Differential Diagnostic Process Summary Resource

Review the Common Diagnoses in Primary care list and choose a Diagnosis. Then create a DDX list from 1 symptom of that condition. (ie Dg: UTI and the sx is pain with urinating)
Summarize your process for diagnosing a basic medical condition from a chief complaint listed in the assignment module in a 1 to 2 page Microsoft Word document, or identify the steps in your process for diagnosing a medical condition from a chief complaint listed in the assignment module using a process chart. See example below:
A detailed assignment summary example is here to demonstrate how for you to do this process summary assignment: N619 Week 1 Differential Diagnosis Process Summary EXAMPLE FOR STUDENTS V.7.docx
DO NOT CUT AND PASTE YOUR ANSWERS. Paraphrase your answers and use citations for your resources. Here is a resource for paraphrasing properly: https://www.scribbr.com/citing-sources/how-to-paraphrase/
Answer these 3 additional questions from your assigned reading: “What is Pathophysiology?”
1. What is the definition and purpose of VINDICATE?
2. What are the purposes (reasons) for Nurse Practitioners to learn pathophysiology?
3. What are the three (3) tasks you as a student in this course are expected to learn besides abnormal body processes (but not master)?
List your references using APA format for this assignment.
Go to this YouTube page to learn how to learn how to do a basic flowchart using the free software bubbl.us at either:
https://help.bubbl.us/article/11-create-and-edit-bubbles (Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.)https://bubbl.us/ (Links to an external site.)
There are many free tools to make concept maps .Other software tools include:
https://Lucidchart.com (Links to an external site.)
https://whimsical.com (Links to an external site.)
https://cmap.ihmc.us (Links to an external site.)
Use the software of your choice or use bubbl.us to create your chart, as long as you can save your chart to one of the following files types:
Demonstrate the use of the VINDICATE tool and your other resources in your work.
Note: This resource is meant to transcend your learning program here and is intended to serve you when diagnosing patients throughout your program and during your career.