1. Identify the name of the document in Western Australia th
1. Identify the name of the document in Western Australia that… 1. Identify the name of the document in Western Australia that addresses safe practices for manual handling and lifting.2. What the above document states regarding handling people.3. List five (5) controls recommended by the code in regard to handling people.4. List six (6) key pieces of legislation, regulations and codes of practice/protocols that are related to your work in non-emergency patient transport.5. Explain the protocols and requirements involved in safely transporting each of the following: Bariatric patients Paediatric patients Patients with a carer or non-clinical escort (i.e., relatives) Patients who require long-distance transport Transportation of more than one (1) patient at a time Crew Clinical staff (clinical escort) Assistance animals6. Identify the acronym that is used in situations where the patient refuses transportation and explain each part of the acronym.7. Outline the key information provided in a booking form.8. List and describe the three (3) patient classifications used for patient transport.9. List and describe each of the following types of patient acuity: Low acuity Medium acuity High acuity10. List seven (7) driving practices that ensure you are adhering to your state or territory’s road rules and regulations.11. List eight (8) good practices you should maintain to ensure optimal patient comfort during transport.12. Explain the procedure you should follow if your patient’s condition deteriorates during transport.13. Before you transport a patient from a medical service/facility, what do you need to request the service to provide?14. Outline the procedures you should follow in regard to maintaining communication with the receiving service/facility.15. Identify what each of the letters in the mnemonic IMIST AMBO stand for and provide a brief description of what should be communicated.16. List the key communication devices you use when transporting patients.17. List six (6) effective communication protocols when working with the communication centre.18. List six (6) considerations you need to make when unloading and loading patients.19. List five (5) things you need to do before you move a patient into the vehicle20. List five (5) communication techniques you can use when communicating with patients during transport.21. Using the NATO alphabet, spell the below terms: Medication Cardiac Aneurysm Seizure Cardiopulmonary Anaphylaxis 22. List some considerations for the care/restraint for all occupants during transport?23. What considerations are there for safe storage/restraint of equipment during transport?24. How would you go about restraining a mental health patient in a manner that would respect their dignity?25. What do you need to consider when transporting a child?26. Identify three (3) scenarios where the safety of a patient could be compromised whilst being transported. Describe how these could have been prevented if the required checks had been made.27. List three (3) things that you must do in line with organisation policies and procedures when you find a fault during a vehicle check. (dot points acceptable)28. List and describe six (6) pieces of medical equipment in line with organisational policies and procedures that you can find in a non-emergency transport vehicle. State which items relate to low, medium, or high acuity patients.29. Identify three (3) examples of major faults and describe why they would lead to a vehicle being placed out-of-service. How would you report this as a faulty vehicle?30. List two (2) types of faults that are considered major and describe why they would need specialist rectification. How would you report this in line with organisational policies and procedures? 31. You have been requested to transport a low acuity patient from one hospital to another. On performing the vehicle checklist, you find that the indicators are not functioning, and the horn does not work. Describe what actions would you take to resolve this issue.32. List and describe three (3) risks associated with transferring a patient in and out of a nonemergency vehicle. Identify one (1) strategy that can reduce each of these risks. 33. Using the Health VIC website, NEPT regulations and related FACT Sheets with the provided links, respond to each of the below s: 15.1 NEPT FACT Sheet – Single Loading of Patients non-emergency-patient-transport-regulations—single-loading-of-patients.docx (live.com) a) Apart from identified ‘high acuity level’ patients, identify three (3) other patient types that may require single loading.b) How many crew members are required, and what is their responsibility when single loading a patient?c) What are the NEPT requirements for monitoring for a low acuity patient?15.2 NEPT FACT Sheet – Loading of Patients with an Infectious Disease non-emergency-patient-transport-regulations—loading-of-patients-with-an-infectiousdisease.docx (live.com) d) Complete the following sentence by filling in the gaps: Any patient _______________with, or _______________ of having, an _______________that is at ________________________________to another patient must be ________________________.e) patients with a diagnosed or suspected infectious disease must be single loaded, except for what circumstance/s?Health Science Science Nursing HEALTH 1000
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