Skill Checklists for Taylor's Clinical Nursing Skills A Nursing Process Approach

ISBN-10: 0781795184
ISBN-13: 9780781795180
Edition: 3rd 2010 (Revised)
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List price: $21.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Publication date: 11/28/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 408
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.310
Language: English

This workbook allows students to practice and record the mastery of skills found in Taylor's Clinical Nursing Skills, Third Edition by providing checklists designed to record every step of each procedure. This set of checklists is valuable as a self-assessment tool for students and a means for faculty to record student performance.

List of Skills by Chapter
Vital Signs
Assessing Body Temperature
Monitoring Temperature Using an Overhead Radiant Warmer
Using a Cooling Blanket
Assessing a Peripheral Pulse by Palpation
Assessing the Apical Pulse by Auscultation
Assessing Respiration
Assessing Brachial Artery Blood Pressure
Health Assessment
Performing a General Survey
Using a Bed Scale
Assessing the Skin, Hair, and Nails
Assessing the Head and Neck
Assessing the Thorax and Lungs
Assessing the Cardiovascular System
Assessing the Abdomen
Assessing the Neurologic, Musculoskeletal, and Peripheral Vascular Systems
Safety
Fall Prevention
Implementing Alternatives to the Use of Restraints
Applying an Extremity Restraint
Applying a Waist Restraint
Applying an Elbow Restraint
Applying a Mummy Restraint
Asepsis and Infection Control
Performing Hand Hygiene Using Soap and Water (Handwashing)
Performing Hand Hygiene Using an Alcohol-Based Hand Rub
Preparing a Sterile Field Using a Packaged Sterile Drape
Preparing a Sterile Field Using a Commercially Prepared Sterile Kit or Tray
Adding Sterile Items to a Sterile Field
Putting on Sterile Gloves and Removing Soiled Gloves
Using Personal Protective Equipment
Medications
Administering Oral Medications
Administering Medications via a Gastric Tube
Removing Medication from an Ampule
Removing Medication from a Vial
Mixing Medications From Two Vials in One Syringe
Administering an Intradermal Injection
Administering a Subcutaneous Injection
Administering an Intramuscular Injection
Administering Continuous Subcutaneous Infusion: Applying an Insulin Pump
Administering Medications by Intravenous Bolus or Push Through an Intravenous Infusion
Administering a Piggyback Intermittent Intravenous Infusion of Medication
Administering an Intermittent Intravenous Infusion of Medication via a Mini-infusion Pump
Administration Set
Administering an Intermittent Intravenous Infusion of Medication via a Volume-Control
(Intermittent Peripheral Venous Access Device)
Introducing Drugs Through a Medication or Drug-Infusion Lock Using the Saline Flush
Applying a Transdermal Patch
Instilling Eye Drops
Administering an Eye Irrigation
Instilling Ear Drops
Administering an Ear Irrigation
Instilling Nose Drops
Administering a Vaginal Cream
Administering a Rectal Suppository
Administering Medication via a Metered-Dose Inhaler (MDI)
Administering Medication via a Small-Volume Nebulizer
Administering Medication via a Dry Powder Inhaler
Perioperative Nursing
Providing Preoperative Patient Care: Hospitalized Patient
Deep Breathing Exercises, Coughing, and Splinting
Leg Exercises
Providing Preoperative Patient Care: Hospitalized Patient (Day of Surgery)
Providing Postoperative Care When Patient Returns to Room
Applying a Forced-Air Warming Device
Hygiene
Giving a Bed Bath
Assisting the Patient With Oral Care
Providing Oral Care for the Dependent Patient
Providing Denture Care
Removing Contact Lenses
Shampooing a Patient's Hair in Bed
Assisting the Patient to Shave
Making an Unoccupied Bed
Making an Occupied Bed
Skin Integrity and Wound Care
Cleaning a Wound and Applying a Dry, Sterile Dressing
Applying a Saline-Moistened Dressing
Applying a Hydrocolloid Dressing
Performing Irrigation of a Wound
Collecting a Wound Culture
Applying Montgomery Straps
Caring for a Penrose Drain
Caring for a T-Tube Drain
Caring for a Jackson-Pratt Drain
Caring for a Hemovac Drain
Applying Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Removing Sutures
Removing Surgical Staples
Applying an External Heating Pad
Applying a Warm Compress
Assisting With a Sitz Bath
Applying Cold Therapy
