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New Nursing Content - April 2020

Nursing Delivery Systems
TYPES OF DELIVERY SYSTEMS
Functional Nursing
Team Nursing
Primary Nursing
Total Patient Care
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2 mins
Theories of Leadership
Theories of Leadership
Great Man
Charismatic
Relational
Shared
Quantum
Effective Leader Behaviors and Qualities
Takes Action
Inspires
Guidance and Assistance
Communicates
Thinks Critically
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2 mins
Leadership Styles
Theories of Leadership Approaches
Authoritarian Leadership
Democratic Leadership
Laissez-Faire Leadership
Situational Leadership
Bureaucratic Leadership
Transformational Leadership
Transactional Leadership
Servant Leadership
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3 mins
Interprofessional Team Member Roles
Roles of Members of the Health Care Team
Physician
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse
Nurse
Unlicensed Assistive Personnel
Physical Therapist
Occupational Therapist
Respiratory Therapist
Social Worker
Pharmacist
Dietitian
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4 mins
Registered Nurse Roles
Nursing Roles in All Settings
Caregiver
Counselor
Educator/Teacher
Communicator
Advocate
Leader
Researcher
Collaborator
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2 mins
Reports
Reporting
Shared Communication
ISBAR
ISBAR
Identify
Situation
Background
Assessment
Recommendation
Types of Reports
Change-of-Shift/Handoff Reports
Telephone/Telemedicine Reports
Transfer and Discharge Reports
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2 mins
Principles of Delegation
Delegation
Assigning Responsibility
Unlicensed Assistive Personnel (UAP)
Noninvasive Procedures
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Stable Patients with Predictable Outcome
Dressing Changes
Catheterization
Select Med Administration
Registered Nursing (RN)
Unstable Patients
Parenteral Therapy
Discharge Planning & Health Education
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3 mins
Airway, Breathing, Circulation (ABC's)
Airway Assessment
Changed Sound of Voice
"See-saw" Respirations
Stridor
Breathing Assessment
Normal Respiratory Rate: 12–20 Breaths/Min
Use of Accessory Muscles in Respiration
Cyanosis
Circulation Assessment
Color of Hands and Digits
Normal Capillary Refill Time (CRT): 2 Seconds
Decreased LOC
Considerations
Initial ‘Look, Listen and Feel” Assessment
Emergency Treatment
Prioritization in Exam Questions
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Guidelines for Prioritizing
First-level priority problems
Airway, Breathing, Circulation (ABCs)
Second-level Priority Problems
MAA-U-AR
Mental Status Change
Acute Pain
Acute Urinary Elimination Problems
Untreated Medical Problems
Abnormal Laboratory Values
Risk of Infection, Safety or Security
Third-Level Priority Problems
Long-Term Treatments
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2 mins
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Adults
Steps Before CPR
Scan Scene
Activate Emergency Response System
Check For Breathing (Max 10 Seconds)
Open Airway
Compressions, Airway, Breathing (CAB)
Compressions: 2 Inches Deep (100-120 Compressions/Min)
Airway: Ensure Airway is Still Open
Breathing: Administer 2 Rescue Breaths
Considerations
Repeat C-A-B Sequence (30:2) Until Help Arrives
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3 mins
Phases of Disaster Management
Mitigation
Preparedness
Response
Recovery
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2 mins
FEMA Levels of Disaster
Levels of Disaster
Level I Disaster
Level II Disaster
Level III Disaster
Nurse's Role In Disaster Planning
Personal and Professional Preparedness
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2 mins
Triage
Simple Triage And Rapid Treatment (START)
Tags
Red: Immediate (Critical)
Yellow: Delayed (Urgent)
Green: Minor (Ambulatory)
Black: Deceased (Expired)
Step 1: Movement
Ability to Walk
Step 2: Respirations
Spontaneous Breathing
Respiratory Rate
Step 3: Perfusion
Check Circulation
Step 4: Mental Status
Mental Status
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4 mins

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