Value of dopamine and epinephrine when external pacemaker fails

Order Instructions/Description

 

  1. Title page: APA format throughout paper:… …………………… 10 Points

  2. Introduction paragraph towards general definition of the problem relevance: How the phenomena impacts healthcare delivery:…… 10 Points (One Page)

  3. The problem concern to nursing: How the phenomena impacts nursing care………….. 10 Points( One Page)

  4. Body of Literature Review: Determine what is previously and presently known and not known about a subject, concept or problem in the area being looked , compare and contrast empirical research findings from the literature.………40 Points (6 Pages)……………..

  5. A clinical nursing update for best practice in pre- interventional cardiology nursing: The value of a Dopamine and or an Epinephrine drip when the external pacer fails to sense and capture in the treatment of a symptomatic Bradycardia and or Second Degree Type II and or Third Degree Block.

  6. Conclusion of the Literature Review. When concluding the information gathered what determination can be made about the evidence gathered moving forward in building a research question. What may need to be investigated in the present or future?……………………………………………………..10 Points (Two Pages)

  7. Write on Final Paragraph concerning a potential research question and or performance improvement concern you came up with when connecting the literature to your area of practice…………………………………………… 10 Points( One Page)

  8. Reference List: APA format, research articles that are peered reviewed within the past five years, expert opinion to quantitative and qualitative analysis……..10 Points

• Evidence may be presented over five years if the literature continues to impact present practice
• Expert Opinion: Best Practices to Randomized Trials and Systematic Reviews
• See Levels of Evidence in the Week One of Angel NUR 3165
• Five articles in the reference three of them research literature 3 Quantitative and 1 Qualitative, 1 Best Practice and or Expert Opinion Ex: World Health Organization and or Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Best Practice