Activity
Assisting a Patient With Turning in Bed
Moving a Patient Up in Bed With the Assistance of Another Nurse
Transferring a Patient From the Bed to a Stretcher
Transferring a Patient From the Bed to a Chair
Transferring a Patient Using a Powered Full-Body Sling Lift
Providing Range-of-Motion Exercises
Assisting a Patient With Ambulation
Assisting a Patient With Ambulation Using a Walker
Assisting a Patient With Ambulation Using Crutches
Assisting a Patient With Ambulation Using a Cane
Applying and Removing Antiembolism Stockings
Applying Pneumatic Compression Devices
Applying a Continuous Passive Motion Device
Applying a Sling
Applying a Figure-Eight Bandage
Assisting With Cast Application
Caring for a Cast
Applying Skin Traction and Caring for a Patient in Skin Traction
Caring for a Patient in Skeletal Traction
Caring for a Patient With an External Fixation Device
Comfort
Promoting Patient Comfort
Giving a Back Massage
Applying and Caring for a Patient Using a TENS Unit
Caring for a Patient Receiving Patient-Controlled Analgesia
Caring for a Patient Receiving Epidural Analgesia
Caring for a Patient Receiving Continuous Wound Perfusion Pain Management
Nutrition
Assisting a Patient With Eating
Inserting a Nasogastric (NG) Tube
Administering a Tube Feeding
Removing a Nasogastric Tube
Caring for a Gastrostomy Tube
Urinary Elimination
Assisting With the Use of a Bedpan
Assisting With the Use of a Urinal
Assisting With the Use of a Bedside Commode
Assessing Bladder Volume Using an Ultrasound Bladder Scanner
Applying an External Condom Catheter
Catheterizing the Female Urinary Bladder
Catheterizing the Male Urinary Bladder
Removing an Indwelling Catheter
Performing Intermittent Closed Catheter Irrigation
Administering a Continuous Closed Bladder Irrigation
Emptying and Changing a Stoma Appliance on an Ileal Conduit
Caring for a Suprapubic Urinary Catheter
Caring for a Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter
Caring for a Hemodialysis Access (Arteriovenous Fistula or Graft)
Bowel Elimination
Administering a Large-Volume Cleansing Enema
Administering a Small-Volume Cleansing Enema
Administering a Retention Enema
Digital Removal of Stool
Applying a Fecal Incontinence Pouch
Changing and Emptying an Ostomy Appliance
Irrigating a Colostomy
Irrigating a Nasogastric Tube Connected to Suction
Oxygenation
Using a Pulse Oximeter
Teaching Patient to Use an Incentive Spirometer
Administering Oxygen by Nasal Cannula
Administering Oxygen by Mask
Using an Oxygen Tent
Suctioning the Nasopharyngeal and Oropharyngeal Airways
Inserting an Oropharyngeal Airway
Suctioning an Endotracheal Tube: Open System
Suctioning an Endotracheal Tube: Closed System
Securing an Endotracheal Tube
Suctioning the Tracheostomy: Open System
Providing Tracheostomy Care
Providing Care of a Chest Drainage System
Assisting With Removal of a Chest Tube
Using a Handheld Resuscitation Bag and Mask
Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
Initiating a Peripheral Venous Access IV Infusion
Changing an IV Solution Container and Administration Set
Monitoring an IV Site and Infusion
Changing a Peripheral Venous Access Dressing
Capping for Intermittent Use and Flushing a Peripheral Venous Access Device
Administering a Blood Transfusion
Changing the Dressing and Flushing Central Venous Access Devices
Accessing an Implanted Port
Deaccessing an Implanted Port
Removing a Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC)
Cardiovascular Care
Obtaining an Electrocardiogram (ECG)
Applying a Cardiac Monitor
Obtaining an Arterial Blood Sample From an Arterial Line-Stopcock System
Removing Arterial and Femoral Lines
Performing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Performing Emergency Automated External Defibrillation
Performing Emergency Manual External Defibrillation (Asynchronous)
Using an External (Transcutaneous) Pacemaker
Neurologic Care
Logrolling a Patient
Applying a Two-Piece Cervical Collar
Employing Seizure Precautions and Seizure Management
Caring for a Patient in Halo Traction
Fluid-Filled System)
Caring for a Patient with an External Ventriculostomy (Intraventricular Catheter-Closed
Caring for a Patient With a Fiber Optic Intracranial Catheter
Laboratory Specimen Collection
Testing Stool for Occult Blood
Collecting a Stool Specimen for Culture
Obtaining a Capillary Blood Sample for Glucose Testing
