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Attached are 2 case studies that i need answers for. Please no plagiarism. Please read the following attached case studies and give accurate answers to them. Number each question as they are being asked and chronologically.

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Individual Performance Profile Targeted Medical-Surgical 2016: Gastrointestinal Individual Name: EMMACULATE E ADECK Individual Score: 100.0% Student Number: 2410058 Practice Time: 44 min Institution: Bowie State U Program Type: BSN Test Date: 2/12/2020 # of Questions: 30 Individual Performance in the Major Content Areas # Individual Items Score Health Promotion and Maintenance 1 100.0% Basic Care and Comfort 5 100.0% Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies 4 100.0% Reduction of Risk Potential 6 100.0% 14 100.0% Sub-Scale Physiological Adaptation Individual Score (% Correct) Topics To Review Outcomes Please see page 5 for an explanation of the Scores and Topics to Review sections Report Created on: 2/12/2020 10:46 PM EST Page 1 of 5 REP_COMP_3_0_IndividualNonProctored_3_0_V3 Nursing Process No of Items Individual Score Description RN Assessment 6 100.0% The assessment step of the nursing process involves application of nursing knowledge to the collection, organization, validation and documentation of data about a client¶s health status. The nurse focuses on the client¶s response to a specific health problem including the client¶s health beliefs and practices. The nurse thinks critically to perform a comprehensive assessment of subjective and objective information. Nurses must have excellent communication and assessment skills in order to plan client care. RN Analysis/Diagnosis 6 100.0% The analysis step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to analyze assessment data to identify health problems/risks and a client¶s needs for health intervention. The nurse identifies patterns or trends, compares the data with expected standards or reference ranges and draws conclusions to direct nursing care. The nurse then frames nursing diagnoses in order to direct client care. RN Planning 3 100.0% The planning step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to make decisions and problem solve. The nurse uses a client¶s assessment data and nursing diagnoses to develop measureable client goals/outcomes and identify nursing interventions. The nurse uses evidenced based practice to set client goals, establish priorities of care, and identify nursing interventions to assist the client to achieve his goals. RN Implementation/Therapeutic Nursing Intervention 8 100.0% The implementation step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to apply nursing knowledge to implement interventions to assist a client to promote, maintain, or restore his health. The nurse uses problem-solving skills, clinical judgment, and critical thinking when using interpersonal and technical skills to provide client care. During this step the nurse will also delegate and supervise care and document the care and the client¶s response. RN Evaluation 7 100.0% The evaluation step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to evaluate a client¶s response to nursing interventions and to reach a nursing judgment regarding the extent to which the client has met the goals and outcomes. During this step the nurse will also assess client/staff understanding of instruction, the effectiveness of interventions, and identify the need for further intervention or the need to alter the plan. Priority Setting No of Items 2 Thinking Skills No of Items Individual Score 100.0% Individual Score Description Ability to demonstrate nursing judgment in making decisions about priority responses to a client problem. Also includes establishing priorities regarding the sequence of care to be provided to multiple clients. Description Foundational Thinking in Nursing 8 100.0% Ability to recall and comprehend information and concepts foundational to quality nursing practice. Clinical Judgment/Critical Thinking in Nursing 22 100.0% Ability to use critical thinking skills (interpretation, analysis, evaluation, inference, and explanation) to make a clinical judgment regarding a posed clinical problem. Includes cognitive abilities of application and analysis. Please see page 5 for an explanation of the Scores and Topics to Review sections Report Created on: 2/12/2020 10:46 PM EST Page 2 of 5 REP_COMP_3_0_IndividualNonProctored_3_0_V3 1&/(;Š No of Items Individual Score Description RN Health Promotion and Maintenance 1 100.0% The nurse directs nursing care to promote prevention and detection of illness and support optimal health. RN Basic Care and Comfort 5 100.0% The nurse provides nursing care to promote comfort and assist client to perform activities of daily living. RN Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies 4 100.0% The nurse administers, monitors and evaluates pharmacological and parenteral therapy. RN Reduction of Risk Potential 6 100.0% The nurse directs nursing care to decrease clients¶risk of developing complications from existing health disorders, treatments or procedures. RN Physiological Adaptation 14 100.0% The nurse manages and provides nursing care for clients with an acute, chronic or life threatening illness. QSEN No of Items Safety 2 100.0% The minimization of risk factors that could cause injury or harm while promoting quality care and maintaining a secure environment for clients, self, and others. Patient-Centered Care 9 100.0% The provision of caring and compassionate, culturally sensitive care that is based on a patient¶s physiological, psychological, sociological, spiritual, and cultural needs, preferences, and values. Evidence Based Practice 18 100.0% The use of current knowledge from research and other credible sources to make clinical judgments and provide client-centered care. Teamwork and Collaboration 1 100.0% The delivery of client care in partnership with multidisciplinary members of the health care team, to achieve continuity of care and positive client outcomes. NLN Competency No of Items Individual Score Individual Score Description Description Human Flourishing 10 100.0% Human flourishing is reflected in patient care that demonstrates respect for diversity, approaches patients in a holistic and patientcentered manner, and uses advocacy to enhance their health and well-being. Nursing Judgment 11 100.0% Nursing judgment involves the use of critical thinking and decision making skills when making clinical judgments that promote safe, quality patient care. Spirit of Inquiry 9 100.0% A spirit of inquiry is exhibited by nurses who provide evidence based clinical nursing practice and use evidence to promote change and excellence. BSN Essentials No of Items Individual Score Description Basic Organization and Systems Leadership for Quality Care and Patient Safety 3 100.0% The need for nurses to be able to understand power relationships and use decision-making and leadership skills to promote safe practice and quality improvement within health care systems. Scholarship for Evidence-Based Practice 15 100.0% The need for nurses to be able to understand the research process and base practice and clinical judgments upon fact-based evidence to enhance patient outcomes. Clinical Prevention and Population Health 12 100.0% The need for nurses to be able to identify health related risk factors and facilitate behaviors that support health promotion, and disease and injury prevention, while providing population-focused care that is based on principles of epidemiology and promotes social justice. Please see page 5 for an explanation of the Scores and Topics to Review sections Report Created on: 2/12/2020 10:46 PM EST Page 3 of 5 REP_COMP_3_0_IndividualNonProctored_3_0_V3 Please see page 5 for an explanation of the Scores and Topics to Review sections Report Created on: 2/12/2020 10:46 PM EST Page 4 of 5 REP_COMP_3_0_IndividualNonProctored_3_0_V3 Score Explanation and Interpretation Individual Performance Profile INDIVIDUAL SCORE TOPICS TO REVIEW The individual score is the number of questions answered correctly divided by the number of questions on the assessment. It is on a scale of 0% to 100%. Based on the questions missed on this assessment, a listing of content areas and topics to review is provided. A variety of learning resources may be used in the review process, including content, images, animations, and videos in ATI’s Content Mastery Series® Review Modules, online practice assessments, and a focused review that is individualized to the questions missed.  www.atitesting.com Exp_Ind_Non_Proctored © Assessment Technologies Institute®, Inc. ...
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