• Em Codes
    function. Nurse reviews the results and advises the patient that tests are normal and no change in dosage is indicated. 99211 This patient is an existing patient with an established history, so 99211 is the proper E/M code to use. 4. 62-year-old diabetic female presents for check-up and dressing change...
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  • Hello
    Pathogens Quiz 1. The nurse is performing a dressing change on a client who has a Staphylococcus infection in an abdominal incision. What infection control precautions will the nurse implement? SELECT ALL THAT APPLY. a. Wear clean gloves to remove the old dressing. b. Put on a gown...
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  • Management of Change
    change through an appropriate management of change theory. The change will be aimed at nurses’ attitudes to wound assessment, a presentation will be designed and implemented into the re-education of post registration nurses, it will also provide an analytic discussion of barriers to change and ways in which...
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  • ADN vs. BSN educational preparation
    to become a Registered Nurse in the United States. There are diploma programs, associate degree programs (AD), and baccalaureate degree (BSN) programs. Graduates from all three of these programs are eligible to take the same licensing exam and obtain the same registered nurse license in their respective...
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  • Girl
    patient, the nurse notices redness over a bony prominence. What is indicated when a reddened area blanches on fingertip touch? A) A local skin infection requiring antibiotics B) Sensitive skin that requires special bed linen C) A stage III pressure ulcer needing the appropriate dressing D) Blanching...
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  • Research Methods: Critics of a Qualitative and Quantitative Paper on Pressure Sore Ulcer
    Advance Nursing (JAN) which will be referred as ‘article one’. A quantitative paper published in the Journal of Wound Care which will be referred as ‘article two’ in this essay. Both articles are wound care related. In order to examine the strength and weakness of the articles, the author of this essay will...
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  • Differences in Competencies Between Associate Degree and Baccalaureate Degree Nurses
    Baccalaureate Degree Nurses Nursing education can be confusing because there are so many ways to become a nurse. However, throughout history, nurse leaders have advocated the importance of higher education for nurses. But as nursing shortages developed, the need for more and more nurses became apparent...
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  • Hcr220 Week5
    blood work to monitor therapeutic levels and kidney function. A nurse reviews the results and advises the patient that tests are normal, and no change in dosage is indicated. Code: 99211 This is an example of incident to service. The nurse is following the guidelines set forth by the physician. #4...
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  • Pediatrics Case Study
    with all math problems. CASE Ivana Alexandrovich, 8 yr old Admitted 18 hours ago with fracture R femur & R clavicle, open wound on R foot, chest & abdominal bruising. Presented in ER 24 hours ago after motor vehicle accident, restrained in back seat. R leg placed in traction...
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  • Master
    the skin. In the early stages, pressure sores can be treated at home by relieving the pressure, cleaning the sores and applying the appropriate dressing. In the later stages of severity, professional medical treatment, possibly, surgery, will be necessary. Pressure sores are especially prevalent on...
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  • principles of personal development
    session we learnt about how PEG feeds work and how the nurses feed the clients who have PEG feeds inserted. Also what us as care workers should look out for around the area where the peg is inserted, how we should clean the area and to inform the nurses on anything. I now know how the PEG works and how...
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  • chero.burn.1
    1. The nurse is caring for a client with an electrical burn. Which structures have the greatest risk for soft tissue injury? A. Fat, tendons, and bones B. Skin and hair C. Nerves, muscle, and blood vessels D. Skin, fat, and muscle 2. Which laboratory result would be expected during...
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  • Student
    routine blood work to monitor therapeutic levels and kidney function. A nurse reviews the results and advises the patient that tests are normal, and no change in dosage is indicated. 99211 - This is clearly an incident-to service. The nurse is following the guidelines set forth by the physician.     ...
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  • Adam Nursing care study
    His mother whom he lives with had summoned the G.P. to the house as she was worried about his general state of health and in particular about open wounds on his heels that had begun to smell. His condition was deteriorating rapidly but he did not want the doctor called and this led to a significant delay...
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  • Definition of Nursing
    Burgess Submitted to Sarah P. Combs PhD, MPH, RN in partial fulfillment of NR444 Professional Role Development Regis University February 1, 2012 Nurses have been described as “lacking professional commitment and motivation, low in risk taking and change-making, having a ‘blue-collar mentality,’ being...
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  • Aed Reflection
    a simple laceration wound dressing for Miss Ng, a 34-year-old female client with left index finger slammed by a door. Before I called Miss Ng to MOT, I skimmed her AED note and enquired Miss Chan, my mentor, about the wound dressing. Miss Chan told me that it was a simple dressing with Hibitane cleansed...
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  • Compression therapy for venous ulcers
    goal in the management of venous ulcers is to focus on the edema. Edema is a by-product of poor blood outflow and the resultant venous hypertension. Wounds will not heal if the edema and underlying hypertension are not addressed. The two ways to decrease edema and venous hypertension are to utilize the...
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  • Adn vs Bsn Educational Benefits
    University Lorraine Hover, MSN, BA, RN May 25, 2012 ADN vs. BSN: Differences in Competencies There are two different routes to becoming a Registered Nurse (RN). You have the Associates Degree Nursing (ADN) program which is considered the fast track program taking approximately two years to complete, and...
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  • Contribute to the Complex Nursing Care of Clients
    injured or to if it works properly | How to observe | To do the 5 P’s | To complete common neurological observation chart | Who to observe | Nurse and doctor | Urgency | Both are urgent as they are related to the nerve system. | Pulse oximetry is a non-invasive method allowing the monitoring...
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  • Rn vs Bsn
    States offers many levels of competency falling under the licensed title of registered nurse (RN). These levels offered in a continuum, begin with nursing as a vocation in the form of licensed practical/vocational nurse (LPN/LVN) followed by an associate degree (ADN), baccalaureate of science degree (BSN)...
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