Mr. Smith was lifting a heavy piece of furniture when he experienced crushing pain in his chest, began sweating heavily, and was nauseated. His wife drove him to the hospital, where he was diagnosed with a myocardial infarction (MI, also called a heart attack) and given intravenous drugs to dissolve a clot that was obstructing a major coronary artery. After his hospitalization, Mr. Smith�s doctor told him that some of his heart muscle had died.
Explain the pathological processes associated with the term �heart muscle died.�
Discuss and contrast reversible and nonreversible cell injury. As per your analysis, what type of cell injury did Mr. Smith sustain and why? Include pathophysiological processes involved with cell injury.
here the criteria evaluation
Presents the grading criteria and rubric for this assignment.
SUO_Nursing Detailed Discussion Rubric (11 week)
Objectives Unacceptable Satisfactory to Below Satisfactory (F through C Range) Above Average (B Range) Exemplary (A Range) Actual Possible
0 Points 1 to 7 Points 8 Points 9 to 10 Points 10
Quality of Initial Posting No initial posting to evaluate. The information provided is inaccurate, not focused on the assignment�s topic, and/or does not answer the question(s) fully. Response demonstrates incomplete understanding of the topic and/or inadequate preparation. The information provided is accurate, displaying a good understanding of the topic(s) covered. A good understanding is when you are able to explain the terms and topics covered. Initial posting demonstrates sincere reflection and addresses most aspects of the assignment, although all concepts may not be fully developed. The information provided is accurate, providing an in-depth, well thought-out understanding of the topic(s) covered. An in-depth understanding provides an analysis of the information, synthesizing what is learned from the course/assigned readings. Course materials and additional scholarly resources are used to support important points.
Participation in Discussion 0 Points 1 to 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points 5
No responses to other classmates in this discussion forum. Displays an understanding of the topic by responding to two or more classmates� initial posts but only on one day of the week. Comments may not be substantive, meaning they reflect and expand on what the other student wrote or grounded in evidence.
Displays an understanding of the topic by responding to two or more classmates� initial posts on more than one day (and to the instructors comment if applicable). Comments are substantive, meaning they reflect and expand on what the other student wrote and are grounded in evidence. Displays an understanding of the topic by responding to two or more classmates� initial posts and to the instructor’s comment (if applicable) on more than two days. Responses demonstrate an analysis of peers� comments, building on previous posts. Postings extend and deepen meaningful conversation and may include a follow-up question. Postings are grounded in evidence.
Writing Mechanics (Spelling, Grammar, APA) and Information Literacy 0 Points 1 to 3 Points 4 Points 5 Points 5
No postings for which to evaluate language and grammar. Some issues in any of the following: grammar, mechanics, spelling, use of slang, and incomplete, erroneous, or missing APA citations and references. Lacks appropriate references to support response or references may be on topic but are dated or from non-appropriate sources. Minor errors in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in the initial posting. Minor errors in APA formatting (citations and references) and APA style. If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for both the initial post and some of the comments to other students. Sources include course and text readings as well as outside sources that are academic and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov websites, professional organization websites). No errors in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in both the initial post and comments to others. APA formatting is correct. Postings demonstrate a clear relationship to evidence. Sources include course and text readings as well as outside sources that are academic and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov websites, professional organization websites).
COMMENTS: Place your substantive comments here including what went well (needs to continue) as well as areas for improvement to achieve specified learning outcomes. It is important to individualize feedback and to ensure coaching for improved achievement of learning outcomes in future assignments. It is acceptable to place comments directly within the rubric in the specific criteria area where additional coaching comments need to take place.
Total 0 20
Late Deduction (if applicable) 0
Total Points 0 20