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Below is the case study for this week. Analyze the case study and create a holistic care plan for disease prevention, health promotion, and acute care of the patient in the clinical case. Your care plan should be based on current evidence and nursing standards of care.

research for current scholarly evidence (no older than 5 years) to support your nursing actions. In addition, consider visiting government sites such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), and Healthy People 2020. Provide a detailed scientific rationale justifying the inclusion of this evidence in your plan.

Next determine the ICD-10 classification (diagnoses). The International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) is the official system used in the United States to classify and assign codes to health conditions and related information.

Click here to access the codes.

You are expected to develop a comprehensive care plan based on your assessment, diagnosis, and advanced nursing interventions. Reflect on what you have learned about care plans through independent research and peer discussions, and incorporate the knowledge that you have gained into your patient’s care plan.

Format

Your care plan should be formatted as a Microsoft Word document. Follow APA style. Your paper should be 2 pages not including the title page and references and in 12pt font.

Name your document: SU_NSG6001_W1_A3_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.

Submit your document to the W1 Assignment 3 Dropbox by Tuesday, June 27, 2017.

Below is the template for assignment..

Patient Initials ______

Subjective Data: (Information the patient tells you regarding themselves: Biased Information):

Chief Compliant: (In patient’s exact words)

History of Present Illness: (Analysis of current problems in chronologic order using symptom analysis [onset, location, frequency, quality, quantity, aggravating/alleviating factors, associated symptoms and treatments tried]).

PMH/Medical/Surgical History: (Includes medications and why taking, allergies, other major medical problems, immunizations, injuries, hospitalizations, surgeries, psychiatric history, obstetric and history sexual history).

Significant Family History: (Includes family members and specific inheritable diseases).

Social History: (Includes home living situation, marital history, cultural background, health habits, lifestyle/recreation, religious practices, educational background, occupational history, financial security and family history of violence).

Review of Symptoms: (Review each body system – This section you should place POSITIVE for… information in the beginning then state Denies…). General:; Integumentary:; Head:; Eyes: ; ENT:; Cardiovascular:; Respiratory: ; Gastrointestinal:; Genitourinary:; Musculoskeletal:; Neurological:; Endocrine:; Hematologic:; Psychologic: .

Objective Data:

Vital Signs: BP – ; P ; R ; T ; Wt. ; Ht. ; BMI .

Physical Assessment Findings: (Includes full head to toe review)

HEENT:

Lymph Nodes:

Carotids:

Lungs:

Heart:

Abdomen:

Genital/Pelvic:

Rectum:

Extremities/Pulses:

Neurologic:

Laboratory and Diagnostic Test Results: (Include result and interpretation.)

Assessment: (Include at least 3 priority diagnosis with ICD-10 codes. Please place in order of priority.)

Plan of Care: (Addressing each dx with diagnostic and therapeutic management as well as education and counseling provided).

References

Week 1: Cardiovascular Clinical Case

Patient Setting:

52 year old Irish American Male that was hospitalized 2 weeks ago for a stent placement. Presenting to your clinic today for follow up as he has not felt well. He sates he has been lightheaded and felt palpitations of his heart. He has also had shortness of breath the last 2 days.

HPI

Walks 2 miles daily and rides an exercise bicycle 3 times a week; has previously felt the palpitations associated with exercise that usually went away with rest; 2 days ago while washing dishes he began to feel shortness of breath and felt that his heart was “racing”; He hoped the palpitations would go away but they have continued and that is why he is here today.

PMH

History of hypertension for 10 years, hyperlipidemia for 5 year, status post stent placement 2 weeks ago, and rheumatic heart disease (mitral valve) as a child. He reports adhering to a low cholesterol low fat diet for the last 2 years.

Past Surgical History

Stent placement 2 weeks ago.

Family/Social History

Family: Noncontributary

Social: Smoked 15 pack/year X 20 years. Quit 5 years ago.

Medication History

Lisinopril 20 mg PO QD

Furosemide 20 mg PO QD

Gemfibrozil 600 mg PO BID

Allergies

NKDA

ROS

Otherwise negative.

Physical exam

BP 160/90 (clinic visit 2 months ago 155/85) HR 146, RR 22, T 98.6 F, Wt 254, Ht 5’ 7”

Gen: Well developed male in moderate distress. HEENT: PERRLA, (-) JVDm mild AV nicking. Cardio: Rate irregularly irregular, no murmurs or gallops. Chest: Clear to auscultation. Abd: soft, non-tender, active bowel sounds. GU: Deferred. Rectal: Normal. EXT: No edema, normal pulses throughout. NEURO: A&O X3.

Laboratory and Diagnostic Testing

Na – 136

K – 4.5

Cl – 97

BUN – 20

Cr – 1.2

Total Chol – 240

Trig – 180

INR – 1.1

Chest Xray – Clear

ECG – Atrial Fibrillation, no P waves, variable R-R interval normal QRS

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