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Emergency nursing : 5-tier triage protocols / Julie K. Briggs, Valerie Aarne Grossman.

By: Briggs, Julie K [author.]Contributor(s): Grossman, Valerie G. A [author.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, [2020]Edition: Second editionDescription: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780826137913; 0826137911Subject(s): Emergency Nursing | Triage -- methods | Emergencies -- nursing | Emergency Service, Hospital | Emergency nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Triage (Medicine) -- Handbooks, manuals, etcGenre/Form: Handbook.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Emergency Nursing 5-Tier Triage Protocols, Second EditionDDC classification: 616.02/5 LOC classification: RC86.7 | .B753 2020NLM classification: WY 49Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; The Need for 5-Level Triage Protocols; Acknowledgments; Share: Emergency Nursing: 5-Tier Triage Protocols, Second Edition; 1. Abdominal Pain, Adult; 2. Abdominal Pain, Pediatric; 3. Alcohol and Drug Use, Abuse, Overdose, and Dependence; 4. Allergic Reaction; 5. Altered Mental Status; 6. Ankle Pain and Swelling (nontraumatic; for injury, see Extremity Injury); 7. Anxiety (If chest pain is present, see Chest Pain); 8. Asthma; 9. Back Pain; 10. Bee Sting; 11. Bites, Animal and Human; 12. Bites, Insect and Tick; 13. Bites, Marine Animal
14. Bites, Snake15. Body Art Complications; 16. Breast Problems; 17. Breathing Problems; 18. Burns; 19. Chest Pain; 20. Cold Exposure, Hypothermia/Frostbite; 21. Cold Symptoms; 22. Confusion; 23. Contusion; 24. Cough; 25. Crying Baby; 26. Depression; 27. Diabetic Problems; 28. Diarrhea, Adult; 29. Diarrhea, Pediatric; 30. Ear Problems; 31. Electric Shock/Lightning Injury; 32. Extremity Injury; 33. Eye Injury or Problems; 34. Feeding Tube Problems; 35. Fever; 36. Finger and Toe Problems; 37. Foreign Body, Ear; 38. Foreign Body, Ingested; 39. Foreign Body, Inhaled
40. Foreign Body, Rectum or Vagina41. Foreign Body, Skin; 42. Genital Problems, Female; 43. Genital Problems, Male; 44. Headache; 45. Head Injury; 46. Heart Rate, Rapid; 47. Heart Rate, Slow; 48. Heat Exposure; 49. Hip Pain/Injury; 50. Hives; 51. Hypertension; 52. Itching Without a Rash; 53. Jaundice; 54. Jaundice, Newborn; 55. Knee Pain and/or Swelling; 56. Laceration; 57. Lightheadedness/Fainting; 58. Menstrual Problems; 59. Mouth Problems; 60. Neck Pain; 61. Nosebleed; 62. Poisoning, Exposure or Ingestion; 63. Pregnancy, Abdominal Pain; 64. Pregnancy, Back Pain
65. Pregnancy, Vaginal Bleeding66. Pregnancy, Vaginal Discharge; 67. Pregnancy, Vomiting; 68. Puncture Wound; 69. Rash, Adult and Pediatric; 70. Rectal Problems (see Foreign Body, Rectum or Vagina,for foreign body problem); 71. Seizure; 72. Seizure, Pediatric Febrile; 73. Sexual Assault; 74. Shoulder Pain; 75. Sinus Pain and Congestion; 76. Sore Throat; 77. Stroke; 78. Suicidal Behavior; 79. Sunburn; 80. Toothache/Tooth Injury; 81. Traumatic Injury (Skateboard, Ski, Snowboard, Bike, Car, etc.); 82. Urinary Catheter Problems; 83. Urination Problems; 84. Vaginal Bleeding, Abnormal; 85. Vomiting
86. Weakness87. Wound Infection; 88. Wrist Pain and Swelling; Appendix A: Triage Program Development; Introduction; The Triage Area/Station; Patient Flow; Safety at Triage; Triage Supplies and Equipment; Rural and Remote Triage; Legal Considerations; Maintaining Quality; Training; Managing Mass Casualties and Active Shooter Incidents; Start Method Triage: Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment; Prepare for and Manage Active Shooter Incidents; Appendix B: Key Questions to Ask Triage Nurses; Demographics; History; Symptoms; Signs; Others; Appendix C: Triage Pearls; All Ages; Mental Health; Pediatric
Summary: "The process of triage occurs in a variety of settings around the world, from the battlefield to the private medical office. Each venue may have different goals and practices are dependent upon the location of the incident or place of service, patient care needs and available medical resources., A triage process is essential to assist the care provider in prioritizing the needs of those seeking care, working to minimize or prevent a delay in care to the patient with the highest acuity risk. Triage methods and sources have evolved over many decades, and now address the needs of different practice settings"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"The process of triage occurs in a variety of settings around the world, from the battlefield to the private medical office. Each venue may have different goals and practices are dependent upon the location of the incident or place of service, patient care needs and available medical resources., A triage process is essential to assist the care provider in prioritizing the needs of those seeking care, working to minimize or prevent a delay in care to the patient with the highest acuity risk. Triage methods and sources have evolved over many decades, and now address the needs of different practice settings"-- Provided by publisher.

