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Reflective Clinical Practice in ECG Interpretation of the Post Anaesthetic Patient
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Name Instructor Course Date Reflective Clinical Practice in ECG Interpretation of the Post Anaesthetic Patient Monitoring of patients who have experienced a postoperative or preoperative cardiac event is critical as it enables the nurse to respond to any abnormalities that the patient may display.
Monitoring of these values enables the nurse to respond to any abnormalities that may be revealed. These abnormal values in electrical activity of the heart represent certain abnormalities on the heart that may require rapid intervention. This paper intends to utilize John’s model of reflection to provide a critical reflection of my learning experience in clinical practice in ECG interpretation of the post anaesthetic patient. For purposes of developing my clinical practice, I got an opportunity to work at stage two PACU. At the beginning of my clinical practice experience, my main objective was to learn how to interpret the ECG. Other objectives that I had include developing the skills and competency required in order to recognize an abnormal ECG, and developing competency in observing and monitoring the cardiac activity of a patient during recovery. According to ACORN (N6, 2011), a PARU nurse is expected to specialize in the clinical management and assessment of patients who are in the PARU. The PARU nurse is expected to conduct clinical monitoring and observation of the patients in PARU. The nurse must be fully aware of any clinical limitations and seek advice accordingly. The nurse must monitor, interpret and have the ability to respond to a patient’s clinical needs. ...
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