Out of 05 intervention rationale your answer is not

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0.5 out of 0.5 Intervention Rationale Your answer is not automatically evaluated by the simulation, but may be reviewed by your instructor. Prompt Student Response Model Answer Explanation In 1 or 2 sentences, explain how your selected interventions work to accomplish your goal. The interventions are related to manage the goal of reduing pain for the patient. This includes pain management, explaing side effects of medications and calling for help when needed for pain reduction. Pain medication, in combination with an array of non- pharmacological pain reductions, have the power to drastically reduce your patient's pain and make them comfortable. You're also teaching the patient coping strategies that they can use at home, like hot and cold packs, shifting positions, and distraction through TV or reading. Even with pain medication, pa can be difficult to reduce, so it important to approach it from a many angles as possible, both for the patient's immediate comfort and to teach them valuable pain-reduction habits Data Collections Student Response Model Answer Explanation Points Earne Ask patient about pain-level rating after medication administration Ask patient about pain-level rating after medication administration It is not enough to administer pain medication and pain coping methods; their success may vary, so you should ask your patient herself to verbalize her pain rating. In addition, you should ask if your patient is experiencing non-pain symptoms; pain medication can cause unpleasant side effects, and Tina's foot wound has caused her non-pain symptoms. 0.5 out of 0.5
1/18/2020 Health History | Completed | Shadow Health Ask patient about newly occurring side effects and/or non-pain symptoms Ask patient about newly occurring side effects and/or non-pain symptoms It is not enough to administer pain medication and pain coping methods; their success may vary, so you should ask your patient herself to verbalize her pain rating. In addition, you should ask if your patient is experiencing non-pain symptoms; pain medication can cause unpleasant side effects, and Tina's foot wound has caused her non-pain symptoms. 0.5 out of 0.5 Your answer is not automatically evaluated by the simulation, but may be reviewed by your instructor. Prompt Student Response Model Answer Explanation Explain the rationale behind your nursing diagnosis.
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