Provide a specific treatment plan for this patient, pharmacologic and/or nonpharmacologic.

4 full pages of contentsources less than 5 years old, 3-4 resources are okadhere to the grading rubrics+++++++++I’ve uploaded a previous assignment you can use as an example and also tips at the end that would have made this an A paperTEXTBOOK INFORMATIONMediaType: PhysicalTitle: Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nurse PrescribersEdition: 5th (2019)Author: Robinson, Marylou and Woo, TeriPublisher: F.A. DavisBook ISBN: 978-0-8036-6926-0Unit 6Pharmacotherapeutics for NP Prescribers● Chapter 23: “Drugs Used to Treat Bacterial Infections”● Chapter 24: “Drugs used to Treat Viral, Fungal, and Protozoal Infections”● Chapter 26: “Drugs Used to Treat Eye and Ear Disorders” (anti-infective only)● Chapter 34: “Dermatologic Conditions” (infective only)● Chapter 45: “Pneumonia”● Chapter 47: “Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Vaginitis”● Chapter 48: “Tuberculosis”● Chapter 49: “Upper Respiratory Infections, Otitis Media and Otitis Externa”● Chapter 50: “Urinary Tract Infection”Web ResourcesCenters for Disease Control. (2019). Biggest threats and data. for Disease Control. (2019). About antibiotic resistance. for Disease Control. (2019). Protecting patients and stopping outbreaks. Disease Society of America. (2020). Antimicrobial stewardship.–advocacy/antimicrobial-resistance/Infectious Disease Society of America (2019). Diagnosis and treatment of adults with community-acquired pneumonia. for Disease Control. (2016). Treatment for TB disease. Smith brings his 4-year-old son to your primary care office. He states the boy has been ill for three days. Mr. Smith indicates that he would like antibiotics so he can send his son back to pre-school the next day.History – Child began with sneezing, mild cough, and low grade fever of 100 degrees three days ago. All immunizations UTD. Father reports that the child has had only two incidents of URI and no other illnesses.Social – non-smoking household. Child attends preschool four mornings a week and is insured through his father’s employment. No other siblings in the household.PE/ROS -T 99, R 20, P 100. Alert, cooperative, in good spirits, well-hydrated. Mildly erythemic throat, no exudate, tonsils +2. Both ears mild pink tympanic membrane with good movement. Lungs clear bilaterally. All other systems WNL.Do not consider COVID-19 for this patient diagnosis.For the assignment, do the following:Diagnose the child and describe how you arrived at the diagnosis (i.e. how you ruled out other diagnoses).Provide a specific treatment plan for this patient, pharmacologic and/or nonpharmacologic.Provide a communication plan for how the family will be involved in the treatment plan.Provide resources that Mr. Smith could access which would provide information concerning your treatment decisions.Utilize national standards, your pharm and/or patho book and medical or advanced practice professional sources. Do not use patient-facing sources or general nursing texts to support your diagnosis and treatment.Use references to support your concepts. Utilize correct APA formatting and mechanics of professional communication.Present this Assignment as a narrative document, with a minimum of 4, and maximum of 5 pages not counting the cover page or reference page. It is not necessary to repeat the facts of the case in your narrative.Before finalizing your work, you should:Read the Assignment description carefully (as displayed above);Consult the Grading Rubric (under Course Resources) to make sure you have included everything necessary; andUtilize spelling and grammar check to minimize errors.Your writing assignment should:Follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, mechanics, etc.);Be well organized, logical, and unified, as well as original and insightful;Utilize correct APA formatting, 7th edition.