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5/28/2020Feedback Log & Score — Andrew Davis May 28, 2020 3:48 PM1/5Date of CompletionMay 28, 2020 3:48 PMAndrew DavisAge:56 yearsDiagnosis:Alcohol withdrawal syndromeScore000100%
5/28/2020Feedback Log & Score — Andrew Davis May 28, 2020 3:48 PM2/5Feedback Log0:00Patient0:00You checked scene safety. It was correct to check scene safety in order tomaintain your own safety.0:06You introduced yourself.0:28You washed your hands.0:35You identified the patient.0:50You assessed the respiration.1:01You checked the radial pulse.1:16You measured the temperature.1:33You measured the blood pressure.1:49You checked the pulse oximetry.2:12You said: Alcohol withdrawal can cause a variety of symptoms, some of whichcan be dangerous to your overall health. I am going to ask you a series ofquestions to assess your current health status and your level of alcoholwithdrawal symptoms. The assessment tool is called the Clinical InstituteWithdrawal Assessment, or CIWA.2:27The patient said: Why are you asking me so many questions? You are making myheadache worse.\nYou answered: I appreciate how difficult it is to answer somany questions; however, I need to complete an assessment of you today. \nYouused the therapeutic technique of giving information.2:43You said: Have you vomited? The patient said: No.2:57You observed the patient's sweat.
5/28/2020Feedback Log & Score — Andrew Davis May 28, 2020 3:48 PM