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Assessments & Vital Signs
Vital Signs - Adult
Temperature (96.8-100.4 Degrees F) (36-38 Degrees C)
Rectal - Remove 1 Degree From Measurement
Axillary - Add 1 Degree to Measurement
Oxygen Saturation (94%-100%)
Blood Pressure (<120/80)
Neurovascular Assessment 6 P's
Glasgow Coma Scale
Score of 3 to 15
8 or Less = Coma
Level of Consciousness: Descriptive guide for Glasgow Coma Scale
Types of Pain
Provoking or Palliative
Reassessment of Pain
Child and Elder Physical Abuse Assessment
Delay in Treatment
Various Stages of Healing
Sexually Transmitted Infection
Shaken Baby Syndrome
Flushed skin, warm to touch
Change in LOC
Provide adequate fluids
Monitor Electrolytes and Fluid
Monitor vital signs, esp temperature
Remove excess clothing and blankets
Sponge bath with tepid water
Hypotonic (< 280 mOsm/L)
1/4 Normal Saline (0.225% NaCl)
1/2 Normal Saline (0.45% NaCl)
Isotonic (280-300 mOsm)
Normal Saline (0.9% NaCl)
Lactated Ringer's (LR)
Dextrose 5% in Water (D5W)
Hypertonic (> 300 mOsm)
3% or 5% NaCl
Dextrose 5% in 0.45% NaCl
Dextrose 10% in Water (D10W)
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