Administer and monitor medication in the work environment

(Marking criteria) Did the student demonstrate the following skills:
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Q1 Provides a definition for each of the following
• Pharmacokinetics
• Pharmacodynamics
• Pharmacotherapeutics
• Toxicology 0
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Q2 discusses the following 5 points for EACH of the drugs listed
• The major drug group/class these brand names come under
• What they are prescribed for and their common routes e.g. IV, imi, sc, po etc.
• How do they work (mode of action)
• Common side effects and possible adverse interactions with other drugs
• Nursing implications

1. Glyceryl Trinitrate
2. Warfarin
3. Actrapid Insulin 0
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Q3
a. Aside from the national EN competency and state competencies discusses – What are the most important aspects of the drug administration process?
b. Identifies who is ultimately responsibility for correct drug administration? 0
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Q4a
Explains the mode of action for digoxin 0
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Q4b
Reviews the side effects of digoxin; discuss aspects of her history that may be related to these side effects 0
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Q4c
Explain the mode of action and the rationale for administering Frusemide 0
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Q4d
Reviews Mrs A’s prescribed medications and discusses any possible interactions that may occur 0
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Q4e
Describes the influence of Absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of drugs for the older client 0
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Q5a
Defines adverse drug reaction 0
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Q5b
Describes role as an EN responding to Mr B’s nurse call bell. Including immediate priorities, follow-up assessments, consults and documentation. 0
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Q5c
Discusses the education (regarding new allergy) that should be provided to Mr B after he recovers from this event? 0
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Q5d
Evaluates the clients understanding of their new allergy 0
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Q5e
Identifies the changes that should be added to the medication chart after an allergic reaction with reference to the national medication chart 0
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Q6 Identifies the medications highlighted in A.P.I.N.C.H.S 0
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Q7a
Correctly calculates the fluid balance chart 0
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Q7b
Discusses the nursing assessment undertaken for a patient who is in a possible fluid overload 0
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Q7c
Explains the process of completing a pain assessment on Amelia – using a pain assessment tool 0
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Q7d
Discusses at least 3 complementary Therapies 0
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Q7e
Identifies which drug schedule applies to Endone and discusses the storage requirements for this medication. 0
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Q7f
Provides an example of what you would write when doing the documentation once the pain relieving medication has been administered 0
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Q7g
In the students own words briefly discusses their understanding of traditional medicine in the context of health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 0
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Q8
From a legislative & organisational perspective- Discusses the management of the case study in regards to Mrs Marshalls refusal to take her medicine 0
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Q9a
Identifies the 7 essential elements needed on a medication chart 0
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Q9b
Identifies the 6 errors on the medication chart 0
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Q9c
Identifies the correct answer 0
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Q9d
Identifies the steps as a EN are you to follow when administering a PRN medication 0
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Q10a
Discusses the risk factors and complications of IV therapy 0
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Q10b
Outlines the care of a peripheral Intravenous cannula 0
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Q10c.
Discusses the steps for removal of a peripheral Intravenous cannula 0
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Q10d
Identifies the indications for the administration of Intravenous therapy 0
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Q10e
Provides a medication for each of the schedules listed 0
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Q11. Identifies the correct calculation using the BSA for Mrs Jones to obtain how many mgs will be needed.

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