Remove clients gown without completely exposing client remove garments from the

Remove clients gown without completely exposing

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Remove client’s gown without completely exposing client-remove garments from the unaffected side first, then remove garments from the affected side 9. Assist client to put the (affected) arm through the corresponding sleeve of the shirt, sweater, or slip before placing garment on the (unaffected) arm 10. While putting on items, move client’s body gently and naturally, avoiding force and over-extension of limbs and joints 11. Assist client to put on skirt, pants, or dress. 12. Before standing client, place bed at a safe and appropriate level for client 13. Before standing client, apply non-skid footwear 14. Puts on all items, moving client’s body gently and naturally, avoiding force and over-extension of limbs and joints 15. Finish with client dressed appropriately (e.g., clothing right side out, zippers/buttons fastened, etc.) and seated
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16. Place gown in soiled linen container 17. Before leaving client, place signaling device within client’s reach 18. Wash hands _________________________________________________ ___________ (Signature of Instructor(s) (Date) _________________________________________________ ___________ (Signature of Student) (Date)
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PROCEDURE EVALUATION CHECKLIST NATCEP Procedure: Assists Client with a Bed Bath Student’s Name:_____________________________ Program No.__________ Class Start/End Date:_________________________ Student ID# __________ S=Satisfactory U=Unsatisfactory Procedure Guidelines S U Comments 1. Wash hands before contact with client 2. Identify yourself to client by name and address client by name 3. Explain procedure to client speaking clearly, slowly, and directly, maintaining face-to-face contact whenever possible 4. Provide privacy and take equipment to bedside 5. Raise bed to working height-apply gloves 6. Position client in supine position and cover with a bath blanket-remove gown, being careful not to expose client 7. Bring basin of water to bedside - do not exceed 110 degrees 8. Immerse washcloth in water; ring it out so it does not drip on client. 9. Ask the client if they would like to wash their face. (encourage the client to participate in the bath as much as possible) 10. Wash each eye from inner to outer aspect with plain water-wash rest of face without using soap-dry face with a blotting motion 11. Wash, rinse and dry each body part in order, placing a towel under and over each part - far arm, near arm, chest, abdomen, far leg, near leg 12. Place basin on towel under feet and insert each foot individually into basin - wash and dry thoroughly 13. Change bath water-assist client in turning toward other side 14. Wash, rinse and dry thoroughly while keeping the client covered with a towel - back, buttocks, far thigh and near thigh
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15. Massage back with lotion and assist client to supine position 16. Bathe perineal area – allow client to do if possible 17. Put clean garments on client 18. Comb and brush hair-shave male client 19. Clean equipment and return to proper place 20. Remove and discard gloves-wash hands 21. Report and record any abnormal observations, such as bruises, redness, rashes or open areas _________________________________________________ ___________ (Signature of Instructor(s) (Date) _________________________________________________ ___________ (Signature of Student) (Date)
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PROCEDURE EVALUATION CHECKLIST NATCEP Procedure: Assists Client with Meal Tray - Unable to Feed Self Student’s Name:_____________________________ Program No.__________ Class Start/End Date:_________________________ Student ID#___________
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