Critical Care Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!, 3rd Edition by Lippincott

By Lippincott

This complete reference takes the tremendously effortless method of essentially the most hard and complicated components of nursing. masking all elements of severe care and up to date to mirror present evidence-based nursing perform, this new version bargains insurance of average sedation and perianesthesia administration, up-to-date ACLS and code administration, info on speedy reaction groups, and a brand new “Handle With Care” icon to spot issues and activities in terms of aged, pediatric and bariatric patients. It additionally encompasses a fast reference evaluating the kinds of concern, in addition to entry to on-line case experiences to enhance serious considering talents, an NCLEX educational, test-taking options, and over 1,000 NCLEX-style questions.   

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If having a family member is best for the patient, then allow the visitor to stay. Many units have open visitation policies. Ensure support Ensure that support services are available to family members if they need them. If they belong to a particular church, offer to call someone if needed. Most facilities provide spiritual care for families if they request it. Patient and family issues A dose of reality The best way to respond to concerned family members is to acknowledge their feelings and ambivalences and to lend reality to their statements.

30 Holistic care issues sensory input Sensory stimulation in any environment may be perceived as pleasant or unpleasant and comfortable or painful. The critical care environment tends to stimulate all five senses: • auditory • visual • gustatory • olfactory • tactile. Shhh! Keep it down as much as possible because noise can result in delirium. Too much or too little Patients on the CCU don’t have control over the environmental stimulation around them. They may experience sensory deprivation, sensory overload, or both.

Some patients on the CCU experience chronic as well as acute pain. Examples of chronic pain include: • arthritis pain • back pain • pain from cancer. Don’t look for the signs The nervous system adapts to chronic pain. This means that many typical manifestations of pain—such as abnormal vital signs and facial grimacing—cease to exist. Therefore, chronic pain should be assessed as often as acute pain (generally, at least every 2 hours or more often, depending on the patient’s condition). Assess chronic pain by questioning the patient.

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