- Administer medications to patients and monitoring them for side effects and reactions.
- Prescribe assistive medical devices and related treatments.
- Records patient vital signs and medical information and order medical diagnostic and clinical tests.
- Monitor, report, and record symptoms or changes in patient conditions.
- Administer non-intravenous medications.
- Assess, implements, plans and evaluates patient nursing care plans by working with healthcare team members.
- Modify patient health treatment plans as indicated by patient conditions and responses.
- Professionalism is a nursing skill encompassing many areas: respect, attitude, integrity, responsibility, and discipline.
- Developed attention to detail not only to avoid a medical mistake, but also to give great patient care.
- Understanding, respecting and accommodating our patients’ preferences and needs with regards to their individual beliefs, customs and practices.
- Developed Critical thinking which integrates information, evidence, outcomes, and experiences, and translates them into effective plans and solutions for patients.
- communicate effectively with other healthcare personnel to coordinate and provide comprehensive care and respond to patient’s needs .
- team work is essetiel to
- Care for children who are disabled.
- Maintain accurate, detailed reports and records.
- Administer prescribed medications, under the written direction of physician, as directed; noting times and amounts on patients’ charts
- Provide patients and families with emotional support and instruction in areas such as caring for special medical conditions or adapting to disability or illness.
- Provide medical treatment or personal care to patients in private home settings, keeping rooms orderly, seeing that patients are comfortable and in good spirits, or instructing family members in simple nursing tasks.
- G-tube feeding, care, and maintenace
- Trach care and maintenace
- Maintain ventilator for proper functioning and ensuring settings are correct
- Observe patients for signs or symptoms of respiratory distress and act accordingly
- Identify changes in a child’s signs and symptoms and intervene in emergent situations.
- Administer Medication using age-appropriate guidelines
- Participate in activities to manage a child’s pain.
- Determine a child’s needs related to pain management.
- Serve as a child advocate.
- Differentiate between normal and abnormal physical findings.
- Maintain privacy and confidentiality in nurse/child relationships.