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Postoperative Case Management. ST230 Concorde Career College. Postoperative Case Management. Objectives: Describe the technique utilized when removing the gown and gloves postoperatively and explain the rationale.

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postoperative case management

Postoperative Case Management

ST230

Concorde Career College

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Postoperative Case Management

Objectives:

  • Describe the technique utilized when removing the gown and gloves postoperatively and explain the rationale.
  • List the three phases of the operating room cycle, identify the tasks performed during each phase, and describe the rationale for each.
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Postoperative Case Management

Objectives (continued):

  • Define the term homeostasis and describe the methods utilized in the surgical environment to monitor and maintain homeostasis.
  • List emergency situations that may arise in the surgical environment and describe the appropriate response to each situation.
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Postoperative Case Management

Objectives (continued):

  • Define the term specimen, identify methods for obtaining the specimen, describe methods of specimen processing, and outline the duties related to specimen handling.
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Postoperative Case Management

Objectives (continued):

  • List the types of documentation related to the surgical environment, describe the importance of each, apply recommended practices, and understand the legal implications of proper documentation.
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Postoperative Case Management

Drape Removal

  • Remove drapes after dressing application
  • Roll drape to contain biohazardous material
  • Dispose
  • Clean patient
  • Secure dressing
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Postoperative Case Management

Operating Room Cycle

  • Preoperative Phase
  • Intraoperative Phase
  • Postoperative Phase
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Postoperative Case Management

Homeostasis

  • How is homeostasis monitored in the OR?
  • How is homeostasis maintained in the OR?
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Postoperative Case Management

Emergency Situations

  • Respiratory arrest
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Malignant hyperthermia
  • Seizure
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Transfusion reaction
  • Pseudocholinesterase deficiency syndrome
  • Shock
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Postoperative Case Management

Surgical Specimens

  • What is a surgical specimen?
  • How are specimens obtained?
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Postoperative Case Management

Specimen Care

  • Name/location
  • Labeling
  • Type of exam
  • Requisition
  • Fixative

Note: Most specimens are not replaceable

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Postoperative Case Management

Documentation

  • Operative Record
  • Anesthesia Record
  • Specimen Handling
  • Incident Report
  • Implant Log
  • Operative Report
  • PACU Record
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Postoperative Case Management

ST230

Concorde Career College, Portland

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Postoperative Case Management

Objectives:

  • Describe the elements involved in planning for the patient’s discharge from the facility.
  • List the components of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health and describe the methods through which health is achieved.
  • List the equipment and supplies needed in the postanesthesia care unit (PACU) and describe the function and importance of each.
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Postoperative Case Management

Objectives:

  • Outline the postoperative patient care typically provided in the PACU and beyond.
  • List and describe common postoperative complications including signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and available treatment options.
  • List the three phases of the operating room cycle, identify the tasks performed during each phase, and describe the rationale for each.
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Postoperative Case Management

Objectives:

  • List the three phases of the instrument cycle, identify the tasks performed during each phase, and describe the rationale for each.
  • Describe the technique utilized when assembling an instrument set and explain the rationale.
  • Define the term decontamination.
  • Describe the decontamination process, list the types of disinfectants, and explain the usage for each type.
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Postoperative Case Management

Objectives:

  • Define the term sterilization.
  • Describe the sterilization process, list the types of sterilants, and explain the usage for each type.
  • Identify sterilization process monitoring concepts, list and describe the monitoring methods, and explain the rationale for each.
  • List and describe the types of microbial barriers and state the advantages and disadvantages of each type.
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Postoperative Case Management

Objectives:

  • List the sealing methods utilized with the various microbial barriers and describe the usage of each type.
  • Identify methods utilized for identification of sterile items.
  • Describe the methods utilized when applying microbial barriers and describe the application procedure for each type.
  • Describe the principles for storage of sterile items and outline the technique for storing, handling, and distributing sterile supplies.
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Postoperative Case Management

Discharge Planning – Consider the following:

  • Where will the patient go?
  • How will he or she get there?
  • Who will be there to care for the patient, if necessary?
  • Medications?
  • Dressings?
  • Future appointments?
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Postoperative Case Management

Homeostasis

List the components of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health and describe the methods through which health is achieved.

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Postoperative Case Management

PACU

Equipment and supplies

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Postoperative Case Management

Equipment and Supplies

  • Oxygen
  • Suction
  • Monitoring Devices
  • Wound Care
  • Emergency (resuscitation) Equipment
  • Personnel
  • Diagnostic Equipment (available)
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Postoperative Case Management

Common Surgical Complications

  • Hemorrhage
  • Hematoma formation
  • Infection
  • Damage to nearby structures
  • Nuerovascular compromise
  • Wound dehiscence
  • Death
  • Complications related to anesthesia administration
  • Specific complications according to procedure performed
  • Organ perforation
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Postoperative Case Management

Operating Room Cycle

  • Preoperative
  • Intraoperative
  • Postoperative
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Surgical Case Management

Instrument Cycle

  • Preoperative Phase
  • Intraoperative Phase
  • Postoperative Phase