Obtaining a Nasal Swab
Obtaining a Nasopharyngeal Swab
Collecting a Sputum Specimen for Culture
Collecting a Urine Specimen (Clean Catch, Midstream) for Urinalysis and Culture
Obtaining a Urine Specimen From an Indwelling Urinary Catheter
Using Venipuncture to Collect a Venous Blood Sample for Routine Testing
Obtaining a Venous Blood Specimen for Culture and Sensitivity
Obtaining an Arterial Blood Specimen for Blood Gas Analysis
List of Skills in Alphabetical Order
Abdomen, Assessing the
Ambulation, Assisting a Patient With
Ambulation Using a Cane, Assisting a Patient With
Ambulation Using Crutches, Assisting a Patient With
Ambulation Using a Walker, Assisting a Patient With
Antiembolism Stockings, Applying and Removing
Arterial and Femoral Lines, Removing
Back Massage, Giving a
Bed, Assisting a Patient With Turning in
Bed, Making an Occupied
Bed, Making an Unoccupied
Bedpan, Assisting With the Use of a
Bedside Commode, Assisting With the Use of a
Bed Bath, Giving a
Bed Scale, Using a
Bladder Irrigation, Administering a Continuous Closed
Bladder Volume Using an Ultrasound Bladder Scanner, Assessing
Blood Pressure, Assessing Brachial Artery
Blood Sample for Routine Testing, Using Venipuncture to Collect a Venous
Blood Sample From an Arterial Line-Stopcock System, Obtaining an Arterial
Blood Specimen for Blood Gas Analysis, Obtaining an Arterial
Blood Specimen for Culture and Sensitivity, Obtaining a Venous
Blood Transfusion, Administering a
Breathing Exercises, Deep: Coughing, and Splinting
Cardiac Monitor, Applying a
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Performing
Cardiovascular System, Assessing the
Cast, Caring for a
Cast Application, Assisting With
Catheter, Applying an External Condom
Catheter, Caring for a Patient With a Fiber Optic Intracranial
Catheter, Caring for a Peritoneal Dialysis
Catheter, Caring for a Suprapubic Urinary
Catheter, Obtaining a Urine Specimen From an Indwelling Urinary
Catheter, Removing an Indwelling
Catheter Irrigation, Performing Intermittent Closed
Catheter (PICC), Removing a Peripherally Inserted Central
Catheterizing the Female Urinary Bladder
Catheterizing the Male Urinary Bladder
Central Venous Access Devices, Changing the Dressing and Flushing
Cervical Collar, Applying a Two-Piece
Chest Drainage System, Providing Care of a
Chest Tube, Assisting With Removal of a
Cold Therapy, Applying
Colostomy, Irrigating a
Comfort, Promoting Patient
Compress, Applying a Warm
Contact Lenses, Removing
Cooling Blanket, Using a
Defibrillation, Performing Emergency Automated External
Defibrillation (Asynchronous), Performing Emergency Manual External
Denture Care, Providing
Drain, Caring for a Hemovac
Drain, Caring for a Jackson-Pratt
Drain, Caring for a Penrose
Drain, Caring for a T-Tube
Dressing, Applying a Hydrocolloid
Dressing, Applying a Saline-Moistened
Introducing Drugs Through a Medication or
Drug-Infusion Lock (Intermittent Peripheral Venous Access Device) Using the Saline Flush,
Dry Powder Inhaler, Administering Medication via a
Ear Drops, Instilling
Ear Irrigation, Administering an
Eating, Assisting a Patient With
Electrocardiogram (ECG), Obtaining an
Endotracheal Tube: Open System, Suctioning an
Endotracheal Tube: Closed System, Suctioning an
Endotracheal Tube, Securing an
Enema, Administering a Large-Volume Cleansing
Enema, Administering a Retention
Enema, Administering a Small-Volume Cleansing
Epidural Analgesia, Caring for a Patient Receiving
Exercises, Leg
Exercises, Providing Range-of-Motion
External Fixation Device, Caring for a Patient With an
Eye Drops, Instilling
Eye Irrigation, Administering an
Fall Prevention
Fecal Incontinence Pouch, Applying a
Figure-Eight Bandage, Applying a
Forced-Air Warming Device, Applying a
Gastric Tube, Administering Medications via a
Gastrostomy Tube, Caring for a
General Survey, Performing a
Gloves, Putting on Sterile Gloves and Removing Soiled
Glucose Testing, Obtaining a Capillary Blood Sample for
Hand Hygiene, Performing: Using an Alcohol-Based Hand Rub
Hand Hygiene, Performing: Using Soap and Water (Handwashing)
Head and Neck, Assessing the
Heating Pad, Applying an External
Hemodialysis Access (Arteriovenous Fistula or Graft), Caring for a
Incentive Spirometer, Teaching Patient to Use an
Injection, Administering a Subcutaneous
Injection, Administering an Intradermal
Injection, Administering an Intramuscular
Intravenous Infusion, Administering Medications by Intravenous Bolus or Push Through an
Intravenous Infusion of Medication, Administering a Piggyback Intermittent
Intravenous Infusion of Medication via a Mini-Infusion Pump, Administering an Intermittent
an Intermittent
Intravenous Infusion of Medication via a Volume-Control Administration Set, Administering
Insulin Pump, Applying an: Administering Continuous Subcutaneous Infusion
IV Infusion, Initiating a Peripheral Venous Access
IV Site and Infusion, Monitoring an
IV Solution Container and Administration Set, Changing an
Logrolling a Patient
Medication, Removing From an Ampule
Medication, Removing From a Vial
Medications, Administering Oral
Medications, Mixing From Two Vials in One Syringe
Metered-Dose Inhaler (MDI), Administering Medication via a
Montgomery Straps, Applying
Moving a Patient Up in Bed With the Assistance of Another Nurse
Nasal Swab, Obtaining a
Nasogastric (NG) Tube, Inserting a
Nasogastric Tube Connected to Suction, Irrigating a
Nasogastric Tube, Removing a
Nasopharyngeal and Oropharyngeal Airways, Suctioning the
Nasopharyngeal Swab, Obtaining a
Nebulizer, Administering Medication via a Small-Volume
Neurologic, Musculoskeletal, and Peripheral Vascular Systems, Assessing the
Nose Drops, Instilling
Occult Blood, Testing Stool for
Oral Care, Assisting the Patient With
Oral Care for the Dependent Patient, Providing
Oropharyngeal Airway, Inserting an
Ostomy Appliance, Changing and Emptying an
Oxygen by Mask, Administering
Oxygen by Nasal Cannula, Administering
Oxygen Tent, Using an
Pacemaker, Using an External (Transcutaneous)
Passive Motion Device, Applying a Continuous
Patient-Controlled Analgesia, Caring for a Patient Receiving
Peripheral Venous Access Device, Capping for Intermittent Use and Flushing a
Peripheral Venous Access Dressing, Changing a
Personal Protective Equipment, Using
Pneumatic Compression Devices, Applying
Port, Accessing an Implanted
Port, Deaccessing an Implanted
Postoperative Care When Patient Returns to Room, Providing
Preoperative Patient Care: Hospitalized Patient (Day of Surgery), Providing
Preoperative Patient Care: Hospitalized Patient, Providing
Pulse by Auscultation, Assessing the Apical
Pulse by Palpation, Assessing a Peripheral
Pulse Oximeter, Using a
Rectal Suppository, Administering a
Respiration, Assessing
Restraint, Applying an Elbow
Restraint, Applying an Extremity
Restraint, Applying a Mummy
Restraint, Applying a Wrist
Restraints, Implementing Alternatives to the Use of
Resuscitation Bag and Mask, Using a Handheld
Seizure Precautions and Seizure Management, Employing
Shampooing a Patient's Hair in Bed
Shave, Assisting the Patient to
Sitz Bath, Assisting With a
Skin, Hair, and Nails; Assessing the
Sling, Applying a
Sputum Specimen for Culture, Collecting a
Sterile Field, Adding Sterile Items to a
Sterile Field Using a Commercially Prepared Sterile Kit or Tray, Preparing a
Sterile Field Using a Packaged Sterile Drape, Preparing a
Stoma Appliance on an Ileal Conduit, Emptying and Changing a
Stool, Digital Removal of
Stool Specimen for Culture, Collecting a
Surgical Staples, Removing
Sutures, Removing
Temperature, Assessing Body
Temperature, Monitoring Using an Overhead Radiant Warmer,
TENS Unit, Applying and Caring for a Patient Using a
Thorax and Lungs, Assessing the
Tracheostomy Care, Providing
Tracheostomy: Open System, Suctioning the
Traction, Applying Skin Traction and Caring for a Patient in Skin
Traction, Caring for a Patient in Halo
Traction, Caring for a Patient in Skeletal
Transdermal Patch, Applying a
Transferring a Patient From the Bed to a Chair
Transferring a Patient From the Bed to a Stretcher
Transferring a Patient Using a Powered Full-Body Sling Lift
Tube Feeding, Administering a
Urinal, Assisting With the Use of a
Urine Specimen (Clean Catch, Midstream) for Urinalysis and Culture, Collecting a
Vaginal Cream, Administering a
With an External
Ventriculostomy (Intraventricular Catheter-Closed Fluid-Filled System), Caring for a Patient
Wound, Cleaning a, and Applying a Dry Sterile Dressing
Wound, Performing Irrigation of a
Wound Perfusion Pain Management, Caring for a Patient Receiving Continuous
Wound Culture, Collecting a
Wound Therapy, Applying Negative Pressure

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