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.
Florida State Strategy
Subject: – Nursing
Select a state health policy reform innovation and describe the rationale, how it was adopted (e.g., federal waivers, passage by state legislature), the funding structure, and (to the extent statistical data are available) its impact. summarize the findings in a 1-2 page, single-spaced memo
Examples of state innovations include Maryland’s hospital rate setting, Vermont’s single payer system, Massachusetts’ health reforms, Florida’s Medicaid program, and Kentucky’s Medicaid healthcare program
Assess your own barriers to cultural competence.
Have you overcome these? If not, how do you plan to overcome them?
If you do not have barriers, why do you think you do not have them?
*TEXTBOOK Population and Community Health Nursing (6th Edition) 6th Edition by Mary Jo Clark Ph.D. RN (Author)