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Critical Care Pape
Instructions: All Students in NURS 401 will be required to submit a critical care paper.
Critical Care Nursing involves the complex care provided to severely ill and injured
patients. This happens over minutes to hours to days to months. These efforts are made to
keep the patient alive and restore them to the way they were before their illness or injury.
When picking your topics there must be a link between the illness or injury that can cause a
critical circumstance for the patient. All topics must first be approved by the instructor.
Deadline Submission 3/25/2022 11:59p.m.
Excellent Competent Needs Work
Title Page
5%
5 points
All components of
APA title page
are present
2.5 points
1-3 components of APA
title page are missing
0 points
no title page
included
Introduction
• Identify topic
• Explain why
this topic is
important to
you
• Identify
sections of the
paper
15%
15 points
all components of
APA title page
are present
10 points
1-3 component is
missing/lack of details
5 points
3 or more
components is
missing
Pathophysiology
15%
15 points
Patho is clearly
identified on
giving topic or
disease
10 points
section is not clearly
defined/or missing and
lacking detail.
5 points
for lack of details/
missing 2 or more
components
Detail description of
how the illness or
disease will cause a
critical care problem
15%
15 points
Clearly identified
how disease or
illness could
present a critical
care problem
10 points
Section is not clearly
defined/ or missing and
lacking details
5 points
Missing several
components
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Medical diagnostic
• Test that
would be
needed to
diagnose and
treat
• Treatment
options
15%
15 points
Clearly identified
test to treat and
diagnose and
treatment options
10 points
Lacking some details on
available test to
diagnose, treat, and
treatment options
5 points
Not clearly defined
on available test to
diagnose, treat and
treatment options.
Nursing Diagnosis
• Provide 5
nursing
diagnosis in
NANDA format
Nursing intervention
• Provide 2
interventions
per nursing
diagnosis
15%
15 points
Student provides 5
nursing diagnosis
in NANDA format
with 2
interventions per
diagnosis
10 points
Student provides 3
nursing diagnosis in
NANDA format with 2
interventions per
diagnosis
5 points
Students provides 1-
2 nursing diagnosis
in NANDA format
with 2 interventions
per diagnosis
Conclusion
10%
10 points
Conclusion clearly
identified on
giving topic or
disease
5 points
Conclusion lacking
details missing some
components
2.5 points
Conclusion not
clearly identified
missing several
components
APA, Grammar,
Spelling
10%
10 points
No APA, Grammar
or spelling e
or
5 points
3-5 APA, grammar or
spelling e
ors
2.5 points
Greater than 5 APA,
grammar or
spelling e
ors
Answered 1 days AfterMar 02, 2022

Solution

Bidusha answered on Mar 03 2022
32 Votes
Kidney Failure        4
KIDNEY FAILURE
Table of Contents
Introduction    3
Pathophysiology    3
Problem Caused by the Disease    3
Medical diagnostic    4
• Test that would be needed to diagnose and treat    4
• Treatment options    4
Immediate Dialysis Indications    5
Chronic Renal Failure    5
Nursing Diagnosis and intervention    6
Conclusion    7
References    8
Introduction
A disorder wherein the kidneys stop working and cannot dispose of waste and overabundance water from the circulatory system, as well as keep up with the equili
ium of substantial synthetics. Chronic kidney failure can advance to end-stage renal illness, which is portrayed by complete and long-haul kidney failure (ESRD). Dialysis (the methodology of purifying blood by going it through a film or channel) or a kidney relocate are expected for those with ESRD. Renal failure is one more name for it.
Pathophysiology
Failure of the kidneys Pathophysiology describes a progression of cycles that happen during an acute affront on account of acute renal failure, as well as after some time on account of chronic kidney infection. It's separated into three areas:
· Decreased renal blood stream (prerenal azotemia)
· Inborn renal parenchymal ailments (renal azotemia)
· Urine surge impediment (postrenal azotemia).
Detail portrayal of how the sickness or illness will cause a basic consideration issue (Neuen et al., 2019).
Problem Caused by the Disease
    Kidney disease, even at early stages, increases the risk for critical illness due to alterations in acid-base homeostasis, electrolyte imbalances, volume dysregulation, immunosuppression, and anemia.
Medical diagnostic
• Test that would be needed to diagnose and treat
A blood test is the most widely recognized test for renal infection. The test recognizes the measures of creatinine, a side-effect, in the blood of the patient. A urine test is additionally used to inspect for blood or protein in the patient’s urine, as well as the measures of egg whites and creatinine in the patient’s urine (known as the egg whites: creatinine proportion, or ACR). An ultrasound, MRI, or CT check is utilized to look at the kidneys and decide if any blockages exist. A kidney biopsy will be performed, which includes eliminating a minuscule example of kidney tissue with a needle and looking at the...
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