Bathe the patient’s entire body using 8 to 10 washcloths.
Assist the patient to a chair and provide bathing supplies.
Saturate a towel and blanket in a plastic bag. and then bathe the patient.
Assist the patient to the bathtub and provide a bath chair.
Cover the mattress with a sheepskin.
Keep the linens wrinkle free.
Separate the skin folds with towels.
Apply petrolatum barrier creams.
A clean gown and gloves must be worn when in contact with the client.
Everyone who enters the room must wear a N-95 respirator mask.
All linen and trash must be marked as contaminated and send to biohazard waste.
Place the client in a room with a client with an upper respiratory infection.
Admitted with unstable diabetes mellitus.
Who underwent surgical repair of a perforated bowel.
With a stage 3 sacral pressure ulcer.
Admitted with a urinary tract infection.
Remaining 1 foot away from nonsterile areas
Placing sterile items on the sterile field
Avoiding the border of the sterile drape
Reaching 1 foot over the sterile field
Transient flora from the skin.
Resident flora from the skin.
All microorganisms from the skin.
Media for bacterial growth.
Medication given 30 minutes after scheduled dose time
Patient’s dentures lost after transfer
Worn electrical cord discovered on an IV infusion pump
Prescription without the route of administration
Separates the health record according to discipline
Organizes documentation around the patient’s problems
Highlights the patient’s concerns. problems. and strengths
Is designed to streamline documentation
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