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PEDS 602 Sophia Haddah Experience Overview_2020 – Chamberlain College of Nursing Experience Overview Patient: Sophia Haddad Digital Clinical Experience Score 70.9% This score measures you... r performance on the Student Performance Index in relation to other students in comparable academic programs. Your instructor has chosen to scale your Student Performance Index score so that the average score on the index is a 80.0%. This score may not be your final grade if your instructor chooses to include additional components, such as documentation or time spent. Student Performance Index 39  out of  64 Proficiency Level:  Beginning • Beginning • Developing • Proficient Students rated as “beginning” are starting to develop their advanced practice competencies and clinical reasoning skills. In comparable programs, 50% of students perform at the level of a beginning practitioner. Review your results in the tabs on the left side of the page to identify areas for improvement. Subjective Data Collection 23  out of  31 Medication Selection 3  out of  9 Education and Empathy 1  out of  4 Patient Teaching 9  out of  10 Prescription Writing 3  out of  10 Time 65 minutes total spent in assignment Interaction with patient 65 minutes Comments If your instructor provides individual feedback on this assignment, it will appear here. Click to return to main page content. © Shadow Health® 2012 - 2020 (800) 860-3241 | Help Desk | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | Pa Subjective Data Collection: 23 of 31 (74.2%) Hover To Reveal... Hover over the Patient Data items below to reveal important information, including Pro Tips and Example Questions. • Found:  Indicates an item that you found. • Available:  Indicates an item that is available to be found. Category Scored Items 
 Experts selected these topics as essential components of a strong, thorough interview with this patient. Patient Data Not Scored A combination of open and closed questions will yield better patient data. The following details are facts of the patient's case. Chief Complaint (Patient) •   Finding: Established chief complaint •   Finding: Reports sore throat (Found) Pro Tip: A patient's chief complaint establishes any illnesses or concerns they are presenting. Asking about the chief complaint will allow the patient to voice any concerns or symptoms the patient may have. Example Question: Where is the pain? •   Finding: Reports fever symptoms (Found) Pro Tip: A patient's chief complaint establishes any illnesses or concerns they are presenting. Asking about the chief complaint will allow the patient to voice any concerns or symptoms the patient may have. Example Question: Why are you sick? Chief Complaint (Guardian) •   Finding: Confirmed patient's chief complaint •   Finding: Reports daughter has fever and sore throat (Found) Pro Tip: A patient's chief complaint establishes any illnesses or concerns they are presenting. Asking a pediatric patient's guardian about the chief complaint will allow them to voice any concerns or symptoms they may have. Example Question: Does your daughter have a fever? History of Present Illness (Patient) •   Finding: Asked about onset and duration of symptoms •   Finding: Reports sore throat before school this morning (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the duration and onset of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: When did you notice the pain? •   Finding: Reports fever symptoms began at school (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the duration and onset of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: When did your fever start? •   Finding: Asked about location of pain •   Finding: Reports pain in back of throat (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the location of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms. Example Question: Does the back of your throat hurt? •   Finding: Asked about severity of pain •   Finding: Reports moderate pain (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the severity of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms. Example Question: What is your pain rating? •   Finding: Asked about aggravating factors •   Finding: Reports speaking aggravates throat pain (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the aggravating factors of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms. Example Question: Do you have problems talking? •   Finding: Reports swallowing aggravates throat pain (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the aggravating factors of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms. Example Question: Are you able to swallow? •   Finding: Asked about hydration •   Finding: Reports drinking water (Available) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the aggravating factors of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms. Example Question: Do you drink water? History of Present Illness (Guardian) •   Finding: Asked about patient's onset and duration of symptoms •   Finding: Reports picked Sophia up from school 2 hours previously after school nurse called (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a pediatric patient's guardian about the duration and onset of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: When did your daughter get sick? •   Finding: Followed up on patient's onset fever symptoms •   Finding: Reports fever at school was 102 (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a pediatric patient's guardian about the duration and onset of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: What was your daughter's fever at school? •   Finding: Reports did not notice fever symptoms this morning before school (Available) Pro Tip: Asking a pediatric patient's guardian about the duration and onset of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: When did you child's fever start? •   Finding: Followed up on patient's onset of sore throat symptoms •   Finding: Reports did not notice sore throat symptoms this morning before school (Available) Pro Tip: Asking a pediatric patient's guardian about the duration and onset of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: When did the pain start? •   Finding: Asked about patient's exposure to illness •   Finding: Reports school nurse said strep is "going around" at school (Available) Pro Tip: Inquiring into the patient's relevant history can reveal past diagnoses and previous conditions or concerns. Information about the patient's existing health conditions, a timeline of diagnosis, symptoms, and allergies can indicate where you should follow-up for further care and treatment. Example Question: Are your daughter's classmates sick? •   Finding: Denies any other family members are sick (Available) Pro Tip: Inquiring into the patient's relevant history can reveal past diagnoses and previous conditions or concerns. Information about the patient's existing health conditions, a timeline of diagnosis, symptoms, and allergies can indicate where you should follow-up for further care and treatment. Example Question: Is anyone in your family sick right now? •   Finding: Asked about patient's hydration •   Finding: Reports giving Sophia cold water at her request (Available) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the aggravating factors of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms. Example Question: What have you done for your daughter's throat? Home Medications (Patient) •   Finding: Asked about medication compliance •   Finding: Reports crying when taking medicine (Available) Pro Tip: A patient's home medications can provide insight into the patient's current treatment and its efficacy. Inquiring into medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient's background and how it may affect their current situation. Example Question: How does taking medication make you feel •   Finding: Reports disliking medicine because of the taste (Found) Pro Tip: A patient's home medications can provide insight into the patient's current treatment and its efficacy. Inquiring into medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient's