CASE STUDY 1- Reflecting on week 2’s lessons in the syllabus,select a patient population (pediatric, young adult, adult or geriatric), and briefly analyze a common/acute EENT condition(Sinusitis, Pharyngitis, Epiglottitis, Infectious Mono, Epistaxis, Allergy rhinitis

CASE STUDY 1- Reflecting on week 2’s lessons in the syllabus,select a patient population (pediatric, young adult, adult or geriatric), and briefly analyze a common/acute EENT condition(Sinusitis, Pharyngitis, Epiglottitis, Infectious Mono, Epistaxis, Allergy rhinitis
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CASE STUDY 1- Reflecting on week 2’s lessons in the syllabus,select a patient population (pediatric, young adult, adult or geriatric), and briefly analyze a common/acute EENT condition(Sinusitis, Pharyngitis, Epiglottitis, Infectious Mono, Epistaxis, Allergy rhinitis, Hearing loss, common eye conditions etc.…there are several to choose from), that may affect this population. Briefly tell how it impacts the patient’s quality of life and analyze the current research evidence on this topic and gold standard of care if any for your chosen population. (You may use an example from your clinical rotation (past or present) that you have encountered). Describe how you, the FNP, can/or have made a difference in the care of patients with this specific disease and tell of one specific patient care teaching that he/she may do to help minimize disease symptoms.

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