Some people do not realize that Cocaine (the snortable kind that was wildly popular and hip in the 1980s – and beyond) is exactly the same psychoactive drug as “crack” that became the urban plague of the 90s (and beyond). Although the snortable form of cocaine is certainly addictive, the smokable crack form is much more addictive. After reading about drug ingestion, brain physiology and chemistry in our current chapters, we want you to venture your educated opinion about why the smokable form of cocaine is so much more addictive than the snortable form. Understanding this effect will teach you many of the essential dynamics of drug ingestion and action that are the learning objectives of this module. You have to use the textbook and the internet. Please reference all sources. We need at least 3. Textbook: Hanson, G. R., Venturelli, P. J., & Fleckenstein, A. E. (2012). Drugs and society. (11th ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett.
Describe treatment process for this patient, from the history taking through to treatment, management plan and possible referral? Be sure to include in your answer: • What tests would be carried out, why they would be done and what the results indicate • What the treatment options for this patient would be • Recognition of osteomyelitis • To whom and when they would be referred. DESCRIBE WHAT OSTEOMYLITIS IS AND THE RELEVANT SIGNS, EARLY AND LATER STAGES. Refere to gp and multi disciplinary team letter of diagnosis and findings Consider Neurovascular assessments www.diabetes.org.uk Refrences Lorimer D Neals common foot disorders radiological assessment for podiatrists