The client diagnosed with parkinsons disease is being admitted with a low grade fever, cough, and patchy infiltrates in the lung fields on t

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The client diagnosed with parkinsons disease is being admitted with a low grade fever, cough, and patchy infiltrates in the lung fields on the chest x-ray. Which clinical manifestions of PD would explain these assessment data?

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Reagan 3 months 2022-02-11T08:35:54+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-11T08:37:31+00:00

    Answer:

    Difficulty swallowing and Immobility

    Explanation:

    Parkinson’s disease can be explained or described as a progressive nervous system disorder that affects movement.

    * Some of the symptoms or early signs of Parkinson’s disease include

    * cramped handwriting or other writing changes.

    * tremor, especially in finger, hand or foot.

    * uncontrollable movements during sleep.

    * limb stiffness or slow movement (bradykinesia)

    * voice changes.

    In this case, the clinical manifestations, that is difficulty swallowing places the client  at risk for aspiration while Immobility  predisposes the client to pneumonia.

    This means that the two clinical manifestations place the  client at risk for pulmonary  complications.

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