Concept Map Metabolism

Concept Analysis Diagram - Metabolism
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Nursing Care
 Directed toward what contributes to a normal concept and is thereby related to all factors
involved in or with the concept. Not always needed to have a normal outcome.
Attributes
 Defining characteristics of the concept
 What property, quality, or data must be present for the concept to exist
Antecedents
 What precedes the concept for it to exist
 Events or incidents that must happen before the concept
Consequences
 Untoward events or outcomes that occur due to malfunction within the concept
 Positive events or outcomes that occur due to proper functioning within the concept
Interrelated Concept
 Concepts which can affect change in the other
 Concepts which work together to ensure a normal process
 Concepts which if depleted or impaired can cause a negative consequence in the other
Sub-Concept
 Critical components of major concept
Nursing Care
Attributes
Primary, Secondary,
Tertiary
Blood Glucose Homeostasis
Fluid and Electrolyte
Balance
Normal Physiological
Response to Stress
Maintain Body Energy
Requirements
Normal metabolic rate
Nutrition
Mobility
Coping
Perfusion
Interrelated
Concepts
Reproduction
Antecedents
Th
Ingestion of Nutrients
Normal Growth and
Development
Cells and Organs to
Synthesize and Secrete
Hormones
Hormone Target Cells
Organ Perfusion
Normal Immune Response
Adaptive response to stress
Fluid and Electrolyte
Balance
Metabolism
The processes of
biochemical reactions
occurring in the body’s
cells that are necessary
to produce energy,
repair, and facilitate the
growth of cells, and
maintain life.
Consequences
(Outcomes)
Edema
Ascites
Negative
Sub –
Concepts
Positive
Muscle
Weakness
Normotensive
Hormonal
(Endocrine)
Regulation
Deviations From
Normal
Nutrient Utilization
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Normal
Thermoregulation
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Hyperglycemia/
Hypoglycemia
Euglycemia
Adequate
Hydration Status
Hypertension/
Hypotension