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UNIVERSIDAD ANA G. MENDEZ ESCUELA DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y COMUNICACIONES NURS210 NURSING INFORMATICS AGOSTO - DICIEMBRE 2019 PT 1 GUIDED REFLECTION QUESTIONS KENNETH BRONSON (CASE 1) Sometido por: Myrna Liz Fernández Rodríguez S00901407 Preparado para: Profa. Elizabet Ramos Miércoles 10:00am - 12:59pm 08/14/2019 – 12/11/2019
Medical Case 1: Kenneth Bronson Guided Reflection Questions 1.How did the scenario make you feel? a.On the first try it made me nervous because I wasn’t expecting that sudden change in scenario. 2.What signs and symptoms led you to the conclusion that Kenneth Bronson was experiencing an allergic reaction? a.The rash that he developed and his sudden difficulty to breathe that followed the administration of Ceftriaxone. 3.Discuss the differences between mild, moderate, and severe anaphylactic reactions. a.Mild- A skin rash, localized itching or congestion. b.Moderate- Wide spread itching or difficulty breathing.
c.Severe- Itching, swellingof themouth, throat, andtonguethat can make breathing and swallowing difficult, hives, abdominal pain, cramps, vomiting, diarrhea, mental confusion or dizziness. 4.Discuss the importance of follow-up assessments post-reaction. a.It is important to do follow-up assessments post-reaction because some secondary reactions can come later on and its important to educate the patient on what to do in case of another reaction. 5.What further needs does Kenneth Bronson have at the end of the scenario that future nursing care should address? a.Assessment of the rash, fever and difficulty breathing.
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6.Reflect on how you would communicate with family members in an emergency situation if they were present at the bedside. a.When communicating with family members during an emergency situation one must be empathetic and clear about what proceeds and what is being done to resolve the issue. 7.After completing the simulation and reflecting on your experience, what would you do differently (or the same) for the patient experiencing acute respiratory distress? a.Make sure that his airways are not obstructed and contact his provider immediately explaining situation. 8.How could you prepare for clinical in order to plan ahead for potential patient emergencies? a.Always be ready to expect a complication to ensure I am ready for any scenario.
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