Instructions for Answer to 4 Question
1- After Each DQ (question), write down references
2- 300 minimum words for every DQ, you can go up to 800 words but answer should be complete.
3- 2-3 Peer Reviewed/ scholarly references for each question
4- References should be within 4 years
5- I am in acute care nurse practitioner program.
6- The response to the DQ is expected to be a minimum of 300 words. A minimum of two peer reviewed/ scholarly resources are expected. These need to be appropriate for a clinical professional to guide decisions about patient care. If a textbook is used for one of these responses, the other needs to be journal or professional-level website. The references need to be correctly formatted, as do the citations for those references. “ Question words” don’t count towards 300 minimum count”
You are an AGACNP practicing as a hospitalist in a tertiary care center. You are tasked with admitting a patient with a chief complaint of an acute gastrointestinal disease state.
Peritonitis typical presentation, etiology, common differential diagnosis, typical diagnostic work-up, treatment plan, preventative measures, appropriate referrals, screening tools/diagnostic specific scales tools (if any), and additional information that would be important to the geriatric population. Highlight differences in presentation of adult versus geriatric patients with this diagnosis.
Summarize and discuss Glasgow Alcohol Hepatitis Score
You are an AGACNP practicing as a critical care inpatient provider in a tertiary care center. You are tasked with admitting a patient with a chief complaint of an acute cardiovascular disease state.
Viral and Bacterial Endocarditis Summarize pathology, etiology, modifiable and nonmodifiable risk factors, pertinent signs and symptoms, diagnostics, and treatment regimen to include both pharmacological and nonpharmacological approaches.
CHADS-Vasc 2 Score for Atrial Fibrillation summarize and discuss. These topics explore clinical standards, disease-specific assessments, and risk assessment tools, as well as evidence-based practice for cardiovascular pathology topics for this section.