This is part 4 of a course project for International Business. The assiment is to chose a comapany and do research about it, my company is Samsung. This section should present an analysis of financial managementfor an international business. It should include a list of financial resources, as well as a one year chart on the stock performance of your business. Finally, you would describe the accounting method used by your business and how you would use the businesss financial statements to analyze their business. Make sure you provide the appropriate sources for material that is not original. Following are some questions to ask. How does fluctuating exchange rates affect my business? Where can my business go to secure financing? How has my business performed in the stock market? What impact has the IASB had on my business? How has my business benefited the stakeholders? There are several sources from which the issues can be determined. They include business documents, textbooks, annual reports, business or government web sites, and published articles. In this section, you would provide specific information on your selected business covering items A through E. Section 4: Global Finances Description Points Available A. Exchange rates 20 B. Sources of funds 20 C. Stock performance 20 D. Accounting practices (GAAP and IFRS) 20 E. Financial performance 20 APA format; no typing, spelling, or grammatical errors 20 Cover page 20 Table of contents 20 References 20 Appendices 20 Subtotal 200
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Student Name: Abolaji Adebimpe
Summary of Clinical Issue (200-250 words):
The population addressed involve adult patients age 55 years and above as they have become vulnerable to diabetes. It is essential to study some of the factors that should be implemented to increase the pediatric diagnoses of these health care problems. Adults are mostly affected by type 2 diabetes which mostly leads to the resistance of insulin production, which makes the body fail to absorb insulin easily. This particular condition is essential to explore due to the high chances of late detection in high blood sugar levels. Type2 diabetes leads to complications if not detected early from its common symptoms such as frequent urination, increased thirst, headache, and at times, fatigue. When providing actions or measures to avert the condition healthcare professionals should recognize the nurse’s role in promoting preventive healthcare-seeking behavior. While at times, nurses are left behind in the fight against diabetes, their contribution and commitment should be highly appreciated. Though it depends on whether the patient is receiving the treatment as an inpatient or outpatient, nurses have been on the front line to provide self-care to patients. Safe-care, for instance, has been very useful in helping patients to monitor their blood sugar levels, being physically active and through physical activities and healthy eating. In other areas, nurses are revolutionizing the fight against diabetes through leading diabetes self -management education (DSME) that helps patients being able to comply with medical prescriptions.
What is the effect of healthcare interventions such as tele coaching in reducing incidence of type 2 diabetes to individuals aged 55 years and above?
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Geranmayeh, M., Bikdeloo, S., Azizi, F., & Mehran, A. (2019). Effect of relaxation exercise on fasting blood glucose and blood pressure in gestational diabetes. British Journal of Midwifery, 27(9), 572-577.
de Souza Bosco Paiva, C., & Lima, M. H. M. (2019). Introducing a very low carbohydrate diet for a child with type 1 diabetes. British Journal of Nursing, 28(15), 1015-1019.
Felix, H. C., Narcisse, M. R., Long, C. R., English, E., Haggard-Duff, L., Purvis, R. S., & McElfish, P. A. (2019). The Effect of Family Diabetes Self-Management Education on Self-care Behaviors of Marshallese Adults with Type 2 Diabetes. American journal of health behavior, 43(3), 490-497.
|How Does the Article Relate to the PICOT Question?||The article helps to develop the ways of reducing fasting blood glucose in women with gestational diabetes mellitus.||The article helps in showing that progress can be made to protect the children who are suffering from diabetes by introducing low carbohydrate.||The article helps in developing the mechanisms that can be used in the management of diabetes, such as through education.|
|Quantitative, Qualitative (How do you know?)||Quantitative
The study involved the collection of data, conducting an interview, and analysis of data to come up with the final results.
The study involved examining a single child diagnosed with type 1 diabetes trough glucose monitoring and evaluations.
The study initially involved 240 Marshallese adults who were above 18 years participating in a randomized controlled trial which later chose 221 to be involved in the evaluation of the variables.
|Purpose Statement||To access the effect of relaxation on the blood glucose and the blood pressure in the females with gestational diabetes mellitus.||To access the effects of VLCD on diabetes management on a child who has type 1 diabetes.||To access the effect of family diabetes self-management education intervention on changes in self-care behaviors among Marshallese adults with type 2 diabetes.|
|Research Question||What is the effect of relaxation on fasting blood glucose and hypertension in women with gestational diabetes mellitus?||What is the effect of introducing VLCD to a child diagnosed with type 1 diabetes?||What is the effect of DSME interventions in diabetes prevention methods?|
|Outcome||Relaxation exercises reduce fasting blood glucose and systolic blood pressure in women with gestational diabetes mellitus.||VLCD diet had a sustained positive impact on the glycemic control in a 5-year-old child with type 1 diabetes without causing side effects.||DSME can improve some diabetes-related self-care behaviors.|
(Where did the study take place?)
|The study took place in an antenatal clinic in Tehran.||The study was conducted between in August 2018 to February 2019.||The study was conducted on a population of people living in the Marshall Islands.|
|Sample||Sample of 80 participants||A 5-year child||221 participants|
|Method||Quasi-experimental study||The observational way of reading the blood glucose reading on a glucometer.||Random sampling and a standard DSME intervention.|
|Key Findings of the Study||Both systolic blood pressure and fasting blood glucose in the control group were significantly higher.
Diastolic blood pressure in both groups was mot found to be significantly different.
|Immediate glycemic stability is achieved by reducing the carbohydrates and the insulin doses in the body. Keeping blood glucose within a target level is effective in lowering glycemic control preventing complications.||Family DSME participants had increased engagement in glucose monitoring and doctor visits, whereas standards DSME participants had increased participation in glucose monitoring.|
|Recommendations of the Researcher||A comprehensive relaxation exercise program can be devised to reduce the risks of gestational diabetes by reducing stress.||Ideal daily amounts of carbohydrates for a child with diabetes type 1 should be administered to promote diabetes management.||Increasing family DSME will help in monitoring glucose hence improving the overall health of the patients.|