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Paper is actually due July 30, but the outline is due the 24th. topic is deviated septum details: This week is meant to help you to organize the main ideas of your paper. Research your topic of deviated septum using the LIRN databases or the Internet. Be sure to research the following aspects of the procedure: • Purpose of the procedure • Probable preoperative diagnosis o Include probable preoperative diagnostic methods • Correctly state and discuss all anatomy relevant to the procedure • List the general and procedure specific equipment required for this procedure • List the general and procedure specific instrumentation required for this procedure • List the supplies most commonly used for this procedure. This includes but is not limited to: Blades, drapes, drains, dressing, suture and pharmaceuticals • Patient positioning o This should include any possible patient injuries and what would be done to protect the patient from these possible complications o Supplies that would be necessary for correct patient positioning • Most commonly administered form of anesthesia • Anatomical perimeters of the surgical skin prep • Draping sequence • Procedure considerations for the surgical technologist • Procedure steps from incision to dressing application • Possible surgical complications • Wound Classification • Possible post-operative complications and considerations • Patient’s long term prognosis Research: You can use any scholarly or academic source to conduct your research. At minimum, any source you include must be a reliable source of medical information. The following sources are recommended: • Library and Information Resources Network (LIRN) (Links to an external site.) • Mayo Clinic (Links to an external site.) • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (Links to an external site.) • National Institutes of Health (NIH) (Links to an external site.) Example of what the outline should look like: I. Characteristics of Dementia A. Signs and symptoms B. Causes C. Long term effects II. Ways to Diagnose Dementia A. Diagnostics B. Results C. Labs III. Types of Dementia A. Vascular B. Mixed C. Dementia with Lewy Bodies III. Treatments A. Drugs B. Therapies IV. Prognosis A. Disease Progression B. Long term effects C. Psychological effects on individual and family V. Conclusion A. Research B. Clinical Trials C. Summary