The following post has two assignments namely;
“going public” to raise funds to expand in USA. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Jagdambay Exports has approached the investment banking firm at which you work seeking help with its decision.
Your boss asked you to explain the nature of the U.S. financial markets and the process of issuing equity to the CFO of Jagdambay Exports. To help with this task, your boss has asked you to explain
some things regarding the U.S. financial system to CFO of Jagdambay Exports: 1. Explain the components of a financial market and its relevance to Jagdambay Exports. Be explicit and explain to the
CFO how financial markets differ from markets for physical assets and why that difference matters to Jagdambay Exports. 1. Explain the relevance of money markets and capital markets for Jagdambay
Exports. 1/3 1. Analyze Jagdambay exports and advise how the CFO should consider the primary market and secondary market in the expected transaction. Base your advice, in part, upon the fact that
the CFO informed of two things: 1. Jagdambay exports decided to issue additional common stock, and: 2. An investor purchased 1,000 shares of this common stock from the underwriter (Merrill Lynch).
1. Advise the CFO on three primary ways in which capital may be transferred between savers and borrowers in Jagdambay Exports. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of each within the
organization. 1. Advise the CFO on securities trading on physical exchanges or over-the-counter market. Base your analysis upon what you know about Jagdambay Exports and discuss why you advise one
method over the other. 1. Summarize the U.S. financial system advice to the CFO and provide a timeline of expected outcomes based on your advice. (This should be no more than a paragraph or two).
1. Finally, write 2 -3 sentences about what you learned regarding the U.S. financial system based upon this assignment.
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2.Assessment of Cardiac
Assessment of Cardiac Status
Esther Jackson is a 56-year-old black female who is 1-day post-op following a left radical mastectomy. During morning rounds, the off-going nurse shares with you during bedside report that the
patient has been experiencing increased discomfort in her back throughout the night and has required frequent help with repositioning. She states that the patient was medicated for pain
approximately 2 hours ago but is voicing little relief and states that you might want to mention that to the doctor when he rounds later this morning. With the patient appearing to be in no visible
distress, you proceed on to the next patients room for report.
Approximately 1 hour later, you return to Ms. Jackson’s room with her morning pills and find her slumped over the bedside stand in tears. The patient states, “I don’t know what is wrong, I don’t
feel right. My back hurts and I’m just so tired. What is wrong with me?” The patient refuses to take her medications at this time stating that she is starting to feel sick to her stomach.
Just then the nursing assistant comes into the patients room to record Ms. Jackson’s vital signs, you take this opportunity to quickly research the patients medication record to determine if she
has a medication ordered for nausea. Upon return, the nursing assistant hands you the following vital signs: T 37, R 18, and BP 132/54, but states she couldn’t get the patient’s pulse because it is
all over the place.”
address the following questions related to the scenario.
What do you suspect is the cause of the patients symptoms? Describe the course of action that you will take to confirm this suspicion and prevent further decline. What further assessments, lab
values, and tests will likely be ordered for this patient and how often? If testing is to be completed more than once, please explain the rationale for doing so. While you are caring for this
patient, how will you ensure that the needs of your other patients are being met?