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DAY THREE – MODULE 3
5 Point Neuro Check
Areas of the Brain & Function of Each
Somatic Nervous System
Autonomic Nervous System
Mini-Mental Status Exam
Delirium & Dementia
1st Degree AV Block
2nd Degree AV Block: Wenckebach
2nd Degree AV Block: Mobitz Type II
3rd Degree: Complete Heart Block
Abuse & Neglect
Dos & Don'ts
Dietary & Health Promotion
High K+ Foods
High Sodium Foods
Wound Healing Diet
Types & Gear
CBC with Differential
What Abnormal Values Can Tell Us
Shift to the Left
What to Use When?
Cancer – Biopsies & Scope Procedures
Medications Part Three
Controlled Substances I-V
Mental Health Medications
Ophthalmics & Otics
Vitamins & Minerals
Women’s Health Medications
Objectives Day Three/ Module Three:
1. Explore the philosophy of patient- and family-centered care, and how this philosophy can be incorporated into care of the patient.
2. Learn a simple monitoring technique to help differentiate if the patient is having an atrial dysrhythmia or not.
3. Explain and demonstrate a thorough 6-part neurological exam and document findings
4. Define the anatomy and physiology of the neurological system and how this manifests in physical symptoms
5. List primary causes of mental status changes and identify which patients are at risk for delirium and how to respond.
6. Differentiate neurological assessment findings that are specific to delirium.
7. Identify the components and significance of the CBC and Chemistry Profile, with focus upon abnormal lab values.
8. Describe the physiological changes seen in postoperative patients.
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