Describe the following casey a benefits of bathing

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3. Describe the following: Casey a) Benefits of bathing for a client
b) Caring for a patient with dementia, specific nursing interventions promote patient orientation, use simple communication, decrease anxiety, keep the patient safe, and pro- vide continuity of care. (fund book, p. 787). As for assistance with procedures such as indwelling catheters or IV insertions.
d) Main causes of accidental poisoning
e) Main purpose of incident report
Leg exercises Early ambulation Adequate hydration Graduated compression stockings Intermittent pneumatic compression, such as sequential compression devices (SCDs) Venous plexus foot pump Anticoagulant therapy ( med surg p. 744) g) Different types of nurse/client relationships Pre-interaction : The student nurse gathers information about the client before having a personal interaction, looking at the client’s medical record to begin data collection. Orientation : The student nurse introduces themselves, explains their role in the relationship, determines the name the client wishes to be addressed by, and establishes trust and rapport. Working: Active part of the relationship. The student nurse communicates caring and compassion to the client, encourages the client to express concerns and feelings openly and honestly in an environment, and shows mutual respect and understanding. The professional relationship is competent, courteous, and confidential. Termination : This marks the end of the relationship, whether at the end of the shift or at discharge. The student nurse summarizes all of the work done during the relationship. This is a good way to end the shift.

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