clinical senerio- client diagnosed with fever, urinary urgency, Deep vein thrombosis and etc.

Medication given:

tylenol, asprin, ciprolfoxacin, levothyroxin, heparin.Document Preview: 

Daily Hours: 0700-1730 Cumulative Hours: 12 hours Date: February 11, 2008Daily Learning Objectives:To demonstrate professional behaviors including punctuality and appropriate dress according to institution policy.To establish a professional relationship with my preceptor and the rest of the staff.To become familiar with the layout of the unit, where all equipment can be located, and with the day to day operation of the unit.Learning Strategies:Preceptor instructionClinical agency documentation:XXXX 6010/26 (Rev 05/06). Emergency Department Registration FormXXXX 6400/2 (Rev 04/06). Emergency Department Nursing RecordXXXX 6400/5 (Rev 02/06). Emergency Medicine Department Triage NoteLiterature review obtained from:Abbott Point of Care, Inc. (1997-2008). Product Info: i-Stat 1. Retrieved February 23, 2008, from information that I utilized from this reference was to gain a better understanding of the i-STAT 1 handheld blood gas analyzer used in the ED. This handheld analyzer provides reliable test results in a little as two minutes with only a few drops of blood. It can test for blood gases, electrolytes, chemistries, coagulation, hematology, glucose, and cardiac markers allowing for faster interventions for serious compromises in client status. I also was able to review the directions on how to use the handheld analyzer.Dreskin, S. C., & Palmer, G. W. (2005, October 7). eMedicine: Anaphylaxis. Retrieved February 23, 2008, from information that I utilized from this reference was to better understand the acute systemic reaction that occurs during anaphylaxis. Anaphylactic reaction is usually a type I IgE-mediated hypersensitivity reaction of more than one organ system. A sensitizing antigen elicits an IgE antibody response, which bind to mast cells and…