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Contribute to the complex nursing care of clients Review the case study describing the care of Mr Barber and answer the questions related to his care. This assessment will evaluate your knowledge of: • Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology. • Interpretation of vital signs • Health policy • Communication • Documentation • Pharmacology • Role of the health care team Applies the correct infection control policy during care of Mr Barber: eg standard, contact, droplet and/or airborne precautions. Question One Applies the correct infection control policy during care of Mr Barber: eg standard, contact, droplet and/or airborne precautions. g Implements patient health assessment relevant to the case history Identifies anti-emetic medication prescribed during management of nausea and vomiting Question Two Documents patient identity information on the top of the ECG using the information in the case study Notes the relevant patient signs and symptoms at the time of recording Question Three Accurately documents in the progress notes using SBAR format. Question Four Phrases questions appropriately to evaluate Mrs Barberssafety. Taking into consideration empathy, cultural or spiritual elements. Outlines requirements for patient consent prior to divulging personal information. Demonstrates understanding of privacy policy Gives an example of information that is appropriate to provide to the neighbour during the telephone call. Question Six Identifies type of consent required during the care of Mr Barber (eg implied, verbal, written) Identifies abnormal vital signs prior to transfer to X-Ray Interprets vital signs and evaluates requirements for transfer to X-Ray including: o A list of vital signs that should be reviewed prior to departure o Identifies appropriate escort based on acuity and manual handling Implements safe manual handling techniques Demonstrates knowledge of scope of practice. Question Seven Dons correct PPE during care of Mr Barber Applies the DRABCD process to the case scenario Describes the relationship between patient assessment and evaluation of blood loss Question Eight Discusses pathophysiology of emphysema and relates this to the actions of seretide Identifies the correct type of seretide inhaler Uses patient education techniques to instruct Mr Barber on the correct use of his Seretide inhaler Question Nine Discusses the actions of at least three medications prescribed for osteoarthritis Question Ten Structures questions to evaluate the impact of osteoarthritis on activities of daily living. Question Eleven Describes nursing responsibilities after identifying the presence of the wound on Mr Barber’s lower leg. Question Twelve Identifies medico legal process to apply when Mr Barber refuses consent Demonstrates knowledge of scope of practice. Interacts with the health care team to provide optimal multidisciplinary treatment. Question Thirteen Identifies the role of various members of the health care team Interacts with the health care team to provide optimal multidisciplinary treatment.

Contribute to the complex nursing care of clients

Review the case study describing the care of Mr Barber and answer the questions related to his care. This assessment will evaluate your knowledge of:

• Anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology.
• Interpretation of vital signs
• Health policy
• Communication
• Documentation
• Pharmacology
• Role of the health care team

Applies the correct infection control policy during care of Mr Barber: eg standard, contact, droplet and/or airborne precautions.

Question One

Applies the correct infection control policy during care of Mr Barber: eg standard, contact, droplet and/or airborne precautions. g

Implements patient health assessment relevant to the case history

Identifies anti-emetic medication prescribed during management of nausea and vomiting

Question Two

Documents patient identity information on the top of the ECG using the information in the case study

Notes the relevant patient signs and symptoms at the time of recording

Question Three

Accurately documents in the progress notes using SBAR format.

Question Four

Phrases questions appropriately to evaluate Mrs Barberssafety. Taking into consideration empathy, cultural or spiritual elements.

Outlines requirements for patient consent prior to divulging personal information.

Demonstrates understanding of privacy policy

Gives an example of information that is appropriate to provide to the neighbour during the telephone call.

Question Six

Identifies type of consent required during the care of Mr Barber (eg implied, verbal, written)

Identifies abnormal vital signs prior to transfer to X-Ray

Interprets vital signs and evaluates requirements for transfer to X-Ray including:
o A list of vital signs that should be reviewed prior to departure
o Identifies appropriate escort based on acuity and manual handling

Implements safe manual handling techniques

Demonstrates knowledge of scope of practice.

Question Seven

Dons correct PPE during care of Mr Barber

Applies the DRABCD process to the case scenario

Describes the relationship between patient assessment and evaluation of blood loss

Question Eight

Discusses pathophysiology of emphysema and relates this to the actions of seretide

Identifies the correct type of seretide inhaler

Uses patient education techniques to instruct Mr Barber on the correct use of his Seretide inhaler

Question Nine

Discusses the actions of at least three medications prescribed for osteoarthritis

Question Ten

Structures questions to evaluate the impact of osteoarthritis on activities of daily living.

Question Eleven

Describes nursing responsibilities after identifying the presence of the wound on Mr Barber’s lower leg.

Question Twelve

Identifies medico legal process to apply when Mr Barber refuses consent

Demonstrates knowledge of scope of practice.

Interacts with the health care team to provide optimal multidisciplinary treatment.

Question Thirteen

Identifies the role of various members of the health care team

Interacts with the health care team to provide optimal multidisciplinary treatment.


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