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  • mamabear28461@yahoo.com
    My friend Mel @ Melody.Morris@nhhn.org can help you out with this. She developped one for our CCU, which I cont to use. Hope this helps!!! Sent from my
    Message 1 of 5 , Dec 1, 2008
      My friend Mel @ Melody.Morris@... can help you out with this. She developped one for our CCU, which I cont to use. Hope this helps!!!

      Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device from U.S. Cellular


      From: "myoung1010@..."
      Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2008 03:51:38 -0000
      To: <nursebob@yahoogroups.com>
      Subject: critical care nursing question

      I need to start a template on how to give an accurate nursing report to the next shift. I need
      some ideas of what questions should be asked and what information should always be given
      when giving report to the next shift. I would like to start from the top with neuro, then
      respiratory, cardiac, GI, GU, skin, IV's, meds, labs, etc. I would like to include in report for
      example under respiratory what size et-tube, where it is taped at etc, under IV's be very
      specific about the drips. Concentration, rate in cc's and then in mcg's or mgs, whatever the
      case may be. I find the new nurses do not know what to include in report. Any suggestions?

    • Melody
      Hi all, As mamabear mentioned, I have a couple of different assessment/report sheets that I ve created over the years - if any of you want to contact me off
      Message 2 of 5 , Dec 1, 2008
        Hi all,

        As mamabear mentioned, I have a couple of different assessment/report
        sheets that I've created over the years - if any of you want to
        contact me off list, I'll be happy to share!

        Incidentally, the forms are done on an EXCEL template, so you can
        save them to your own computers and modify/change them any way that
        you choose...

        melodymorris@... (This is not the address I'm signed up to
        the group with)

        Mel

        Melody Morris RN, BSN, CCRN
        Staff RN - CCU
        New Hanover Regional Medical Center
        Wilmington, NC 28401
        melodymorris@...
        melody.morris@...

        --- In nursebob@yahoogroups.com, "myoung1010@..." <myoung1010@...>
        wrote:
        >
        > I need to start a template on how to give an accurate nursing
        report to the next shift. I need
        > some ideas of what questions should be asked and what information
        should always be given
        > when giving report to the next shift. I would like to start from
        the top with neuro, then
        > respiratory, cardiac, GI, GU, skin, IV's, meds, labs, etc. I would
        like to include in report for
        > example under respiratory what size et-tube, where it is taped at
        etc, under IV's be very
        > specific about the drips. Concentration, rate in cc's and then in
        mcg's or mgs, whatever the
        > case may be. I find the new nurses do not know what to include in
        report. Any suggestions?
        >
      • Lucy Pryor
        basic info adm date, nurse giving report, department, md or mds. and specialty phone number if available, chief complaint in pt own words, diagnosis,
        Message 3 of 5 , Dec 2, 2008
          basic info adm date, nurse giving report, department, md or mds. and specialty phone number if available, 
          chief complaint in pt own words, diagnosis, allergies, med hx, iv site, iv fluids, family and where,  code status, dx tests and results, med and last given, consent and plan of care. labs head to toe.
          On Nov 27, 2008, at 7:51 PM, myoung1010@... wrote:

          I need to start a template on how to give an accurate nursing report to the next shift. I need 
          some ideas of what questions should be asked and what information should always be given 
          when giving report to the next shift. I would like to start from the top with neuro, then 
          respiratory, cardiac, GI, GU, skin, IV's, meds, labs, etc. I would like to include in report for 
          example under respiratory what size et-tube, where it is taped at etc, under IV's be very 
          specific about the drips. Concentration, rate in cc's and then in mcg's or mgs, whatever the 
          case may be. I find the new nurses do not know what to include in report. Any suggestions?


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        • duffersk@aol.com
          I work in ICU and this is what I do patient diagnosis MD/team monitor: onthis side I put things I need respiratory: to do IE: FSG GI: labs
          Message 4 of 5 , Dec 5, 2008
            I work in ICU and this is what I do
             
             
            patient       diagnosis             MD/team
             
             
            monitor:                                                                                                   onthis side I put things I need
            respiratory:                                                                                               to do IE: FSG
            GI:                                                                                                                         labs during shift
                                                                                                                                          ect
            GU:
            Lines:
            misc:
             
            AM lab:



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