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Sl No Nurse to Patient ratio QualificationEXP SALARY

First Floor - 07 BEDS


1 Sowmya GNM
2 Saraswati GNM
3 Nagamma GNM
1:07
4 Samyuktha GNM
5 Fatima GNM
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SPL WARD-16-BEDS
1 Anitha Pais IC GNM
2 Mahesh GNM
3 Shashikala GNM
4 Kumari 1:08 GNM
5 Radhika GNM
6 Divya GNM
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YHIS-16-BEDS
1 Vasantha GNM
2 Saraswati GNM
3 Sheela ANM
4 Komala 1:08 GNM
5 Prinyanka GNM
6 Anuja GNM
7
Maternity/LR-10 BEDS
1 Lissy ANM
2 Amala ANM
3 L.Mary ANM
4 Janaki 1:05 ANM
5 Mani GNM
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7
NICU-7BEDS
1 Pallavi GNM
2 Dakshayini GNM
3 Rekha 1:04 GNM
4 Chethana ANM
5 Shailaja GNM
Post-Op
1 Babu R GNM
2 Chandrakala GNM
3 Mamata 1:04 GNM
4 Asha GNM

OPD
1 Sanju GNM
2 Shruthi GNM
3 Mohan GNM
BSAIC SKILLS SCORE
Nursing Skill set
Name Quali Exp
Last Salary KNC REG
Basic Skills
A. Daily Patient Care
1. Bathing (bed bath, sitz)
2. Oral care
3. Feeding patients
4. Positioning patients
5. Intake/ output
5
6. Vital signs
7. Bed operation
8. Patient call system
9. Range of Motion
10. Daily weight
B. Procedures/Equipment
1. Suction (wall, portable)
2. Bath-lift
3. Restraints (soft, leather)
4. Decubitus Care
5. Nasogastric tubes (decompression feeding)
6. Elimination
a. Bowel Care: colostomy
enemas
specimen collection
b. Urinary: catheterization (male, female)
suprapubic catheters 13
ileostomy
specimens (clean catch, sterile)
specific gravity, ph
7. Neurological checks
8. Blood glucose monitoring (glucometer)
9. Dressings (sterile, nonsterile, wet-to-dry)
10. Wound suction
11. Suture Removal
12. Pre and post operative care
13. Infection control procedures
C. Respiratory Care
1. Oxygen therapy (nasal cannula, face mask)
2. Tents/ incubators
3. Percussion/ postural drainage
4. Tracheostomy care 14
5. Incentive spirometry
6. Oral suctioning
7. Pulse oximetry
D. Documentation
1. Problem oriented medical records (POMR)
2. S.O.A.P format
3. Care plans
4. Doctor's orders
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5. Charge of shift reporting
6. Flow sheets
7. Patient education materials
8. Incident reports
E. Emergency Procedures
1. CPR

15
2. Crash cart
3. EKG's 15
4. Seizure precautions
5. Anaphylactic reaction
F. Medications
1. Unit dose system
2. Documentation
3. Patient education
4. Narcotic count/control
5. Routes: oral
nasogastric
injections
intradermal
subcutaneous
intramuscular
Z-track 15
topical applications
eye, ear, nose drops
ointments, powders
patches
instillation/ irrigations
vaginal
rectal
wound
bladder
aerosol inhalers
G. Intravenous Therapy
1. Site Care
2. Monitoring/ adjusting rates
3. Discontinuing I.V.
4. I.V. pump
5. Piggyback
6. Heparin locks
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7. Documentation
8. Tubing change
9. Venipuncture
10. Intravenous push (I.V.P.) medications
12. Blood administration
13. Central venous line management
H Advanced Procedures
1. Auscultation (lungs, bowels)
2. Percussion (abdomen, chest, bladder)
3. Nasotracheal suctioning
4. Skin testing 15
5. Phlebotomy for laboratory blood analysis
6. Patient care assignments
7. Supervising staff/delegating
I Other
1. Post mortem care
2. Admission/Discharge
3. Transfer to other units 5
4. Obtaining consents
5. Fall prevention
100
A. Daily Patient Care 5
B. Procedures/Equipment 13
C. Respiratory Care 14
D. Documentation 8
E. Emergency Procedures 15
F. Medications 15
G. Intravenous Therapy 10
H Advanced Procedures 15
I Other 5
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