Nutrition and the Client_F10

Nutrition and the Client_F10 - Kimberly Glenn MN, RN, CPN...

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Kimberly Glenn MN, RN, CPN Clinical Associate Professor N 312 Foundations
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S AFETY - System Specific Assessment: Lab Cholesterol triglycerides Hemoglobin electrolytes Albumin/pre- albumin BUN Diagnostic Tests A Height A Weight A BMI (body mass index) A A Weight 2 SAFETY Model developed by Zager & Manning 2009
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S A FETY - Analysis of Assessments Key Nursing Diagnoses / Concepts Imbalanced nutrition: less/more than body requirements Deficient/excess fluid volume Feeding self-care deficit Risk for Aspiration 3 SAFETY Model developed by Zager & Manning 2009
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S AFETY - System Specific Assessment : Risk for Aspiration i Pharyngeal pooling i Cough i Change in voice after swallowing VS: difficulty breathing Oxygen saturation: ??? SAFETY Model developed by Zager & Manning 2009 4
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SA F ETY-  First Priority Nursing  Interventions   - Aspirations Position in high fowlers or in chair A Observe feeding A Inspect mouth for pockets of food A Thicken food-consistency of mashed potato A Tuck chin when swallowing A Observe for coughing, choking, gagging and drooling A Don’t rush feeding A Small bites/chew thoroughly A Possible consultation with speech therapist SAFETY Model developed by Zager & Manning 2009 5 M
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Types of diets Clear liquid: can see through it A Full liquid: also dairy products A Pureed: clear/full liquids plus
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Enteral Tube Feeding Nasogastric, Gastrostomy You are responsible for info presented in lab PEG: into stomach i Jejunostomy: into jejunum
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Parenteral Nutrition (PN) Administered to clients who are unable to digest or absorb nutrition via GI track i Peripheral or through a central line i Initiating parenteral nutrition i Preventing complications i When lipids are added to parenteral nutrition it’s referred to as TPN (total parenteral nutrition)
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SAFETY  – Nutrition  SAFE TY - Nutrition S –System Specific Assessment A Analysis Nurs DXs / Concepts F - First / Priority Interventions E –Evaluation of Expected Outcomes Flaccid muscle tone Mental status chgs Loss of appetite Chg bowel pattern
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