Adverse Effects
Strategies for Evaluating Effectiveness

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Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *