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2.01 Safety Considerations Safety Considerations
Safety Considerations Patient Safety Healthcare Professional Safety Environmental Safety 2.01 Understand safety procedures 2
Safety Considerations Patient Safety 2.01 Understand safety procedures 3
Patient Safety Perform procedures for which you have been trained 2.01 Understand safety procedures 4
Patient Safety Always identify the patient 2.01 Understand safety procedures 5
Patient Safety Explain the procedures 2.01 Understand safety procedures 6
Patient Safety Observe patient for response to treatment 2.01 Understand safety procedures 7
Patient Safety Assure patient safety after procedures position bed at lowest level side rails up wheels locked place call bell within patient’s reach 2.01 Understand safety procedures 8
2.01 Patient and Healthcare Professional Safety Considerations.
Environmental Safety 7.31Safety in the workplace 7.41Safety signs, symbols and labels 7.42Hazardous materials.
2.01 #1 PPP Safety Considerations Safety Considerations (6 days for PPP x8)
Learning Objectives: Name three ways to protect patient privacy during a backrub. Name three benefits of receiving a backrub. Explain four safety steps.
Performing Range-of-Motion Equipment & supplies bath blanket, pen or pencil.
Positioning the Patient. Observe safety factors to prevent falls and injury Assist the patient on to the exam table Protect the patient’s privacy During.
EnvironmentalSafety 2.01 Understand safety procedures 1.
Report to lobby by 0645 Report to unit charge RN by 0650 BE ON TIME Report off to RN/PCT when going off the unit and at 0850 I can be reached.
. Purpose: To decrease the occurrence of patient related falls and related injuries through accurate assessment, identification of patients at risk,
PROMOTION OF SAFETY BODY MECHANICS: 4 reasons for good body mechanics: 1. Muscles work best 2. Lifting, pulling, pushing easier 3. Prevents injury 4. Prevents.
USE OF WHEELCHAIR. OBTAIN AUTHORIZATION FROM CHARGE NURSE/ SUPERVISOR/ DOCTOR.
1 Focus on Processes and Systems. 2 Objectives (1 of 2) Explain that a focus on systems and processes is one of the four principles of quality improvement.
Psychological ◦ Feel comfortable and refreshed Physiological ◦ Wrinkled bed can cause skin irritation and contribute to pressure sores / decubitus.
Healthcare Professional Safety Body Mechanics 2.01 Understand safety procedures 1.
Ethics in Health Care. SCOPE OF PRACTICE Duties and responsibilities a health care professional can perform based upon:
Positioning the Patient. Observe safety factors to prevent falls and injury Assist the patient on to the exam table Protect the patients privacy During.
2.01 Understand safety procedures Environmental Safety Other Emergency Procedures 2.01 Understand safety procedures 1.
Copyright © 2008 Delmar Learning. All rights reserved. Unit 16 The Patient’s Mobility: Transfer Skills.
SAFE COMFORTABLE PRIVATE ALL EQUIPMENT IN WORKING ORDER CALL SIGNAL WITHIN PATIENT’S REACH ROOM IS NEAT, CLEAN, AND UNCLUTTERED SAFETY BARS AND CALL.
Safety in the Workplace. Body Mechanics The way in which the body moves and maintains balance while making the most efficient use of all its parts.
Safety SAFETY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PRINICPLE OF CARE.
Raising and escalating concerns: Guidance for nurses and midwives.
C ARE OF THE RESIDENT ’ S ENVIRONMENT Section II, Unit 2.
Safety Applications in the Healthcare Classroom / Laboratory / Clinics HS – IHS – 2: Students will maintain a safe work environment and prevent accidents.
3.01 Positioning the Patient is a Diagnostic Service.
Introduction 3.03 Understand support services Introduction.
Implementing Expanded Seasonal Influenza Meeting Healthcare and Other Settings.
1 Patients’ Rights and Responsibilities. PATIENT RIGHTS 2 Every healthcare facility is mandated to display the following Rights and Responsibilities:
Scientific Method. 1. Identify Problem Written as a question. No pronouns.
Patient Transfer for Health Professional. Objectives Discuss safety pertaining to patient transfer Discus levels of transfer and assistance Discuss proper.
Health Skills II Unit 204 Ambulation and Assistive Devices.
Wilmington Medical Associates Patient’s Rights & Responsibilities You Have the Right to: Considerate and Respectful Care We respect your right to: expect.
Use of Restraints Required Education for Providers.
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The Resident’s Environment Make your patient’s comfortable!
Copyright © 2008 Delmar Learning. All rights reserved. Low Bed Safety for Nursing Assistants Barbara Acello, RN.
B.S.I. British Standards Institute. BSI Exam Question Describe the work of the BSI (British Standards Institute) and explain its importance to the consumer.
Copyright © 2008 Delmar Learning. All rights reserved. Unit 1 Pre and Post-Procedural Activities.
Environmental Cleaning Tool Kit Funded through the AORN Foundation and supported by a grant from Ecolab Quality in Environmental Cleaning Module 6.
Dental Assistant A dental assistant is specialized in assisting with the practice of dentistry.
MNA M osby ’ s Long Term Care Assistant Chapter 34 Admitting, Transferring and Discharging.
Critical Care bed in the ICU Stephanie Allen Sukanya Bhattaccharya Sarah Manning Surabhi Satam Temidayo Yembra.
MNA Mosby’s Long Term Care Assistant Chapter 17 Safe Resident Handling Moving and Transfers.
Dental Assisting DNT-354 By: Dr. Kifaya Ifthikar.
Patient Transfer for Health Care Professional Objectives Discuss safety pertaining to patient transfer Discuss levels of transfer and assistance Discuss.
Presented by: Sana’a AL-Sulami. At the end of this lecture each student should be able to: 1 - Define transferring. 2- Enumerate the reasons of moving.
Career Clusters & Pathways. Career Cluster Definition: A Career Cluster is a grouping of occupations and broad industries based on commonalities. The.
Objective 2.01 Understand Safety Procedures. Environmental Safety Basic Emergency Response Immediate actions to save lives protect property protect the.
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