Rasmussen College Prescribing Drugs Correctly Case Scenario Paper

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Complete Part 1 of the Critical Thinking Scenario Project.

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Introduction to Critical Thinking case study: Healthcare Students Part 1 Review the scenario below. Throughout the quarter, you will be referring to this scenario, coming up with an appropriate solution, and reflecting on your thinking process. You are reviewing a pediatric patient’s chart. You notice under the treatment plan that the child’s physician ordered 100g of a certain medication to be administered daily. The nurses’ notes show that 100mg of this medication has been administered each morning for the past 3 days. Please complete the following in 1-3 pages. 1. 2. 3. 4. Define the problem, using your own words. What are possible long-term complications or outcomes to this scenario? Compare and contrast possible solutions to this issue. Select one of the solutions you listed above as your final solution. Defend your selection. Part 2 Think back to the solution you selected in Part 1 of this scenario. Do you still think it is the best solution? This is your opportunity to make changes if needed. You may revise your final solution before answering the questions below. Please complete the following in 1-3 pages. 5. Identify any weaknesses of your final solution. 6. Identify ways to strengthen any weaknesses you noted in your final solution Module 10 Think back to Module 05 when you identified the strengths and weaknesses to your solution. Now, as you have been progressing through the course, apply the concepts you have learned to your problem solving process. Please complete the following in 2-4 pages. 7. Reflect on your thought process throughout this assignment. What have you learned and what could you do differently next time you are confronted with a similar dilemma? 8. What questions do you need to ask yourself to determine your first step in solving this problem? (You may want to refer to the seven steps of evaluating reasoning.) ...
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Critical Thinking
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Introduction to Critical Thinking case study: Healthcare Students
Part 1
Prescription drugs are primarily meant to treat disease and illnesses when the right amount of
dose is given at the right time and to the right person. However, it would be possible to
administer a wrong dose medication when there is a lack of knowledge or appropriate procedure
in pharmacies has not been followed accordingly of the prescriptions given by the doctor.
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