What are the components of a comprehensive primary

Assignment Detail:- NUR5111 Contemporary nursing practice - Monash University Primary Assessment During this stage the nurse begins to collect relevant information by asking questions and performing a brief primary assessment-• What are the components of a comprehensive primary assessment that are clinically appropriate for Mrs White????• Identify any areas of concern in the primary assessment you would like to highlight for Mrs White- Your answers may be in dot point form for this section only- Focussed Assessment Based on the findings of the primary assessment, the nurse begins to collect information by asking relevant questions and performing a focussed assessment-• Choose three -3- priority systems to assess and provide rationale for why you have prioritised these three -3- systems- Look for clues in the case information/handover/notes to ensure your choice is relevant to the case-• Identify any other relevant information/assessment connected to your three -3- systems -focussed assessments- you would like to know more about to ensure a thorough focussed assessment has occurred- Identifying Nursing Problems In this stage, the nurse synthesises all the information that has been collected and identifies the most urgent patient problems-• Discuss the physical assessment findings that may alert you to physiological deterioration and explain why the findings are concerning-• Identify and prioritise two -2- actual patient problems and provide rationale for your prioritising of each patient problem-• Identify and prioritise two -2- potential problems of concern for this patient, and provide a rationale for each of your choices- These problems mus be of significance and relevance to the patient in this case- Planning and Implementing Care-approximately 500 words +/- 10%- Based on Mrs White's nursing problems, the nurse selects the most appropriate course of action and prioritises interventions- Discuss four -4- key evidence-based nursing interventions, including brief rationales for each intervention-• Interventions may relate to Mrs White's presentation at 0730 or be based on the 'bigger picture' of her needs during admission-• Interventions must be prioritised-• Interventions need to be nursing interventions, not medical-• Interventions must not be generic -i-e- vital signs, medication rounds are relevant to all patients; you should focus on interventions specific to Mrs White's needs-- Evaluation-approximately 200 words +/- 10%- This stage requires the nurse to evaluate each of the four -4- proposed interventions and determine whether the patient's condition has improved- This is how you will determine if the interventions you proposed have been successful- • What physical assessment findings would indicate that the four -4- nursing interventions you have suggested, have been effective or not???? For each intervention you have identified, state at least one -1- way you can evaluate if the intervention has worked or not-• You may include your evaluation as part of your planning and implementing section- Notes:• You do not need to repeat the case study details-• Your discussion must be supported by a wide range of current evidence from reputable academic sources- Reference should be no older than 7 years-• An academic style of writing and appropriate terminology should be used throughout the assessment- Attachment:- Contemporary nursing practice-rar

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