20 terms

Clinical miscellaneous

Braden schale
for predicting pressure ulcer risk
finger prick
Patient ID
Avoid finger pad.
Use the second blood drop for testing.
Do not apply blood on top.
KCl maximum dose
10 milliequivalent IV every hour
04 things to remember at every procedure
- Gel in, gel out
- Alcohol wipes
- ID patient
- Bed down, sides up
What to fill in the MA sheet
- meds from 7 am to 1 pm
- prn medication if given in the past 24 hours
Intramuscular Injection - site
vastus lateralis
Intramuscular injection - needle length
01 inch to 2 inches
Intramuscular injection - gauge
21 - 22
Intramuscular syringe
3-5 ml
Intramuscular injection
Angle 90 degree + aspiration
Subcutaneous injection - Sites
Posterior upper arm + abdomen
Subcutaneous injection - needle length
three eighth (3/8) inch - five eighth (5/8) inche
Subcutaneous injection - Needle gauge
Subcutaneous injection - syringe
1-3 ml
Subcutaneous injection
angle 90 degree, pinch an inch
Intradermal injection - sites
anterior forearm
Intradermal injection - needle length
half (1/2) inch - five eighth (5/8) inch
Intradermal injection - needle gauge
Intradermal injection - syringe
Intradermal injection
bevel up, 5-15 degree, raise a bubble under the skin, insert needle no more than half way