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USE TO INDICATE PERFORMANCE USE LARGER SPACE FOR BRIEF COMMENT. NORMAL N Init D Init E Init, Alert oriented x3 W I Normal Limits. follows commands See Neuro Flow Sheet, NEUROLOGICAL. speech clear and Disoriented to, appropriate motor Agitated. response moves Lethargic, all extremities Unresponsive. Speech None Aphasic, Inappropriate, Motor Deficit HOH.
Parasthesia Impaired Vision, Heart rhythm regular W I Normal Limits. brisk capillary refill Abnormal Heart Rate i e Brady Tachy. CARDIOVASCULAR, no edema peripheral Abnormal Heart Rhythm. pulses present by Capillary Refill Time 3 seconds, palpation Edema Present. Postural Hypotension, Graft present Abnormal Peripheral Pulse. Radial R L R L R L, Location Popliteal, Bruit Y N Pedal.
Thrill Y N Calf Redness tenderness swelling, See Neurovascular Assessment Sheet. Respirations even W I Normal Limits, unlabored lung Abnormal Respiratory Rate. sounds clear no Irregular, cough rate within Shallow Deep. normal limits Labored, Breath Sounds Diminished Wheeze. Absent Rhonchi, Cough Non productive, Productive, Oxygen Amount Type.
Continuous Pulse Oximetry, Chest Tube s R L, Suction Air Leak Suction Air Leak Suction Air Leak. Cms Cms Cms, Tracheostomy, Sputum Color, Sputum Consistency. Abdomen soft W I Normal Limits, non distended Abdomen Distended. nontender bowel Tender, sounds present Bowel Sounds Absent. 4 quads no N V Hypoactive, diarrhea Hyperactive, constipation Nausea Vomiting.
Bowel Incontinence, Constipation, Colostomy Ileostomy COLOS ILEOS COLOS ILEOS COLOS ILEOS. Tubes GT NGT Cantor Other, FALL RISK INDICATORS If any asterisked item is checked institute Fall Protocol. PART OF THE MEDICAL RECORD, 8850018 Rev 05 05 Med Surg Nursing Flow Sheet NURSING PAGE 2 of 6. USE TO INDICATE PERFORMANCE USE LARGER SPACE FOR BRIEF COMMENT. NORMAL N Init D Init E Init, Urine clear W I Normal Limits. yellow to amber Urine cloudy, No difficulty voiding color.
No bladder distention Frequency, DIALYSIS DAYS Dysuria. M TH SA Urinary Incontinence, T F SU Foley Suprapubic Nephrostomy. W Dialysis, Moves all extremities W I Normal Limits. independently full Weakness Location, MUSCLOSKEL, spontaneous ROM Paralysis Location. self care independent Amputation Type Location, bed mobility transfers Assistive Device Type Prosthesis.
steady gait ambulates Skin Assessment of Immobilized Area. without assistive Immobilization Device Type, device absence of Traction Type Location Wgt. joint swelling or Joint Pain, tenderness Swelling, PAIN MANAGEMENT. COMFORT GOAL PAIN RATING SCALE USED, SEDATION PAIN EVALUATION. TIME PAIN LOCATION INTERVENTION INITIALS INITIALS, RATING RATING TIME PAIN. PAIN SCALES, WONG BAKER, 0 10 VISUAL O 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10.
