DIALYSIS Skillsheet

CARDIOVASCULAR
Use of Cardiac Monitors
                             
Dysrhythmia Recognition and Intervention
                             
Cardiopulmonary Arrest
                             
Pre/Post Cardiac Catheterization
                             
Hypovolemic Shock
                             
Central Venous Pressure
                             
Subclavian Lines
                             
Wedge Pressure
                             
High K
                             
Low K
                             
Recent Cardiac/Vascular Surgery
                             
Unstable Rythms
                             
Low Blood Pressure
                             
High Blood Pressure
                             
Dopamine
                             
Dobutamine
                             
Epinephrine
                             
Neosynephrine
                             
Brady/Tachycardia
                             
Chest Pain
                             
Care of Patient on Urokinase
                             
Septicemia
                             
ENDOCRINE
Capillary Blood Glucose Checks
                             
Dialyzing the Patient with Diabetes
                             
GASTROINTESTINAL
TPN
                             
Tube Feeding
                             
NG Suction
                             
Patient Eating while on Dialysis
                             
Patient needing to use the bathroom while on Dialysis
                             
GENITOURINARY
Knowledge of Chem 7, Chem 10
                             
Knowledge of CBC
                             
Knowledge of Serum Drug Levels
                             
Specimen Collections
                             
Acute Renal Failure
                             
Chronic Renal Failure
                             
GENITOURINARY
On the Transplant List
                             
GENITOURINARY
Pre-Op Transplant
                             
Post-Op Transplant
                             
Transplant Rejection
                             
MACHINE TYPES
Cobe II or III
                             
Cobe Prisma CRRT Machine
                             
Fresenius E Model
                             
Fresenius H Model
                             
Baxter (Travenol) 450
                             
Baxter 550
                             
Baxter 1550
                             
Drake Willcock
                             
Althin
                             
Other
                             
Baxter Athin System 1000
                             
Fresenius 2008K System
                             
MarCor SemperPure
                             
Gambo PrismaFlex
                             
Phoenix
                             
CRRT/CVVHD
                             
MACHINES
Use and Care of Permacath
                             
Arterial Pressure
                             
Venus Pressure
                             
TMP
                             
Goal
                             
Machine Temperature
                             
Conductivity
                             
Blood Flow Rate
                             
Dialysate Flow Rate
                             
PUF
                             
Heparin Administration
                             
ACT's
                             
Temporary Catheter
                             
When to Use a K-0, K-1, K-2, K-3, K-4 Bath
                             
How to Make a Bicarb
                             
Hook Up a Dialysis Machine in ICU or Patient's Room/RO
                             
Initiation and Termination of Dialysis
                             
Diet Teaching
                             
The RO
                             
Rise, Heat Disinfect and Bleach
                             
How to Give Epogen, Calcijex, Infed
                             
The Use of Mannitol
                             
The Use of Sodium Modeling
                             
The Use of 5% and 25%
                             
Different Dialyzers
                             
MISCELLANEOUS
Administration of Blood and Blood Products
                             
How to Draw ABG's
                             
Cannulating a New Graft or Fistula
                             
Dialysis: Illegal Narcotics Use
                             
Dialysis: Drug Overdose
                             
Dialysis: Ethylene Glycol Overdose
                             
Dialysis: Poor Arterial Flow from Catheter
                             
Dialysis: High Venous Pressure in Graft or Fistula
                             
Dialysis: Infiltrated Graft or Fistula
                             
Dialysis: Pyrogenic Reaction
                             
Dialysis: Heparin Drip
                             
Dialysis: Coumadin Use
                             
Dialysis: Poor Arterial Flow from Graft or Fistula
                             
IV Pumps
                             
MUSCULOSKELETAL
Bone Disorders
                             
Amputation
                             
Steal Syndrome
                             
High Phosphorus
                             
Low Calicum
                             
NEUROLOGY
Head Injury
                             
High ICP
                             
Seizures
                             
PEDIATRIC DIALYSIS
Infant
                             
Toddler
                             
School Age
                             
Teenager
                             
Blood/Albumin Prime
                             
Teaching Child/Parent
                             
PROFESSIONALISM
Involve the patient and family and respect their role in determining the nature of care to be provided, including Advance Directives
                             
Comply with nursing staff responsibilities included in the hospital policy related to Organ Donation
                             
Meet patient and families' needs regarding communication, including interpreter services.
                             
Provde Accuate information to patient and families in a timely manner
                             
PULMONARY
Assessment of Breath Sounds
                             
Ambuing Technique
                             
Administer Oxygen (nasal canula, mask)
                             
O2 Saturation Monitor
                             
Ventilator Support
                             
Pulmonary Infiltrates
                             
CHF/Pulmonary Edema
                             
Air Embolism
                             
SUPPLEMENTAL
Assist/teach: Peritoneal Dalysis
                             

 

SUPPLEMENTAL  
 

Newborn

Infant (30 days - 1 Year)

Preschooler (3-5 Years)

Toddler (1-3 Years)

School Age Children (5-12 Years)

Adolescents (12-18 Years)

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