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Jacksonville University

CE Assignment

Include article summary here including title of article (remove this sentence before submitting this assignment).

Pathophysiology

Patient-Centered Medical and Nursing Management

Application to Nursing Practice

References

Bane, T.J. & Cole, C. (2015) Prevention of Alzheimer Disease: The Roles of Nutrition and Primary Care. Nurse Practitioner , 40(5), 30-35. doi: 10.1097/01.NPR.0000463782.57968.c2

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Nursing Journal CE Assignment Rubric:

Nursing Journal CE Assignment Grading Criteria Possible Score Earned Score
Summary• Key points regarding pathophysiology, medical and nursingmanagement, and application to nursing practice• APA format 1082
CE Test 10
Total Score 20

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hypercholesterolemia. His new primary care provider offers guidance on following a low-cholesterol/low-fat diet and prescribes an antidepressant and an analgesic for the low back pain.

Years later, in his seventies, Mr. J is still obese, sees a pain management provider for chronic back pain (managed with an opioid analgesic), and takes numerous medications for his comorbid conditions, including hypertension, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and hypercholesterolemia. Mr. J’s wife accompanies him to the visit and reports recent deterioration in his memory, concentration, and mood. Mr. J leaves the clinic with the diagno- sis of dementia and possibly Alzheimer disease (AD), for which his pro- vider prescribes donepezil.

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Prevention of Alzheimer disease

The roles of nutrition and primary care

Abstract: Risk factors for developing Alzheimer disease include

hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, obesity, and diabetes.

Due to lack of effective treatments for Alzheimer disease, nutrition

and primary prevention becomes important.

Keywords: Alzheimer disease, dementia, health-related behaviors, nutrition, primary prevention

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