background and how it may affect their current situation. Example Question: Are you able to take medication? Home Medications (Guardian) •   Finding: Asked about patient's home medications •   Finding: Reports giving Sophia ibuprofen (Found) Pro Tip: A pediatric patient's home medication can provide insight into their current treatment and its efficacy. Asking their guardian about medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient's background and how it may affect their current situation. Example Question: Did you give your daughter medication recently? •   Finding: Followed up on home medications •   Finding: Reports gave Sophia liquid ibuprofen an hour and a half before clinic visit (Available) Pro Tip: A pediatric patient's home medication can provide insight into their current treatment and its efficacy. Asking their guardian about medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient's background and how it may affect their current situation. Example Question: What type of ibuprofen did you give your daughter? •   Finding: Reports ibuprofen dose was 7.5 mL (Available) Pro Tip: A pediatric patient's home medication can provide insight into their current treatment and its efficacy. Asking their guardian about medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient's background and how it may affect their current situation. Example Question: How much ibuprofen did you give your daughter? •   Finding: Reports ibuprofen suspension was 100 mg per 5 mL (Found) Pro Tip: A pediatric patient's home medication can provide insight into their current treatment and its efficacy. Asking their guardian about medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient's background and how it may affect their current situation. Example Question: What suspension of ibuprofen did you give your daughter? •   Finding: Asked about patient's medication compliance •   Finding: Reports history of compliance issues (Found) Pro Tip: A pediatric patient's home medication can provide insight into their current treatment and its efficacy. Asking their guardian about medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient's background and how it may affect their current situation. Example Question: How does your daughter handle taking medication? •   Finding: Followed up on patient's history of compliance issues •   Finding: Reports Sophia will not take pills (Available) Pro Tip: A pediatric patient's home medication can provide insight into their current treatment and its efficacy. Asking their guardian about medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient's background and how it may affect their current situation. Example Question: How does your daughter handle swallowing pills? •   Finding: Reports most recent compliance problem was before clinic visit (Available) Pro Tip: A pediatric patient's home medication can provide insight into their current treatment and its efficacy. Asking their guardian about medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient's background and how it may affect their current situation. Example Question: What happened when you tried to give your daughter medication? Past Medical History (Guardian) •   Finding: Asked about patient's vaccinations •   Finding: Reports Sophia is up to date on vaccinations (Available) Pro Tip: Inquiring into the patient's relevant history can reveal past diagnoses and previous conditions or concerns. Information about the patient's existing health conditions, a timeline of diagnosis, symptoms, and allergies can indicate where you should follow-up for further care and treatment. Example Question: Is your daughter up to date on vaccinations? •   Finding: Asked about patient's surgeries •   Finding: Reports tympanostomy tubes at age 2 (Found) Pro Tip: Inquiring into the patient's relevant history can reveal past diagnoses and previous conditions or concerns. Information about the patient's existing health conditions, a timeline of diagnosis, symptoms, and allergies can indicate where you should follow-up for further care and treatment. Example Question: Does your daughter have ear tubes? •   Finding: Denies tonsillectomy or adenoidectomy (Available) Pro Tip: Inquiring into the patient's relevant history can reveal past diagnoses and previous conditions or concerns. Information about the patient's existing health conditions, a timeline of diagnosis, symptoms, and allergies can indicate where you should follow-up for further care and treatment. Example Question: Did your daughter have a tonsillectomy? •   Finding: Asked about patient's history of illness •   Finding: Denies history of strep throat (Available) Pro Tip: Inquiring into the patient's relevant history can reveal past diagnoses and previous conditions or concerns. Information about the patient's existing health conditions, a timeline of diagnosis, symptoms, and allergies can indicate where you should follow-up for further care and treatment. Example Question: When is the last time your daughter had a sore throat? •   Finding: Reports history of ear infections (Found) Pro Tip: Inquiring into the patient's relevant history can reveal past diagnoses and previous conditions or concerns. Information about the patient's existing health conditions, a timeline of diagnosis, symptoms, and allergies can indicate where you should follow-up for further care and treatment. Example Question: When was your daughter's last ear infection? •   Finding: Asked about patient's allergies •   Finding: Denies medication allergies (Found) Pro Tip: Inquiring into the patient's relevant history can reveal past diagnoses and previous conditions or concerns. Information about the patient's existing health conditions, a timeline of diagnosis, symptoms, and allergies can indicate where you should follow-up for further care and treatment. Example Question: What medications is your daughter allergic to? •   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --  Model Statement: Upset stomach is a possible adverse effect when taking amoxicillin. Discontinue if you see signs of amoxicillin allergy if your see any sign of allergies , discontinue the antibiotics and notified the doctor Statement
29/4/2020 5:53:01 PM Sophia already has some of those things because of the strep. How do I know if she's also having a reaction to the amoxicillin? It could be sudden breathing problem Statement
29/4/2020 5:53:35 PM Understood.  Model Statement: Discontinue if you see signs of an allergic reaction to amoxicillin, which includes swelling, rash, and queasiness.  Symptoms and Care 3 out of 3 Model Plan • (1 point) Throw away toothbrush after 48 hours • (1 point) Give child ibuprofen or acetaminophen to treat fever • (1 point) Give Sophia a lot of liquids to keep her hydrated 
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Education Items • (1 point) Throw away toothbrush after 48 hours • (1 point) Give child ibuprofen or acetaminophen to treat fever • (1 point) Give Sophia a lot of liquids to keep her hydrated 
Throw away toothbrush after 48 hours discard the toothbrush after 48 hours of been taking the antibiotic Statement
29/4/2020 5:54:11 PM She's pretty attached to her butterfly toothbrush, but I'm sure we can find another one . . . probably . . .  Model Statement: Throw away Sophia's toothbrush after 48 hours. Strep can linger on the toothbrush, and potentially reinfect her. Give child ibuprofen or acetaminophen to treat fever if she has fever give her tylenol or ibuprofen Statement
29/4/2020 5:54:40 PM Which one should I use? I should probably make sure it's liquid, whatever it is. liquid is better for her Statement
29/4/2020 5:55:02 PM Thanks.  Model Statement: Give Sophia ibuprofen or acetaminophen to treat her fever and sore throat pain. Give Sophia a lot of liquids to keep her hydrated She should drink plenty of fluid, cols is better Statement
29/4/2020 5:55:25 PM Sophia's pretty good about drinking water. Normally I'd go for tea, but I don't think I need a caffeinated Sophia stuck at home from school. Bad times for everybody.  Model Statement: Make sure that Sophia drinks plenty of liquids so she stays hydrated.  Say Goodbye Topics priorized for patient teaching

