Neurosurgery ICU holds nursing rounds in July
In order to improve the quality of nursing care for patients with critical illness and the professionalism of the nursing team, our department will conduct a special nursing rounds in the middle of the night on July 31.
At first, the nurse, Bai Gang, used the patient's case materials to elicit the existing problems in the care of patients with closed chest drainage. They took the form of questions to interact and elicit the mystery, and shared closed chest drainage, multiple rib fractures and postoperative drainage. Key points of inspection and nursing, family health education and emergency treatment after extubation. At first, a case of craniocerebral injury was merged with multiple rib fractures, tracheotomy, and the position and skin of patients with closed thoracic drainage. A consultation was asked, and 5 different levels of questions were asked on the scene. The Department's rich clinical experience speaks for itself. After the rounds, colleagues discussed that this round of rounds was no longer limited to previous studies that introduced common nursing problems and methods, showing the dexterity and diversity of nursing rounds.
Initially, Chang summarized the rounds in a timely manner in the context of the continuous presentation of 4 patients with closed thoracic drainage in our department. The learning points shared were comprehensive and applicable, and emphasized that the current rounds should be longer than Summarize and take further studies, and promote continuously.