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In recent years, hormone replacement therapy has become a controversial issue. When prescribing therapies, advanced practice nurses must weigh the strengths and limitations of the prescribed supplemental hormones. If advanced practice nurses determine that the limitations outweigh the strengths, then they might suggest alternative treatment options such as herbs or other natural remedies, changes in diet, and increase in exercise.

Consider the following scenario:

  • As an advanced practice nurse at a      community health clinic, you often treat female (and sometimes male      patients) with hormone deficiencies. One of your patients requests that      you prescribe supplemental hormones. This poses the questions: How will      you determine what kind of treatment to suggest? What patient factors      should you consider? Are supplemental hormones the best option for the      patient, or would they benefit from alternative treatments?

To prepare:

  • Review Chapter 56 of the Arcangelo      and Peterson text, as well as the Holloway and Makinen and Huhtaniemi      articles in the Learning Resources.
  • Review the provided scenario and      reflect on whether or not you would support hormone replacement therapy.
  • Locate and review additional articles      about research on hormone replacement therapy for women and/or men.      Consider the strengths and limitations of hormone replacement therapy.
  • Based on your research of the      strengths and limitations, again reflect on whether or not you would      support hormone replacement therapy.
  • Consider whether you would prescribe      supplemental hormones or recommend alternative treatments to patients with      hormone deficiencies.

With these thoughts in mind:

Posta description of the strengths and limitations of hormone replacement therapy. Based on these strengths and limitations, explain why you would or why you would not support hormone replacement therapy. Explain whether you would prescribe supplemental hormones or recommend alternative treatments to patients with hormone deficiencies and why.

This work should have Introduction and conclusion

– This work should have at 3 to 5current references (Year 2012 and up)

– Use at least 2 references from class Learning Resources

The following Resources are not acceptable:

1. Wikipedia

2. Cdc.gov- nonhealthcare professionals section

3. Webmd.com

4. Mayoclinic.com

Required Readings

Arcangelo, V. P., Peterson, A. M., Wilbur, V., & Reinhold, J. A. (Eds.). (2017). Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: A practical approach (4th ed.). Ambler, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

  • Chapter 33, “Prostatic      Disorders and Erectile Dysfunction” (pp. 527-544)
         This chapter examines the causes, pathophysiology, and drug treatment of      four disorders: prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate      cancer, and erectile dysfunction. It also explores the importance of      monitoring patient response and patient education.
  • Chapter 34, “Overactive      Bladder” (pp. 545-564)
         This chapter describes the causes, pathophysiology, diagnostic criteria,      and evaluation of overactive bladder. It also outlines the process of      initiating, administering, and managing drug treatment for this disorder.
  • Chapter 55, “Contraception”      (pp. 959-970)
         This chapter examines various methods of contraception and covers drug      interactions, selecting the most appropriate agent, and monitoring patient      response to contraceptions.
  • Chapter 56, “Menopause” (pp.      971-994)
         This chapter p
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In recent years, hormone replacement therapy has become a controversial issue. When prescribing therapies, advanced practice nurses must weigh the strengths and limitations of the prescribed supplemental hormones. If advanced practice nurses determine that the limitations outweigh the strengths, then they might suggest alternative treatment options such as herbs or other natural remedies, changes in diet, and increase in exercise.

Consider the following scenario:

  • As an advanced practice nurse at a      community health clinic, you often treat female (and sometimes male      patients) with hormone deficiencies. One of your patients requests that      you prescribe supplemental hormones. This poses the questions: How will      you determine what kind of treatment to suggest? What patient factors      should you consider? Are supplemental hormones the best option for the      patient, or would they benefit from alternative treatments?

To prepare:

  • Review Chapter 56 of the Arcangelo      and Peterson text, as well as the Holloway and Makinen and Huhtaniemi      articles in the Learning Resources.
  • Review the provided scenario and      reflect on whether or not you would support hormone replacement therapy.
  • Locate and review additional articles      about research on hormone replacement therapy for women and/or men.      Consider the strengths and limitations of hormone replacement therapy.
  • Based on your research of the      strengths and limitations, again reflect on whether or not you would      support hormone replacement therapy.
  • Consider whether you would prescribe      supplemental hormones or recommend alternative treatments to patients with      hormone deficiencies.

With these thoughts in mind:

Posta description of the strengths and limitations of hormone replacement therapy. Based on these strengths and limitations, explain why you would or why you would not support hormone replacement therapy. Explain whether you would prescribe supplemental hormones or recommend alternative treatments to patients with hormone deficiencies and why.

