Morning Simulation

MD III- Prep Work

SIM DAY 2- Morning Simulation

Carl Shapiro- Chest Pain

 

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The below activities are required to be completed before you arrive to the simulation. Completing the below criteria is your “ticket to enter” the simulation. Please have all pre-work submitted by Monday at 2359 prior to simulation day. If this is not completed, you will not be allowed to participate in the simulation (please be advised that simulations are limited, so make-up is not an optionIf the simulation is not completed for this course you will fail to meet the objectives and not pass this course-both lecture and clinical).

Complete the Pathophysiology diagram below by using the ATI Med/Surg ebook or your Ignatavicius Med-Surg Text located in your lecture course shell regarding Myocardial Infarction. (Chapter 35) (1hr)

 

 

1. Complete the table below (1hr)

Complete the table below on medications using a Drug eBook.

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Drug Name Indications Pharmacokinetics Contraindications/Precautions Nursing Implications Implementation Patient/family teaching

Evaluation

Aspirin 325mg PO (chewed)            
Nitroglycerin Tab SL            
Morphine 2mg IV push  

 

 

 

         

 

 

 

 

2. Complete the table below (30 min.)

Complete the table below on lab values using the Lab and diagnostic ebook (example below).

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Lab Name Rationale Normal Ranges Indications Nursing Implications
BMP        
         
CBC        
         
Troponin        
         
CK-MB        
         
Myoglobin        
         
PT/PTT        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Status Asthmaticus

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Health Promotion and Disease Prevention:

 

 

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Risk Factors

 

 

Document two Nursing Diagnosis and two Goals for your client:

 

 

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Lab Tests/ Diagnostics

 

 

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Nursing Interventions

 

 

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Client Education

 

 

Medications (list only)

 

 

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Multidisciplinary Care

 

 

Possible Complications

 

 

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