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The Routine Of CNA In A Hospital

December 28, 2010 by  
Filed under CNA Nursing Assistant Jobs

It’s just a lot depends on the hospital and the floor. The department I work, I have 12-hour shift. I vital every 4 hours. When patients come to surgery, I take the room to help transfer the patient off the stretcher, turn the oxygen up to post-operative Dinamap vitals, assist manager with what he needs.

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Then of all things that should be to identify and make regularly scheduled patients call lights are going like a pinball machine lights, and you look around the site to respond. People want the pain pills, or go to the toilet, mostly. Sometimes they want container ship, and sometimes they want to read chest of drawers, even though the actual toilet is only 2 meters away. Sometimes the views have changed and as bedding, and sometimes have to wait for a CNA to do what they do, so they can help in this. Sometimes they want to get up and sit on a chair. Sometimes they need to work around the limitation period. You can drop by 5 rooms for 20 minutes, or you can have a room for half an hour.

CNA is the rest of the hospital to make that kind of work on O / R nurses or CCU or ED. I do not work post-surgery patients with a little time, and patients in the process of rehabilitation after a serious illness, or who are seriously ill and not expected to recover. CNA in other parts of the hospital have different functions, but, but fundamental issues remain the same – vitals, ADL’s, patient personal comfort care.