achievement criteria emerging competence proficiency mastery electrolyte conditions H e a l t h M e d i c a l

achievement criteria emerging competence proficiency mastery electrolyte conditions H e a l t h M e d i c a l

Select an electrolyte from the list in the document linked below. Using references that you may have already identified, indicate conditions caused by too much or too little of that electrolyte. In the first column with the identified electrolyte write the normal lab value range and cause of imbalance. After you have identified the hyper- and hypo- conditions, also identify treatment of those conditions.

After you have identified the hyper- and hypo- conditions, also identify treatment of those conditions.

Use at least one scholarly source to support your findings. Examples of scholarly sources include academic journals, textbooks, reference texts, and CINAHL nursing guides. Be sure to cite your sources in-text and on a References page using APA format.

Title of Assignment:

Module 1 assignment: Electrolyte abnormalities

Purpose of Assignment:

Familiarity of electrolyte abnormalities are important to the nurse. Identification of the abnormality and treatment are often routine functions of the care delivery team

Course Competency(s):

  • Determine the cellular functions required to regulate homeostasis.
  • Potassium
  • Sodium
  • Magnesium
  • Phosphorus

Content:

Instructions:

Content:

Select an electrolyte from the list below. Using references that you may already have identified, indicate conditions caused by too much or too little of that electrolyte.In the first column with the identified electrolyte write the normal lab value range and cause of imbalance. After you have identified the hyper- and hypo- conditions, also identify treatment of those conditions.

Format:

Use at least one scholarly source to support your findings. Examples of scholarly sources include academic journals, textbooks, reference texts, and CINAHL nursing guides. Be sure to cite your sources in-text and on a References page using APA format.

Resources:

You can find useful reference materials for this assignment, such as a lab values book, in the School of Nursing guide:

https://guides.rasmussen.edu/nursing/referenceebooks

Have questions about APA? Visit the online APA guide: https://guides.rasmussen.edu/apa

Electrolyte

Normal range

Hyper- condition signs & symptoms

Treatment of hyper-

Hypo-condition signs & symptoms

Treatment of hypo-

Grading Rubric:

Levels of Achievement

Criteria

Emerging

Competence

Proficiency

Mastery

Electrolyte Conditions

(10 pts)

Does not identify the normal electrolyte range.

Failure to provide electrolyte condition will result in zero points for this criteria.

Identified the normal electrolyte ranges with one cause of imbalance.

Identified the normal electrolyte ranges and included two causes of imbalance.

Identified the normal electrolyte ranges and included three or more causes of imbalance.

Points: 6

Points: 8

Points:9

Points: 10

Signs and Symptoms of Hyper and Hypo electrolyte imbalances

(20 pts)

Does not identify the signs and symptoms for hyper and hypo electrolyte imbalances.

Failure to provide signs and symptoms will result in zero points for this criteria.

Briefly described the signs and symptoms for hyper and hypo electrolyte imbalances.

Clearly described the signs and symptoms for hyper and hypo electrolyte imbalances.

Thoroughly described the signs and symptoms for hyper and hypo electrolyte imbalances.

Points: 12

Points: 16

Points: 18

Points: 20

Treatment of Hyper and Hypo electrolyte imbalances

(15 pts)

Does not identify the treatment for hyper and hypo electrolyte imbalances.

Failure to provide treatment will result in zero points for this criteria.

Briefly described the treatment for hyper and hypo electrolyte imbalances.

Clearly described the treatment for hyper and hypo electrolyte imbalances.

Thoroughly described the treatment for hyper and hypo electrolyte imbalances.

Points: 9

Points: 12

Points: 14

Points: 15

APA, Spelling and Grammar

(5 Pt)

Six or more APA, spelling or grammar errors.Detracts from the readability of the submission.

No more than five APA, spelling or grammar errors, minimally detracts from the readability of the submission.

No more than three APA, spelling or grammar errors.Does not detract from the readability of the submission.

No APA, spelling or grammar errors.

Points: 3

Points: 4

Points: 4

Points: 5

Points: 30

Points: 40

Points: 45

Points: 50

Module 1 Assignment: Electrolyte Abnormalities

Your Full Name

Rasmussen College

NUR2063: Essentials of Pathophysiology

Instructor Desautels

Month Day, 2020

Electrolyte

Normal range

Hyper-

Conditions, signs & symptoms

Treatment of hyper-

Hypo-

Conditions, signs & symptoms

Treatment of hypo-