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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; The Need for 5-Level Triage Protocols; Acknowledgments; Share: Emergency Nursing: 5-Tier Triage Protocols, Second Edition; 1. Abdominal Pain, Adult; 2. Abdominal Pain, Pediatric; 3. Alcohol and Drug Use, Abuse, Overdose, and Dependence; 4. Allergic Reaction; 5. Altered Mental Status; 6. Ankle Pain and Swelling (nontraumatic; for injury, see Extremity Injury); 7. Anxiety (If chest pain is present, see Chest Pain); 8. Asthma; 9. Back Pain; 10. Bee Sting; 11. Bites, Animal and Human; 12. Bites, Insect and Tick; 13. Bites, Marine Animal

14. Bites, Snake15. Body Art Complications; 16. Breast Problems; 17. Breathing Problems; 18. Burns; 19. Chest Pain; 20. Cold Exposure, Hypothermia/Frostbite; 21. Cold Symptoms; 22. Confusion; 23. Contusion; 24. Cough; 25. Crying Baby; 26. Depression; 27. Diabetic Problems; 28. Diarrhea, Adult; 29. Diarrhea, Pediatric; 30. Ear Problems; 31. Electric Shock/Lightning Injury; 32. Extremity Injury; 33. Eye Injury or Problems; 34. Feeding Tube Problems; 35. Fever; 36. Finger and Toe Problems; 37. Foreign Body, Ear; 38. Foreign Body, Ingested; 39. Foreign Body, Inhaled

40. Foreign Body, Rectum or Vagina41. Foreign Body, Skin; 42. Genital Problems, Female; 43. Genital Problems, Male; 44. Headache; 45. Head Injury; 46. Heart Rate, Rapid; 47. Heart Rate, Slow; 48. Heat Exposure; 49. Hip Pain/Injury; 50. Hives; 51. Hypertension; 52. Itching Without a Rash; 53. Jaundice; 54. Jaundice, Newborn; 55. Knee Pain and/or Swelling; 56. Laceration; 57. Lightheadedness/Fainting; 58. Menstrual Problems; 59. Mouth Problems; 60. Neck Pain; 61. Nosebleed; 62. Poisoning, Exposure or Ingestion; 63. Pregnancy, Abdominal Pain; 64. Pregnancy, Back Pain

65. Pregnancy, Vaginal Bleeding66. Pregnancy, Vaginal Discharge; 67. Pregnancy, Vomiting; 68. Puncture Wound; 69. Rash, Adult and Pediatric; 70. Rectal Problems (see Foreign Body, Rectum or Vagina,for foreign body problem); 71. Seizure; 72. Seizure, Pediatric Febrile; 73. Sexual Assault; 74. Shoulder Pain; 75. Sinus Pain and Congestion; 76. Sore Throat; 77. Stroke; 78. Suicidal Behavior; 79. Sunburn; 80. Toothache/Tooth Injury; 81. Traumatic Injury (Skateboard, Ski, Snowboard, Bike, Car, etc.); 82. Urinary Catheter Problems; 83. Urination Problems; 84. Vaginal Bleeding, Abnormal; 85. Vomiting

86. Weakness87. Wound Infection; 88. Wrist Pain and Swelling; Appendix A: Triage Program Development; Introduction; The Triage Area/Station; Patient Flow; Safety at Triage; Triage Supplies and Equipment; Rural and Remote Triage; Legal Considerations; Maintaining Quality; Training; Managing Mass Casualties and Active Shooter Incidents; Start Method Triage: Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment; Prepare for and Manage Active Shooter Incidents; Appendix B: Key Questions to Ask Triage Nurses; Demographics; History; Symptoms; Signs; Others; Appendix C: Triage Pearls; All Ages; Mental Health; Pediatric

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