III. Clinical Decision Making A. Explain the rationale for the patient’s physical symptoms and what you would expect to assess in clients with a similar past medical history who experience a cerebrovascular accident. B. Describe the etiology and risk factors associated with this case that are relevant to your treatment decisions in promoting patient outcomes. Provide rationale for your decisions. IV. Technology and Treatment A. Based on your clinical decision making, assess patient-care technologies that are appropriate for diagnostic testing and assessments for this case. Provide justification for your recommendations. B. Explain the pathophysiological basis and clinical manifestations associated with this case, and how they may be explained by changes in the diagnostic tests. Support your claims with specific evidence. C. Based on your rationale for the patient’s physical symptoms, assess the extent to which clinical manifestations of your selected case affect multiple body systems. Support your answer with specific evidence. D. Describe the usual treatment(s) and expected effects of such treatment(s) for cases of this nature. Include the initial treatment(s) for health promotion, and the role of technology once the patient is stabilized to prepare for discharge. Rubric Guidelines for Submission: This milestone must be 2–3 pages in length (plus a cover page and references) and must be written in APA format. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. All references should be cited in APA forma
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