Individually, you are to develop a patient profile for this patient, relevant to the information you have been given. You will need to identify and explain: A probable medical and surgical history for the patient with rationales

Case Study 
The objective of this assessment is to create a patient profile from the information provided and explain the pathophysiology and pharmacology. Students are expected to show competence in providing relevant education points and utilise the clinical reasoning cycle to complete the allocated tasks.
There are two objectives for this assessment:

Firstly, you will use the information provided to create a patient profile. You must also explain the patient`s pathophysiology and pharmacology; provide relevant education points; utilise clinical reasoning; and showcase the partnering with consumers standard.Secondly, you must demonstrate an understanding of medication safety by identifying which medications are relevant and safe for the patient to keep upon discharge, and which should be adjusted relevant to the patient`s condition. 

You are a student nurse working in an Emergency Unit. Admitted on the 12/07/2023 to the ward is a non-communicative patient. After receiving handover from the admitting nurse, you read through the patients` notes. The notes provide patient information in the form of a physical examination along with minimal laboratory and diagnostic testing information. A “bag of medications” belonging to the patient was presented to you. The bag contains 3 medication bottles with administration instructions.

Task 1 
Individually, you are to develop a patient profile for this patient, relevant to the information you have been given. You will need to identify and explain:

A probable medical and surgical history for the patient with rationalesA reason for admission with rationaleThe nathophysiology of the proconting condition Type here to search

Task 2 
You have been provided with additional information pertaining to the patient. This includes an updated set of focused progress notes and a medication chart. You are required to:
1. Read the following documents

Patient Progress NotesMedication chart