Johns Hopkins NeuroIntensive Care Nursery Monthly Newsletter

Johns Hopkins NeuroIntensive Care Nursery Monthly Newsletter

2 Pages · 2011 · 838 KB · English

Johns Hopkins NeuroIntensive Care Nursery Monthly Newsletter –February 2011 Ed. C. Parkinson [email protected] News/Info Thank you Nancy Tuttle for running Basics

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Johns Hopkins NeuroIntensive Care Nursery Monthly Newsletter –February 2011 Ed. C. Parkinson [email protected] News/Info Thank you Nancy Tuttle for running Basics of the aEEG for 12 hours to accommodate both day and nightshift nurses on January 26 th. Every nurse that works on our unit should have a basic understanding of the aEEG. This allows for the bedside nur se to know when they need to “raise the red flag.” We do not expect the nursing staff to interpret the aEEGs but to be able to know when something has changed. If you still need the basics of aEEG please let Charlamaine Parkinson or Nancy Tuttle know immed iately. Laura Selway is creating an online module based on a need identified to review the basics of a thorough neurological assessment. This course will be available for everyone to review. A thorough neurological assessment should be completed on all HIE patient with every set of cares. Neurological status of this population is crucial to the proper management and care. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Charlamaine Parkinson or Laura Selway. Hypothermia Protocol Highlights FAQ: Wh at should I do if the therapeutic hypothermia patient’s skin temperature is over/under the set point? Answer: You should check the r ectal temperature. Ambient air a ffects the skin temperature and is not a n accurate reflection of the core temperature of t he patient. If you continue to have any concerns please contact the practitioner in charge of the patient prior to any further intervention. FAQ: What should I do if the therapeutic hypothermia patient’ s skin rectal is over/under the set point? Answer: Your first action is to notify the practitioner who is in charge of your patient. We do not have a protocol for adding

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