This work should have Introduction and conclusion

– This work should have at 3 to 5current references (Year 2012 and up)

– Use at least 2 references from class Learning Resources

The following Resources are not acceptable:

1. Wikipedia

2. Cdc.gov- nonhealthcare professionals section

3. Webmd.com

4. Mayoclinic.com

Required Readings

Arcangelo, V. P., Peterson, A. M., Wilbur, V., & Reinhold, J. A. (Eds.). (2017). Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: A practical approach (4th ed.). Ambler, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

  • Chapter 33, “Prostatic      Disorders and Erectile Dysfunction” (pp. 527-544)
         This chapter examines the causes, pathophysiology, and drug treatment of      four disorders: prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate      cancer, and erectile dysfunction. It also explores the importance of      monitoring patient response and patient education.
  • Chapter 34, “Overactive      Bladder” (pp. 545-564)
         This chapter describes the causes, pathophysiology, diagnostic criteria,      and evaluation of overactive bladder. It also outlines the process of      initiating, administering, and managing drug treatment for this disorder.
  • Chapter 55, “Contraception”      (pp. 959-970)
         This chapter examines various methods of contraception and covers drug      interactions, selecting the most appropriate agent, and monitoring patient      response to contraceptions.
  • Chapter 56, “Menopause” (pp.      971-994)
         This chapter p
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In recent years, hormone replacement therapy has become a controversial issue. When prescribing therapies, advanced practice nurses must weigh the strengths and limitations of the prescribed supplemental hormones. If advanced practice nurses determine that the limitations outweigh the strengths, then they might suggest alternative treatment options such as herbs or other natural remedies, changes in diet, and increase in exercise.

Consider the following scenario:

  • As an advanced practice nurse at a      community health clinic, you often treat female (and sometimes male      patients) with hormone deficiencies. One of your patients requests that      you prescribe supplemental hormones. This poses the questions: How will      you determine what kind of treatment to suggest? What patient factors      should you consider? Are supplemental hormones the best option for the      patient, or would they benefit from alternative treatments?

To prepare:

  • Review Chapter 56 of the Arcangelo      and Peterson text, as well as the Holloway and Makinen and Huhtaniemi      articles in the Learning Resources.
  • Review the provided scenario and      reflect on whether or not you would support hormone replacement therapy.
  • Locate and review additional articles      about research on hormone replacement therapy for women and/or men.      Consider the strengths and limitations of hormone replacement therapy.
  • Based on your research of the      strengths and limitations, again reflect on whether or not you would      support hormone replacement therapy.
  • Consider whether you would prescribe      supplemental hormones or recommend alternative treatments to patients with      hormone deficiencies.

With these thoughts in mind:

Posta description of the strengths and limitations of hormone replacement therapy. Based on these strengths and limitations, explain why you would or why you would not support hormone replacement therapy. Explain whether you would prescribe supplemental hormones or recommend alternative treatments to patients with hormone deficiencies and why.

This work should have Introduction and conclusion

– This work should have at 3 to 5current references (Year 2012 and up)

– Use at least 2 references from class Learning Resources

The following Resources are not acceptable:

1. Wikipedia

2. Cdc.gov- nonhealthcare professionals section

3. Webmd.com

4. Mayoclinic.com

Required Readings

Arcangelo, V. P., Peterson, A. M., Wilbur, V., & Reinhold, J. A. (Eds.). (2017). Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: A practical approach (4th ed.). Ambler, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

  • Chapter 33, “Prostatic      Disorders and Erectile Dysfunction” (pp. 527-544)
         This chapter examines the causes, pathophysiology, and drug treatment of      four disorders: prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate      cancer, and erectile dysfunction. It also explores the importance of      monitoring patient response and patient education.
  • Chapter 34, “Overactive      Bladder” (pp. 545-564)
         This chapter describes the causes, pathophysiology, diagnostic criteria,      and evaluation of overactive bladder. It also outlines the process of      initiating, administering, and managing drug treatment for this disorder.
  • Chapter 55, “Contraception”      (pp. 959-970)
         This chapter examines various methods of contraception and covers drug      interactions, selecting the most appropriate agent, and monitoring patient      response to contraceptions.
  • Chapter 56, “Menopause” (pp.      971-994)
         This chapter p
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In recent years, hormone replacement therapy has become a controversial issue. When prescribing therapies, advanced practice nurses must weigh the strengths and limitations of the prescribed supplemental hormones. If advanced practice nurses determine that the limitations outweigh the strengths, then they might suggest alternative treatment options such as herbs or other natural remedies, changes in diet, and increase in exercise.

