Essay on Acute Glomerulonephritis Disclosed

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ACUTE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS DISCLOSED

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A Case Study
Presented to
The Clinical Instructors
AUP College of Nursing
Adventist University of the Philippines

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In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course
NMCN 244, Care of Mother, Child, Family and Population at Risk

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TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction
Significance of the Study II. Patient DataBase
A. Demographic Data
B. Nursing History
1. Developmental Tasks
2. Health History
3. Medical Diagnosis & Chief Complaints III. The Disease Entity A. Review of Normal Physiology B. Theoretical Background C. Statistical Report D.
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( Brady & Wilcox.2003)
A. Significance of the Study The main propose of this paper is to first be of basis to aid not just the nursing students but all those who are concerned with the matter to be discussed. It incorporates understanding of the disease process of the patient with acute glomerulonephritis. In addition to that, this would also assist in informing the readers the probable interventions that may work in attending to a client bearing the condition. Knowing those things, efficient management of the problems identified will be a key in facilitating in a client’s recovery. B. Objectives of the Study At the end of the study, the students will be able to: 1. Define what Acute Glomerulonephritis is. 2. Draw and familiarize the pathophysiology of the said case. 3. Enumerate the factors of that may be of risk for AGN. 4. Determine the appropriate interventions to be performed. 5. Know the right drugs and accommodating doses to be used for AGN. 6. Choose the proper and efficient treatment for the client. 7. Assert highest possible state of health for the client.
II. Patient Database
A. Demographic Data Patient PL is an 11- year old female that was born last November 15, 2001 via normal spontaneous delivery. She is a 100% Filipino citizen and she is raised in a Roman Catholic family. The said patient is currently in the grade school and as of now, the

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