Concept notebook for the concept of mobility

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Please submit your post work to Canvas within 48 hours of the completion of your VCBC Experience.  Please refer to the Experiential Learning Orientation for further questions and a reminder on how to ensure your assignment is properly saved.

Please complete the Concept Notebook for the concept of Mobility linked to your clients for the day.

This assignment is due within 48 hours of completing your VCBC. Please refer to the Experiential Learning Orientation for further questions and a reminder on how to ensure your assignment is properly saved.

Name:

Concept:

Course:

Activity:

Faculty Facilitator:

Date & Time of ELA in MST:


Concept Notebook

Please fill in all of the information above.

All Concept Notebooks must be completed in your own words. Please do not use any direct quotes. Any time you use a source to help write your narratives or collect information, use an in-text citation per APA guidelines. All references must also be listed below.

ANY plagiarism issues noted will result in a 0 grade. The assignment will need to be redone for the ability to pass the course, but your score will remain a 0.

If you have previously done a Concept Notebook on this concept from another course, you do not need to include that information here. All content should be new with a thorough explanation of how this concept relates to your client chosen from this Experiential Learning Activity.

You will have 48 hours from the time your Experiential Learning Activity ends to complete this assignment. Please note that any late submissions will result in a 0 grade per the Experiential Learning Late Policy.

This will also serve as a study aide for you as you continue through the program, study for the HESI and NCLEX exams.

Client (virtual or living) background: Please tell us a little about the client you cared for today, either virtual or living. For living clients, no personal identifying information needed.

Related concepts (explain):

Related exemplars:

Related Assessments (explain):

Related Lab & Diagnostic Test (explain):

Related Nursing Interventions (explain):

Related Medications (explain):

Potential Complications (explain):

Collaborative Care (explain):

References:

Concept Notebook

Name:Stacey Villareal Concept: Mobility

Course: Nurs 205 Activity:SimChart

Faculty Facilitator: Prof. Sargent Date/Time: 2/4/21 – 10 am- 12:30 (PST)

If you did a notebook for this concept in a previous term, you should add to the content, but you
will need to date all new content and expand, using different color and/or font. Submitting the
same notebook without noting the changes is considered plagiarism. ANY plagiarism issues
noted will result in a 0 grade. The assignment will need to be redone for the ability to pass the
course, but your score will remain a 0.

Example: Gas Exchange BSN205; Gas Exchange BSN246, Gas Exchange BSN366

This will also serve as a study aide for you as you continue through the program, study for the
HESI and NCLEX exams. Your reference should be your course textbooks available via the
course link, so please site per APA guidelines. Do NOT copy and paste, it must all be in your
own words.

Client (virtual or living) background: Please tell us a little about the client you cared for today,
either virtual or living, just one sentence telling us about them. For living clients, no personal
identifying information needed.

Mr. Royer is a 92-year-old man who was found in the flood in his bed this morning. Pt. was
diagnosed with pneumonia and dehydration.

Related concepts (explain): Related exemplars:

Pt should be eduated on mobility impairments
and tools to use to mobize (Giddens, 2017)

Collarobation among healthcare providers-
having the physical therapist evaluate mobility
and CNA to assist patient when mobilizing
(Giddens, 2017)

Sprains- can happen due to patient having
muscle weakness (Giddens, 2017)

Fractures- patient has muscle weakness can fall
and fracture- common fractures in elderly
include hip dislocation. 90 % estimation.
(Giddens, 2017)

Osteoporosis- due to the patient not being
mobile enough the blood is not circulating
enough due to lack of activity this causes
people to gain weight and stress the bones.
(Giddens, 2017)

Related Assessments
(explain):

Related Lab & Diagnostic
Test (explain):

Related Nursing Interventions
(explain):

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We want to assess for patient
cognitive understanding of
medications and importance
of safety when moving
around (Giddens, 2017)

We want to also further assist
the patient with assessing for
pain when moving (Giddens,
2017)

CBC- with this test we can
see where his blood levels are
such as calcium levels which
assist with bone growth as
well as protecting the bone
(Giddens, 2017)

Arhtroscopy- helps diagnose
if there are problems in joints
that can be contributing to
patient falls. (Giddens, 2017)

X-rays- that way we can see
if patient has any fractures
present (Giddens, 2017)

Call light within reach- pt can
have an easy access to
reaching out for assistance.
(Giddens, 2017)

Nonskid footwear in use-
helps prevent the patient from
sliding when walking
(Giddens, 2017)

Safety belt in use when
walking with patient- helps
monitor the patient walk
while keeping the patient safe
with assistance
(Giddens, 2017)

Related Medications
(explain):

Potential Complications
(explain):

Collaborative Care (explain):

Insulin Glargine – (Lantus)
Subcutaneous, 60 units daily
is a long acting insulin that is
given to patients that have
type 1 and 2 diabetes
(Rosenthal, 2019)

Insulin Regular –
subcutaneous 5 units – 4
times daily- short acting
insulin that helps treat
patients with type 1 and 2
diabetes (Rosenthal, 2019)

Lisinoril Tablet- oral 20 mg
daily- high blood pressure
medication. (Rosenthal,
2019)

Infection- can lead to further
complications if pneumonia
is not taking care of. (Yoost
& Crawford, 2020)

Fractures- are further
complications that can occur
if patient was to fall because
patient is an older. (Giddens,
2017)

Nurse assistant – can assist
the patient by ambulating to
the restroom or walk area,
nurse assistant can assist with
ambulation. (Yoost &
Crawford, 2020)

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References:

Giddens, J. F. Concepts for Nursing Practice, 2nd Edition. [VitalSource Bookshelf]. Retrieved
from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9780323374736/

Rosenthal, J.B. L. Lehne’s Pharmacology for Nursing Care. [VitalSource Bookshelf]. Retrieved
from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9780323512275/

Yoost, L.C. B. Fundamentals of Nursing. [VitalSource Bookshelf]. Retrieved
from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9780323508643/

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