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COD N2 Pritorization

COD N2 2012 Pritorization

Pritorization is defined as deciding which needs or problems require immediate action and which ones are not urgent (life threatening & or a safety issue)
Second level of pritorization mental status change, untreated medical issues, accute pain, accute elimination problems, abnormal labratory results, and risks
the 4 P's of planning priorities in your patients Purpose, Picture, plan, and part
First level of priority setting Airway, Breathing, circulation and Vital Signs
Third level of priority setting health problems other than those in the first two levels, more long term issues; education, rest, coping, and so on
you have 4 patients on a med/surg unit. 2 pt Medication due in 45 minutes (PO Meds)all need accuchecks in 30 min/ the patient in isolation just had a BM and they weigh 150kg/ you are geeting a new admit in 15 minutes. You have a LVN and MA what do you do? LVN can administer medication , MA can change the isolation patient & LVN can help, Get your room ready for your new admit, LVN can do accuchecks and report findings to you... after assessing your patient, give other pt's insulin. Unless critical b.sugar
Created by: jaymee4647