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Técnicas e Ações em Ambulating no Paciente Adulto

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    Corinne M.
    US
    Corinne M.

    What if the patient does feel uncomfortable to the procedure but, still need it ? What should be the reaction of the care giver ?

    Branda B.
    US
    Branda B.

    The word LOSE is spelled wrong. There is NOT two O's! Just one! Fix this!

    Michelle S.
    US
    Michelle S.

    Obtain comfortable bedding allow some of the patiens own possessions such as pillows or afghan when possible change the bed position head and knee reduce the noise and light in the patients room top covers may be pulled too tightly over the feet and legs check the mechanical reasons for discomfort wrinkles , lying on something alarms without cause restless difficulty getting comfortable not sleeping well straighten or change linens oral hygiene hair care sponge bath fresh pajamas modify the position for support and comfort

    Michelle S.
    US
    Michelle S.

    Patient collapses asume a broad stance with one foot slightly forward grasp the patients body firmly at the waist or under the axilla and allow him to slide down against your leg ease the patient slowly to the floor using your body as an incline lower your body along with the patient if necessary utilizr proper body mechanics

    John A.
    KE
    John A.

    English language- what does the teacher here mean by "should not be under-emphasized"

    John A.
    KE
    John A.

    In the lesson "supporting a patient who loses balance",what does basic nursing activity such as this ,although not always pleasant to the patient,does make a difference in the recovery and return to health of the patient" Does it help in the patients recovery? Am Mixed up in the English language used here.

    OKELLO D.
    UG
    OKELLO D.

    Obtain comfortable bedding allow some of the patiens own possessions such as pillows or afghan when possible change the bed position head and knee reduce the noise and light in the patients room top covers may be pulled too tightly over the feet and legs check the mechanical reasons for discomfort wrinkles , lying on something alarms without cause restless difficulty getting comfortable not sleeping well straighten or change linens oral hygiene hair care sponge bath fresh pajamas modify the position for support and comfort

    OKELLO D.
    UG
    OKELLO D.

    What does plantar plexion mean?

    Terri-Ann A.
    TT
    Terri-Ann A.

    did anyone find out the price of the course

    VICKI M.
    US
    VICKI M.

    Being a patient is stressful. You're dealing with pain, illness, loss of control, financial hardship, side effects of medication(s), personality clashes with staff, adaptation to strange environment, loss of support systems....blah blah blah so when the nurse carelessly looses the patients dentures or just acts like a 'nazi' giving the patient NO choices and takes everything away as if they are in jail it can potentially put the patient to risk of higher chances of infection and or even death.

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