Abbey Pain Scale
For measurement of pain in people with dementia who cannot verbalise.
How to use scale : While observing the resident, score questions 1 to 6.
Name of resident : .
Name and designation of person completing the scale : . .
Date: . Time: .
normal urine specific
FVD classic sign
FVD late sign
FVD, temp changes
Suggested APA style reference: Lorenz, D. C. (2010). Can I play? Using play therapy for children and
adolescents with disabilities. Retrieved from http:/counselingoutfitters.com/vistas/vistas10/Article_07.pdf
Can I Play? Using Play Therapy for C
T: 98 degrees
Pt Name: L.D.
61 year old male.
Pt stated that he has had a
number of strokes, one as recent
as a month ago
Risk for Unilateral Neglect r/t stroke in
Wound Assessment Activity
In pairs, perform a wound assessment on at least 3 distinctly different patients/residents (e.g. someone who has
a pressure ulcer, someone who has a surgical site, someone who has skin tears, etc.)
When you are done with th
Medical Condition: Bronchiolitis
Definition: Acute viral infection of the lower respiratory tract affecting infants < 24 mo characterized by respiratory distress, wheezing and crackles.
Student Marlon Coleman
Effect on Body
Nutrition Quiz J1 1470 SP 14
1. Which statement by an adult patient demonstrates understanding of healthy nutrition
A. I need to stop eating red meat.
B. I will increase the servings of fruit juice to four a day
C. I will make sure that I eat a
To Be Used On Hospital Day
IV Fluids: (calculate on all patients, even if they do not have an IV)
Calculating Daily Maintenance Fluid Rates
< 10 kg
10 20 kg
1000 ml + 50 ml/kg for each additional kg between 10 and 20 kg
20 + kg
To be used on Hospital Day
Weight of Child in KG:
Calculate dose range: (high and low)
Drugs low dose:
Drugs high dose:
Childs low dose:
Childs high dose:
Is this a safe dose for this child?
Classification of Drug:
RN to RN Shift Report For Use on Hospital Day
S - situation
I'm getting/giving report on.
B - background
Effect on Body
Signs and Symptoms
Case Study: Phantom Limb Pain
Mark Jacobs, a 43 year old male is admitted with Phantom limb pain. Mark had a left below
Knee amputation 6 months ago due to a motor vehicle accident. He is presently complaining of
heaviness and severe pain to the left lowe
Potter 14 Notes Older Adult
Variability of Older Adults
Majority are active in community; small number have lost ability to care for self
Most live in nonconstitutional settings; 55% live with a spouse; 30% live alone.
Most remain functionally independent