Displays the ability to document pertinent patient data, nursing interventions and patient responses.
Demonstrates the ability to perform rapid assessments differentiating between short and long-term needs.
Protects the rights of the patient, the perianesthesia nurse, and the facility by providing legal and ethical health care by ethical conduct and a clear understanding of legal guidelines.
Is competent to monitor the patient's hemodynamic state and interpret the results.
Demonstrates knowledge of cardiac arrhythmias.
Demonstrates the ability to provide appropriate patient/family teaching pre and post procedure.
Accurately utilizes consents and other forms.
Accurately identifies appropriate documentation necessary for the procedure, prior to procedure date/time (consent, H&P, orders, labs, etc.)
Follows the five rights of medication administration and maintains transcription accuracy.
Administers blood products and IV therapy per hospital policy.