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Create a concept map for one of the topics from the list below:  Congenital Defects Coronary Artery Disease Heart Failure (left-sided vs. right sided) Hypertension The content of the concept map must include: pathoph

Create a concept map for one of the topics from the list below:  Congenital Defects Coronary Artery Disease Heart Failure (left-sided vs. right sided) Hypertension The content of the concept map must include: pathoph

 

Create a concept map for one of the topics from the list below: 

  • Congenital Defects
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Heart Failure (left-sided vs. right sided)
  • Hypertension

The content of the concept map must include:

  • pathophysiology
  • definition
  • etiology
  • risk factors (genetic predisposition and environment factors if applicable)
  • causative factors
  • common signs and symptoms for the disease
  • labs & diagnostic tests
  • nursing interventions
  • medical treatment
  • complications of the disease
  • patient & family education
  • 4-6 references using APA 7th ed. format

What is a concept map? 

A concept map is a visual representation of an overarching topic and the relationships between individual ideas, images, or words that lend themselves to the larger picture. Using designated shapes, as well as labeled lines and arrows, concept maps can depict cause and effect, requirements, and contributions between items. Concept maps are ideal for developing logical thinking, dissecting complex systems, and contextualizing specific ideas within larger topics. Source: Lucidspark. (n.d.). What is a Concept Map? https://lucidspark.com/blog/what-is-a-concept-mapLinks to an external site.