1.nurses not educated on a unfamiliar disease
2.lack of awareness, clarification and brainstorming
3.lack of communication between doctors, ending up in duplicate labs and x-rays 4.violation of HIPPA regulations
Some positive manners in this book that was portrayed:
1. Ginnie one of the physical therapist, going above the call of duty by coming in on her off shifts every Sunday evenings to care for Sue. (pg 239) 2.the nurse in Dr. Lohman’s office allowing Bill to read a paragraph in a medical book about Guillain-Barre syndrome. (pg 25) 3. building patient and nurse trust relationships
3.Reaction of Sue’s husband.
What a faithful, loving, caring, thoughtful, selflessness and very attentive man he was to his wife’s needs. He became very active throughout her whole hospital stay coming up with a call bell for assistance from staff, meeting with Dr. Lohmann on a regular basis, taking over the house finances, praying with her, faithfully visiting with her sometimes twice a day. He became a single parent within weeks and became very involved in his two daughters lives continuing to keep prior engagements. 4.A few health problems encountered were lack of bedside manners, communication from doctors, nurses and physical therapists. Lack of knowledge of patient diagnosis. 5.My personal reaction if I received this type of nursing care that Sue received would not have been good. When I became able enough to return back to...