The health care team provided warm blanket for the mother and dimmed the lights so she could rest while they closely assessed her. Marrisa and I left right after the providers made the mother comfortable due to the time restrains, because it was the end of our clinical rotation for the day. One of my many views regarding this procedure is that safety is always first. The health care team made sure that the patient was safe during the whole procedure. In addition, the maintenance of the patient’s body integrity and privacy were provided by only exposing the body part that was being operated on.
He assured my mother he would take care of the baby while she rest. After Suzanne heard this, she could finally have some rest. (Henry et al., 2016). Suzanne describes Abel being very involved. She chuckles as she says “he was person to change your first poopy diaper” (Reyes, 2018).
This critical incident involved a first time mother who gave birth at pre temp- 35weeks. Baby stayed in hospital for two weeks before being discharged home. After about two days of being home, mother called her health visitor, the student‘s practice teacher to inform her that baby was having breathing difficulties. Health visitor advised Lilly take the baby to A&E straight away which she did. Baby stayed in hospital for a further 7days before being discharged.
Appendix NCLEX Questions The following two alternate format NCLEX questions were created related to the case study information and focus on the nursing responsibilities prior to blood administration and the signs/symptoms of acute hemolytic transfusion reactions. NCLEX Question #1 The RN on day shift is looking after Anita, a 93-year-old female patient in with an upper GI bleed. Anita’s latest lab results show an Hgb of 62 g/L. The registered nurse notifies the physician, who then orders for Anita to receive 1 unit of packed red blood cells (PRBCs). What are some of the nursing responsibilities before administering the ordered PRBCs?
For this assignment, Gibbs (1988) reflective framework will be used. Gibbs model reflects on six defined stages encouraging the nurse to think systematically, each stage provides structure and a methodical understanding of reflection throughout. Davies (2012) believes Gibbs reflective framework is an excellent example, one which is mainly used within health. Throughout this reflection my patient will be given anonymity using a false name to protect her identity and respect her confidentiality, she will be referred to as Mrs Glover (NMC Code, 2015). Mrs Glover is a young female of 26, who recently had bowel surgery, which has resulted in a stoma site being formed.
One of us quickly put on the blood pressure cuff, applied the SPO2 probe and connect the ECG lead to check on her vital sign. I also immediately do the physical checking to check for any bruises or cut. Another staff nurse went to inform the doctor in-charge regarding the incident, where I stayed near Madam Y to comfort and reassured her. I was relief knowing that all the vital sign was normal and she didn’t get any post trauma cut. Around 1.45PM the next afternoon shift staff arrived.
Next, I will be discussing on implications of fall risk on the risk of liability in nursing. Finally, some conclusion will be drawn as to summarize the assignment. There was an incidence happened when I about to start my 4th day of clinical posting duty, mostly I will get to know and check on my patients first with the updated patient’s information as usual after the report was taken. I go straight to my responsible cubicle. Check for every patient’s need.
If the patient is not a high risk patient, the fall assessment is done weekly or upon change in patient condition. Not forgetting pediatric patients, it is a must to nurse patient who are below then three years old in a baby cot. Patel (2010) explained that to ensure and maintain a good quality service for patient, regular audits must be conducted to ensure services which are needed meets the purpose and registered nurses adheres to professional
Since I was a young parent I worked in Buffalo until the late ninety’s, and moved to Sacramento CA and for twenty years leaving my daughter by her choice, and I took her young two year old son. I learned what humility was. My first job was working in a nursing home I received my nursing certificate, working with mental and physical patients, I learned a lot of empathy. Working with Transitional Living Community Support, taught me about mental health, and homeless, and how people suffer everyday with this disease, and how being homeless is not always by choice. While, working at TLCS I worked with CARE Connection, a program to recruit homeless hoboes and, homeless from the railroads and from under the byways and bridges.
A non-invasive procedures Time scheduled for each patient: 45 minutes Total number of patient: 5. Clinic time: Wednesday morning 8 am -12pm Duration of placement: 1 month Learning situation (max 500 words) Purpose: At the end of the clinical session, the learner should be able to: 1- Perform a focused patient-centered history and focused physical examination for diverse patient referred to the clinical neurophysiology clinic 2- Perform upper limb nerve conduction studies in patients referred to clinical neurophysiology clinic. 3- Perform analysis ,interpret and report findings of nerve conduction study. 4- Demonstrate
The registered nurse (RN) at the clinical site is responsible for identifying students’ health-related barriers to learning and developing a plan for service to reduce those barriers (BCPS, 2017). There are multiple levels of management above her level in the organization. My preceptor fits into the organizational chart at the lower end of the organizational chart. My RN preceptor has one individual under her scope of authority that she manages once per week. The type of structure BCPS has is formal (Schatz, 2017).