Purpose of assessment task Nurses have an active role in medication management, including safe…

Purpose of assessment task Nurses have an active role in medication management, including safe…

Purpose of assessment task Nurses have an active role in medication management, including safe administration practices, knowledge of risks such as medication errors, adverse effects and drug interactions. Patient participation in medication management and patient education are also essential to patient safety. Assessment task: On 6th of March at 1500 hours, Mr. Michael Fazio, aged 74 years, was admitted to the medical unit having been transferred from the emergency department where he was admitted with a non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI). It is now 7th March at 1200 hours and Mr. Fazio is in bed six and his wife is in attendance. Mr. Fazio has a history of hypertension, and hyperlipidaemia. Mr. Fazio’s vital signs were taken two hours ago: Heart rate: Blood pressure: Respiratory rate: Oxygen saturation: Temperature: Blood glucose level: 62 bpm, regular 103/60 mmHg 22 breaths/min 96% on room air 36.8°C 9.1mmol/L The plan for Mr. Fazio: is to have serial electrocardiograph’s (ECG’s) and cardiac enzymes. Questions: Q1a. Assess Mr. Fazio’s medication chart and identify and explain two significant risks that may be associated with the use of these medicines. Q1b. Describe the nursing strategies a nurse may implement to prevent/manage the risks you have identified in Question 1a. Q2a. Explain the clinical benefits of patient participation in medication management during hospitalisation. Q2b. Describe the nursing strategies that could be implemented to enhance Mr Fazio’s participation in his medication management.

Purpose of assessment task Nurses have an active role in medication management, including safe…

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