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I need 3 concep Map

week 3 1rst ( june 24 is due day )

week 5 2nd ( july 8 is the due day)

week 7 3rd (July 22 is the due day )

all those days are Monday because is the day of the class is you can sen it to me before Monday will be perfect.

Im working in a cardiac floor this term if you one you can chose one of them related to cardiac .

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Course: NURS 481L CONCEPT MAP RUBRIC NAME: COURSE: PATIENT INITIALS: Criteria 1.Pathopysiolog y for admitting diagnosis, S/S, Diagnostic test and proposed treatment 2. History of other health problems, hospitalizations and surgeries PATIENT DISEASE/DISORDER:   3. Family, Culture and Ethnic background  4.Discharg e Planning  Page 1 of 3 DATE: Exceeds Expectations Pathophysiology is explained in complete detail with accurate and in-depth understanding of chief complaint and presenting signs/symptoms supported by diagnostic test and proposed treatment plan; APA Complete references.details given of other health problems with full understanding in relation to present health problem explanation and provides detailed history of previous hospitalizations and surgeries. Complete information provided about patient family, provides cultural point of view in illness and wellness and connects Ethnicity to health problems, APA references. Complete information provided about discharge planning.     Meets Expectations Pathophysiology is explained in some detail with some understanding of chief complaint and presenting signs/symptoms somewhat supported by diagnostic test and understanding to Some details given of proposed treatment other health problems plan; with references. with partial explanation in relation to present health problem with some history provided for patient’s previous hospitalization and surgeries. Some information provided about patient family and cultural point of view in illness and wellness, somewhat connects Ethnicity to health problems, with Some information references. provided about discharge planning. Approaches Expectations Pathophysiology is explained vaguely with marginal understanding of chief complaint and presenting signs/symptoms vaguely supported by diagnostic tests and vague understanding  Vague detailstreatment given of to proposed other health problems plan; no references with cited.minimal explanation in relation to present health problem and previous hospitalization and any surgeries.    Does Not Meet Expectations  Pathophysiology details limited with poor understanding of chief complaint and presenting signs/symptoms does not support medical diagnosis, not supported by diagnostic test and with no proposed treatment plan, no  No details given references cited.of other health problems, without explanation in relation to present health problem with no history provided for previous hospitalization and surgeries. Vague information  No information provided provided about patient about patient family and family and cultural point of cultural point of view in view in illness and illness and wellness, wellness, vaguely connects establishes no connect to Ethnicity to health Ethnicity and the health problems, no references problems, no APA Vague  references. No information provided cited. about the information on discharge on discharge planning. planning. Course: NURS 481L CONCEPT MAP RUBRIC Criteria 5.Identify complications occurred with present medical diagnosis using priority assessments specific to patient’s status CRITERIA 6. Use clinical & psychosocial assessment data to validate selection of nursing diagnoses CRITERIA 7. Priority NANDA Nursing Diagnosis 1 at risk and 2 actual 8. Planning/Goals & Evaluation Page 2 of 3 Exceeds Expectations Meets Expectations Approaches Expectations Does Not Meet Expectations  Complete information  Some information  No information provided  Vague information provided with present provided with present with present medical provided with present medical diagnoses using medical diagnoses using diagnosis using priority medical diagnosis using priority assessment priority assessment assessment specific to priority assessment specific to patient’s status. specific to patient’s status. patient’s status. specific to patient’s status. Example stroke patient with priority assessment can identify paralysis as a complication or inability to swallow. 5 3 2 1-0  Completely able to provide  Somewhat able to provide  Vague in providing  Not able to provide rationale for chosen rationale for chosen rationale for chosen rationale for chosen nursing diagnosis using nursing diagnosis using nursing diagnosis using nursing diagnosis using clinical and psychosocial clinical and psychosocial clinical and psychosocial clinical and psychosocial assessment data. assessment data. assessment data. assessment data. 10  TWO (2) actual nursing diagnoses written correctly per NANDA format with proper R/T and Evidence for actual Nursing diagnosis and R/T for at risk Nursing  diagnosis. Goal is measureable, realistic, related to the problem;  Data supports if goal is met, not met with appropriate revisions. 8  Written correctly without sufficient data to support diagnosis. 5  Written incorrectly with sufficient data to support diagnosis. 3-0  Written incorrectly without sufficient data to support diagnosis.  Goal is not measureable,  Goal is not measureable,  Goal is not measureable, realistic, related to the not realistic, related to the not realistic, not related to problem; problem; the problem;  Data somewhat supports if  Data vaguely supports if  Data does not support if goal is met, not met with goal is met, not met with goal is met, not met with appropriate revisions. inappropriate revisions. inappropriate revisions. Course: NURS 481L CONCEPT MAP RUBRIC Criteria 9. Medications Exceeds Expectations Meets Expectations Approaches Expectations Does Not Meet Expectations  Lists some MAR  Lists all MAR medications  Lists all MAR medications  Lists most of the MAR but does not include medications with relevant medications but does not with relevant side effects relevant side effects and side effects and nursing include relevant side and nursing considerations nursing considerations considerations specific to effects and nursing specific to patient and specific to patient and why patient and why patient is considerations specific to reasons why patient is patient is receiving drug. receiving drug. patient. receiving drug. CRITERIA 10. General Organization 5  Accurate APA format,  Appropriate citations & references,  No spelling or grammar errors. 4  1-2 APA format errors,  Some citations, references are appropriate,  Minimal spelling or grammar errors. 3  Many APA format errors,  Inappropriate citations or references,  Many spelling or grammar errors. COMMENTS: FACULTY SIGNATURE: Page 3 of 3 DATE: 1-0  No APA formatting,  No citations or references,  Many spelling or grammar errors. Concept Map Student Name: Instructor: Erickson’s Developmental Stage Related to pt. & Cite References (1) Patient Education (In Pt.) & Discharge Planning (home needs) History of Present Illness (HPI), Pathophysiology of Admitting Dx (Cite References) Medical, Surgical, Social History (1). Medical History Cultural considerations, ethnicity, occupation, religion, family support, insurance. (1) (14) Socioeconomic/Cultural/Spiritual Orientation & Psychosocial Considerations/Concerns, to include the following Social Determinants of Health ❋Economic Stability ❋ Education ❋Social and Community Context ❋ Health and Health Care ❋ Neighborhood and Built Environment Diagnostic Test/ Lab Results with dates and Normal Ranges (3) Test Norms Date Current Value Patient Information Chief Complaint (1) Name: Age: Gender: Code Status: DPOA: Living Will: Admitting Diagnosis Medical Management/ Orders/ Medications & Allergies (2) Name Dose RT Freq. MOA RN Considerations Onset/Peak /Duration (Insulin) Surgical History Social History Priority nursing diagnosis #1 Vital Signs (4) Neurological (5) Cardiovascular (6) Respiratory (7) Nutrition/Hydration (8) GI (9) GU (10) Rest/ Exercise (11) Outcome/Goal #1 Outcome/Goal #2 Integumentary (12) Endocrine (13) Psychosocial (14) Misc. (Ht/Wt) Interventions # 2 Interventions #1 Assessment/ Evaluation #2 Assessment/ Evaluation #1 PC Outcomes/Goal Potential Complications/ at risk for Priority nursing diagnosis #2 PC Interventions PC Evaluation Plan ...
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I am attaching to this message the first concept map which is done and which is in regard to an elder patient suffer from Inferior Stemi ( inferior ST-elevated myocardial infarction).I am going to mark this question as completed meanwhile I work on the other concept maps. Far as I know you don't need them until next week. Will keep you posted once they are done.

