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Running head Case 1 Legal Issues Case Study Case 2 Nursing Situation Cindy Black fictitious name a four-year-old child with wheezing was brought into the emergency room by her mother for treatment at XYZ fictitious name hospital at 912 pm on Friday May 13 Initial triage assessment revealed that Cindy was suffering from a sore throat wheezing bilaterally throughout all lung fields seal-like cough shortness of breath SOB bilateral ear pain Vital signs on admission were pulse rate 160 respiratory rate 28 and a temperature of 1016 Fahrenheit F rectal Cindy Black was admitted to the emergency department for treatment Notes written by the emergency department physician on initial examination read Croupy female course breath sounds with wheezing mild bilateral tympanic membrane hyperemia Chest X-ray reveals bilateral infiltrates Medication prescribed included Tylenol acetaminophen 325 mg orally for elevated temperature Bronkephrine ethylnorepinephrine hydrochloride 01 millimeter subcutaneous and monitor results Nurse Slighta Hand RN fictitious name administered the medication as ordered and the child was observed for thirty minutes Miss Hands charting was brief almost illegible and read Medicines given as prescribed Cindy observed without positive results Physician notified The physician examined the child notes read that the child had minimal clearing in response to the bronchodilator The following medications were then prescribed Elixir of turpenhydrate with codeine one milliliter by mouth Gantrinsin sulfisoxazole 10 Case 3 milliliters and Quibron theophylline-glycerol guaiacolate 10 milliliters Nurse Slighta Hand RN charted the medications were given as prescribed Her note at 1108 pm read Vomiting unable to retain medicine Respiration increased 54 temperature 1014F rectal wheezing with increased difficulty breathing No further notes were made regarding Cindys condition on the emergency department record by the nurse except to state that at 1204 am child released from emergency department Thirty minutes after discharge from the emergency department
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