Provides the student a structured format to undertake many of the psychomotor skills taught in schools of nursing and is intended to help with the rehearsal of skills, for practice in the laboratory situation and for assessment on clinical practice.Use only a sterile object to touch another sterile object so that there can be no contact with microorganisms. 2. ... the colour change of the sterility indicator, the use-by date, the package for dryness, tears, water damage, stains, or in the case of a bottle, a broken seal. ... The patienta#39;s position should be considered in relation to the time that it is expected they will need to stay still, and the Giving a goodanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Psychomotor Skills|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning Australia - 2004-01-01|