Rasmussen College Hematologic Disorder Concept Map Paper

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Title of Assignment:

Hematologic Disorder Concept Map

Purpose of Assignment:

The purpose of the assignment is to identify and analyze a hematologic disorder and process the possible manifestation of the selected disorder.

Course Competency(s):

  • Compare pathophysiologic alterations that affect the hematologic disorder and cardiovascular systems.

Instructions:

Using the concept map, select a hematologic disorder and complete the fields included on the map.

  • Include the pathophysiology of the hematologic disorder
  • Explain the etiology of the hematologic disorder
  • Describe the clinical manifestations of the hematologic disorder
  • Provide the treatment for the hematologic disorder

Use two evidence-based articles from peer-reviewed journals or scholarly sources to support your findings. Be sure to cite your sources in-text and on a References page using APA format.

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Hematologic concept map Subjective: Lab Tests Objective: Subjective & Objective Data Focused assessment: Assessment Diagnostic Procedures Risk Factors Medical Condition: Safety Medications Considerations Nursing Interventions Interdisciplinary Care Potential Complications/ Collaborative Care Care After Discharge/ Education Planning Client Outcomes Other interventions
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Hematologic concept map

The initial test is complete blood count which
measures various part of the blood and
evaluate the patient’s hemoglobin blood
content.
The test counts the number and proportion of
each type of blood cells in a person’s blood.
If the patient tests anemia positive, the doctor
takes a blood smear test to diagnose the type
of anemia (Lutz, 2016)
A test to determine the shape and size of red
blood cells











Subjective:


Lab
Tests

Fatigue
and
general body
weakness
headache
Shortness of
breath
Occasional
dizziness
Chest pains






Fatigue and general body
weakness
headache
Shortness of breath
Occasional dizziness
Chest pains

Subjective
&
Objective
Data

Objective:

Low red blood cell count, decreased
hemoglobin and hematocrit.

Excessive hemorrhage

Unusual rapid heartbeat

Pale skin and yellow eyes

Stiff arms and legs

syncope

Soreness and crack the mouth.
Focused assessment:

Checking on the tenderness of the
membrane

Testing for he...


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