Ethics | NURS 6512 – Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnostic Reasoning | Walden University
Given the nature of her condition it would also be pertinent to perform some laboratory testing in order to gain more insight into what could possibly causing her symptoms. In addition it’s important that diagnostic imaging tests such Angiogram, CT scan or X-ray should be conducted so further visual observations can made in relation possible source of discomfort . Finally additional assessments like EKG electrocardiogram Holter monitor cardiac enzyme stress test may need done depending extent complexity case observe development over time gather data correlate findings complete picture situation being looked at.
Once all relevant information has been collected using evidence based practices and clinical guidelines then a differential diagnosis can set forth with appropriate action plan devised best course treatment – This where ethical considerations come play considering medical interventions available no two patients always respond same manner risks benefits must weighed out determine right path forward individual see how decisions weighing those options ultimately shape outcome impacting life quality standards living acuity leaving nurse take responsibility working closely team members ensure most effective results achieved while protecting rights each unique party involved.
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