Shock is a clinical syndrome that is a result of inadequate tissue perfusion that creates imbalance between the delivery of and requirements for oxygen that support cell health. Signs and symptoms of excess fluid volume or inadequate tissue perfusion characterize heart failure.
Address the Following:
- Describe the differences in the nursing management for patient diagnosed with hypovolemic shock, cardiogenic shock, and heart failure.
- Because heart failure can be a chronic condition, identify a priority teaching intervention for the patient with a new diagnosis of heart failure.
Base your initial post on your readings and research of this topic. Your initial post must contain a minimum of 250 words. References, citations, and repeating the question do not count towards the 250 word minimum.
1.Discuss one of the four basic rules for understanding results in a research study.
2.Compare clinical significance and statistical significance. Which one is more meaningful when considering applying evidence to your practice?
3.Compare descriptive statistics and inferential statistics in research. Please give an example of each type that could be collected in a study that would be done on your nursing clinical issue you identified in previous weeks.
Review the Lesson on Roles
Choose 3 of the roles and discuss the following in an APA formatted word document:
Discuss the attributes that might be required for 3 of the roles.
Why do you believe the attributes you chose are necessary?
The lesson has broad roles in nursing. Think of a real person that you have encountered in one of those roles. Did they fit your attributes? If yes how;
if no why.
How have the changes in education for nurses influenced the roles of nurses?
Black, B. (2014). Professional nursing concepts and challenges (7th ed.). St .Louis, Missouri: