Nursing Considerations and Teaching 3 Brand Name and Generic Name Normal Dosage

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Nursing Considerations and Teaching #3 Brand Name and Generic Name Normal Dosage Ranges Contraindications Pharmacotherapeutic Class Dosage, Route and Frequency Adverse Reactions 5
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Why this Patient Receives this Med Assessed Effects of the Med on the Client Nursing Considerations and Teaching #4 Brand Name and Generic Name Normal Dosage Ranges Contraindications Pharmacotherapeutic Class Dosage, Route and Frequency Adverse Reactions Why this Patient Receives this Med Assessed Effects of the Med on the Client Nursing Considerations and Teaching #5 Brand Name and Generic Name Normal Dosage Ranges Contraindications Pharmacotherapeutic Class Dosage, Route and Frequency Adverse Reactions Why this Patient Receives this Med Assessed Effects of the Med on the Client Nursing Considerations and Teaching #6 Brand Name and Generic Name Normal Dosage Ranges Contraindications Pharmacotherapeutic Class Dosage, Route and Frequency Adverse Reactions Why this Patient Receives this Med Assessed Effects of the Med on the Client Nursing Considerations and Teaching 5 / 5 pts (must complete each box for the 12 medications above) 6
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NURSES NOTES FOR LONG TERM CARE CLINICAL For this long-term care clinical, we are having you write out your assessment findings in the form of a narrative nurse’s note. We have provided some samples of assessments. We have also provided a worksheet that you may use to take into a patient’s room to take notes during your assessment. Record your vital signs and type your physical assessment findings. This form will expand to fit your typing. A sample of charting for a long term care resident follows below. TEMP: 98.2 APICAL HR: RESP: 18 BP: 130/71 HT: 5/7 WT: 170 02/02/2019 1000 Resident laying in supine position in bed. Alert and oriented times 3. Welled groomed, no visible bumps or bruises. Hair is nicely groomed no visible infestation. Detailed orient and displays intact memory. Facial symmetry is equal. Pupils are equal, reactive and accommodative to light 3:1. Oral mucosa is moist and pink, no indication of chewing or swallowing difficulties. Portion of general diet has been taken at breakfast. Skin appears to be intact free of any lesions or bruising with elastic turgor<3 seconds, no noticeable edema in upper or lower extremities. Nasal passage clear mucous membranes are moist and pink no indication of congestion. Carotid and radial pulse are equal. Upper and lower extremities equal in strength full ROM/ capillary refills <3sec. No involuntary movement or abnormal posture noted. Radial pulse rate 72bpm. Bowel sounds active x4. Abdomen soft, non-distended, non-tender. Visible scar tissue noted on LLQ extending to ULQ of abdomen. Last Bowel movement this morning, passing of soft frim brown stools with appropriate amount of clear yellow urine. Lungs sound clear to auscultation. Denies numbness or tingling to extremities. Toe nails are nicely groomed no noticeable fungi w/ capillary refill < 3 sec. No peripheral edema noted, pedal pulses palpable and equal bilaterally.
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