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Mr. Rivera is a 72-year-old patient with end stage COPD who is in the care of Hospice. He has a history of smoking, hypertension, obesity, and type 2 Diabetes. He is on Oxygen 2L per nasal cannula around the clock. His wife and 2 adult children help with his care. Develop a concept map for Mr. Rivera. Consider the patients Ethnic background (he and his family are from Mexico) and family dynamics. Please use the concept map form provided.A rubric lists grading criteria that instructors use to evaluate student work. Your instructor linked a rubric to this item and made it available to you.Please use this Rubric to answer the QuestionNoviceCompetentProficientCONTENT & MECHANICSPoints:0.33 (5.50%)Minimal number of concepts. Current & applicable information; demonstrates marginal conceptual understanding. Information may not be clearly presented & flow through assignment. Errors in spelling, grammar and/or citationsPoints:0.67 (11.16666%)Partial number of concepts. Current & applicable information; demonstrates acceptable conceptual understanding. Information clearly presented & flows through assignment. Errors in spelling, grammar and/or citationsPoints:1 (16.66666%)Contains appropriate number of concepts. Current & applicable information; demonstrates superior conceptual understanding. Information clearly presented & flows through assignment. Correct spelling, grammar & citationsPATHOPHYSIOLOGYPoints:0.33 (5.50%)Concept map detail does not show pathophysiology for pertinent disease process/processes. Excludes more than one disease if relatedPoints:0.67 (11.16666%)Concept map shows limited pathophysiology for pertinent disease process/processes. May overlook more than one disease if related (ex: renal failure secondary to HTN)Points:1 (16.66666%)Concept map detail must show pathophysiology for pertinent disease process/processes. May include more than one disease if related (ex: renal failure secondary to HTN)CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONSPoints:0.33 (5.50%)Subjective & objective data not includedPoints:0.67 (11.16666%)Subjective & objective data partially includedPoints:1 (16.66666%)Subjective & objective data includedNURSING DIAGNOSISPoints:0.33 (5.50%)Absence of NANDA diagnosis, or does not include ‘related to’ and ‘evidenced by’Points:0.67 (11.16666%)Less than two NANDA diagnosis or may not include ‘related to’ and ‘evidenced by’Points:1 (16.66666%)Two NANDA diagnosis, including ‘related to’ and ‘evidenced by’NURSING INTERVENTIONSPoints:0.33 (5.50%)Less than 2 nursing interventions for each diagnosisPoints:0.67 (11.16666%)Less than 4 but more than 2 nursing interventions for each diagnosisPoints:1 (16.66666%)At least 4 nursing interventions for each diagnosisGOALSPoints:0.33 (5.50%)Less than one per nursing diagnosis. Not formatted as SMART goals (specific, measurable, attainable/agreeable, realistic, time-based)Points:0.67 (11.16666%)Less than one per nursing diagnosis. Format as SMART goals (specific, measurable, attainable/agreeable, realistic, time-based)Points:1 (16.66666%)One per nursing diagnosis. Format as SMART goals (specific, measurable, attainable/agreeable, realistic, time-based)NAME:MODULE 2 CONCEPT MAP: END OF LIFE CARE