Rubric: – Organization: well organized and logical format that provides examplies that are clearly linked or connected.
-content and mechanics: contains appropriate numbers of concepts. Information is current, applicable and demostrates superior conceptual understanding. information is presented clearly and flows through the assignment, currect spelling, grammar and citations when appropriate
– Your patient is a 52-year-old male with a history of smoking and alcohol abuse. He presents to the ED with complaints of “my skin looks yellow, my stomach hurts, and I feel nauseous”. He is taken to CT and a tumor near the pancreas is observed. It appears to be blocking the common bile duct. Develop a plan of care for the patient. Use the attached concept map.
Pathophysiology: each concept map must detail pathophysiology for pertinent disease process/processess. This may detail more than one disease if they are related. example:renal failure secondary to HTN.
-Clinical manifestations: subjective data and objective data
-Nursing diagnosis:two NADA nursing diagnosis include related to and evidenced by (if indicated)
-Nursing interventions: atleast 4 nursing interventions for each nursing diagnosis.
-Goals: one per nursing diagnosis. remember SMART goal: simple, measurable, agreeable, reallistic and timed.