the aspirin, I will have examined if my patient is allergic to aspirin or not allergic. The next step will be calling for assistance from a senior nurse or doctor if the condition persists in the patient. This resort will be done after a small period like five minutes for the aspirin to take action. The condition will be saved in this step when an experienced doctor handles the situation. The comfortability of the patient will even be made in a way that he is satisfied. Mouth to mouth rescue will only be done when there is a poor response from the emergency, and that will save the patient by helping him to breathe and gain a normal breath again. After the first aid for chest pains and loss of breath has been done, the examination of the condition of the fracture is done (Singletary, 2015). The position in which the patient had placed
PORTFOLIO 4 the fractured shaft of the femur will be examined and the several reasons for pain and blood cloth established for the purpose of making the patient comfortable again. Assessments are then done to the fractured femur with the views of the fractured places of the tumor. The circulation and the status of the nerves are made which will be determined by the coolness of the skin and should not be confused with the discoloration of the skin. If there is the presence of impulse, that would be better rather than no impulse which should be taken as a dangerous condition. There should be no numbness in the fractured regions, and that should be tested by asking the patient. This conditions will help in the stabilization of the patient. After the patient is cooled down, there should be the application of traction splint so that there will be relieved of any muscle spasm and allow for easy flow of blood around the body. After the whole process, the patient condition should be examined to make sure that he is comfortable with the splint. Pain in the fractured femur should be observed by the way the patient expresses it and several approaches made to make sure that they are okay with no pain (Kleinman, 2015). They should be ensured that the steps undertaken is taken for them to be fully healed and should say any pain that they experience in the long run. Prioritization The several activities should be addressed depending on the urgency and the risk factors that will be incurred if they are not solved in the correct time. The dangerous situations will have to be addressed in the first place. Patient 3, who is Mr. Young should first be attended to in the ward. The fact that he is taking an IV therapy puts him under a big risk to have more time to be spent. The rate at which the intake is being taken is high at 167m/s, and the alarm is already in
PORTFOLIO 5 the ring signaling the situation in which the patient is at that moment. The IV flask is close to empty, and immediate action should be taken so as the issue be addressed. The initiation of the infusion should be followed by close monitoring of the infusion rate which will include the survey of the signs such as inflammation and infiltration. The facility policies should be adopted and taking into consideration of the small time that is remaining; action should be taken for either filling the flask or removing the infusion. This action will be important to be dealt with as
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