What were you hoping to achieve with the decisions you recommended for the patient case study you were assigned?

Briefly summarize the patient case study you were assigned, including each of the three decisions you took for the patient presented.
Based on the decisions you recommended for the patient case study, explain whether you believe the decisions provided were supported by the evidence-based literature. Be specific and provide examples. Be sure to support your response with evidence and references from outside resources.
What were you hoping to achieve with the decisions you recommended for the patient case study you were assigned? Support your response with evidence and references from outside resources.
Explain any difference between what you expected to achieve with each of the decisions and the results of the decision in the exercise. Describe whether they were different. Be specific and provide examples.

Explain whether you believe the decisions provided were supported by the evidence-based literature. Be specific and provide examples. Be sure to support your response with evidence and references from outside resources. You must have responses that include specific and relevant outside reference examples that fully support the explanation provided. Please review the course announcement that outlines evidence-based literature required for the Week 6 Decision Tree. The following are examples that are NOT evidence-based, the citations or references must include evidence-based sources. This list is not all-inclusive.
Textbooks
CDC
YouTube
Speed Pharmacology
WebMD
Healthline
Health Encyclopedia
Wikipedia
MayoClinic
Cleveland Clinic
Medlineplus.gov (Clinicaltrials.gov or the primary sources (journal articles, key references) referenced are considered primary evidence-based)
StatPearls
John Hopkins Medicine
UpToDate
Epocrates
FDA (approved by FDA is not considered evidence, what literature supported the approval)

Evidence-based literature should reflect the standard of care, as this will vary depending on the incidence, prevalence, goals of therapy, and approved drugs.