Case: Mr. Jones is a 72 year old Caucasian male. Mr. Jones is currently at the primary care clinic stating that he has had trouble sleeping for the past several months. Mr. Jones states that he is waking up 4-6 times a night with the need to go to the bathroom. During the day, Mr. Jones worries that he will not make it to a bathroom to urinate on time. He feels like he always has to urinate, yet is unable to do so. Vital Signs: ALL within the normal ranges: Temp: 98.6 degrees F Heart Rate: 72 Respiration Rate: 16 Oxygen Saturation 100% Blood Pressure 127/64 What are 4 other questions you would like to ask Mr. Jones about his complaints? 1 What is your initial thought as to what is wrong with Mr. Jones? Name three potential problems. 1. UTI 2. 3. Additional Information: The physical exam findings by the doctor indicate that Mr. Jones has Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH)- an enlarged prostate. What are 4 signs/symptoms of BPH? Why do you see urinary problems, when it is a prostate problem? How would you (as the murse) explain to Mr. Jones what an enlarged prostate is? What types of food and drinks should Me.Jones avoid and why? What are two treatment plans for Mr. Jones? 2.