Estes et al 2016 p156 Secondly he also reported that he didnt drink enough

Estes et al 2016 p156 secondly he also reported that

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( Estes et al., 2016, p.156 ). Secondly, he also reported that he didn’t drink enough water and the amount of his urine is small, quit frequently, and the color is darker than normal. This situation may result from dehydrated or bladder infection. These may other two reasons for hypotension. Question 3: The nurse used effective communication techniques to communicate with the patient in this video, including using open-end questions and closed questions, active listening and facilitating. Using open-end questions is the first effective communication technique . In the beginning, the nurse began the interview with an introduction, including her name and tell the patient what she will do briefly and asked, “How do you go these medications at home?”. It is a good way to show respect for patient’s ability to express and could help patient to communicate his information with the nurse, it can also release the patient’s anxiousness. Secondly, the nurse asked that “Have you got any wounds your dressings anyway?” This kind of question could help the patient to focus on the interview and collect important information quickly and efficiently ( Estes et al., 2016, p.20 ). Also, the nurse could explore the patient’s thoughts and attitudes to the treatment process by asking questions and listen to their answers ( Price, 2017, p.55 ). Further, the nurse also listened to the patient actively and facilitating the patient frequently, this effective communication technique demonstrates in both verbal and nonverbal way. A successful health assessment interview could be conducted by this critical factor ( Estes et al., 2016, p.18 ). Posture is the most important in performing active listening in nursing ( Benbenishty& Hannink, 2015, p1359). During the
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