Discuss how other concepts connect to and are affected by the main concept, and how they relate to your client.

Concept Notebook1. Related concepts (explain) – In this section discuss how other concepts connect to and are affected by the main concept, and how they relate to your client.a. Think about and explain how alterations in the main concept would affect other conceptsb. Think about and explain how alterations in other concepts would affect the main conceptc. Example – main concept of acid base balance; if acid base balance is altered/impaired what would be the impact on other concepts such as fluid and electrolytes, gas exchange, or glucose and hormone regulation OR if there is an alteration in fluid and electrolytes, gas exchange, or glucose and hormone regulation what would be the impact on acid base balance2. Related exemplars – In this section, list exemplars (examples) of disorders related ONLY to the main concept that are related to your client or could be related to a client in a similar situation. (please do not include exemplars of the other concepts discussed in related concepts section)a. Example – main concept of acid base balance; exemplars may include metabolic acidosis or respiratory alkalosis3. Related Assessments – In this section, explain assessments needed to find and/or rule out alterations with the main concept and provide rationale. Relate these alterations to your client. a. Example – main concept of acid base balance; skin color and temperature (warm/flushed with metabolic acidosis and pale/cyanotic with respiratory acidosis), LOC4. Related Lab & Diagnostic Tests – In this section, explain labs and/or diagnostic tests that could be used with your client, to find and/or rule out alterations with the main concept and provide rationalea. Example – main concept of acid base balance; ABG, CMP, anion gap, EKG5. Related Nursing Interventions – In this section, explain nursing interventions needed to care for your client related to alterations to the main concept and provide rationale.a. Example – main concept of acid base balance; restore fluid and electrolyte balance, pulmonary hygiene as needed including supplemental oxygen or paced breathing6. Related Medication – In this section, explain medications expected to be administered to treat or prevent alterations in your client, related to the main concept and provide rationale.a. Example – main concept of acid base balance; IV fluids, oxygen, potassium chloride, sodium bicarbonate7. Potential Complications – In this section, explain problems that could occur in your client if alterations in the main concept are not addressed/treated and provide rationale.a. Example – main concept of acid base balance; cardiac dysrhythmias or seizure8. Collaborative Goals – In this section, explain what other departments/ancillary staff may be needed to treat your client related to risks in alterations of the main concept and provide rationalea. Example – main concept of acid base balance; Respiratory Therapy to help address gas exchange and breathing needs, Pharmacy to review medications to look for possible causes of alteration
EliminationAssessmentSafetyHealth PromotionCultureGrief & LossGlucose Regulationa. Relatedconcepts – at least four concepts explained how they impact or are impacted bymain conceptb. Relatedexemplars – at least five exemplarsc. Relatedassessments – at least fived. Relatedlab & diagnostic tests – at least fivee. Relatednursing interventions – at least fivef. Relatedmedications – at least fiveg. Potentialcomplication – at least four with explanationsh. Collabora