PHAM1151 Medicines Management

PHAM1151 Medicines Management

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Medicines Management

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Summative Workbook Assessment

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The workbook assignment for PHAM 1151 Level 6 Medicines management module is in two parts:

Part 1: Completion of four summative questions linked to learning outcomes 1-4.Total word count for part 1 is 2000 words.

Part 2:  Completion of Essential Skills health numeracy assessment using the SafeMedicate platform with a grade of 30/30 (100%) linked to learning outcome 4. Completion of this SafeMedicate assessment needs to be evidenced as a screenshot inserted into the section marked Part 2,

Further information about this assessment will be given during the module and using the Moodle virtual learning environment and external platform of SafeMedicate.

Parts 1&2 both need to achieve as a pass grade to pass the module. A grade will be assigned to the written part 1(pass mark being 40% for level 6 work). A potential word count per question has been allocated which are weighted respectively to the marks for each question. All questions need to be answered.

Part 1: Summative Workbook

Please use this template to complete your workbook.  Details of your patient are given below, and you will find the patient’s PSD/MAR chart in Appendix 1:

Patient scenario:

Prudence Okeke is 17-year-old who identifies as female.  She has been admitted to the Medical Unit (MU) where you are on placement. Her presenting complaint is a productive cough, shortness of breath and fever for the past 2 days which developed while she was recovering from insertion of pins for a compound fracture of her right radius, while an inpatient on the Surgical Unit.  Please not she is right-hand dominant.  She has tested Covid 19 negative.  Her primary diagnosis for this admission is Hospital Acquired Pneumonia. Sputum specimens have been sent for microscopy culture and sensitivity (MC&S) and the organism has been identified. 

Her past medical history is Diabetes Mellitus – type 1 which was diagnosed when she was 10 years of age. Her current medication for this is Novorapid 3 units subcutaneously via Novopen, 20 minutes before meals (or self-adjusted by carbohydrate coverage ratio adjustments). She also takes basal insulin Human Insulatard at 50 % of total daily insulin dose of 15 unit subcutaneously in the morning before breakfast. At last review her HbA1c was 46 mmol/mol. She has no other medical history of note.

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She lives at home while studying for A Levels. She has 6 younger siblings and both parents do not speak English. She is a non-smoker, non-drinker and denies use of recreational drugs.

Use the provided patient history and the Patient Specific Directions (PSD) and Medicines Administration Record (MAR) (combined) to develop your answers.

Please answer all four questions in Part 1 (Q1-4). Your work must be supported with appropriate references and includes a reference list.

Part 1

Q 1: Supports Learning Outcome 1 & 2:

Understanding the whole system of medicines management including prescribing, transcribing, dispensing, storage, administering and monitoring of medicines in accordance with local and national policy. Recognise and critically reflect upon the nurse’s role in medication management and delegation to others, administering medication under direct supervision of a registrant in relation to legislation and national guidelines.

Q1: Provide a critical discussion of your future registrants’ role when identifying the legal requirements of a medication prescription prior to the administration of a drug. Support your discussion with national guidelines and policies. (Approximately 350 words, 20 marks)

Q2: Supports Learning Outcome 3:  Develop a greater understanding and critically reflect upon factors which contribute to medication errors and how to deal with errors if they occur.)

 Q2a: Critically describe, with reference to known evidence base and theory, the “human factors” which contribute to medication errors and strategies which might be employed to reduce the risk of a medication error occurring. Include discussion of learning from mistakes. (Word 325 level 6 max marks 10)

Q2b: Reviewing the attached combined PSD/MAR chart, please identify any medication error(s) which have occurred.  Critically evaluate and discuss any action that needs to be taken. (Word 325 level 6 max marks 10)

Q3 Supports Learning Outcome 4: Demonstrate skills and evidence-based knowledge to critically deliver safe administration and monitoring of medication via a range of delivery routes including essential health numeracy/calculation skills. With reference to the enclosed prescription chart, discuss the specific administration and monitoring considerations for this patient’s medication.

Q3: You are required to administer the following medication: Insulin Novorapid ®. Critically evaluate reflect on your role and the process involved in preparing and selection of the write equipment for this medication. The stock insulin is NovoRapid ®100 units/ml ampule it is in date. Your answer should include reference to risk management, legislation, and national guidelines. (Approximately 400 words 30 marks)

Q4 supports Learning Outcome 4: Demonstrate skills and evidence-based knowledge to critically deliver safe administration and monitoring of medication via a range of delivery routes including essential health numeracy/calculation skills.

Q4 a) Regarding the intravenous fluids and IV medication prescribed, calculate the flow rate in mls per hour for the IV fluids to be delivered by a pump.  Show your formular and calculated answer in full (5 marks).

b) Critically evaluate and discuss the monitoring considerations for medications via this IV route.  Include reference to a range of relevant principles and guidance (Approximately 600 words 30 marks).

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Part Two:

Evidence of completion of summative Essential Skills SafeMedicate assessment with 30/30 grade.

Please insert a screenshot here as proof of successful completion of the SafeMedicate summative Essential Skills numeracy assessment.  This screenshot must clearly show your name and student ID and grade achieved.

