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VET 1100 Week 1

Week 1

step 1 of veterinary practice model Gather Data
step 2 of veterinary practice model Identify/Prioritize Technician Evaluations
step 3 of veterinary practice model Develop Plan of Care/Implement Interventions
step 4 of veterinary pracice model Evaluate Results
objective can be measured and quantified
subjective observable but not exactly measurable
What is WNL within normal limits
needs ladder step 1 oxygenation
needs ladder step 2 critical safety/ acute pain severe
needs ladder step 3 hydration
needs ladder step 4 elimination
needs ladder step 5 nutrition
needs ladder step 6 noncritical safety
needs ladder step 7 chronic pain/ acute pain mild/moderate
needs ladder step 8 activity
needs ladder step 9 utility
Why should you evaluate the results of your nursing plan? Ensure timely response to a patient's changing condition
What are the 12 parts of a System Assessment? general appearance, integumentary, musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory, gastrointestinal, urogenital, (mouth, teeth, gums), nervous system, peripheral lymph nodes, ears, eyes
What does SOAP stand for? Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan
what is a signalment? age, breed, gender/ reproductive status
what is the chief complaint? the reason the client presented the animal for evaluation
Examples of information about chief complaint and related problems duration, severity, progression, frequency, trigger situations, time of day, character of the problem
Weigh each patient daily on the ______ to help moniter hydration and nutrition status same scale
IM administration is never use for _____ fluid therapy
always attempt venipuncture at a ______ on the limb distal point
Created by: maiken