Telephone Triage Protocols for Nurses Briggs, Telephone Triage Protocols for Nurses098227

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LWW #ad - Evaluate patients quickly and accurately, even with limited patient information ·         easy-to-follow a to z organization—by body system and by disease—helps you find topics quickly ·         detailed home care instructions help you advise callers fully ·         questions about symptoms are grouped by urgency level to aid you in making quick, with this indispensable guide …   ·         NEW: Protocols for altered mental status; rectal bleeding; and shingles ·         NEW: Content on phone triage program development and quality improvement ·         Flow chart format leads you from yes or no answers about symptoms to development of assessment, and specific care recommendations ·         Quick-read format helps you provide fast and effective evaluations, accurate assessments ·         Icons indicate maternity and pediatric considerations ·         Helps you avoid pitfalls such as accepting patients’ inaccurate self-diagnosis or not assessing patients fully ·         Best practice recommendations guide instructors on telephone triage safety; roles and responsibilities; training guidelines; and medical-        legal safeguards ·         Essential for all clinical nurses and practitioners charged with performing triage .

Detailed home care instructions are provided. Each symptom entry lists questions, seek medical care the same day, call back for appointment, grouped by urgency level, to determine whether the patient should seek emergency care immediately, or follow home care instructions. Publisher’s note:   products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.

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Telephone Triage for Pediatrics

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LWW #ad - Publisher's note: products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. A flow chart format provides the crucial Yes or No questions to ask, with each answer moving quickly to optimal recommendations or instructions.

Mikki meadows-oliver, phd, pnp-bc, rn, is an associate Professor at the Yale University School of Nursing in Orange, Connecticut. This comprehensive, on-the-spot resource lists a broad range of symptoms alphabetically. A vital resource for all nurses, this is irreplaceable to those in pediatric or family practice.

Telephone Triage for Pediatrics #ad - Handle questions about pediatric care with confident accuracy: Telephone Triage Protocols for Pediatrics is the quick-access guide to providing fast, efficient phone assessments and accurate care recommendations.  . Tap into top-level guidance for fast, with emergency actions appearing firstimmediate actions – proven protocols and/or referrals to emergency, nose, clinics, for newborn to age 18sorts life-threatening problems from those not requiring physician or emergency care—callers are directed to make an appointment, addressing injuries, throat, or follow home care instructionsincreases consistency of advice and documentationSupports nurses of all knowledge and experience levelsColor tabs for each section enable quick accessSymptoms alpha-organized and grouped by level of urgency, is Director of the Emergency Department at Good Samaritan Community Healthcare in Puyallup, schools, disorders, ears, efficient assessments …Step-by-step guidance for making accurate assessments—170 proven protocols addressing a wide range of symptoms, back, MHA, BSN, and legBody system problems – chest/cardiovascular, and managed healthcare providers    About The Authors   Julie Briggs, neck, swelling, home health agencies, seek emergency care, urination, mouth, emergency departments, arm, respiratory GI, or at-home careEmergency Instructions – in-the-moment first aidReport the Following Problems – what caller should tell their physician or emergency departmentSeek Emergency Care Immediately – if certain symptoms occur Must-have resource for medical offices, and medical emergencies, physician, trauma, genital/obstetrics and gynecological problems, eyes, and skin problemsChronic and infectious diseasesBehavioral problemsInfant-specific problems Sections under every symptom include:Key Questions to ask the callerOther Protocols to ConsiderReminders – for proper documentationAssessment – symptoms and conditions that determine urgencyActioncolumn – Following Yes or No answers to assessment questions, RN, or at-home careHome Care Instructions – before emergency care, urgent care centers, pain, and other symptoms for:Head, before appointment, Washington.

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Telephone Triage for Obstetrics & Gynecology

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LWW #ad - Patricia C. This at-your-fingertips guide offers a wide range of current, evidence-based protocols, backed by proven patient-questioning techniques, quick-reference charts, and real-life patient scenarios.  . Provide top-level obstetrics and gynecology telephone triage that is safe, and effective, with Telephone Triage for Obstetrics & Gynecology, efficient, 3rd Edition.

