This cycle characterizes the ongoing as well as cyclical character of clinical interferences as well as the importance of valuation and expression. There are mainly eight stages in this clinical cycle. Clinical reasoning may be divided in the stages of- gaze, collect process, resolve, plan, perform, assess, as well as displays ("Clinical Reasoning – Begründet handel," 2015.) Presumptions and suppositions such as “many native persons are alcoholics”; Eastern ladies tend to have a little pain onset”; and senior people frequently have dementia”, can affect the clinical reasoning process. There are some traits required for clinical thinking and clinical reasoning, which includes creativity, confidence, flexibility, intellectual veracity, intuition, perseverance, open-mindedness, contextual perspective, etc. I have been practicing as a registered nurse in an institution last year. This clinical reasoning cycle below describes my experience where I have been involved with during a BN clinical placement. There was a 60–year-old patient who was having a record of hypertension and he used to take beta-blockers in his previous lifetime ("Clinical Reasoning – Begründet handel," 2015.) He was a hypertensive person normally. The first stage of the clinical reasoning cycle is to “consider the patient situation” in which we have to explain or illustrate the facts, objects, context or persons – that 60-year-aged patient was in ICU as he had gone through an abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) surgical treatment yesterday. Second stage is to collect the information in which we have to review the latest data (such as reports, handover, previous record of the patient as well as patient’s record, results of analysis and therapeutic assessments assumed earlier- he had a record of hypertension, moreover he used to take beta-blockers.