Nurse and Patient- A Conversational Analysis
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The paper describes an interview with a hospitalized patient detailing the responses to a listed range of questions. The paper presents the interview questions and the patient's responses in a tabulated report and then presents the writer's conclusions about the patient and the care he requires based on the report.
From the Paper:'Knowing that CHF and depression are linked, I wanted to understand if the depression had lasted for a long time, prior to the death of his wife and the moving away of his family. While it appeared that he had been overweight for a long time, the depression did not seem to have existed at this level before the death of his spouse two years ago."
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