Pamphlet

Pamphlet

Create a pamphlet using any type of publisher software you choose to educate clients on a current patient safety issue.

For example:

  • How aging adults can care for themselves at home
  • Medication–polypharmacy and how a patient cannot make a self-medication error,
  • Or other appropriate safety issues.

If you have a question about a specific topic, check with your instructor. It is recommended that you save your pamphlet as a PDF for submission.

Your pamphlet must include the following items:

  1. At least five tips for preventive care for the patient.
  2. Information that should be shared with family or caregivers.
  3. Local resources in the community that might be available for this type of safety concern.
  4. At least three APA-formatted references published within the last five years.

Acute Kidney Disease

Acute Kidney Disease

  1. Introduction and identification of the healthcare concern (Also,       why you chose this topic.)
  2. Normal anatomy and physiology of the affected organ(s)
  3. Pathophysiology/etiology of the disease
  4. Incidence and prevalence rates (i.e. how many people have the       disease)
  5. Mortality rates – include age-adjusted data if available (i.e.       how many people are dying from the disease)
  6. Risk factors for the disease
  7. Gold standard(s) for managing this disease across its lifespan       (LHIs, or other goals – ex: A1c <7); HP2020 (or other credible       sources)
  8. Primary Interventions (Health Promotion/Disease Prevention)

i. Health Promotion

ii. Disease prevention (as applicable)

iii. Create a sample health education program – be specific – provide a content outline with goals, objectives and measurable outcomes (use template provided)

  1. Secondary Interventions (Early diagnosis and prompt treatment to       limit disability of the disease)

i. Risk Assessment & Screening (discuss known risk factors and who should be screened and when as a result), risk assessment, screening and invasive testing. Note: be specific…include values and implications – use evidenced based practice.

ii. Diagnosis (i.e. what criteria are used to diagnose this disease?)

iii. Treatment – be specific – how is disease/concern treated? Include diagnostic testing, pharmacotherapeutics, labwork, management protocols, etc.

  1. Tertiary Interventions (Chronic disease management or       “wrap-around care” program)

i. Discharge planning, follow-up, subspecialty referrals, meds, labs…..

ii. Patient education – Detail specifically what the educational needs are…

  1. Conclusions – including what are the implications if we do not       respond to this disease….both for the individual and the healthcare       system

Case

Case

Length: A minimum of 280 words, not including reference

Citations: At least one high-level scholarly reference in APA from within the last 5 years

MSN 570 Week 6 Case Studies

A 30-year-old male presents with acute trauma. The final diagnosis is DIC.

1. Discuss the clotting mechanism.

2. What do prolonged PT and aPTT tests indicate?

3. Fibrin degradation and split products are common to DIC patients. Why?

4. Identify two additional conditions that can initiate DIC and how?

A 19-year-old presents with a deep laceration on the left leg. After sutures are placed the patient is discharged.

1. Discuss the pathophysiology of wound healing.

2. What is a granuloma and what is its significance?

3. Discuss graft versus host disease, would this be a concern for the patient? Discuss your answer.

A 60-year-old Type I diabetic presents with discoloration of his right leg. The pathogen is clostridium perfringens.

1. Compare and contrast gas gangrene and wet gangrene.

2. Compare and contrast apoptosis and necrosis.

3. Identify the mechanism of cellular injury.

4. How did diabetes contribute to this condition?

A 35-year-old female presents to the clinic with bulging eyes, hand tremors and unexplained weight loss. The final diagnosis is Grave’s Disease.

1. Compare and contrast Grave’s Disease and Hashimoto’s Disease.

2. Would you expect this patient’s TSH, T3 and T4 to be high or low? Explain your reasoning.

3. Discuss the significance of Hürthle cells in thyroid disease.

Regulatory Constraints

Regulatory Constraints

Primary Task Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 300–500 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.

For the past 10 years, Helping Hands Hospital and the two nearby academic medical hospitals have been doing a great job of serving the population; however, the population is increasing in diversity and expanding into rural locations. These changes have sparked concern about the ability of individuals to access care. Access to care is a determinant of health, but there are numerous barriers to access. There is an upcoming orientation for new staff, and you have been asked to address the access to care concern. Please include the following:

For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials.

Healthcare Industry – Regulatory Constraints

Healthcare Industry – Regulatory Constraints -1-2pgs – APA Format

Healing Hands Hospital is preparing for an accreditation visit from The Joint Commission. (TJC). TJC accredits health care organizations to improve the quality and safety of health care services. Their Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals  (CAMH) includes the following standards and regulations:

  • Patient-Focused Functions such as infection prevention and control; medication management; provision of care, treatment, and services; rights and responsibilities of the individual.
  • Organization Functions such as management of the environment of care, emergency management, human resources, management of information, life safety, medical staff, nursing, performance improvement, record of care, treatment, services, and leadership.