VERBAL No Hurt Hurts Little Bit Hurts Little More Hurts Even More Hurts Whole Lot Worst Pain. WONG BAKER FACES PAIN SCALE from Wong DL Hockenberry Eaton M Wilson D Winkelstein ML Ahmann E DiVito Thomas PA Whaley Wong. NON COGNITIVE Use FLACC Pain Scale Care of Infants Children 6th ed St Louis MO Mosby Year Book Inc 1999 1153 Copyrighted by Mosby Year Book Inc Reprinted with Permission. 1 Sum of FACE LEGS ACTIVITY CRY, SEDATION SCALE FLACC PAIN SCALE CONSOLABILITY Scores FLACC Score. 2 Record FLACC Score using the 0 10, S NORMAL SLEEP EASY TO AROUSE ORIENTED WHEN AWAKENED APPROPRIATE VISUAL NUMERIC Scale above. COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR FACE Score, 1 WIDE AWAKE ALERT OR AT BASELINE ORIENTED INITIATES CONVERSATION 0 No particular expression or smile. 1 Occasional grimace or frown withdrawn disinterested. 2 DROWSY EASY TO AROUSE BUT ORIENTED AND DEMONSTRATES APPROPRIATE 2 Frequent to constant frown clenched jaw quivering chin. COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR WHEN AWAKE LEGS Score, 3 DROWSY SOMEWHAT DIFFICULT TO AROUSE BUT ORIENTED WHEN AWAKE 0 Normal position or relaxed. 1 Uneasy restless tense, 4 DIFFICULT TO AROUSE CONFUSED NOT ORIENTED 2 Kicking or legs drawn up.
5 UNAROUSABLE ACTIVITY Score, 0 Lying quietly normal position moves easily. 1 Squirming shifting back forth tense, INTERVENTION 2 Arched rigid or jerking. 1 DISCUSS PAIN MANAGEMENT PLAN WITH PHYSICIAN 0 No crying asleep or awake. 1 Moans or whimpers occasional complaint, 2 PHARMACOLOGICAL See MED KARDEX 2 Crying steadily screams or sobs frequent complaints. 3 NON PHARMACOLOGICAL A Position Changed B Relaxation Technique CONSOLABILITY Score. C Splinting D Imagery E Music F Education 0 Content relaxed. 1 Reassured by touching hugging talking to distractable. G Other 2 Difficult to console or comfort, PART OF THE MEDICAL RECORD. 8850018 Rev 05 05 Med Surg Nursing Flow Sheet NURSING PAGE 3 of 6. IV SITE ASSESSMENT, TIME N A 0000 0200 0400 0600 0800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200.
Dressing Intact, Changes Y N, Progress Note, PHLEBITIS SCALE CODES VENOUS ACCESS. 0 NO PAIN SWELLING 3 PAIN REDNESS SWELLING Palpable Cord 3 inches C CENTRAL LINE FEMORAL LINE. 1 PAIN AT SITE 4 PAIN REDNESS SWELLING Palpable Cord 3 inches P PERIPHERAL LINE. 2 PAIN REDNESS SWELLING I IMPLANTED DEVICE, FALL PREVENTION STANDARD. Fall Standard in Use, Yellow ID band on Patient, Yellow Card on Door. Call Light in Reach, Bed Low Locked, Bed Alarm In Use. Side Rails Up X2 X4 X2 X4 X2 X4, PART ONE RESTRAINT INTERVENTIONS.
N A If initial order document time restraints applied Military Time. 1 Indication for use of restraints Interference with medical treatment Risk of falls. 2 Alternative intervention s attempted prior to restraint applications Nursing interventions i e securing tubing dressing. Diversional activity i e music puzzles etc Environment change Reality orientation Bed alarm. Spend more time with patients Reduce stimuli Family significant other involvement. 3 Alternative measures effective Yes No, 4 Education. a Patient significant other educated on restraint alternatives reason s for restraint use Yes No. b Patient significant other verbalized understanding Yes No Not understood by patient significant other unavailable. 5 Type and location of restraint s in use, 6 a Restraint Standard for Acute Care Setting in use Yes No. b Acute Confusional State Standard in use Yes No, PART TWO OBSERVATION FLOWSHEET Directions Document Observations every 2 hours MST may complete. TIME 0000 0200 0400 0600 0800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200. Circulation, LOC Mental, Indicate Time s Patient N D E. OUT OF RESTRAINTS N D E, PART OF THE MEDICAL RECORD.