Concept Map
Student Name:
Instructor:
Patient Education (In Pt.) & Discharge Planning (home needs)

-The patient should be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of a
heart attack
-The patient needs to follow a diet consists of low fat and sodium in
order to reduce the risk of recurrence.
-The patient should try to engage in physical activity as much as
possible.
-The patient needs to be taught to monitor her blood pressure and heart
rate at home and take measures in case of any of them are modified.
-The patient needs to be aware of the signs of hypotension while of
hypertension medications
-The patient needs to avoid stressful situations as much as possible.
-The patient needs to be instructed about following her treatment as
indicated by the physician. (Anderson,Brown,Clark,Dalal,2017)

Erickson’s Developmental Stage Related to pt. & Cite
References (1)
At the age of 64 years, the patient is located in the 8th group
based on Erikson's developmental scale. The main conflict
during this phase is represented by generativity versus
stagnation while the basic virtue is care.During this stage,
people tend to have the desire of nurturing different things
which will eventually outlast them. The patient is frequently
taking care of her grandchildren and seems happy with her
current condition. Based on her statements we can conclude
that she is doing great during this period of her
life.(McLeod,2018)

Cultural considerations, ethnicity, occupation, religion,
family support, insurance. (1) (14)
Socioeconomic/Cultural/Spiritual Orientation &
Psychosocial Considerations/Concerns, to include
the following Social Determinants of Health
The patient is a 64-year-old woman, a widow with two children
(both of them married, but living in the same neighborhood as the
patient). Both her children visit her frequently and make sure she
has all she needs. She has an active social life and tends to get
many visits every day. She also is an insured patient living in the
urban area. Prior to retirement, she worked as a school professor,
teaching ...

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Thanks as always for the good work!

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Excellent job

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