Week 2: A ten-year-old patient presents in the clinic with soft-tissue swelling…

Week 2: A ten-year-old patient presents in the clinic with soft-tissue swelling around the left eye. The parent reports that the child has had a cold with copious amounts of nasal drainage for approximately a week. The parent thought the child was getting better, but this morning the child awoke with a red eye and a fever of 102.1°F. The child has no complaints of headache, vomiting, or visual disturbances.

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Week 2 Expectations

Describe how the FNP would clinically manage and follow up on this patient. List the pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions. Describe how the treatment plan might be different for a 35-year-old patient as well as a 65+-year-old patient.

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