8850018 Rev 05 05 Med Surg Nursing Flow Sheet NURSING PAGE 4 of 6. BRADEN SCORE FOR PREDICTING PRESSURE ULCER RISK To be Completed every 24 hours. SENSORY PERCEPTION MOISTURE ACTIVITY MOBILITY NUTRITION FRICTION SHEAR. 1 Completely limited 1 Constantly moist 1 Bedrest 1 Completely 1 Very poor 1 Problem. 2 Very limited 2 Very moist 2 Chairfast 2 Very limited 2 Probably 2 Potential problem. inadequate, 3 Slightly limited 3 Occasionally moist 3 Walks 3 Slightly limited 3 Adequate 3 No apparent. occasionally problem, 4 No impairment 4 Rarely moist 4 Walks often 4 No limitations 4 Excellent. SCORE SCORE SCORE SCORE SCORE SCORE, IF TOTAL SCORE 17 PATIENT IS AT HIGH RISK FOR PRESSURE ULCER TOTAL SCORE. IMPLEMENT PRESSURE ULCER PREVENTION PROTOCOL IMMEDIATELY COMPLETED BY. STAGE APPEARANCE DRAINAGE ODOR PERI WOUND TISSUE, I Reddened area intact skin P Pink Clean O None O None WNL Within Normal Limits. II Blister skin break S Slough S Serous M Mild R Reddened. III Skin break exposing E Eschar SG Sero sanguineous F Foul D Darkened. subcutaneous tissue P Purulent M Macerated, IV Skin break exposing muscle.
and or bone NOTE SIZE IS DOCUMENTED ON ADMISSION EVERY 7 DAYS THURSDAYS. 0700 1900 NA Additional Dressing Changes Document in Progress Notes. If more then 5 wounds use Pressure Ulcer Progress Chart Overlay. LOCATION WOUND WOUND WOUND WOUND WOUND, Venous Stasis. TYPE Pressure Ulcer or, Traumatic Wound, Stage Pressure Ulcer ONLY. Appearance, Peri Wound Tissue, Size cm L x W x D, Undermining Y N. Irrigation, Time Initials, Time Initials, 1900 0700 NA Additional Dressing Changes Document in Progress Notes. LOCATION WOUND WOUND WOUND WOUND WOUND, Venous Stasis.
TYPE Pressure Ulcer or, Traumatic Wound, Stage Pressure Ulcer ONLY. Appearance, Peri Wound Tissue, Size cm L x W x D, Undermining Y N. Irrigation, Time Initials, Time Initials, PART OF THE MEDICAL RECORD. 8850018 Rev 05 05 Med Surg Nursing Flow Sheet NURSING PAGE 5 of 6. NA POST OPERATIVE WOUND CARE, SITE N D E, Post Operative Dressing Incision Assessment. Post Operative Wound Drainage Assessment, Post Operative Wound Care.
NA TURNING POSITIONING SCHEDULE, L Left R Right B Back CH Chair ST Stand OFF OFF Unit INIT Initials. DATE 0000 0200 0400 0600 0800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200. INIT INIT INIT INIT INIT INIT INIT INIT INIT INIT INIT INIT. INTERVENTIONS TREATMENTS, AM PM Care, Bath check one C P S SH T. Catheter Care, Support Surface, Ambulated w Assist. Bed Alarm On, Side Rails Up X2 X4 X2 X4 X2 X4, Bed Low and Locked. Anti Embolitic Device Hose Remove BID, Extremity Skin Assessment.
Trach Care, Incentive Spirometry, Suctioning, Aspiration Precautions. Seizure Precautions, Bed Padded, Suction Available. Visual Observation Q 2 Hrs, PART OF THE MEDICAL RECORD. 8850018 Rev 05 05 Med Surg Nursing Flow Sheet NURSING PAGE 6 of 6. Med Surg Nursing Flow Sheet NURSING PART TWO OBSERVATION FLOWSHEET Directions Document Observations every 2 hours MST may complete TIME ROM 0600 0800 1000 1800 OUT OF RESTRAINTS 1600 1600 1800 2000 Initials 0000 Location PHLEBITIS SCALE CODES VENOUS ACCESS 0200 0400 1200 1400 PART OF THE MEDICAL RECORD 8850018 Rev 05 05 FALL PREVENTION

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