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-drops must be room temperature to prevent vertigo
-pull auricle back and up to straighten ear
-lay 2-3 minutes after
- insert drops into center of conjunctival sac
- avoid touching eye
- apply gentle pressure to nasolacrimal duct
z track method
pulling skin back while giving an IM; once skin is release the opening closes keeping the medication in the muscle
right: medication, dose, time, route, client, documentation, client education, refuse, assessment, evaluation
primary intention healing
well-approximated, redness, swelling pain; minimal or not tissue loss and little risk for infection; minimal scarring
secondary intention healing
greater risk for infection; extensive tissue loss, edges can't be closed, repair time longer, scarring greater; pressure ulcers, burns
tertiary intention healing
traumatic wounds, initially left open for several days; edema, infection or exudate resolves
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