According to the victim, on yesterday morning, the victim was brushing her teeth when her mother (Melissa) came into the bathroom, pulled her hair, and twisted her arm twice. Melissa pushed her against the counter with a chair (in the kitchen), and hit her several times over the top of her head with the kitchen pot lid. The victim screamed for her father (Joseph), and Joseph sent mom away to calm down. There were no visible marks or bruises. On yesterday (04/02/2016), the victim reported the incident to Mrs. McAllister, and Mrs. McAllister noticed a red mark on the top of the child’s head (in her hair area).
I wake up like this every morning. I am angry all the time, and I don’t know why!” Shortly after her conversation, she hangs up the phone and proceeds to step down the stairs, only to trip and fall, seriously injuring herself. Jean is shown in a later scene, speaking to Rick. She explains, with a hint of gratitude, that Maria was the one who drove her to the hospital after her fall, stating that Carol, the friend who she was talking to, was too busy “getting a massage” to come and help her. After her accident, Jean is significantly more friendly towards Maria.
The first way that Quarta never gave up is that she never gave up on being the same. This shows that she wanted to be like everyone else. Also, they are confident because they are brave. Quarta is brave because she saved kako from the tide pool. This explain that
“What are you doing,” Carol exclaims. “You know I’m allergic! You said you were going to keep them in the guest room.” Dan contemplates if Carol wasn’t rescued by those fireman from her apartment a few days ago. Just as that thought crosses his mind, Kristina, his lovely, overly-enthusiastic wife, skips into the kitchen with her son staying close by her side on his portable piano. “Hi, Dan!
When we got to the hospital, I walked through the emergency room, but the surgical waiting room was closed. My mom and I were confused because I was my doctor 's first patient. When they opened the door the receptionist quickly gave me the paperwork and I started to fill them out. I freak out while I was filling out the papers because they had written out that I tore my right ACL when I tore my left ACL. I went to the counter and told the receptionist “ Excuse me ma 'am, the information on the forms are wrong.” The lady then looked at the paper and realized it was wrong and started to laugh and said “ I am so sorry I wrote the wrong one down.” I knew that if I didn 't notice the papers they would have done surgery on my right knee instead of the left knee.
With the use of consistent handoff tools, there is likely not a missing piece of information that leaves the receiving nurse with gaps in any information. The inconsistency of use of different tools such as SBAR (Situation-Background-Assessment-Recommendation) or electronic handoff methods is where information gets lost. The use of SBAR is commonly used to maintain uniform communication. In example of the use of SBAR against the situation mention earlier, the known history of imprisonment with bloody sputum were not mentioned in the background or assessment piece of handoff. Not only did this impact patient safety but also the safety of nursing staff.
We, as nurses, must keep the communication open with the patient throughout their hospital stay, so the patient remains abreast of what is going on with their care. With the enhanced recovery program, patients don’t have to ask for their pain medication, the medication is on a set schedule. When patients are made aware that the nurse will bring the medication without the patient having to ask for it, decreases patient anxiety. When patients are less anxious, they are able to become more knowledgeable about their care, and teaching is much easier for the nurse
Do you believe in magic? Or in this case miracles. Amber Smith wrote about a mother by the name of Tina Maldonado who experienced a life changing miracle and faced any parents’ biggest nightmare; their child’s life at stake, in the article “A Life Saved”. It was April 1st, 2003, Tina was in her living room that afternoon folding laundry as she saw her two-year-old Kandisse, walk up to a locked door that lead from their pool area to the living room that Tina was in. In A Life Saved Tina states, “I told her to walk around to the back door.
Mariam: Honey, I am home! You will never believe what happened at work today. (saying as putting coat on rack and hanging bag up) Mirror: Mariam is the working mother of three children that provides for her family as much as she can. Little does she know, the husband that she calls out for is dead along with her three children. Mariam: (walking into living room) Today I got a
Chasity couldn’t remember what she was running from, other than bumping her head and her vision being distorted. Her mother then took her inside their old white house with its shingles falling off and into the kitchen to get her cleaned up. In the house lived Chasity, her mother, her uncle Dave, and her grandparents. Chasity is thirteen years old and was born with a twin sister. She was told that her sister 's name was Lilly and that she died after birth.
On 7/20/2015 S/O EMT Perez was dispatched to MG-601 regarding a fall. S/O EMT Perez knocked and announced his presence at the door, when there was no answer S/O EMT Perez annonced his presnece again and began to search the apartment. S/O EMT Perez found the resident, a Mrs. Doris Cotts on her bathroom floor by her toilet. Mrs.Cotts stated that she had slipped from her motorized scooter and fell onto the floor. Mrs.Cotts stated had no injuries but wished to be lifted up back on her motorized scooter.
On 1/20/2015 SO EMT Perez was dispatched to KC-304 regarding skin pain. SO EMT Perez knocked, announced his presence and was verbally invited in by the resident. The resident, a Mrs. Marian Fox stated that she has been having some severe skin irritation the last couple of hours and she wanted a second opinion on what she should do. SO EMT Perez performed an assesment which revealed the following; Blood Pressure 120/80, Pulse 64, no visible lesions or abrasions of the area where Mrs. Fox was complaining of pain and no other pain outside the ordinary. Mrs. Fox than decided to lay back in her bed.
On 7/9/15 worker made an unannounced visit to the residence of Ms. Bernice Connell, for the purpose of making first victim contact. Ms. Kayley McKinnon, granddaughter-in-law of Ms. Connell greeted worker at the door and showed worker to Ms. Connell 's room. The room was cluttered but did not present with an odor. Ms. Connell was lying in bed watching TV, she was appropriately dressed with good personal hygiene. Ms. Connell stated she had lived with her son, Earnest McKinnon, and daughter-in-law, Arlinda McKinnon, for two years.
On 4/3/2016 SO EMT Perez was dispatched to PV-511 for a welfare check regaurding a BP check. SO EMT Perez knocked and announced his presence at the door and was verbally invited into the apartment by the resident a Mrs. Sylvia Goodstein. Mrs. Goodstein stated that she was feeling much better and did not wish to have her blood pressure taken. At this point Mrs. Sylvia Goodstein stated that she was satisfied with her care and that SO EMT Perez was free to leave her on her own accord. SO EMT Perez cleared the scene shortly