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List Of Nursing Intervention For Respiratory Syndrome According To Nanda
Are all of respiratory therapy duties covered under a nursing license and a nurse can do what they do?
Not exactly...: Respiratory therapists go through their own training and have to be licensed to do what they do. Nurses are able to do some of the basic respiratory therapy duties like auctioning a patient through an airway, giving metered dose inhalers, etc. But there are some respiratory responsibilities that nurses are not trained to do. Hope his helps!!! ...Read more
I had my BCG when I was 2 months old, I'm doing nursing and on a respiratory ward atm. Do I need another BCG jab? How long does it last? Help.
NONE: Assuming you have a virus, ignore all the noise from people trying to sell you things for this. Soup and other liquids may feel good in your throat. Nose spray can open your nose if severely stuffed. Antibiotics, vitamins, and herbs are all useless for this. Do not smoke. For severe cough there is albuteral inhaler. The less they know, the louder some people crow on this subject. ...Read more
Hello, I'm a nursing student from Holland. I'm searching for articles about the care plan for down syndrome. Do you know where I can find those?
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Is it safe to take "baby" asprin while breastfeeding? I am worried about increasing the risk of reye's syndrome in my nursing infant.
I have guillain barre syndrome, I can't walk, stand, roll over, sit up, or pretty much anything physical. Should I go to a nursing home?
See a rehab doctor: It would be a good idea to see a doctor who specializes in rehabilitation medicine. This person could help you determine what type of therapy may help as well as whether you need to be in a nursing home or not. ...Read more
Drive patient to hospital for cholecystectomy.
Antibiotics my slow disease process in the short term but this disease eventually comes to cholecystectomy ...Read more
Dengue Fever: I'm not a nurse, but the most important interventions are to maintain the patient's fluid status, watch for signs of bleeding, and keep the patient and family calm. For more detail: http://tinyurl. Com/889qxbg. ...Read more
Hypoxemia...: Refers to low levels of oxygen in the arterial blood which can lead to hypoxia (low levels in the tissues). This information is obtained by lab-ABG. If the patient is having symptoms-respiratory distress, difficulty breathing, increased rate of breathing a nurse should start oxygen and immediately alert the doctor. If no symptoms the nurse should make sure the doctor is aware of the abnormal lab ...Read more
Sorry but: I don't understand the question...Are you the nurse? ...Read more
Several: The nurse would ask questions about the pain such as where it is and how severe, measure vital signs such as blood pressure and pulse, and then notify the doctor. Depending on the assessment, the nurse might then give medication such as nitroglycerine or perform tests like an ekg. The nurse then would follow up to see if the pain improved. Wow, I could be a nurse, I think! ...Read more
Fluids: Basically they can give fluids and call md. ...Read more
Fall precautions: Cataracts cause halos/glare especially, blurry vision, loss of contrast sensitivity (decreased contrast between objects & background) & decreased vision especially in dark: Fall precautions important if cataract causing vision to be worse than 20/40; More info: eyedoc2020@blogspot. Com ...Read more
Do your homework: Your instructors will expect you to consult with and cite your training materials when you complete your homework. The jargon is specific and identifiable to such settings. This site is here to provide information to patients who have medical problems. ...Read more
Which nursing interventions are most appropriate for the patient diagnosed with fluid volume deficit after paracentesis.?
Multiple things: Paracentesis is done to remove fluid from the abdomen for a number of reasons, diagnostically or therapeutically. Diagnostic paracentesis usually removes only a small amount of fluid and is generally not associated with fluid deficit. Large volume paracentesis can be associated with hypotension (particularly orthostatic), tachycardia, diminished urine output. Keep IV patent, give Albumin as rx. ...Read more
Watch and Report: If acute, recognize irregular irregularity if rhythm and rapid rate and report. If chronic report rapid rates or signs oe symptoms of chf. ...Read more
That is a vague?: Are you a nurse? Do you deal with oncology nursing? Please give us some background which may better help us to address your question. ...Read more
What are you asking: What information are you seeking? Lung cancer is treated with surgery, and/or radiation, and/or chemotherapy. Nursing and non-medical interventions may be used for palliation of symptoms while going through treatment, or so-called "comfort care" when a person does not want, or will not benefit from direct treatment of the cancer. ...Read more
More than nursing: Stage 4 pressure sores extend to muscle or bone and generally are past the point where they will heal with pressure avoidance or nursing measures--they usually need surgery. The problem, though, is not cured with an operation--it can easily recur. So, before operating, it is necessary to know the risk of recurrence. If it is very high, it is better not to try to definitively treat the sore. ...Read more
Skin care: Leg casts for femur fractures can develop pressure sores at the proximal and distal areas of the cast. Also if in a very young child, soiling of the padding can lead to eventual skin breakdown. Meticulous inspection of the cast margins a couple times of day to make sure there are not visible pressure points, redness or abrasions would be helpful. Cast modification/change may be needed. ...Read more
Elevation: Non-drug interventions for lower extremity edema are all about increasing flow of lymph fluid back to the heart. Elevating the limbs to, or above, the level of the heart will help. Also, compression with ACE wraps or compression stockings will help squeeze the fluid out of the tissue and also help stop it from accumulating. If you are having new or worsened swelling, please see your physician. ...Read more
Minimal: 1. Encourage good hydration to encourage washout of the tracer from the kidneys. Be careful against over-hydration in cardiac patients. 2. Rest - usually the patient will have undergone an exercise or pharmacologic stress test, and will be tired. 3. As in any cardiac patient, close monitoring is recommended. ...Read more
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