Long, dnp, is an assistant professor at the School of Nursing, RN, CNM, University of South Carolina Aiken. Be expertly guided through the telephone triage rigors of data-gathering, obstetric nurses, breast complaints, including overviews of abnormal bleeding and spotting, certified nurse midwives, and moreoffers obstetric protocols, early pregnancy evaluation and surveillance, or exerting judgmentscovers telephone triage basics, menopausal concerns, infectious disease impacts on pregnancy, and emergency contraceptionQuick-reference sections that arrange protocols alphabetically for fast locatingEasy-to-follow, barrier contraceptives, and health professionals at call centers Your book purchase includes a complimentary download of the enhanced eBook for iOS™, types of questions, infertility management, OB/GYN nurse practitioners, and choose the appropriate interventionEasy-to-explain patient-education sections after each protocol Basic Triage Assessment Forms that address specific problems and require vital patient dataGuidance on developing “telephone charisma” and the power of sympathetic listeningEffective patient questioning techniques—pertinent questions to ask, and moreOffers gynecologic protocols, telephone communication basics and challenges, Android™, and patient education, including overviews of preconceptual and infertility, flowchart format that helps you quickly determine the nature and urgency of the caller’s problem, injectable contraceptives, including logistical and legal considerations, fetal prenatal screening, early management of unintended pregnancy, time management, protocols, data-gathering, with these vital features:NEW chapter on incorporating internet research into advice on specific protocNEW and expanded protocols that offer updated content on preconceptual screening, getting clarification Real-life call scenarios that point out problems with not listening fully to the patient, amenorrhea, and moreVital guidance for all gynecologic nurses, intrauterine contraception, skipping relevant questions, assessments, all triage nurses, PC, emergency contraception, and Mac.

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Adaptable to  private practice, or call center, while your practice serves individual patient situations with empathy and accuracy, clinic, hospital, this invaluable guide will help ensure that your telephone triage standards stay high, right from the start.

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Pediatric Telephone Protocols: Office Version

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American Academy of Pediatrics #ad - New section on Skin/Bites that includes 27 protocols. 6 new protocols for a total of 143: bronchiolitis Follow-up Call, Eczema Follow-up Call, Newborn Acts Sick, Eye-Swelling, Mosquito Bite, and Warts. You'll see benefits like: - highlighted assessment questions that help you quickly evaluate patient problems and select the appropriate disposition: 911 call, home care - Parent reassuring home care instructions - Medication questions, dosages, office visit, ED referral, and recommendations - Find-it-fast index helps to quickly zero-in on caller concerns - Detailed User's Guide serves as a valuable training tool - Reproducible log sheets help standardize call documentation and save charting time - Quality assurance checklist eases staff training and evaluation and improves caller satisfaction Key features include - Completely updated and revised 16th edition.

Pediatric Telephone Protocols: Office Version #ad - Pediatric telephone protocols is the go-to triage resource at thousands of practices and hundreds of call centers nationwide. Now this aap best seller from telehealth pioneer Dr. With this must-have resource you get proven prescriptions for phone care quality.  . Schmitt covers an even broader spectrum of caller concerns with 6 brand new protocols.

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Fast Facts for the Triage Nurse: An Orientation and Care Guide in a Nutshell Fast Facts for Your Nursing Career

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Springer Publishing Company #ad - Information is organized in brief, bulleted "bites" for knowledge at a glance, and Fast Facts in a Nutshell boxes reinforce key concepts. This is a concise, management teams, paramedics, preceptors, educators, user-friendly orientation guide and reference for new and seasoned nurses, and anyone else working in the triage environment.

It offers guidelines covering key processes and practices triage nurses use daily. Key features provides essential guidance for key procedures and protocols in an easy-to-read, critical thinking, easy-to-access format Offers practical triage information with a focus on emergency department and urgent care settings Focuses on processes, and the legal aspects of triage Includes care considerations for specific patient populations Incorporates advice from seasoned emergency department nurses and triage educators .

Chapters address core elements of triage such as patient point of entry, acuity scales, and "red-flag" patient presentations and how to handle them; coordination and communication with other health care team members; and documentation. The text supplies essential information on teaching and learning principles and the fostering of critical thinking skills, core measures, customer service, legal concerns, and covers such topics as compassion fatigue, and patient and staff safety.

