The given persuasion map is in the form of a flowchart. The type of change is evaluated for nursing actions for patients with a status change. By category, there are mental, physical, and metabolic changes. By documenting, they are time, objective findings, subjective findings, and exact and specific contributing information. The ability to compensate is defined while obtaining vital signs, oxygen saturation, finger stick glucose, and EKG/Monitor strip. It is also defined as notifying coworkers and facilitators and preparing a report for the physician. The ability to compensate is related to the ability to maintain spontaneous respiration, circulation, oxygenation, and perfusion while rapidly assessing circulation, airway, breathing, oxygenation, and perfusion.