Nvq Level 3 Unit 3

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Unit 1 Antibiotics – used to treat infections such a urine infection or chest infection. Antihistamines – used for treating allergic reactions and to relieve the symptoms of allerygies Analgesics – used to relieve pain these include paracetamol, codeine and morphine. Antacids – used to relieve indigestion and heartburn. Psychotropic Medicines – used to help with mental illness such as depression. Anti-coagulants – used to prevent a blood clot. Mainly used for stoke or heart attack patients. These include heparin and warfarin. Cytotoxic Medicines – used to stop the growth of cancer cell. These include methotrexate and procarbazine. Hormone Medicines – used to balance hormaone levels…show more content…
Also if there is a certain change or a contra action they have the correct information. The key points of legislation relating to confidentiality with regards to who records what, where and when are that it is the responsibility of the carer and client to ensure the document is stored out of view. The care plan is for carers only and must not be written in by anyone else. People who have access to it are those involved in the care of the client. The client always has a right to view any records that we may have of them. It should never be dissussed with anyone other than those that are caring for them. Records should be locked away or password protected. My role in maintaining confidentiality and keeping information secure is to make sure I keep my rota away from the public view as this has names, addresses and keysafe numbers on. I must make sure I put the care plan in a suitable place so it is out of the view of people who are not involved in the care of the client. I must also not discuss the clients care and records with anyone who is not involved with the care of the

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