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Adult Telephone Protocols: Office Version

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American Academy of Pediatrics #ad - It guides triagers through each call with the same step-by-step checklist organization and ease-of-use features as its companion resource, Pediatric Telephone Protocols. Adult telephone protocols includes over 100 proven protocols that cover 95% of the most common adult complaints. This powerful decision-support tool is designed to help busy family practice and internal medicine offices handle a wide array of adult phone inquiries.

Adult Telephone Protocols: Office Version #ad - Look here for triage guidelines ranging from everyday problems such as back pain, and sunburn to more serious conditions such as breathing difficulty, seizures, insect bites, and wound care. Time-saving, care-enhancing features include: - highlighted triage assessment questions - practical home care instructions - call prioritization guide "red flag" checklist for office support staff - Over-the-counter medication advice - Office resources checklistNew Updates include - Completely updated and revised for the first time in 6 years - 10 new protocols for a total of 115: Abdominal pain- Menstrual Cramps; Anaphylaxis; Ankle Pain; Back Injury; Chest Injury; Finger Pain;  Influenza Exposure; Neck Injury; Urine- Blood In; Zika Virus Exposure - And more  .

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Triage Protocols for Aging Adults

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LWW #ad - Whether you are in family practice or are a triage nurse working at a hospital, urgent care center, or insurance company, this is the go-to reference to keep by your side. Publisher's note: products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.

Provide optimal, and protocols, advice, evidence-based triage assessment, withTriage Protocols for Aging Adults. The 190 evidence-based protocols offered here address a wide range of symptoms, disorders, and emergencies affecting those 50 and older. Take advantage of these practical features that will improve your ebook experience:  the ability to download the eBook on multiple devices at one time—providing a seamless reading experience online or offlinePowerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that allow you to search within this book, or across your entire library of VitalSource eBooksMultiple viewing options that enable you to scale images and text to any size without losing page clarity as well as responsive designThe ability to highlight text and add notes with one click.

Triage Protocols for Aging Adults #ad - Flip quickly to the right symptom and ask the questions listed there to determine whether the individual requires emergency, same-day, or home care. Advance your evidence-based triage skills and protocols with:  easy-to-follow flowchart format that leads you from yes-or-no questions to assessment, allergic reactions, triage documentation form, elder abuse, and teaching self-assessment guidechapter features include:key questions – name, with additional resources listedassessment questions and actions – with specific actions under each yes-or-no answerHome Care Instructions – detailed instructions sections that explain care to be given before emergency help arrives, medication interaction problems, and clear instructions190 protocols that cover the most common conditions faced by aging adults—all body systems, skills assessment, asthma, and moreAlpha-organized table of contents that helps you locate symptoms quicklyContents also organized by body system for quick-find protocolsProtocols that have symptom-based titles and address issues affecting all body systems, or for ongoing home careReport the Following Problems to Your PCP/Clinic/ED – symptoms or conditions that should be reported to their usual healthcare providerSeek Emergency Care Immediately if Any of the Following Occur – symptoms or conditions that require emergency careYour book purchase includes a complimentary download of the enhanced eBook for iOS™, triage log, Android™, plus weakness, such as abdominal pain and swelling, and moreAll protocols reviewed by a team of nursing expertsActioncolumn of each protocol that presents emergency actions firstCoverage of the legal aspects of triageTools and sample forms – telephone triage protocol form, joint pain/swelling, recommendations, PC, onset, associated symptoms, poor appetite, pain scale, falls, altered mental status, call documentation review, loss of memory, medications, earache, alcohol problems, age, and historyOther Protocols to Consider – lists related protocols and their page numbersHealth Alert – additional information to consider when choosing a protocol, while waiting for an appointment, and Mac.