Consider the following scenario:

Consider the following scenario:
  • As an advanced practice nurse at a      community health clinic, you often treat female (and sometimes male      patients) with hormone deficiencies. One of your patients requests that      you prescribe supplemental hormones. This poses the questions: How will      you determine what kind of treatment to suggest? What patient factors      should you consider? Are supplemental hormones the best option for the      patient, or would they benefit from alternative treatments?
  • As an advanced practice nurse at a      community health clinic, you often treat female (and sometimes male      patients) with hormone deficiencies. One of your patients requests that      you prescribe supplemental hormones. This poses the questions: How will      you determine what kind of treatment to suggest? What patient factors      should you consider? Are supplemental hormones the best option for the      patient, or would they benefit from alternative treatments?
  • To prepare:

    To prepare:
    • Review Chapter 56 of the Arcangelo      and Peterson text, as well as the Holloway and Makinen and Huhtaniemi      articles in the Learning Resources.
    • Review the provided scenario and      reflect on whether or not you would support hormone replacement therapy.
    • Locate and review additional articles      about research on hormone replacement therapy for women and/or men.      Consider the strengths and limitations of hormone replacement therapy.
    • Based on your research of the      strengths and limitations, again reflect on whether or not you would      support hormone replacement therapy.
    • Consider whether you would prescribe      supplemental hormones or recommend alternative treatments to patients with      hormone deficiencies.
  • Review Chapter 56 of the Arcangelo      and Peterson text, as well as the Holloway and Makinen and Huhtaniemi      articles in the Learning Resources.
  • Review the provided scenario and      reflect on whether or not you would support hormone replacement therapy.
  • Locate and review additional articles      about research on hormone replacement therapy for women and/or men.      Consider the strengths and limitations of hormone replacement therapy.
  • Based on your research of the      strengths and limitations, again reflect on whether or not you would      support hormone replacement therapy.
  • Consider whether you would prescribe      supplemental hormones or recommend alternative treatments to patients with      hormone deficiencies.
  • With these thoughts in mind:

    Posta description of the strengths and limitations of hormone replacement therapy. Based on these strengths and limitations, explain why you would or why you would not support hormone replacement therapy. Explain whether you would prescribe supplemental hormones or recommend alternative treatments to patients with hormone deficiencies and why.

    Post

    This work should have Introduction and conclusion

    – This work should have at 3 to 5current references (Year 2012 and up)

    – Use at least 2 references from class Learning Resources

    The following Resources are not acceptable:

    The following Resources are not acceptable

    1. Wikipedia

    2. Cdc.gov- nonhealthcare professionals section

    3. Webmd.com

    4. Mayoclinic.com

    Required Readings

    Arcangelo, V. P., Peterson, A. M., Wilbur, V., & Reinhold, J. A. (Eds.). (2017). Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: A practical approach (4th ed.). Ambler, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

    Arcangelo, V. P., Peterson, A. M., Wilbur, V., & Reinhold, J. A. (Eds.). (2017). Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: A practical approach Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: A practical approach (4th ed.). Ambler, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
    • Chapter 33, “Prostatic      Disorders and Erectile Dysfunction” (pp. 527-544)
           This chapter examines the causes, pathophysiology, and drug treatment of      four disorders: prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate      cancer, and erectile dysfunction. It also explores the importance of      monitoring patient response and patient education.
    • Chapter 34, “Overactive      Bladder” (pp. 545-564)
           This chapter describes the causes, pathophysiology, diagnostic criteria,      and evaluation of overactive bladder. It also outlines the process of      initiating, administering, and managing drug treatment for this disorder.
    • Chapter 55, “Contraception”      (pp. 959-970)
           This chapter examines various methods of contraception and covers drug      interactions, selecting the most appropriate agent, and monitoring patient      response to contraceptions.
    • Chapter 56, “Menopause” (pp.      971-994)
           This chapter p
  • Chapter 33, “Prostatic      Disorders and Erectile Dysfunction” (pp. 527-544)
         This chapter examines the causes, pathophysiology, and drug treatment of      four disorders: prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate      cancer, and erectile dysfunction. It also explores the importance of      monitoring patient response and patient education.

  • Chapter 34, “Overactive      Bladder” (pp. 545-564)
         This chapter describes the causes, pathophysiology, diagnostic criteria,      and evaluation of overactive bladder. It also outlines the process of      initiating, administering, and managing drug treatment for this disorder.

  • Chapter 55, “Contraception”      (pp. 959-970)
         This chapter examines various methods of contraception and covers drug      interactions, selecting the most appropriate agent, and monitoring patient      response to contraceptions.

  • Chapter 56, “Menopause” (pp.      971-994)
         This chapter p

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