3 edition of The role of the endoscopy nurse/assistant found in the catalog.
The role of the endoscopy nurse/assistant
|Statement||C.H.J. Swan and Morag M. Ravenscroft|
|Contributions||Ravenscroft, Morag M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[tape slide programme].|
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An endoscopy nurse assists specialists when using endoscopy on a patient. She is often the patient’s first contact and the one who answers his or her questions. There are many types of endoscopy used for routine checks and diagnostic work.
This is a specialized position covering pre- and post-endoscopy care. It is the responsibility of both the endoscopist and endoscopy nurse/assistant to monitor these physiologic parameters during the examination. Chest excursion and respiratory effort will be monitored by the endoscopy nurse.
Supplemental oxygen is not routinely administered. If the SaO 2 drops below 90%, jaw or chin thrust should be by: 4. By working within different medical centers, endoscopy nurses experience different responsibilities and roles. Some doctors give more independence to nurses within this profession, while others prefer to perform much of the work themselves.
Endoscopy nurses are sometimes called gastroenterology nurses due to the focus area during procedures. The job of the endoscopy assistant is challenging and complex. The assistant is responsible for numerous pre‐procedural, intraprocedural, and post‐procedural tasks. The composition of these tasks varies according to regulatory considerations, unit policies, and whether additional providers such as an anesthesia specialist are present.
The Role of the Endoscopy Nurse or Assistant in Endoscopic Sedation Article Literature Review in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Clinics of North America 18(4), viii November with. Technical support role This includes but is not limited to providing technical support to the physician endoscopist and RNs.
This role may be performed by an RN, LPN/LVN or associate. References American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Role of endoscopy in enteral feeding.
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 55 (7), File Size: KB. Role of the Endoscopy Nurse/Assistant. Synopsis Provides guidelines on which endoscopy nurses and assistants can build their knowledge and understanding. Emphasis is placed on the admission of the patient to the unit and pre-operative counselling.
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Schedule orientation and educational programs for newly hired nurses. Prepare and maintain administrative documents, budget reports and patient care records. Work with Head Nurse to determine staffing requirements and shift schedules. For further information, view the [PDF] Endoscopy Nurse Assistant Master Class (please note, programme and speakers subject to change).
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