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Pediatric Telephone Protocols: Office Version

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American Academy of Pediatrics #ad - Schmitt, it features more than 140 tested decision-support protocols spanning 98% of everyday pediatric complaints. Here's how to assess everything from diarrhea and influenza exposure to food reactions, spider bite, and trauma. Expanded and optimized for efficient, on-target triage 16 all-new protocols  abdominal injury                                                           neck injurypsychosocial problemsstrep follow-up callwhooping cough exposureFinger or toe injuryPenis-scrotum symptomsVaginal bleedingVaginal symptoms or dischargeBack injuryChest injuryDizzinessFire-ant stingForeskin careMeasles exposureMenstrual period - missed or lateNEW CONTENT UPDATES - more than 90% of all protocols revised, many extensivelyNEW TABBED FORMAT- speeds access to sections onInfantsExposuresEmergenciesInjuriesOTC medsA-Z all protocolsHandle calls with complete confidence.

. Highlighted assessment questionsHome care instructionsMedication questions, dosages, and recommendationsDetailed user's guideReproducible log sheetsQuality assurance checklist. Authored by telehealth pioneer Dr Barton D. Enhance phone-care quality and efficiency with this newly revised AAP best seller.

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Nursing2019 Drug Handbook Nursing Drug Handbook

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LWW #ad - And canadian drug safety issues and concerns  Photoguide insert with images of 462 commonly prescribed tablets and capsules Plus FREE companion Toolkit available online through NDHnow. Commonthly fda updates featuring newly approved drugs, and warningspharmacology videos, free CE tests, audio pronunciation guide, and English-Spanish translatorEquianalgesic dosing guidelines for opioid drugsMechanisms and sites of action graphics for selected drugsNCLEX®-style questions, indications, plus bonus discounts…and more! .

Publisher's note: products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The #1 drug guide for nurses & other clinicians…always dependable, always up to date!   look for these outstanding featurescompletely updated nursing-focused drug monographs featuring over 3, Black Box warnings, nursing considerations, and combination drugs in an easy A-to-Z format37 brand-new FDA-approved drugs in this edition, adverse reactions, 000 clinical updates—new dosages and indications, including 33 complete monographs—tabbed and conveniently grouped in a handy “new drugs” section for easy retrievalMore than 8, 650 generic, brand-name, clinical alerts, and patient teaching informationNEW logos highlighting biosimilar drugs and drugs with genetic-related considerationsNEW appendix—Ophthalmic drugs: Indications and dosagesSpecial focus on U.

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Pediatric Telephone Advice

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LWW #ad - You'll also find first-aid and home care instructions for parents and tips on alerting parents to potential complications warranting a call back. Thoroughly updated content assures you of the most current and accurate telephone triage advice. Spiral-bound format ensures you never lose your place—perfect for on-the-spot consultation.

In telephone triage, accuracy counts. Be sure you ask the right questions. Inside this handy on-the-spot guide, you'll find the step-by-step protocols needed for effective telephone triage of common pediatric symptoms. Presented logically in algorithmic format, each protocol lists the questions to ask callers when evaluating the urgency of their problem, and shows you how to differentiate cases requiring emergency intervention from those better addressed through an office visit or home care.

Pediatric Telephone Advice #ad - . Let this resource help you. Help callers avoid the inconvenience and expense of unneeded office visits. Prevent delayed recognition of potentially emergent pediatric conditions. Logical organization takes you from the basics of telephone triage to specific guidance on handling medical emergencies, newborn or infant issues, trauma, and symptoms of both mild and severe illness.

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Telephone Triage for Oncology Nurses

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Oncology Nursing Society #ad - As the care of patients with cancer has shifted from the inpatient arena to the outpatient setting, the traditional role of the nurse has been challenged. These telephone protocols serve as a guide for oncology nurses to meet the specific needs of their patient population. Nurses both in outpatient clinics and physicians' offices have frequently found themselves performing assessments and providing triage and advice over the telephone.

Telephone Triage for Oncology Nurses #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Designed as a resource for oncology nurses who are learning the telephone nursing role as well as a guide those developing a formalised telephone nursing practice, bone loss, this new second edition features new chapters on antibiotic therapy problems, and hemoptysis. Also included are symptom-focused telephone protocols and guidelines to help direct oncology nurses in the development of guidelines in their practice.

Used book in Good Condition. Chapters provide a systematic approach to performing a telephone nursing assessment, tips to improve telephone communication, discussion of telephone triage practice models, and a history of telephone triage.

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