6/3/2020Feedback Log & Score — Yoa Li Sept 26, 2019 5:45 PM2/7Feedback Log0:00You arrived at the patient's side.0:00You reviewed the patient information.0:00You reviewed the diagnostics.0:00You reviewed the MAR.0:00You reviewed the orders.0:00You introduced yourself.0:10You washed your hands. To maintain patient safety, it is important to wash yourhands as soon as you enter the room.1:10Patient status - ECG: Sinus bradycardia. Heart rate: 49. Pulse: Present. Blood pressure:116/66 mm Hg. Respiration: 8. Conscious state: Somnolent. SpO2: 92%. Temp: 99 F (37.4C)1:18You identified the patient. To maintain patient safety, it is important that youquickly identify the patient.1:36You attached the automatic noninvasive blood pressure (NIBP) measurementcuff. This will allow you to reassess the patient continuously.1:40You looked for normal breathing. He is breathing at 8 breaths per minute. Thechest is moving equally.2:08You listened to the lungs of the patient. The breath sounds are clear and equalbilaterally.2:10Patient status - ECG: Sinus bradycardia. Heart rate: 49. Pulse: Present. Blood pressure:114/66 mm Hg. Respiration: 8. Conscious state: Somnolent. SpO2: 91%. Temp: 99 F (37.3C)2:27You listened to the abdomen of the patient. You could hear hypoactive soundsfrom the abdomen. This is reasonable.
6/3/2020Feedback Log & Score — Yoa Li Sept 26, 2019 5:45 PM3/72:39You assessed the patient's consciousness. The patient scores 11 on theGlasgow Coma Scale (GCS). This was reasonable.2:52You assessed the patient's neurological status.3:10Patient status - ECG: Sinus bradycardia. Heart rate: 50. Pulse: Present. Blood pressure:117/67 mm Hg. Respiration: 9. Conscious state: Somnolent. SpO2: 91%. Temp: 99 F (37.2C)4:00You assessed the patient's sedation level using the Pasero SedationScale. This was reasonable. The patient was somnolent and had minimal or noresponse to verbal or physical stimulation. On the Pasero Opioid-InducedSedation Scale, the patient was graded to 4.