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These sample case studies are for illustration only. They should not be used to make a diagnosis. If the symptoms sound similar to those that you (or a loved one) are experiencing, please contact your primary physician or a mental health professional for an evaluation as soon as possible. Case Study 1 Jessica is a 28 year-old married female. She has a very demanding, high stress job as a second year medical resident in a large hospital. Jessica has always been a high achiever. She graduated with top honors in both college and medical school. She has very high standards for herself and can be very self-critical when she fails to meet them.
Nursing Case Study of a Patient with Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
1. A Case Study Presentation by Elisa Rubio Brigham Young University-Idaho 2. Slide Show If you are seeing “Click to add title” on this screen, you are in the “Edit Slideshow” mode. In order to switch to the “View Slideshow” mode, click the button under the “View” menu that looks like this symbol. Please Note: This slide show includes many features that cannot be fully appreciated unless you are in the “View Slideshow” mode. 3. After reviewing this slide show, the nurse should be able to: Explain how secondary brain injury results from primary injury.