Shelby wanted a child even after the doctors told her it would not be a good idea to have a child because of her health. The she got pregnant and she did not have a care in the world and just wanted to have the baby even when she was warned not to by multiple people. Her mom was the most worried about her because she knew that there would be a consequence on Shelby’s health if she did have the child. I see this play’s set on stage as a hairs salon just because while I was reading the play, I pictured a lot of the scenes in the hair salon. The effects would work because that’s exactly how the play started off and that is where a lot of scenes take
I will give my patient the pseudonym of Jane, who was diagnosed with psychotic depression. Jane was attending the bathroom when I was called to assist her. She felt unable and unmotivated to clean herself after utilising the toilet. I encouraged her to stand with minimal assistance as requested. I ensured that my voice was quiet throughout, so that no patients around us could hear what was happening.
She hurled insults at me to make me oblige to her demand. Shortly after that, I had a near miss when I was about to administer an injection for my patient. Consequently, my employer arrived at the clinic after his surgery and approved my sick leave (Moller, 2013). Feelings Nothing in my experience to date had prepared me for this, at least in such a situation, where nurses were supposed to support one another (Norris, 2012). My feelings of helplessness arose because of her seniority, and I thought, it was also due to my lack of assertiveness.
Therefore, Lactated Ringers is not an appropriate IV solution selection in this scenario. • F is incorrect because while patients over 70-years old are at risk for fluid overload, the nurse would assess the patient’s lungs, however assessment of the heart is not necessary. Moreover, the RN should measure vital signs and assess lung sounds before the transfusion, after the first 15 minutes and every 30 minutes to 1 hour, per agency policy, until 1 hour after the transfusion is completed (Silvestri, 2018). NCLEX Question #2 A nursing instructor is teaching a class of nursing students about acute hemolytic transfusion reactions. Which of the following statements regarding indications of an acute hemolytic transfusion reaction made by the student nurse would indicate the need for further education.
The main thing is to remain calm in this case, I informed the lead nurse about Mrs. Lake’s medicine; as well, as the liquid spill incident. I dealt with Mrs. Lake where Anna went to the nursing station to call the environmental service department and explained the spill problem to them. Clara has seen how I work diligently during the line of duty, thereafter she commented impressive performance out loud that everyone was listening. This puts a smile on face near the end of the shift, as I never felt so alive just to apply several principles from nursing theoreticians in my job could make a difference in many
Josie’s Story highlighted the importance of altruism, and the need for nurses and doctors to take a step back and truly listen. Josie’s death shouldn’t have happened, and would’ve probably been avoided if someone took the time to truly listen to her mother’s concerns. Reading Josie’s story opened my eyes to the dire need of communication between the medical team and patients and/or family members. Sorrel, Josie’s mother, tried numerous times to alert the medical team of the changes observed in her daughter, yet no one listened. She highlights the severe breakdown in communication and the necessary steps needed to rectify our medical
She paints the disgusting truth in blood. Halsey starts her speech, with a story of her friend Sam. She describes the setting of a Planned Parenthood waiting room. Sam and Halsey were waiting for a pregnancy test, because Sam was raped by a man who worked in the after school program. Sam is hoping she doesn’t need an abortion because she couldn’t afford it, and then her parents who be angry.
One day, 'Aḥmar's mother gave 'Aḥmar a box of pills and told her, "Here, take these to your grandmother; she is ill and unhappy, and these will help make her healthy again. Go straight there and don't go off the road, or you might lose the pills, and they are very expensive." "I'll be fine," said 'Aḥmar and went off. The grandmother lived in Raqqa, for she had refused to move when the war came. "Here's my home and here I'll stay!"
Well, so my younger self thought. Looking back, it actually changed for the better, and without the advice from my mother it is improbable that I would have got tested for this underactive thyroid disease. As I approached the doctor’s room she sat me down on the seat remotely close to her and apologised for assuming that my problems were only minor. Her ruddy cheeks of sheer embarrassment bounced of me as she sat there uneasily. My whole body froze as she stared deeply into my eyes, transferring the words “you’ll be on this medication for the rest of your life”.
I tried to blow it off but it took control. As I walked into my resource class my right arm went totally numb. I spoke to the teacher about what was happening, she had no clue so told me to contact my mother right away. She also brought me something to eat and some milk to see if I had eaten enough. That wasn’t the case.