Management of Modifiable Health Predicrtors such as Obesity and Hypertension can Minimize the Progression of Acute Kidney Injury to Chronic Kidney Disease

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Discuss the nursing implications for your position utilising evidence based research.

 

SKU: Repo939290

Topics: Teams of students will be required to select one (1) of the following topics. They must appropriately research both the sides of the topic and provide a summation displaying which side they support, including the nursing implications for this position.

The team’s answer to their question is to be presented as an e‐poster. The e‐poster may include pictures or diagrams if relevant. Relevant and current citations must be used for e‐poster content.

 

e‐Poster topics

1. Blood pressure lowering strategies have the most positive impact on preventing co‐ morbidity and mortality in people with Type II diabetes in Australia. Agree/Disagree. Discuss the nursing implications for your position utilising evidence based research.

2. Management of modifiable health predictors such as obesity and hypertension can minimise the progression of Acute Kidney Injury to Chronic Kidney Disease. Agree/Disagree. Discuss the nursing implications for your position utilising evidence based research.

3. Diet is a key factor in asthma management, and needs to be modified to reduce the risk of asthma exacerbations. Agree/Disagree. Discuss the nursing implications for your position utilising evidence based research.

4. Patients at high risk of developing coronary heart disease should be referred to cardiac rehabilitation, to prevent an acute event. Agree/Disagree. Discuss the nursing implications for your position utilising evidence based research.

 

Management of modifiable health predictors such as obesity and hypertension can minimise the progression of Acute Kidney Injury to Chronic Kidney Disease.

Agree/Disagree.

Discuss the nursing implications for your position utilising evidence based research.

 

Introduction

Break down the question

What are modifiable risk factors

What is acute kidney disease

What is chronic kidney disease

 

Provide outline

Chao (against) – Ethnicity and age

Anna (for) – obesity and hypertension

Ali (against) – genetics and pregnancy

Caroline (for) – diabetes and smoking

 

Fors are saying – yes reducing modifiable risk factors such as obesity, hypertension, type 2 diabetes and smoking
Againsts are saying – no there are other risk factors such as genetics, age, ethnicity (aboriginal/torres strait islander) and pregnancy that can not be modified and are bigger risks for developing AKI/CKD
Also if the againsts can find anything that says anything against what the fors are claiming put it in!

Genetics & Age – Against

Obesity & Hypertension – For

Ethnicity & Pregnancy- Against

Diabetes & Smoking- For

 

Conclusion

Yes, reducing modifiable health risk factors reduces the risk of developing AKI/CKD

Nursing care and nursing implications to reduce these modifiable health risk factors thus reducing AKI/CKD

The best practice in managing this exacerbation is to first prevent by…

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