Prentice Hall's Real Nursing Skills: Intermediate to Advanced / Edition 1by Pearson Education, Phh, -- Prentice Hall
Pub. Date: 04/28/2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Prentice Hall's Real Nursing Skills series offers users the complete foundation for competency in performing clinical nursing skills. This is the only skills series designed to help users visualize how to perform clinical nursing skills and understanding the concepts and rationales for each skill. This series is also endorsed by INACSL - The Board of the
Prentice Hall's Real Nursing Skills series offers users the complete foundation for competency in performing clinical nursing skills. This is the only skills series designed to help users visualize how to perform clinical nursing skills and understanding the concepts and rationales for each skill. This series is also endorsed by INACSL - The Board of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulations and Learning has been involved in focus groups and reviewing the videos of these skills throughout the development of this series.
The volumes in this series consist of interactive CD-ROMs with comprehensive procedures and rationales demonstrated in hundreds of realistic video clips, animations, illustrations, and photographs. For each skill, users will review: Purpose
• Expected Outcomes
• and Variation (if applicable). Throughout the videos, users will experience the real-life aspects of: therapeutic communication between the nurse and the client, the client's reaction to invasive skills, and cultural, gender, and age diversity among nurses and clients. Covers 89 intermediate and advanced nursing skills-Skills sets include Elimination Management, Drug Management, Tissue Perfusion Management, Nutrition Support, and Respiratory Management. Each skills set is on a separate interactive CD-ROM (total 5 CD-ROMs).
Nursing Students and Nursing Professionals.
Table of Contents
Administering an Enema.
Large Volume. Prepackaged Small Volume.
Removing a Fecal Impaction Digitally.
Pouching an Enterostomy.
Pouching a Noncontinent Urinary Diversion.
Straight Catheter (Female). Straight Catheter (Male). Indwelling Catheter (Female). Indwelling Catheter (Male).
Care of the Client with an Indwelling Catheter.
Removing an Indwelling Catheter.
Emptying the Urine Drainage Collection Bag.
Variation: Leg Bag.
Performing Catheter Irrigation.
Opening a Closed System. Through a Closed System. (Intermittent). Continuous Bladder Irrigation.
Applying a Condom Catheter.
Care of a Suprapubic Catheter Insertion Site.
Assisting the Client to use a Regular or Fracture Bedpan.
Inserting a Nasogastric Tube for Gastric Decompression.
Discontinuing a Nasogastric Tube.
Performing a Peritoneal Dialysis.
Performing a Gastric Lavage.
Oral Medication Administration.
Administering Medication by Mouth.
Dermatologic Medication Administration.
Applying a transdermal patch.
Administering Ophthalmic Medications.
Administering Otic Drops.
Administering Nasal Medication.
Administration of Medication per Metered-Dose Inhaler.
Using inhaler with open mouth.
Vaginal Suppository. Vaginal Cream or Lotion. Vaginal Irrigation or Douche.
Medication Administration via Rectal Suppository.
Nasogastric and Enteral Tube Medication Administration.
Administering Liquid Medications. Administering Crushed medications.
Withdrawing Medication from a Vial.
Using a syringe and needle. Using a syringe and needleless adaptor.
Withdrawing Medication from an Ampule.
Mixing Medication from Two Vials.
Administration of IV Medications via Intermittent Infusion.
Piggyback. Volume-Controlled Device. Administration by Mini-Infusion Pump.
Administration of Medication by Intravenous Bolus
Saline Lock. Maintenance IV Infusion. Small Volume Bag.
Parenteral Medication Administration (Injections).
Intradermal. Subcutaneous Injections: Arm. Subcutaneous Injections: Abdomen. Subcutaneous Injections: Thigh. Intramuscular Injections: Vastus Lateralis. Intramuscular Injections: Ventral Gluteal.
Tissue Perfusion Management.
Peripheral Pulse Assessment.
Carotid Artery Assessment.
Regulating Intravenous Flow Rate.
Variation: Using a Pump to Adjust Flow Rate.
Establishing an Intravenous Infusion.
Variation: Electronic infusion pump.
Initiating Blood Therapy.
Discontinuation of a Peripheral IV Line.
Inserting a Small Bore Nasogastric Tube.
Discontinuation of a Nasogastric Feeding Tube.
Administering Enteral Feedings.
Intermittent via Syringe. Intermittent via Bag. Continous.
Administering Enteral Feedings via Gastrostomy Tube.
Assisting the Adult Client with Oral Nutrition.
Administering Oxygen via a Nasal Cannula.
Administering Oxygen via Oxygen Mask.
Instructing Client on Use of Incentive Spirometer.
Inserting a Nasal Airway.
Using an Air Mask Bag Unit (Ambu).
Variation: If client has tracheostomy or endotracheal tube.
Oral Pharyngeal Suctioning.
Tracheostomy Tube Suctioning.
Assisting with Insertion and Management of Closed Chest Drain.
Changing a Disposable Chest Tube System.
Assisting with Discontinuation of a Chest Tube.
Suctioning a Mechanically Ventilated Client.
Variation: In-line Suction.
Setting Up and Assisting with Intubation.
Nursing Care of the Client with an Endotracheal Tube.
Checking Cuff Pressure.
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