vancomycin) until the culture results are available. Problem 3 ( Due for Rotavirus immunization): Rotavirus is a common cause of Child will be scheduled for Rotarix administration. Rotarix is highly effective in preventing rotavirus related gastroenteritis and has been shown to be effective according to studies conducted in the united states. Also encouraging the mother to bring W020 in for regular checkups and make sure she is up date with her vaccinations to avoid any future complications. Problem 4-5 (Educating mother on proper hygiene and lack of access to clean drinking water): To provide instructions to mother on proper hygienic practices that can significantly reduced the risk of transmitting water-borne diseases.
Including health history, prior surgical history, secondary diagnoses, family history, number of recent sexual partners, allergies and current medication regimen. This patients priority needs further teaching about STIs and safe sex practices. The combination of data guides the nurse to the appropriate nursing
• Before purchasing the medication in the marketplace, you have to make sure the personal doctor to get the right advice. • The anti-bacterial soap has the capability to kill the bacteria faster and didn’t grow the infection more. • Daily care and cleaning is significant to slow down the infection through the use of the right medication. • Use the medication in the proper direction to avoid the infection spread in another region. • If you feel that using medication did cause any symptoms you can simply stop and go for the best way of using salt water.
By having knowledge about the symptoms of the flu and the importance of the flu vaccine, I was able to health promote to families. For the days I was not at placement, I made posters which provided parents with information about the flu shot, its importance, and locations to receive the vaccine. Additionally, when I was at my clinical placement, I spent time creating posters about when to not bring your child into the Early Years Centre. For instance, if one’s child has a runny nose with green mucus, diarrhea, or red spots on their skin, it is important for parents to keep their children at home. This acts as a form of health prevention for other children, parents, and staff at the Centre from getting
Current nursing setting and how the theory can guide I am working in oncology ward and often meet the patients with nasopharyngeal cancer and admit for Ryles tube insertion because they were difficult to swallow food. I need to give support and educate the patient about the technical of Ryles tube feeding. I find out each stage of the nursing care needs strong and adequate communication in order to make thing go on. Using Peplau’s theory can help these patients achieve a better outcome during hospitalization. Peplau’s theory include three phase: orientation phase, working phase and termination phase.
Kelly, I agree with you. Mr. Henry needs to act now and complete an advanced medical directive (AMD) for when he is no longer able to make his own decisions for his medical treatments. Doctors needs to encourage their patients about completing an AMD as soon as when they give diagnosis of a chronic illness to their patients; and nurses have to provide education about AMD as soon as during their patient’s admission. It is the nurse responsibility to assess and educate their patients about AMD. “The trusting relationship between the medical-surgical nurse and the patient lends itself to an opportunity to provide supporting education needed for completion of this document” (Rigan, 2016, p. 2).
This protocol recommends a fall-risk assessment and implementation of a fall prevention plan for every resident, as well as an incident report for every fall. The assessment includes checking for problems that increase the likelihood of falling. Here are some additional steps nursing homes can take to maintain a safer environment and prevent unnecessary falls: - Assessing patients after a fall to identify and address risk factors and treat any underlying medical conditions - Educating staff about fall risk factors and prevention strategies - Reviewing prescribed medicines to assess potential risks and benefits - Adapting the nursing home environment to make it easier for
Ethnography We all think of medical physicians and nurses whenever we feel the onset of the slightest cold, but there is another group of professionals that provide us with the medication we need: pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. The main role of a pharmacist is to dispense medication to their patients according to the prescription given. Before this, they must ensure that they dispense the right drugs and make sure the strength and dosage of the medicine are appropriate, as well as ensuring the medication is safe. Pharmacists give advice to their patients in assuring the appropriate use of medications. It is important to tell the patient the name of the drug, what the drug is used for, when to take the drug, how many times per day to take the drug, whether the drug should be taken before meals, the method of taking the drug, and its side effects.
I checked my patients one by one to see if they were stable and responsive. With Nurse Dre Dre, the night nurse, I got to do suctioning, tracheotomy care and start feedings. I feel like I’m getting confidently effective with my communication skills everyday that my I’m learning and enhancing my nursing skills. I was able to educate a family member who was not wearing protective equipment inside an isolation room the importance of wearing one to prevent the spread of infections and promote wellness.
Hydration levels can be monitored closely to reduce their vulnerability of becoming dehydrated (Shepherd, 2011). Water, cow’s milk, infant formula and juice is readily available for children and infants on the ward to maintain hydration levels and encourage drinking and parents are advised of this as per the guidelines of The Hospital Food Standards (Jeffrey, 2015) in order to reduce patient vulnerability. Healthcare professionals closely monitor fluid balance and look out for dehydration signs in the child, it sometimes becomes necessary to prevent dehydration from escalating and to intervene by placing some young children and infants on intravenous rehydration, this is a quick way of rehydrating a child who is moderately to severely dehydrated in order to prevent their condition from deteriorating further leaving young children and infants vulnerable to health complications such as organ failure (Ellis, 2016). An important part of reducing the child’s vulnerability is the education offered to parents and care givers since they are highly dependent on them for all aspects of care, health and wellbeing. There are many public information campaigns which parents are informed about regarding