The nurse notices the patient is having trouble breathing, she also alerts other team members to assist her in getting equipment for emergencies. It is important to know there is a team of health care professionals working together for each patient. Once the nurse has started her initial assessment, other health professionals, MD, specialists, radiology, nursing assistants, respiratory therapy, social worker, and other nurses assist to stabilize homeostasis of the patient. Physical observations: Dyspnea, increase in her respiration rate and pulse. Through observation, the nurse seen that the patient was alert upon arrival, but, then became unresponsive with increased difficulty breathing.
The ambulance will then make its journey to the hospital and take the patient to A & E or resus depending on the severity. When the patient has been taken to hospital the staff nurses will do blood tests and possibly do scans, they will also monitor the patient checking their skin colour, breathing rate and blood pressure. Once the patient has been monitored they will be admitted to the ward where they will be monitored some more, once it is all clear medication will be given and they will be discharged, the patient may receive a prescription and a follow up appointment with the GP, if needed the patient may need physio or an occupational therapist. Respiratory System Asthma If a person is having an asthma attack then it is important to make sure they take their own inhaler
Her history includes the recent start of a new blood pressure medication: lisinopril (Micromedex, 2013). The other medications Mrs. Baker takes are metformin, to control blood sugar (Micromedex, 2013), and hydrochlorothiazide, to eliminate excess fluid (Micromedex, 2013). When Mrs. Baker arrived in the ER, the nurse was able to ask a few questions but she then became unresponsive with difficulty breathing. The immediate goal of the emergency medical team is to stabilize the patient through restoration of homeostasis. Homeostasis is the ability of the body to maintain stability within its environment by managing external changes (Biology-online, 2013).
Follow up of urologic appointments should be continued for test and treatment. PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME (PMS) A female patient complains of typical premenstrual syndrome symptoms. The office has printed information for patient teaching about this condition. The physician requests you to provide the information sheets to the patient and review them with her. How do you approach this patient-teaching opportunity?
A nurse will be available at the clinic to interview these individuals on their sicknesses and what they have been doing for treatment. This will also help the client express their feelings and develop a therapeutic relationship. Any stress that the client is feeling can be addressed with the nurse. This will help benefit the community by decreasing diseases or sickness; such as, TB, SARDS, diabetes, pneumonia or psychological disorders by being the first responder and advocating for our town, this will definitely reduce medical
The nurses know how to revive a patient in the case of an emergency while waiting for other medical help. The nurse clearly violated the patient’s autonomy even when she knew about the facilities
-Measure Oxygen Saturation In assessing Josh’s breath sounds the nurse should ask him to perform which action? -Breathe deeply through the mouth To measure capillary refill the nurse must perform which action? -Compress Josh’s nailbed The nurse plan’s to measure Josh’s oxygen saturation with a spring-tension finger clip. While the nurse is explaining the procedure Josh asks if it will hurt. Which response is best for the nurse to provide?
into a patient? Nurses must learn how to deliver Intravenous Therapy or I.V. therapy correctly. I.V. placement can put the lives of the patient in danger.
The second one is for the long term control of asthma which is the Fluticasone propionate metered dose. Those inhalers are very effective to those who have asthma, but first things first go to your GP and consult for further information. Based on my research about physiological disorder, it says that studies have linked psychological morbidity to poor control of asthma, but have not objectively measured the process to treat, and have linked poor process to depression, but have not measured asthma severity. In that study they assessed asthma and psychological morbidity and objectively measured process to medication and showed that psychological morbidity in those with asthma is significantly increased when control of asthma is poor, especially when control is poor and adherence to inhaled steroid regimen is low. List of all individual who would be involved in the care and support of individual with physiological disorder Asthma care provider Which means that weather a nurse or doctor, your provider should have experience in treating asthma and know the current treatment guidelines.
With the complete EMR system, NCH uses the medication administration bar-code-system to administer medications to patients. This reduces medication errors by making sure the patients receive the right medication. There are other changes made to ensure safe delivery of care, such as time out where before each procedure the surgical team will stop to make sure it is the right patient, the right procedure, and the right site for surgery. Other ways also practiced are preventing hospital acquired pneumonia, hospital acquired infection, hospital acquired urinary tract infections and decubitus