Treatment of patient’s anatomy and physiology to homeostatic response

This is a paper that focuses on the treatment of patient’s anatomy and physiology to homeostatic response. The paper also provides further instructions to focus in writing the assignment.

Treatment of patient’s anatomy and physiology to homeostatic response

·         This essay is an analysis of a particular condition and how it affects the normal homeostatic responses of the human body. You must explain the impact of both the condition. Also, the treatment on a patient’s anatomy and physiology relating this to the underlying theory.
·         The purpose of the case study is to demonstrate your understanding, knowledge and analytical abilities. Also, in relation to the area of anatomy and physiology within your clinical practice.

·         Consider areas of relevant treatment and care/investigation delivery which leads to physiological changes or aiding a patient adapting. It should be in a physiological sense, to the procedures they are undergoing.
o   For instance, if a patient has a Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), diagnosis would be to confirm by measuring blood pressure in both laying and standing positions. This could be reviewed, but the focus should be on the physiological changes rather than a step by step description of the testing process method.

Treatment of patient’s anatomy and physiology to homeostatic response

·         It is possible to include bio-psychosocial concepts within your study, though you should ensure that the evidence based discussions you present include anatomical and physiological concepts.

·         Your work must be in  reference appropriately to demonstrate you have read sufficiently around your subject matter. Learning this skill is key to developing the ability to maintain evidence based practice. Which is a lifelong skill you need to develop.

·         You will need to demonstrate analysis of peer reviewed literature related to your chosen subject areas. Consider the following points whilst developing your work.

o   Link concepts, do not focus each paragraph on one article.
§  This is effectively writing a series of synopses rather than discussing, which involves comparing and contrasting information and concepts.
o   Overuse of direct quotes are best to avoid since these do not necessarily demonstrate understanding but only your ability to copy another author’s work. Read, understand and then incorporate into your work appropriately (paraphrase).
o   Consider different ways of looking at a condition, for example physiological vs biomechanical.