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medications (in consultation with instructor) to write out in detail. o List the drug name of all scheduled medications. List any PRN medication given during shift. Table 2 o Write out all intravenous (IV) medications in detail. Table 1. By mouth (PO), Subcutaneous (SC) and Intramuscular (IM) Medications Drug Dose Frequency Route Indications (required for the five medications that you selected) Medication class, desired action, adverse reactions, interactions, patient education, nursing considerations 1) Sliding scales need to be included for insulin SQ- include the volume Medication class - Be very specific, especially for antibiotics Desired action – What do you expect the drug to do? How Adverse reactions What are the key adverse reactions Interactions – only include potential drug-drug interactions that are on their medication list, can include very concerning drug-drug interaction. Include foods and vitamins to avoid too. Patient education – in your own language, what will you teach your patient about this medication. Only include bed-side relevant education. Avoid statement like “ avoid alcohol, don’t stop suddenly, etc.” Nursing considerations – Before you give your patient this medication what do you need to think about? 2) 3) 4) 5) List the drug name of all scheduled medications and reason for medication (i.e. Low dose aspirin to treat CAD). Also, list any PRN medication given during shift and the reason For example, aspirin is used to treat several health conditions, but if the patient is taking it for heart disease, you should document: Low dose aspirin to treat CAD Do not repeat the medications identified above, BUT include all non-IV scheduled medications (including PRN medications administered during the hours of the clinical day) GMW 11/19 MS2_CARE PLAN GUIDE
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Student Name: __________________________________________ Date: ________________ Table 2. All Intravenous (IV) Medications Drug, Dose, Frequency and Route Onset of action, rate of administration, duration of action, special IV considerations Indications (required for all IV medications that you selected) Medication class, desired action, adverse reactions, interactions, patient education, nursing considerations Please include the information concerning the diluent (how many mls, type of fluid LR or NS) Nursing Diagnosis #1 : What is your primary concern? What is keeping your patient in the hospital. See Analysis of findings, were any sections unstable, where is the concentration of concern. (USE NANDA BOOK) R/T: Must use the language of the book AEB: NO EVIDENCE if an “At Risk Short Term SMART Goal: By the end of the shift, the patient will The goal here should physiologically , “ie: lung remain clear, sats >92%, no new areas of breakdown or infection, etc.” the patient should not be verbalizing, demonstrating, etc. Those are long term goal activities Interventions (including teaching): Rationale for Intervention: Add citation Evaluation of intervention? (based on patient assessment) Many students reverse engineer their day. Think to yourself:, “What did I do all day? How did I take care of my patient?” In truth, you should not need to find or create interventions. It should be a reflection of your day. At a minimum, it is an excellent exercise in identify future real-time,
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