patient accurately. No matter how major or minor, misinterpretation and unfortunate outcomes may be avoided by a strong, healthy communication barrier within the work floor. Studies have shown that delays in diagnosis, patient complaints, adverse effects and wrong treatments can be minimised by complete and proper handovers. Vulnerabilities to patient quality deliveries are most likely to happen during this stage of the healthcare process (Johnson, Jefferies & Nicholls 2012). Completed clinical assessments
medication to be able to lead a normal life. (Lane, 1996) The most obvious limitations suffered relate to the asthmatics physiological dysfunction. However, physiological dysfunction can in turn contribute to greater social and psychological limitations. This area is related more specifically to quality of life and morbidity and will be discussed further on. The main physiological limitation is related to the presence of the bronchial narrowing slowing the movement... ... middle of paper ... .
Nursing Care Plan CLIENT CLINICAL PICTURE Mr. GB is a 78 year old white male admitted to Bay Pines VAMC on 6/18/96. for " atypical chest pain and hemoptysis". V/S BP 114/51, P 84, R 24, T 97.4. He seems alert and oriented x 3 and cheerful. Bowel sounds present x 4. Pt. has a red area on his coccyx. Silvadene treatments have been started. Pt. Has a fungal lung infection with a pleural suction drainage tube inserted in his chest . Pt is extremely thin with poor skin turgor with