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  • Post Date 2018-11-06T11:54:59+00:00
  • Post Category Essays

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Scripted Dialogue

Scripted Dialogue

INSTRUCTIONS:

Utilizing the information learned from the home visit, health histories, and discharge orders, write a scripted dialogue in which you provide Sallie Mae with education that describes her problems and the interventions identified to improve her condition. Consider Sallie Mae`s physiological, psychosocial, educational, and spiritual needs when developing your dialogue. The dialogue should resemble a script.

Sallie Mae Fisher’s Health History

and Discharge Orders



Sallie Mae Fisher Health History

Ms. Fisher is an 82-year-old female with a history of chronic congestive heart failure (CHF), atrial fibrillation, and hypertension. During the last 6 months, she has been hospitalized four times for exacerbation of her CHF. She was discharged home last Saturday from the hospital after a 3-day stay to treat increased dyspnea, an 8-pound weight gain, and chest pain.

Ms. Fisher is recently widowed and lives alone. She has a daughter, Thelma Jean, who lives in town but works full time and has family issues of her own. Therefore, family support is limited.

Hospital Discharge Instructions

• Mountain Top Home Health to evaluate cardio-pulmonary status, medication management, and home safety.

• Medical Equipment Company to deliver oxygen concentrator and instruct patient in use. O2 at 2 liters per nasal prongs PRN.

• Prescriptions given at discharge:

o Digoxin 0.25 mg once a day

o Lasix 80 mg twice a day

o Calan 240 mg once a day 

• Order written to continue other home meds.



Sallie Mae’s Home Medication List

• Zocar 50 mg once a day

• Minipres 1 mg once a day

• Vasotec 10 mg twice a day

• Prilosec 20 mg once a day

• Furosemide 40 mg once a day

• Effexor 37.5 mg at bedtime

• Lanoxin 0.125 mg every other day

• Multivitamin once a day

• Potassium 40 mEq once a day

• Ibuprofen 400 mg q 4 hours as needed for pain

• Darvocet N 100 mg q 4 hours as needed for pain

• Nitroglycerin ointment, apply 1 inch every day



Sallie Mae Fisher’s Health History 

and Discharge Orders



Sallie Mae Fisher Health History

Ms. Fisher is an 82-year-old female with a history of chronic congestive heart failure (CHF), atrial fibrillation, and hypertension. During the last 6 months, she has been hospitalized four times for exacerbation of her CHF. She was discharged home last Saturday from the hospital after a 3-day stay to treat increased dyspnea, an 8-pound weight gain, and chest pain.

Ms. Fisher is recently widowed and lives alone. She has a daughter, Thelma Jean, who lives in town but works full time and has family issues of her own. Therefore, family support is limited.

Hospital Discharge Instructions

• Mountain Top Home Health to evaluate cardio-pulmonary status, medication management, and home safety.

• Medical Equipment Company to deliver oxygen concentrator and instruct patient in use. O2 at 2 liters per nasal prongs PRN.

• Prescriptions given at discharge:

o Digoxin 0.25 mg once a day

o Lasix 80 mg twice a day

o Calan 240 mg once a day 

• Order written to continue other home meds.



Sallie Mae’s Home Medication List

• Zocar 50 mg once a day

• Minipres 1 mg once a day

• Vasotec 10 mg twice a day

• Prilosec 20 mg once a day

• Furosemide 40 mg once a day

• Effexor 37.5 mg at bedtime

• Lanoxin 0.125 mg every other day

• Multivitamin once a day

• Potassium 40 mEq once a day

• Ibuprofen 400 mg q 4 hours as needed for pain

• Darvocet N 100 mg q 4 hours as needed for pain

• Nitroglycerin ointment, apply 1 inch every day





Sallie Mae Fisher’s Health History 

and Discharge Orders



Sallie Mae Fisher Health History

Ms. Fisher is an 82-year-old female with a history of chronic congestive heart failure (CHF), atrial fibrillation, and hypertension. During the last 6 months, she has been hospitalized four times for exacerbation of her CHF. She was discharged home last Saturday from the hospital after a 3-day stay to treat increased dyspnea, an 8-pound weight gain, and chest pain.

Ms. Fisher is recently widowed and lives alone. She has a daughter, Thelma Jean, who lives in town but works full time and has family issues of her own. Therefore, family support is limited.

Hospital Discharge Instructions

• Mountain Top Home Health to evaluate cardio-pulmonary status, medication management, and home safety.

• Medical Equipment Company to deliver oxygen concentrator and instruct patient in use. O2 at 2 liters per nasal prongs PRN.

• Prescriptions given at discharge:

o Digoxin 0.25 mg once a day

o Lasix 80 mg twice a day

o Calan 240 mg once a day 

• Order written to continue other home meds.



Sallie Mae’s Home Medication List

• Zocar 50 mg once a day

• Minipres 1 mg once a day

• Vasotec 10 mg twice a day

• Prilosec 20 mg once a day

• Furosemide 40 mg once a day

• Effexor 37.5 mg at bedtime

• Lanoxin 0.125 mg every other day

• Multivitamin once a day

• Potassium 40 mEq once a day

• Ibuprofen 400 mg q 4 hours as needed for pain

• Darvocet N 100 mg q 4 hours as needed for pain

• Nitroglycerin ointment, apply 1 inch every day

CONTENT:

SCRIPTED DIALOGUE By Student Name Student’s Address Town Telephone Number Student’s Email INT. Ms FISHER’S HOME DAY (Ms Fisher enters the room from collecting her clothes outside in the backyard) JOE: Hi… Ms FISHER: Hi, seems I’ve kept you long. Let me prepare you a cup of Coffee. (Ms Fisher enters the kitchen and rues some coffee for Joe. She slowly brings the coffee to

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