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Unit 51. Special Advanced Procedures. Objectives. Spell and define terms. State the reasons for removing an indwelling catheter as soon as possible. List the guidelines for caring for an ostomy. Objectives. List at least six procedures in which sterile technique is used.

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Unit 51

Unit 51

Special Advanced Procedures


Objectives

Objectives

  • Spell and define terms.

  • State the reasons for removing an indwelling catheter as soon as possible.

  • List the guidelines for caring for an ostomy.


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Objectives

  • List at least six procedures in which sterile technique is used.

  • State nursing assistant responsibilities for the care of patients with advanced airways.


Introduction

Introduction

  • The responsibilities of nursing assistants vary throughout the nation.


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Introduction

  • Scope and type of assignments given to nursing assistants are influenced by:

    • Basic preparation

    • Experience

    • Specific advanced training in procedural skills

    • Facility policy

    • State laws that specify the range of practice of nursing assistants


Special advanced procedures

Special Advanced Procedures

  • As a nursing assistant, you may be required to perform special advanced procedures such as:

    • Urine and stool tests

    • Removing an indwelling catheter

    • Ostomies

    • Sterile technique


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Special Advanced Procedures

  • Instructions for these procedures are provided in the textbook.


Advanced airways

Advanced Airways

  • Anoropharyngeal airway

    • Inserted into the mouth to keep the tongue from falling to the back of the throat

    • It is used only in unresponsive patients

    • Refer to Figure 51-21


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Advanced Airways

  • A nasopharyngeal airway

    • Extends from the nostril to the posterior pharynx area, keeping the tongue off the back of the throat.

    • This airway may be used in responsive patients.

    • Refer to Figure 51-22


Endotracheal intubation

Endotracheal Intubation

  • An endotracheal tube provides complete control over the airway

  • Refer to Figure 51-23

  • Patient will be mechanically ventilated

  • He or she will be unable to speak and will require total care


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Endotracheal Intubation

  • When a mechanical ventilator cannot be used:

    • Bag-valve-mask is used to ventilate the patient, who is completely without effective respirations.


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Endotracheal Intubation


Endotracheal intubation3

Endotracheal Intubation


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Endotracheal Intubation


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