medication case: patient IntroductionLocation: Emergency Department…

Question Answered step-by-step medication case: patient IntroductionLocation: Emergency Department… medication case:patient IntroductionLocation: Emergency DepartmentSituation:This is Skyler Hansen. He is an 18-year-old male, just arrived in the Emergency Department accompanied by his friend, who said he started acting “weird” while they were playing basketball. Skyler told him he was light-headed and was going to lie down on the cement court. His friend became nervous and decided to bring him to the hospital.Background:Skyler lives at home with his parents and siblings. He was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 6 months ago.Assessment:The patient has not eaten anything for at least 5 hours. He is diaphoretic and drowsy; wakes with stimulus, acting irrationally; and has slurred speech.Recommendation:An initial assessment and vital signs are needed. He has not been seen by the provider.Create a concept map/ care plan  for this patient.  NURSING DIAGNOSES/ GOALS/ INTERVENTIONS: Nursing Process – Nursing Diagnosis:Identify 3 nursing diagnoses. Must use NANDA approved nursing diagnosis and prioritize them.  (Nursing Diagnosis #1) highest priority: Supporting data:  Provide data from your assessment (Subjective/ objective) and any relevant labs or diagnostic images that specifically support your nursing diagnosis.  Goal (S.M.A.R.T.):S.M.A.R.T= Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timed Nursing Interventions to achieve goal:MUST BE EVIDENCE BASED- cite your sources 1. 2. 3. 4. Nursing process: Evaluation #1: Describe how your patient met/did not meet goal- what would you want the outcome to be? Hypothetically? What could be improved? Nursing diagnosis 2 and 3 in thesame format as 1. Health Science Science Nursing Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)