Identify the factors that you would need to consider prior to and during an assessment..

Identify the factors that you would need to consider prior to and during an assessment? (min 50 words)
1b) Using the information from the case study, identify and define three (3) physical or psychologically factors that will need to be implemented into Mr Bott’s care plan.
1c) Identify which of the following vital signs provided above are outside normal range and provide the correct range for each.
Temperature
Pulse
Respirations
Blood Pressure
Oxygen saturation

  1. The registered nurse asks you to perform neurological observations on Mr Bott. Identify what data you would collect and how you would perform a neurological assessment. (min 100 words)
  2. You are now asked to complete an admission document for Mr Bott. Considering Mr Bott’s age, cultural, spiritual and religious data, identify six (6) ways in which these could be addressed in a plan of care.
  3. As a result of the (R) sided hemiplegia, Mr Bott requires assistance to empty and change his colostomy bag. Outline the steps involved (for the nurse) to change the colostomy bag (100 words – bullet points acceptable)
    5a) Outline 3 risk factors associated with immobility, providing a brief explanation of each one chosen. (Bullet points are acceptable when accompanied by an explanation (100 words
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ASE STUD Mr Saheed Bott is a 69 year old semi-retired university professor. His wife passed away 12 months ago and Saheed has kept himself busy marking papers from the university, reading and travelling. He has a son who has recently moved interstate for work. Mr Bott is a Muslim and English is his second language. Mr Bott wears glasses for reading and other than a permanent colostomy (resulting from a large bowel infarction in 2005) he has nil significant medical history to report. Last night Mr Bott was at dinner with friends when he suddenly became unwell and had difficulties speaking. Mr Bott was brought in by ambulance to the emergency department and was diagnosed as having had a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) with residual right (R) sided hemiplegia, dysphagia and dysphasia. Mr Bott is transferred to the acute medical ward where you work. Mr Bott appears drowsy but is responsive. He is currently Nil by Mouth (NBM) whilst awaiting a speech therapist review. His vital signs on arrival are: T 36.5 degrees C; P 120; R 24; SpO2 94% and BP 180/90. 1a) Identify the factors that you would need to consider prior to and during an assessment? (min 50 words) 1b) Using the information from the case study, identify and define three (3) physical or psychologically factors that will need to be implemented into Mr Bott’s care plan. 1c) Identify which of the following vital signs provided above are outside normal range and provide the correct range for each. Temperature Pulse Respirations Blood Pressure Oxygen saturation 2. The registered nurse asks you to perform neurological observations on Mr Bott. Identify what data you would collect and how you would perform a neurological assessment. (min 100 words) 3. You are now asked to complete an admission document for Mr Bott. Considering Mr Bott’s age, cultural, spiritual and religious data, identify six (6) ways in which these could be addressed in a plan of care. 4. As a result of the (R) sided hemiplegia,…

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