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Peri-operative Nursing Post – Op Care Diploma Practical Nursing Skills Lab 2007
Post Op Priorities A B C’ s
Central Nervous System Hearing, last to go, 1 st to come back Loss of consciousness and reflexes Has gag reflex returned? X
Fluid Status Pre op status Fluid & Bld Loss Kidney Function/Output Fluid & Blood replacement Drainage
Wound Status Status of Dressing Don’t forget the big picture! Dehiscence Evisceration
Pain Assessment Subjective My pain is an 8 out of 10 Objective
Individualized Post Op Assessment Surgery Specific Diabetic? Mentally ill or mentally challenged? Deaf/Blind Heart Disease Brain Attack? Colostomy/catheter Home environment and support
Post Op Visit In The Home
ITU Post Operative Monitoring – Up to 4 hours. Indication for Surgery Haemothorax bleeding is usually self- limiting following drainage. However; Drainage.
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