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91W10 Advanced Individual Training Course Clinical Handbook Supportive Care 3 Department of the Army Academy of Health Sciences Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234
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Academy of Health Sciences 91W10 Field Training Workbook - Index i Basic Nursing Assessment ………………. .……………………………………. .…….….1-8 ± Facts about Physical Assessment ± Basic techniques used in performing an assessment ± Components of the patient assessment ± Guidelines for documentation of physical assessment Nursing Documentation …………….………. .………………. .………………………….9-17 ± Medical Records Purposes and Confidentiality ± Medical Record Documentation Procedures ± Content of Medical Record Entries ± Medical Record Forms ± Functions Performed by Composite Health Care System (CHCS) Medication Administration ………………………. ..…………………………………. .…18-27 ± Drug effects – Mechanism of action ± Routes of drug administration ± Bulk and Unit Dose Medications ± Guidelines and Principles ± Dosage ± Principles ± Medication Errors Pain Assessment and Management …………………………………………………….28-33 ± Facts related to the pain experience ± Origins of Pain ± Responses to Pain ± Factors Affecting the Pain Experience ± Components of Pain Assessment ± Methods used in the Relief of Pain ± 91W Solider Medic' s Role in Pain Management Pharmacology for the Soldier Medic ……………………….………………………. .…34-52 ± Sources of Drugs ± Use of Drugs ± Factors that Affect the Desired Effect of a Drug ± Routes of Administration ± Adverse Reactions to Drugs ± Medications for use by the Soldier Medic
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Academy of Health Sciences 91W10 Basic Nursing Assessment 1 TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE Given the necessary medical equipment in a holding or ward setting. You are providing casualty care as part of an integrated team in a Minimal Care Ward. Facts about Physical Assessment The systematic collection and analysis of subjective and objective data (facts). This information is collected to provide a database. (1) Subjective data (2) Objective data (3) Data Base Assessment is used to establish a database for the patient. It is the basis on which patient strengths and health problems are identified. The primary source of patient information is the patient. Other resources include: (1) Patient's support persons (2) Patient record (3) Information from other health care professionals The physical assessment is focused primarily on the functional abilities of the patient Purposes of a physical assessment: (1) To confirm the patient's history or to observe findings not reported in the history (2) To obtain a physical and mental database on the patient which can be used for nursing intervention (3) To evaluate or measure the quality of the care (intervention) given to the patient Considerations in patient preparation for a physical assessment (1)
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