NR512_W3-4_Assignment_SL Scavenger Hunt Worksheet_V5.docx

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ANSWER: Station 4: STATION 4 - Points Possible = 30 4
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Locate the Smartroom in the Hospital/Urgent Care building. Find the patient sitting on the exam table; complete hand washing prior to interacting with the patient. You are now going to assess the patient for newly diagnosed pre-hypertension. Your patient has just had his blood pressure taken. Click on the blood pressure cuff to get his blood pressure. What is your patient’s BP? Now click on your patient to get answers to the following questions: What is your diet? How many times a week do you Station 5: 5 STATION 5 - Points Possible = 30 Go to the patient room on the first floor of the Hospital/Urgent Care building. Observe the patient in bed hooked up to an EKG. Click on EKG machine and determine whether the EKG findings is a normal or abnormal reading only. If abnormal reading who and what would you do next - remember you are not the primary provider) ? Place your answer below. (Reference the basic nursing text you used to support your answer). ANSWER:
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Station 7: STATION 7 - Points Possible = 30 7 STATION 6 - Points Possible = 30 Go to City Government Building. Find the infectious disease department in Public Health Office.
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