Presentation Summary : Management of the Unconscious Patient By Donna, Gill, Sharon and Catherine. Neurological Status Glasgow Coma Scale this is a tool used to evaluate three categories of ...
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Presentation Summary : A semiconscious patient with a gag reflex An unconscious patient with an intact gag reflex A patient who fell 20 feet and landed on his or her head An unconscious ...
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Presentation Summary : Title: Approach to an unconscious Patient Author: Irfan Last modified by: ali abbasi Created Date: 11/15/2007 10:24:13 AM Document presentation format
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Presentation Summary : ... but otherwise indicates severe cerebral damage. Management of the unconscious patient Treatment of the underlying cause Maintenance of normal physiology: ...
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Presentation Summary : ... Max dose Morphine 10 mg IVP Benzocaine eliminates the gag reflex The conscious patient will have a gag reflex For the unconscious patient, ...
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Presentation Summary : Place towel or protective cover over patient’s chest to protect clothes. If the patient is unconscious, cover the bed with a waterproof cover and towel.
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Presentation Summary : When Glucagon is used, place the unconscious patient on his/her side, supporting the head, give the IM injection, and closely observe the patient.
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Presentation Summary : True B. False Answer Answer: B. False When caring for an unconscious patient, the nurse should speak in a normal tone of voice and assume the patient can hear him.
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Presentation Summary : Stereotyping and unconscious bias ... Health systems-level factors – financing, structure of care; cultural and linguistic barriers Patient-level factors ...
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Presentation Summary : ... Appearance of wakefulness, awareness of the self and environment Unconscious ... Psychogenic unresponsiveness The patient, although apparently unconscious, ...
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Presentation Summary : Psychoanalytic Therapy Sigmund Freud The Psychoanalytic Perspective Unconscious according to Freud, a reservoir of mostly unacceptable thoughts, wishes, feelings and ...
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Presentation Summary : CHAPTER 8 The Initial Assessment What should be done immediately upon contact to an unconscious patient? What are some considerations when opening the airway of an ...
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Presentation Summary : 813-814 Brushing: Unconscious Patient See performance checklist in syllabus Safety is of utmost importance Prevent aspiration Positioning—lateral position ...
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Presentation Summary : In order to optimize the care of the unconscious patient in a hospital, it will be helpful to know the cause of the unconsciousness.
Source : http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/tatiah/Emergency%20course%20presentations/2-%20VITAL%20SIGNS%20and%20care%20of%20unconscious%20patient.pptx
Presentation Summary : Patient Rights Unit 5 Patient Rights 1960’s: patients turned to nurses for information Protection of patient’s right to refuse treatment Informed consent Right to ...
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Presentation Summary : Assess the airway. If the patient is alert and able to answer questions, the airway is open. In an unconscious patient, you must open the airway.
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Presentation Summary : ... straight leg raising The Unconscious Patient Key Points Hand drop from over head Pupillary size & response to light - PERL Abnormal eye movements Grimacing, ...
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Presentation Summary : Cardiac Arrest During Transport (2 of 2) If patient becomes unconscious during transport: Check pulse. Stop the vehicle. Perform CPR until AED is available.
Source : http://www2.fiu.edu/~dohertyj/HSC%204406_Ch12.ppt
Presentation Summary : In the unconscious patient, by tilting the head back to achieve an open airway. Breathing Respiration rate. Depth. The amount of effort used. Oxygen saturation.
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Presentation Summary : Fear of increased pain Assessment of the unconscious patient Persistent vs. fleeting expression Grimace or physiologic signs Incident vs. rest pain Distinction from ...
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Presentation Summary : Respiratory distress The patient exhibits increased work of breathing but the patient is ... or impending arrest Unconscious/unresponsive to stimuli 2 ...
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Presentation Summary : Patient’s Bill of Rights and ... Subject Unable to Consent What if the subject Lacks capacity Has diminished decisional capacity Is a minor Is unconscious Who is a ...
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Presentation Summary : Review Answer: B Rationale: You cannot assess or treat an unconscious patient’s breathing until the airway is patent—that is, open and free of obstructions.
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Presentation Summary : Motor function response in an unconscious patient is purposeful when the nurse applies a painful stimulus and the patient does which of the following?
Source : http://tegrity.fresnocitycollege.edu/FCC/ec007/NCLEX%20201/Week%204%20Neuro%20and%20Psych%202%20STUDENTS.pptx
Presentation Summary : INDICATIONS. BLS Airway. Unconscious patient with unprotected airway and no gag reflex. Failed ALS airway
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