46TH CASE SCENARIO.(NURSING) WOUNDCARE.

Wound assessment is very important point in the preparation and treatment of wound. The entire person need to be assessed,life history, such as smoking,hypertension and diabetes. And for pressure ulcer to be treated effectively, a team approach is required. This involves the patients, families,healthcare providers and caregivers. Medical Diagnosis of : Pressure ulcer is usually […]

19TH CASE SCENARIO. (NURSING)RIGHT FOOT DIABETIC ULCERS/INFECTION.

Age 74years female. Admitted Date: 01/24/2015.Location 5NorthEast.Full code. Attending doctor: Dr. Don’t Hate. Diagnosis: Right foot Diabetic/Infected wound. Secondary Dx: HLD/DM/CVA no deficit/HTN.Right foot wound required amputation. Depression. Allergy: NKDA Consultation: General surgery. Dr.Not Nice. Infection Disease doctor: Dr. John Wooden. Right BKA amputation in am. CHG bath done. Consent signed after the surgery doctor […]

7TH CASE SCENARIO.(Nursing)Diabetic foot ulcer.

Mr A.J. 44years old man came into the Emergency room. Alert and oriented ×4 .Full code. Diagnosis: Diabetic foot infection Right great toe and second toe abcess,blister pop opened. Consultation: Podiatrist doctor consulted. ( Doctor Too Cute) Adaptive dressing change Qday. Incisions and drainage to be done at 1045am. NPO after midnight. Room air. Lungs […]

Happy Nurses Week 2020.

We are nurses.We are proud of the work that we do.And our patients need us more at this critical COVID19 PANDEMIC time than ever.Nursing is a profession that is within healthcare system.Nurses focus on the care of individuals, families and communities.Nurses provide care independently and also interdependently with doctors. Nurses promote and maintain ultimate quality […]

PRESSURE ULCER.WHAT IS IT?(In my understanding as a Registered Nurse)

Pressure ulcer in a simple term is known as bedsores or decubitous ulcers. They are localized damages to the skin.They are very expensive to treat, so the best thing is not to develop pressure ulcer.The hallmark sign of pressure ulcer is that they usually develop over Bony Prominence due to unrelieved pressure such as the […]