Blood Pressure Mind Map


Blood Pressure Mind Map
Mind Map by DanielleM_20, updated more than 1 year ago
Created by DanielleM_20 over 8 years ago

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Blood Pressure
  1. Know, Be, Do
    1. Know
      1. Knowledge
        1. Policies, Confidentiality, Procedures, Mathematics, Anatomy of the Heart, Standards, Hypertension, Healthy Blood Pressure
      2. Be
        1. Values, Ethics, Beliefs
          1. Compassionate, Caring, Listening, Open-Minded, Accepting, Non-judgmental, Respecting
        2. Do
          1. Perform in this way
            1. Documentation/Charting, Empowering, Co-teach, Co-learn, Care plans
        3. Discipline and Profession
          1. Discipline
            1. Knowledge
              1. Blood Pressure- Contraction of the heart muscle, which pumps blood through the body, and the resistance of the walls of the vessels through which the blood flows
                1. Systolic Blood Pressure- Higher of the two numbers, measures the pressure in the arteries when the heart beats
                  1. Diastolic Blood Pressure- The lower of the two numbers, measures the pressure in the arteries when the heart is resting
                    1. A blood pressure reading consists of the systolic measurement "over" the diastolic measurement, recorded in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) by a sphygmomanometer
                  2. Profession
                    1. Persons educated in the discipline
                  3. Co-teach and Co-learn
                    1. Co-teach
                      1. Electrocardiograms, Heart Sounds, Heart Murmurs, Hypertension, Healthy Blood Pressure, Coronary Artery Disease, Congestive Heart Failure
                      2. Co-learn
                        1. Current Cardiac Disorders, Previous Myocardial Infarctions, Baseline Blood Pressure
                      3. The Ways of Knowing (Empirics, Ethics, Personal, Aesthetics, Emancipatory)
                        1. Emancipatory- Ability to notice and investigate social injustices
                          1. Critical reflection of blood pressure reading and social factors affecting accuracy of blood pressure reading
                          2. Aesthetics- Awareness of the immediate situation including the patients situation and their unique cirumstance
                            1. Establishing rapport in a nurse-patient relationship and the patient being able to confide in the nurse about factors that may affect blood pressure (nicotine, anxiety)
                            2. Personal-Knowledge dervived from personal understanding and empathy
                              1. Understanding that a patient with hypertension may feel frightened at the thought of possible strokes or heart attacks
                              2. Ethics-Awareness of moral choices and questions (right or wrong)
                                1. Automatic blood pressure machines are not always accurate and available
                                2. Empirics-Factural Knowledge from science that can be empirically verified
                                  1. Knowledge of anatomy of the heart, normal blood pressure reading, hypertension, hypotension
                                3. Nursing Process-ADPIE (Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning, Intervention, Evaluation)
                                  1. Assessment- Establishing data, validating data, communicating data
                                    1. Diagnosis-Interpreting patient and data,identifying patient health strengths and problems, formulating nursing diagnosis
                                      1. Planning-Selecting nursing measures and communicating care plan
                                        1. Intervention-Carrying out care plan and documenting care given
                                          1. Evaluation- Measuring how well the client has achieved desired goals, identify factors affecting the patient's success or failure, modifying care plan if needed
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