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 Please use the concept map to plan care for Mr. Jackson. Mr. Jackson is a 38-year-old African American that presents with an altered level of consciousness (ALOC). He has been having headaches for the last three months but due to a hectic work schedule he has not been able to go to see his medical practitioner. During his last visit two years ago, his blood pressure was slightly elevated, but he never followed up. Upon arrival to the ED a CT scan is completed and it shows a large bleed near the frontal lobe. What should Mr. Jackson’s plan of care include?

Rubric: – Organization: well organized and logical format that provides examples that are clearly linked or connected.

-content and mechanics: contains appropriate numbers of concepts. Information is current, applicable and demonstrates superior conceptual understanding. information is presented clearly and flows through the assignment, correct spelling, grammar and citations when appropriate

-Pathophysiology: each concept map must detail pathophysiology for pertinent disease process/processes. This may detail more than one disease if they are related. example:renal failure secondary  to HTN.

-Clinical manifestations: subjective data and objective data

-Nursing diagnosis:two NANDA nursing diagnosis include related to and evidenced by (if indicated)

-Nursing interventions: at least 4 nursing interventions for each nursing diagnosis.

-Goals: one per nursing diagnosis. remember SMART goal: simple, measurable, agreeable, realistic and timed.