Assignment 4: Types of imaging or complex lab

Assignment 4: Types of imaging or complex lab

Assignment 4: Types of imaging or complex lab

Complete the following discussion question using the DxR website:

1. Access the DxR Clinician website at https://gcu.dxrclinician.com/

2. Select the folder labeled: gcu_npstudents_patients.

3. Select the Crystal Bates – Back Pain case study.

4. Upon clicking on the case, you will see the “Enter Case” button at the top of the page. Select “Enter Page.” Under “Name,” enter First Initial, Last Name, all in lower case. Leave password blank. This will give you entry into the case study.

5. Complete the Crystal Bates – Back Pain case.

6. Discuss the diagnostic tool you selected and explain how it was helpful. Remember that pertinent negatives also guide your diagnoses. Describe how you prioritized the data.

Q-2

Topic will be given later, Select a type of imaging or complex lab not used by another learner. Identify when it is appropriate to order this diagnostic tool. Explain the systematic approach to evaluating the results. Explain key features you are looking for when evaluating the data.

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