Butz, Chovan, Cacchillo
Medicine and Health Sciences | Nursing
Asthma is a chronic condition with periods of acute exacerbation. It is a commonly encountered problem across many care settings. Airway inflammation and hyper-responsiveness are associated with a number of different pre-disposing factors, and attacks are often triggered by specific agents. Advanced practice nurses must be familiar with the pathophysiology of this condition, and have a strong understanding of the interventions and treatments that are indicated. The intention of this poster is to enlighten students with regards to acute asthma exacerbation and the associated pathophysiology and treatment, ultimately leading to more competent care.
Elswick, Sarah, "Pathophysiology of Acute Asthma Exacerbation" (2017). Nursing Student Class Projects (Formerly MSN). 263.