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Periop

Periop

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All about periop, wound care, consent.
All about periop, wound care, consent.

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Published by: fortunelobster on Mar 03, 2013
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a.Monitor the patient’s vital signs and watch out for side effects of the an
anesthesia such as hypothermia and disorientation.
a.Assess the vital signs of each patient for every 15 minutes for the first
hour and every 30 minutes thereafter.
b.Administer medications prescribed after the surgery. Others may even
warrant blood administration for those who suffered a significant
amount of blood loss during the surgery.
c.Teach the patient about caring for the operative site as well as advise
the activities that must be done for a faster recovery.

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