Education Items • Educate the patient's guardian on anything else and say goodbye 
Educate the patient's guardian on anything else and say goodbye Keep her away of any smoke Statement
29/4/2020 5:55:58 PM Ok. See you later.  Model Statement: Comments If your instructor provides individual feedback on this assignment, it will appear here. Click to return to main page content. © Shadow Health® 2012 - 2020 (800) 860-3241 | Help Des Prescription Writing Score: 3 out of 10  amoxicillin 3 out of 10 Patient Information: 1 out of 1 point This section covers the information identifying the patient. Any incorrect answers here could result in the pharmacist not dispensing the medication to the patient, and therefore you will lose the point for this section. Field Student's Answer Is Correct? Feedback Patient Name sophia Haddad ✓ Patient Weight 17.6 kg ✓ Date of Birth 06/09/2014 ✓ 

 Safe and Effective Dosage: 0 out of 7 point This section measures how well you put together a safe and effective dose for the patient's problems. Any incorrect answers here could lead to under or overdosing the patient, and therefore you will lose all of the points in this section. Field Student's Answer Is Correct? Feedback Medication Name amoxicillin ✓ Dosage 5 mL X Correct answer: 5.5 mL Strength 400 mg / 5 mL ✓ Frequency every 12 (twelve) hours ✓ Duration 10 (ten) days ✓ 

 Additional Fields: 1 out of 1 point This section covers the rest of the remaining fields for an accurate prescription. Any incorrect answers here could lead to a legally invalid prescription, and therefore you will lose the point for this sections. Field Student's Answer Is Correct? Feedback Route mouth ✓ Quantity 110 mL ✓ Refills 0 ✓ Indication GAS Pharyngitis ✓ 

 Model Prescription The prescription you wrote is not a safe and effective dosage, but you chose the correct answers for the additional fields. Here is the preferred prescription: Field Best Answer Dosage 5.5 mL Strength 400 mg / 5 mL Frequency every 12 (twelve) hours Duration 10 (ten) days Route mouth Quantity 110 mL Refills 0 Indication GAS Pharyngitis 

 Additional Information This section covers the additional information and generic substitution fields for the prescription. These are not graded by Shadow Health, but your instructor may choose to do so when inputting your grade. Field Student's Answer Dispense As Written? Required Additional Information Information not provided 

 Signature and Date: 1 out of 1 point This section covers the information identifying who wrote the prescription and when. Any errors in this section could result in the pharmacist not dispensing the medication to the patient, and therefore you will lose the point for this section. Field Student's Answer Is Correct? Feedback Signature Skarlet Santana ✓ Date 04/29/2020 ✓ 

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