Mr. Mathewson is a 68-year-old white, male who has been seen in the Emergency Department (ED) with an exacerbation of his chronic illnesses that

Mr. Mathewson is a 68-year-old white, male who has been seen in the Emergency Department (ED) with an exacerbation of his chronic illnesses that include a history of hypertension, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, COPD/heart failure. As part of the assessment, the nurse in the ED was able to determine that Mr. Mathewson has not been taking his medications as prescribed and has made lifestyle choices such as a poor diet and lack of physical activity. Due to the symptoms exhibited in the ED, he is admitted to the hospital. Following stabilization, he will be discharged on the following medications from the drug classifications that are listed below. ·      Lisinopril and Hydrochlorothiazide (Ace inhibitor) (10mg/12.5mg po daily) ·       Carvedilol (Coreg) (Beta blocker) (25mg po daily) ·      Digoxin (250mcg po daily) ·      Albuterol Inhaler (2 puffs q 4h as needed) ·      Prednisone (60mg po daily)  Develop a teaching plan for this patient based upon his history, the information provided and then gained from the assessment and the medication list. Don’t make this complicated but think