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Complete an ATI Focused Review® and send me a detailed summary (2-3 sentences each) of 4 concepts that you learned from the focused reviewANS:A living will is a legal document that expresses the client’s wishes regarding medical treatment in the event the client becomes incapacitated and is facing end-of-life issues. Types of treatments that are often addressed in a living will are those that have the capacity to prolong life. Examples of treatments that are addressed are cardiopulmonary resuscitation, mechanical ventilation, and feeding by artificial means.Advocacy refers to nurses’ role in supporting clients by ensuring that they are properly informed, that their rights are respected, and that they are receiving the proper level of care.Hormonal contraception containing estrogen and progestin, which acts by suppressing ovulation, thickening the cervical mucus to block semen, and altering the uterine decidua to prevent implantationDischarge planning is an interprofessional process that is started by the nurse at the time of the client’s admissionA client who is hearing impaired is being admitted to the hospital. What are some interventions the nurse should take as an advocate for this client?Suggested Management Learning Activity: Advocacy in NursingANS:•Face the hearing-impairedperson directly, on the same level and in good light whenever possible. ... •Do not talk from another room. ... •Speak clearly, slowly, distinctly, but naturally, without shouting or exaggerating mouth movements. ... •Say the person's name before beginning a conversation. A client is scheduled for surgery. While doing final preoperative care she tells the nurse, "I really don't understand why I need this operation; I wish the doctor would explain it better to me". What is the nurse's role in advocating for this client?Suggested Management Learning Activity: Advocacy in Nursing
Ans: The advocacy role that the nurse will take is educating the patient on why they need the surgery. The information should be simplified in a way that the patient would easily understand.The nurse is gathering information regarding a client’s lack of appetite. The client informs the nurse that they don’t eat the food that they have been provided. They state that they only eat Kosher food. Describe the nurse’s responsibility regarding this situation.The nurse has been assigned to float to another unit that she is unfamiliar with and has been given an assignment with five (5) high acuity clients. Identify how the nurse can address her concerns about a challenging assignment with conflict resolution strategies.