Pathophysiology covers all aspects of a disease, and is key for diagnosis

Pathophysiology covers all aspects of a disease, and is key for diagnosis and treatment planning. There is a new concept called the 4 P’s of Medicine,” and it focuses on Predictive, Personalized, Pre-emptive, and Participatory medicine.

Pathophysiology covers all aspects of a disease, and is key for diagnosis

Advanced pathophysiology

I’ve been a nurse for 7 years, currently working in the ICU and I am enrolled in graduate school now in a adult geriatric primary care nurse practitioner program. I am taking advanced pathophysiology and the discussion post is regarding the following question:
Pathophysiology covers all aspects of a disease, and is key for diagnosis and treatment planning. There is a new concept called the 4 P’s of Medicine,” and it focuses on Predictive, Personalized, Pre-emptive, and Participatory medicine. Prediction focuses on how, when, and in whom a disease will develop and is directly related to pathophysiology.

– Please also discuss nurse practitioners’ role in “Predictive, Personalized, Pre-emptive, and Participatory Medicine” concept which is a very important topic for nurse practitioners’ future status.
Each post should be comprehensive (minimum 250 words, excluding references) and add a new dimension to the discussion. Please support your point with evidence, case studies, and statistics. Lastly, this will make your arguments stronger.

Must also include 2 evidenced-based journal articles, recently published within 5 years.

More details;

What does pathophysiology mean in simple terms?

PathophysiologyPathophysiology is the study of the changes of normal mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions, either caused by a disease or resulting from an abnormal syndrome.

What is pathophysiology example?

Medical Definition of 
Pathophysiology

Pathophysiology: Deranged function in an individual or an organ due to a disease. For example, a pathophysiologic alteration is a change in function as distinguished from a structural defect.

What is the difference between pathophysiology and pathology?

Pathology describes the abnormal condition, whereas pathophysiology seeks to explain the physiological processes because of which such condition develops and progresses. In other words, pathophysiology defines the functional changes associated resulting from disease or injury.

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