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Complete the following questions (highlighted in yellow) after reviewing the case study. Some of this may require you to investigate treatments or nursing interventions for different conditions. If there are words you don?t know, look these up as well.SBAR Assignment Name:

Complete the following questions (highlighted in yellow) after reviewing the case study. Some of this may require you to investigate treatments or nursing interventions for different conditions. If there are words you don?t know, look these up as well.
SBAR Case Study #1
?34-year-old male admitted for possible respiratory infection. He is complaining of chills, fever, dry cough, and malaise.
?Initial Vital signs: Temp 104.1 F, BP 141/92, HR 99, RR 28, SPO2 91% on 2 L Nasal Cannula
?Assessment: Alert and oriented x4, Cardiac WNL except tachycardia, Respiratory: Diminished in bilateral lower lobes, dyspnea, GI WNL, GU deferred
?Orders: Vital signs Q2H and PRN, Acetaminophen (Tylenol) 650 mg PO q6h
?Interventions: The RN has given the client ice packs to groin and axillary areas.
?Problem: Patient?s fever is 104.6 F one (1) hour after administration of Acetaminophen. Nurse suspects Novel Coronavirus.
?What is your recommendation?
SBAR Case Study #2
?12-year-old female admitted with ruptured appendix requiring emergency appendectomy. Client is 4 hours post op.
?Vital signs: Temp 102.1 F, BP 80/60, HR 110, RR 20, SPO2 98%
?Assessment: Alert and oriented x4, Cardiac S1S2 present, Respiratory WNL, GI tender/pain in right upper and lower quadrant, GU clear, yellow urine
?Orders: Vital signs Q4H and PRN, Morphine 2 mg IV Q4H PRN for moderate-severe pain.
?Problem: Nurse is concerned about post-op fever and possible sepsis (indicated by tachycardia, hypotension, and fever).
?What is your recommendation?
SBAR Case Study #3
?Kelly Kapowski is a 20-year-old client with Type 1 Diabetes arrives to the emergency department for elevated glucose level (480 mg/dL), polyuria (urinating 2x/hr), polyphagia, and polydipsia. The client states she skipped a couple days of insulin because she was ?too busy with school to remember?.
?Vital signs: Temp 9 F, HR 93, BP 110/80, RR 18, SPO2 97%
? Create an SBAR including the introduction, situation, background, assessment, and recommendation. Assume that any other information is normal or WNL (within normal limits)
?S (Situation):
?B (Background):
?A (Assessment):
?R (Recommendation):
SBAR Case Study #4
?Jamie Smith is a 32-year-old female who recently had her second child one (1) week ago. She is experiencing right upper quadrant pain which she describes as an 8 out of 10, sharp, throbbing, and constant. A CT scan of her abdomen reveals gallstones and inflammation of her gallbladder (Cholecystitis). She received a dose of Morphine 1 mg IV forty-five (45) minutes ago but states ?it hasn?t gotten any better?. The client is scheduled for surgery the next day.

?Orders: Vital signs Q4H or prn; Morphine 1 mg IV q2h prn; NPO (nothing by mouth)
?Vitals: Temp 99.7 F, BP 135/81, HR 88, RR 24, SPO2 99%

?Create an SBAR including the introduction, situation, background, assessment, and recommendation. Assume that any other information is normal or WNL (within normal limits)
?S (Situation):
?B (Background):
?A (Assessment):
?R (Recommendation):

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