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carry out pressure area care procedure in a way that ; respects the individual's dignity and privacy
support and treat all residents as individuals and with respect and dignity when ... 4 you provide active support to meet the holistic needs and preferences ... It is therefore an important part of a key workers role to promote and ... [ [ choices, that take into consideration their culture, beliefs and preferences. ] ]
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User: carry out pressure area care procedure in a way that ; respects the individual's dignity and privacy

Weegy: support and treat all residents as individuals and with respect and dignity when ... 4 you provide active support to meet the holistic needs and preferences ... It is therefore an important part of a key workers role to promote and ... [ [ choices, that take into consideration their culture, beliefs and preferences. ] ]
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User: carry out pressure area care procedure in a way that maintains safety

User: carry out pressure area care procedure in a way that ensures the individual's comfort

Weegy: You must be able to do the following: apply standard precautions for infection prevention and control and take other appropriate health and safety measures work with others in a methodical and organised manner explain to the individual [ what you [ are going to do in a manner that they will understand and obtain their valid consent follow the plan of care accurately, maintaining the privacy and dignity of the individual at all times encourage the individual to be involved in their own pressure area care ensure that you can carry out the procedure without obstruction from clothing or bedding notice any changes to the individuals skin condition and report any changes to the appropriate member of staff utilise pressure relieving aids appropriately, according to the care plan and manufacturers instructions leave the individual in a comfortable position and situation according to the plan of care complete all records and documentation or pass the information onto others if this is not within your role ] ]
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identify a range of interventions that can reduce the risk of skin breakdown and pressure sores
Weegy: Keeping the sore area clean and covered, and not letting it dry out. Keeping healthy tissue around the sore clean and protecting it from moisture. Eating a healthy diet. Avoiding smoking. [ Smoking dries out the skin and reduces blood supply to the skin, so it can help pressure sores form and also slow the healing process. Early treatment can help prevent damage from pressure sores. After a sore progresses to a more serious stage, it becomes hard to treat and can lead to complications. Most stage 1 and stage 2 pressure sores will heal within several weeks with proper treatment. Stage 3 and 4 pressure sores can take months or even years to heal. Even though progress is slow, continued care and treatment can prevent complications such as further tissue damage, infection, and pain. Pressure sores occur most frequently in people who are confined to beds or chairs. In many cases, a person with a pressure sore also has one or more medical conditions that may affect treatment and healing. These conditions include diabetes, kidney disease, and heart disease. ] User: descrbe changes to an individuals skin condition that should be reported Weegy: I realise some people are struggling with this assignment. I hope this helps. [ [ Remember you can use bullet points but they MUST make sense. If you are really stuck write out each of the learning outcomes and then write a couple of sentences about it underneath. Re-read your notes, handouts and text book looking for anything relevant first. I would split this assignment into 4 sections. Section 1 - a description of the situation Section 2 - How you communicate with your child Section 3 - How you communicate with the adult (teacher) Section 4 - Confidentiality First describe the situation. For example you might say: Child A is my daughter. She is six. She goes to the same school where I am a teaching assistant in another class. I have noticed that she seems unhappy and asked her what is ... (More)
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carry out pressure area care procedure in a way that promotes active participation User: carry out pressure area care procedure in a way that promotes partnership working User: apply standard precautions for infection prevention and control
Weegy: must be used for all patients cared for within all healthcare settings. They are designed to prevent the transmission of microorganisms between patients. We do not always know which patients have microorganisms that can cause infection. [ Therefore standard precautions are used in the care of ALL patients in EVERY healthcare setting. Standard precautions include: Hand Hygiene Appropriate use of gloves Appropriate use of aprons and other personal protective equipment Appropriate handling and disposal of waste and sharps Appropriate handling and management of clean and used linen Isolation of patients with certain infections Keeping the healthcare environment free of clutter for ease of cleaning Appropriate decontamination of healthcare equipment in line with infection prevention and control principles and manufacturers instructions. The spread of infection requires three elements: ] User: carry out the pressure areacare Weegy: A low-pressure area, low or depression, is a region where the atmospheric pressure at sea level is lower than that of surrounding locations. Low-pressure systems form under areas of wind divergence which occur in upper levels of the troposphere. (More)
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