Demonstrate a clear understanding of the pathophysiology of the patient in the case study… 1 answer below »

Assessment Preparation
• Read the assignment question, guidelines, and the marking rubric carefully.
• This assessment focuses on the clinical knowledge and critical thinking you have gained in the topic
and your ability to apply it using critical thinking.
• You need to demonstrate that you understand the concepts of Pathophysiology and Pharmacology and
their effects on the human body.
• The use of headings is accepted and encouraged in this topic. Please set out your assignment clearly as it
makes it much easier for tutors to read and assess your work accurately.
Assessment Criteria
Detailed explanation of Pathophysiology and Pharmacology related to the case patient
• Demonstrate a clear understanding of the pathophysiology of the patient in the case study.
• Identify the correct anatomy and physiology of the disease of the patient in the case study and link this to the
pathophysiology behind the disease of the patient in the case study.
• Demonstrate a clear understanding of the pharmacology prescribed to the patient in the case study.
• Discuss the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of the pharmacology for the patient in the case study.
Explanation of three (3) signs/symptoms the case presented.
Discussion of (3) medications related to the Pathophysiology of the patient in the case patient.
• Identify three (3) appropriate signs/symptoms as related to the patient in the case study.
• Accurately explain these three (3) signs/symptoms as related to the patient in the case study.
• Display a clear, succinct understanding of the signs/symptoms and their connection to the pathophysiology of
disease as appropriate to the patient in the case study.
• Identify three (3) relevant pharmacological (medications) interventions as presented in the case study.
• Accurately explain these three (3) medications as related to the patient in the case study.
• Display a clear, succinct understanding of the signs/symptoms and their connection to the pharmacology of
disease as appropriate to the patient in the case study – including discussion regarding ADME.