Worksheet Name: ________________________________________ Date: _________________________________________ Taking Notes Digitally Instructions: Review...
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your reading in Unit 7. Read the following AIDS Patient Discharge Instructions passage. Create digital notes, using Word. Consider the following note-taking methods:
Inserting comments
Highlighting, using different colors for different types of information
Creating an outline in Word to note the main idea and details
Creating a digital web, using Word or https://bubbl.us
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Worksheet Name: ________________________________________ Date: _________________________________________ Taking Notes Digitally Instructions: Review methods and strategies for taking notes from your reading in Unit 7. Read the following AIDS Patient Discharge Instructions passage. Create digital notes, using Word. Consider the following note-taking methods: Inserting comments Highlighting, using different colors for different types of information Creating an outline in Word to note the main idea and details Creating a digital web, using Word or https://bubbl.us Patient Discharge Instructions A nurse is preparing a male client with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) for discharge to home. The nurse must include certain transmission-based precautions in her instructions to him. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which causes AIDS, is concentrated mostly in blood and semen. Contact with blood and other bodily fluids can occur in households, although HIV transmission is rare in this setting. As a precaution, the client should not share personal articles that may be contaminated with blood. This includes items such as nail clippers, toothbrushes, tweezers, and razors. The client’s open sores, cuts, and wounds should be covered with bandages. Furthermore, condoms are 90–95% effective against HIV infection, but only if used consistently and correctly. To ease the client’s concerns, the nurse also explains to the client the ways in which HIV is not transmitted. HIV is unable to reproduce outside its living host, and it does not survive well in water or air. This means that HIV cannot be transmitted through day-to-day contact such as sneezing, sharing a glass of water or eating utensils, or mosquito bites. Ver 10.0 WS-
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