For this assignment, you will complete the following:

  • From the list of standards mentioned above, choose 1 Patient-Focused Function and Organization Function and discuss why each of those functions are important to patient safety.
  • Discuss why government regulations and private regulations such as those of The Joint Commission are necessary in health care.

Conflicts With Rights Of Patients And Nurses Responsibility

Conflicts With Rights Of Patients And Nurses Responsibility

CQI SOURCE ORANIZER

CQI SOURCE ORANIZER

This should be in a table form right?

The purpose of this assignment is to become familiar with various data sources used by health care organizations to obtain quality data. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) creates an annual report, the National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report, which assesses the performance of the U.S. health care system. This report identifies strengths and weaknesses of the health care system in addition to disparities in access to health care and quality of health care. The report is based on more than 250 measures of quality and disparities, and it covers a broad range of health care services and settings.

 

Access the most current report using the “National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports” AHRQ website, provided in the topic Resources. Select five data sources from this report and fill in the required components on the “Quality Data Sources Organizer.”

 

It should be in the form of a table. NB

characteristics of fecal matter from a colonoscopy and an ileostomy

Fundamentals Of Nursing Clinical

1.  Explain the characteristics of fecal matter from a colonoscopy and an ileostomy.

2.  When performing ostomy care the nurse knows that the device should be changed based on what factor?

3.  When giving a large volume enema the nurse knows that instilling the solution is done through gravity.  Explain the procedure.

4.  Changing a wound dressing the main goal is to prevent what?

5.  Collecting a wound culture requires that the nurse does what?

6.  Your patient is discharged home with a Jackson-Pratt drain.  The drain is emptied when and how often and what is noted about the characteristics of the drainage?

7.  What are the steps in wound irrigation?

8.  What are the signs of proper tube placement and appropriate absorption of tube feeding?

9.  After bolus tube feeding the nurse should follow with how much water and what position should the patient be in when he/she is done, and why?

10.  When doing tube feedings the nurse knows that the feeding tube is in the abdomen, when he/she hears what sound or aspirates content. What range is the PH in for gastric content?

11.  The nurse needs to prepare a diet that will promote wound healing and tissue repair. What types of food would be on it?

12.  When calculating urinary output the nurse knows that the intake should equal the output and that he/she should provide what items for urine collection?

13.  If a patient is on 24 hour urine collection, when does it start and when does it stop? How is the urine stored? When does urine go to the lab?

14.  If a patient is on 24 hour urine collection, when does it start and when does it stop? How is the urine stored? When does urine go to the lab?

15.  When inserting an indwelling Foley catheter, the nurse uses strict sterile technique. Under what conditions would a nurse stop the procedure and start
over?

16.  What safety measures should the nurse employ prior to moving, transferring, or assisting a patient from the bed?

17.  A patient that is confined to bed should be turned. How often and what other measures should you use to prevent pressure injuries?

18.  To move a patient up in bed what is it that the nurse does to prevent injuries to her and others?

19.  To shave a patient you should check this chart for the use of what medications and why?

20.  Oral care for a dependent person is not the same as for an independent person. What are the deferences and similarities?

21.  When would you give a full bed bath to your patient?

22.  How would you identify the stages of pressure injuries?

23.  What are observable signs and symptoms of infection?

24.  Conduct a physical assessment in a systematic manner.

25.  What is the order in which you would auscultate a patients abdomen?

26.  What is the order for abdominal assessment?

27.  Hair, skin, and nails are observed by the nurse to assist in determining a persons overall health status. What signs and symptoms would you observe if these things were not healthy?

28.  Describe the sequence and give the rationale for putting on and taking off PPE.

29.  State the conditions when a sterile field will no longer be sterile.

30.  Compare and contrast factors that increase or decrease body temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure.

31.  Before a patient can go to surgery the nursery is responsible for patient teaching. What things will you teach your patient prior to surgery?

32.  When applying a mummy restraint who does it best serve and why?

33.  What are the advantages or disadvantages of using a safety waist restraints?

34.  When should you place a patient in restraints and what are the rules for use of physical restraints (i.e. documentation, time, and site for tying).

35.  What things appear on a fall prevention list?

36.  When a patient is confined to bed what type of aids can help with circulation?

37.  When suctioning a tracheostomy tube, the patient is observed or assessed for what signs and symptoms?

38.  A patient needs to be taught how to use an incentive spirometer.  What information would you provide?

39.  When is a nasal gastric tube used?

40.  Conduct a physical assessment in a systematic manner. (Head-to-toe)

Note: The questions must be completed no less than 75 words each.