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Study Guide

Nursing Skills Laboratory Fifteen


DATE:

  1. December 4 or 6, 2001

NURSING INTERVENTIONS CLASSIFICATION (NIC):

  1. Domain 2: Physiological: Complex (Care That Supports Homeostatic Regulation)
    1. N (Tissue Perfusion Management): Interventions to optimize circulation of blood and fluids to the tissue
      1. Applying anti-embolism stockings
        1. (4110 Embolus Precautions)
      2. Changing an intravenous (IV) bottle/bag and tubing
        1. (4200 Intravenous [IV] Therapy)
      3. Calculating intravenous (IV) drip rates
        1. (4200 Intravenous [IV] Therapy)
      4. Monitoring a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
        1. (4200 Intravenous [IV] Therapy)
      5. Redressing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
        1. (4200 Intravenous [IV] Therapy)
      6. Discontinuing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
        1. (4200 Intravenous [IV] Therapy)

READ CAREFULLY:

  1. Taylor, Lillis, & LeMone, Chapter 36 (pp. 854; 861-862)
  2. Taylor, Lillis, & LeMone, Chapter 45 (pp. 1302-1320)
  3. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Applying anti-embolism stockings
  4. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Changing an Intravenous (IV) Bottle/Bag and Tubing
  5. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Calculating intravenous (IV) drip rates
  6. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Monitoring a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
  7. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Redressing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
  8. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Discontinuing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line

TERMS TO KNOW:

  1. Drip chamber
  2. Drop orifice
  3. Infiltration
  4. Phlebitis
  5. Roller clamp
  6. Spike/piercing pin
  7. Vent
  8. Y-medicinal port

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

  1. Read the following PRIOR to lab:
    1. Taylor, Lillis, & LeMone, Chapter 36 (pp. 854; 861-862)
    2. Taylor, Lillis, & LeMone, Chapter 45 (pp. 1302-1320)
    3. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Applying anti-embolism stockings Hose
    4. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Changing an Intravenous (IV) Bottle/Bag and Tubing
    5. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Calculating intravenous (IV) drip rates
    6. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Monitoring a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
    7. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Redressing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
    8. Nursing Skills Laboratory Procedure: Discontinuing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
  2. View the following videotapes PRIOR to lab:
  3. Take a written test on the following DURING lab:
    1. Applying anti-embolism stockings
    2. Changing an Intravenous (IV) bottle/bag and tubing
    3. Calculating intravenous (IV) drip rates
    4. Monitoring a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
    5. Redressing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
    6. Discontinuing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
  4. Demonstration/redemonstration of the following skills DURING Lab:
    1. Applying anti-embolism stockings
    2. Changing an intravenous (IV) bottle/bag and tubing
    3. Calculating intravenous (IV) drip rates
    4. Monitoring a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
    5. Redressing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line
    6. Discontinuing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line

STUDY QUESTIONS TO REVIEW FOR TEST:

  1. The proper technique for applying anti-embolism stockings.
  2. The proper technique for changing an intravenous (IV) bottle/bag and tubing.
  3. The proper technique for calculating intravenous (IV) drip rates.
  4. The proper technique for monitoring a peripheral intravenous (IV) line.
  5. The proper technique for redressing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line.
  6. The proper technique for discontinuing a peripheral intravenous (IV) line.

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