Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment

Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment

Applying Current Evidence Based Practice Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Bacterial Sinusitis in Pediatric Patients Using Healthcare Informatics.

This assignment will demonstrate your ability to use healthcare informatics to apply current evidence-based practice guidelines to the management of a pediatric patient diagnosed with acute bacterial sinusitis.

The guidelines that you are to use are in the following article available in the online Purdue Global library.

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Hauk, L. (2014). AAP releases guideline on diagnosis and management of acute bacterial sinusitis in children one to 18 years of age. American Family Physician, 89(8), 676-681. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment

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  Pediatric Client with Acute Bacterial Sinusitis
List the clinical criteria that must be present to support this diagnosis in pediatric patients from newborn to 21 years of age. Categorize clinical signs and symptoms by: Persistent Symptoms, Severe Onset, or Worsening Symptoms. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment List Criteria for Persistent Symptoms. List Criteria for Severe Onset of Symptoms. List Criteria for Worsening Symptoms.
When would imaging studies be indicated?  
What is the recommended Antibiotic for Child with No Known Allergies?

Provide dose, frequency, mg., ml., length of treatment, number of dosing units (i.e. prescription information).

 
What is the second line Recommended Antibiotic for Child with allergy to PCN

Provide dose, frequency, mg., ml., length of treatment, number of dosing units (i.e. prescription information).

 
When is Referral indicated? Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment  
What additional medications and or treatment strategies are recommended for treatment or symptomatic control  
What is the treatment change in a child with worsening symptoms at 72 hours after initiation of antibiotic  
When is outpatient 72 hour “observation” acceptable?  
What modifications would be needed for the following children:

Four year old who is otherwise healthy

 
Child with immune deficiency  
Child with two prior sinus infections  
Child with cystic fibrosis  
What other conditions would modify these treatment recommendations?

Assignment Rubric

Unit 6 grading rubric. Refer to the Assignment directions for specific content requirements.
Instructors: Enter total available points in cell H2, and values between 0 and 4 in the yellow cells in the Score column. Total available points = 100
Content Rubric Introductory Emergent Practiced Proficient/Mastered Score Weight Final Score
0–1.9 2–2.9 3–3.9 4
Content Quality Student successfully completes less than 55% of the required elements. Student successfully completes 55–75% of the required elements. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment Student successfully completes 76–97% of tthe required elements. Student successfully completes 98–100% of of the required elements. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment 90% 0.00
Resources Does not include any resources (0) or sources utilized are not relevant and credible sources of information (1). Not all sources utilized are relevant and/or credible. Supports many opinions and ideas with relevant and credible sources of information that are current. Supports opinions and ideas with relevant and credible sources of information that are current and exceeds the expected number and types of resources. 10% 0.00
Content Score 0
Writing Deduction Rubric Introductory Emergent Practiced Proficient/Mastered Score Weight Final Score
0-1 2 3 4
Grammar & Punctuation The overall meaning of the paper is difficult to understand. Sentence structure, subject verb agreement errors, missing prepositions, and missing punctuation make finding meaning difficult. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment Several confusing sentences or one to two confusing paragraphs make understanding parts of the paper difficult, but the overall paper meaning is clear. Many subject verb agreement errors, run-on sentences, etc. cause confusion. A few confusing sentences make it difficult to understand a small portion of the paper. However, the overall meaning of a paragraph and the paper are intact. There may be a few subject verb agreement errors or some missing punctuation. There are one or two confusing sentences, but the overall sentence and paragraph meanings are clear. There are a few minor punctuation errors such as comma splices or run-on sentences. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment 35% 0.00
Spelling The many misspelled words and incorrect word choices significantly interfere with the readability. Many typos, misspelled words, or the use of incorrect words making understanding difficult in a few places. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment Some misspelled words or the misuse of words such as confusing then/than. However, intent is still clear. A few misspelled words normally caught by spellcheckers are present but do not significantly interfere with the overall readability of the paper. 35% 0.00
Order of Ideas & Length Requirement Paper has some good information or research, but it does not follow assignment directions and is lacking in overall organization and content. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment The order of information is confusing in several places and this organization interferes with the meaning or intent of the paper. However, the paper has a generally discernible purpose and follows assignment directions overall. The order of information is confusing in a few places and the lack of organization interferes with the meaning or intent of the paper in a minor way. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment The overall order of the information is clear and contributes to the meaning of assignment. There is one paragraph or a sentence or two that are out of place or other minor organizational issues. A few sentences may be long and hard to understand. Meets length requirements. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment 20% 0.00
APA There is some attempt at APA formatting and citing. There are one or more missing parts such as the cover page or references list. Citation information may be missing. Citation mistakes make authorship unclear. There is an attempt to use APA formatting and citing. There are both in-text citations and reference listings. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment. Citation information may be missing or incorrect (i.e., websites listed as in-text or reference citations). There is an attempt to cite all outside sources in at least one place. Authorship is generally clear. There is an overall attempt at APA formatting and citation style. Evidence Based Practice-Pediatric Acute Bacterial Sinusitis Assignment. All sources appear to have some form of citation both in the text and on a reference list. There are some formatting and citation errors. Citations generally make authorship clear. There is a strong attempt to cite all sources using APA style. Minor paper formatting errors such as a misplaced running head or margins may occur. Minor in-text citation errors such as a missing page number or a misplaced date may occur. Quotation marks and citations make authorship clear. 10% 0.00
Writing Deduction 0.00
Final Score 0.00
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