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Essential Clinical Skills: Enrolled/Division 2 Nurses, 2nd Edition: THERE IS A NEWER EDITION AVAILABLE. FOR THE 3rd EDITION, PLEASE PERFORM A NEW SEARCH USING THE FOLLOWING ISBN13: 9780170259705

by: Joanne Tollefson | Toni Bishop | Eugenie Jelly | Gayle Watson | Karen Tambree

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Publisher: Cengage Learning,04.10.11

Category: NURSING Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0170197182
ISBN13: 9780170197182

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THERE IS A NEWER EDITION AVAILABLE. FOR THE 3rd EDITION, PLEASE PERFORM A NEW SEARCH USING THE FOLLOWING ISBN13: 9780170259705

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Institution: Wodonga TAFE - Full Year 2015
Course Code: HLT51612
Subject: Diploma of Nursing 2014

Essential Clinical Skills is a clinical skills text and workbook designed specifically for use by Enrolled Nursing students throughout Australia. Written to match the HLT07 Training Package requirements, each skill matches the relevant competency as set out by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council in the ANMC National Competency Standards for the Enrolled Nurse (2002).

The text clearly and succinctly explains each key clinical skill and provides a structured format for students to undertake many of the skills taught in HLT43407 Certificate IV in Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing) and HLT51607 Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing). Using this text, students and instructors are able to translate their skills and knowledge into demonstrable competencies that fulfil the required standards.


  NMC National Competency standards for the Enrolled Nurse referenced in each chapter and provided as an appendix, for easy reference


  Assessment form with each competency for use by students and instructors in practical labs and clinical settings.


  Table of Contents clearly structured into clusters of core clinical skills for ease of teaching and reference.


  Theory and practice clearly linked


  Spiral bound for ease of use in the clinical environment


  Student name plate incorporated into the cover for easy identification, assessment and record-keeping purposes

Part 1 General care
1.1 Hand hygiene
1.2 Bedmaking
1.3 Assisting the patient to ambulate
1.4 Assisting with eating and drinking
1.5 Assisting the patient to maintain personal hygiene - bed bath or assisted shower, undressing/dressing, oral hygiene, eye and nasal care, shaving, hair and nail care
1.6 Assisting the patient with elimination
1.7 Patient comfort - pain management (non-pharmacological interventions - heat and cold)
1.8 Positioning of a dependent patient and pressure area care
1.9 Range of motion exercises

Part 2 Documentation
2.1 Documentation
2.2 Clinical handover
2.3 Admissions and discharge
2.4 Health teaching

Part 3 Assessment
3.1 Basic assessment
3.2 Temperature, pulse and respiration (TPR) measurement
3.3 Blood pressure measurement
3.4 Pulse oximetry
3.5 Blood glucose measurement
3.6 Mental status assessment
3.7 Neurological observation
3.8 Neurovascular observation
3.9 Pain assessment
3.10 12-Lead ECG recording

Part 4 Medication
4.1 Medication administration - oral, topical and suppositories
4.2 Medication administration - eye drops or ointment administration
4.3 Medication administration - injections

Part 5 Asepsis
5.1 Aseptic technique
5.2 Dry dressing technique
5.3 Wound irrigation, wound swabs
5.4 Packing a wound
5.5 Suture, clip and staple removal
5.6 Drain removal and shortening

Part 6 Acute care
6.1 Catheterisation (urinary)
6.2 Nasogastric tube insertion and feeding, gastric drainage and gastric tube feeding
6.3 Oxygen therapy via nasal cannula or various masks including nebulisers, metered dose inhalers and peak flow meters
6.4 Pre-operative care
6.5 Post-operative care
6.6 Recovery room care and handover
6.7 Suctioning of oral cavity
6.8 Tracheostomy care
6.9 Electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) - patient care pre and post treatment

Part 7 Intravenous care
7.1 Venipuncture
7.2 Intravenous therapy (IVT) - assisting with establishment
7.3 Intravenous therapy (IVT) management
7.4 Intravenous medication administration - IV container
7.5 Intravenous medication administration - burette
7.6 Intravenous medication administration - bolus
7.7 Blood transfusion management

Part 8 Specific skills
8.1 Isolation nursing
8.2 Gowning and gloving
8.3 Surgical scrub
8.4 Chest drains/underwater seal drainage management
8.5 Care of the unconscious patient

Appendix I: ANMC National Competency Standards for the Enrolled Nurse (2002)