NURS 6501 Anaphylactic Shock DQ2 Discussion

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NURS 6501 Anaphylactic Shock DQ2 Discussion

NURS 6501 Anaphylactic Shock DQ2 Discussion

 

The treatment of anaphylactic shock varies depending on a
patient’s physiological response to the alteration. Immediate medical
intervention and emergency room visits are vital for some patients, while
others can be treated through basic outpatient care.

Consider the January 2012 report of a 6-year-old girl who
went to her school nurse complaining of hives and shortness of breath. Since
the school did not have any medication under her name to use for treatment and
was not equipped to handle her condition, she was sent to an emergency room
where she was pronounced dead. This situation has raised numerous questions
about the progression of allergic reactions, how to treat students with severe
allergies, how to treat students who develop allergic reactions for the first
time, and the availability of epinephrine in schools. If you were the nurse at
the girl’s school, how would you have handled the situation? How do you know
when it is appropriate to treat patients yourself and when to refer them to
emergency care?

To prepare:

Review “Anaphylactic Shock” in Chapter 23 of the Huether and
McCance text, “Distributive Shock” in Chapter 10 of the McPhee and Hammer text,
and the Jacobsen and Gratton article in the Learning Resources.

Identify the multisystem physiologic progression that occurs
in anaphylactic shock. Think about how these multisystem events can occur in a
very short period of time.

Consider when you should refer patients to emergency care
versus treating as an outpatient.

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Select two patient factors different from the one you
selected in this week’s first Discussion: genetics, gender, ethnicity, age, or
behavior. Reflect on how the factors you selected might impact the process of anaphylactic
shock.

By Day 4

Post an explanation of the physiological progression that
occurs in anaphylactic shock. Then, describe the circumstances under which you
would refer patients for emergency care versus treating as an outpatient.
Finally, explain how the patient factors you selected might impact the process
of anaphylactic shock.

Read a selection of your colleagues’ responses.

By Day 6

Respond to at least two of your colleagues who selected at
least one different factor than you in one of the following ways:

Share insights on how the factor your colleague selected
impacts the pathophysiology of anaphylactic shock.

Offer and support an alternative perspective using readings
from the classroom or from your own research in the Walden Library.

Validate an idea with your own experience and additional
research.

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