Example of a screen shot of your safe medicate results please delete the example below and replace with your own evidence of successful completion.

To take a screen shot you need to access your results in the assessment feedback, hover your mouse over this top section and press prt scr (which is usually at the top right of your computer).

You need to have your workbook word document open and right click past the document in this section and save the document as evidence of passing this element of the workbook.

During the module you will be given formative practice using Safe Medicate essential skills questions for this section of the workbook and then a set period of time for you to achieve the summative pass evidence as seen above. You will be given instructions about when you can take this assessment to be included here by your module team.

By placing a tick (√) in the box below you are indicating the safe medicate assessment was undertaken by yourself and is no one else’s work

 Date competed:

I confirm this is my own work

Please remember to save this section of the workbook and ensure it is the one you want marked you do not need to submit the MAR below:

Appendix 1: Patient Specific Direction (PSD)/Medication Administration Record (MAR) chart

Greenwich University Hospitals

Surname:  OKEKE   Forename(s): Prudence Date of birth: 7.7.2004 (currently 17years old)   Hospital Number:  777222  Height (m): not recorded on admission guestimate 156 CM   Weight (kg): 55 Kg      
Ward: Surgical ward P transferred to Medical Ward QConsultant: Dr Pepper Senior
Date of admission: 1.1.22 transferred on 3.1.22Time of admission: 09.00
ALERTS: Allergies/sensitivities/adverse reaction
Medicine(s) or foods  Effect(s)
  
 ShellfishSwelling of the tongue
 PenicillinUrticarial rash and itch
  
IF NO KNOWN ALLERGIES TICK BOX 
Signature: Dr pepperBleep Number: 123Date:1.1.22
Allergy status MUST be completed and SIGNED by a prescriber/pharmacist/nurse BEFORE any medicines are administered.
Medication risk factors
Pregnancy oRenal Impairment oImpaired oral access oDiabetes o √
Other high-risk conditions o–specify              Patient self-medicating o
Medicine    non-administration/self-administration:
If a dose is omitted for any reason, the nurse should enter the relevant code on the administration record, sign, and date the entry.
1.Medicine unavailable2.Patient off ward
3.Self-administration4.Unable to administer
5.Stat dose given6.Prescription incorrect/unclear
7.Patient refused8.Nil by mouth (on doctor’s instruction only)
9.Low pulse and/or low blood pressure10.Other – state in nursing notes including action taken
ONCE ONLY MEDICINES, PREMEDICATION, ANTIBIOTIC PROPHYLAXIS AND PATIENT GROUP DIRECTIONS
DateDrugDoseRouteInstructionsTime requiredPrescriber’s signature, print name & bleep numberTime givenSignature givenPharmacy check
1.1.22   1.1.22Oral morphine solution 10 mg oralFor pain09.00 Dr Will Sleep 32109.05 Nurse K. AJA
          
HOSPITAL MEDICATION PRESCRIPTION AND ADMINISTRATION RECORD
Surname:        OKEKE        Forename(s):    Prudence   Date of birth: 7.7.2004   Hospital Number: 777222Height (m):   Weight (kg): 55kg    
Ward: MUConsultant:
Date of admission:Time of admission:
PRESCRIBED OXYGEN
For most chronic conditions, oxygen should be prescribed to achieve a target saturation of 94-98% (or 88-92% for those at risk of hypercapnic respiratory failure i.e. CO2 retainers). Is the patient a known CO2 retainer?   No
Continuous oxygen therapy    √ Target O2 saturation 94-98%   √   ‘When required’ oxygen therapy           Target O2 saturation 88-92%                        Other saturation range:                               Saturation not indicated e.g. end-of-life care (state reason)                                        Check and record flow rate (FR) and device (D) at each medicine round or other times specified.
Starting device and flow rate:  N and 2 L/minStart date: 3.1.22 TodayDateTimeFR/D
3.1.2209.00Checked 2 L/min via N
Prescriber’s signature: Dr R PepperStop date:   
Print name: Dr R PepperPharmacy check:   
Codes for starting device and modes of delivery
Air not requiring oxygen or weaning or PRN oxygenAHumidified oxygen at 28% (add% for other flow rate)H28
Nasal cannulaeNReservoir maskRM
Simple maskMTracheostomy maskTM
Venturi 24V24Venturi 35V35
Venturi 28V28Venturi 40V40
Venturi 60V60Patient on CPAP systemCP
Patient on NIV systemNIVOther device (specify) 
Venous Thromboembolism Risk Assessment
  Does this patient need thromboprophylaxis?Y/NSignatureDate
NDr R Peppertoday
   
   
If yes, please prescribe appropriate thromboprophylaxis on prescription chart. If contraindicated please state reason:     NB: reassess risk of bleeding and venous thromboembolism within 24 hours and if clinical situation changes
HOSPITAL MEDICATION PRESCRIPTION AND ADMINISTRATION RECORD
Surname: OKEKE   Forename(s): Prudence   Date of birth: 7.7.2004   Hospital Number: 777222  Height (m): not recorded on admission 156Cm   Weight (kg): 55kg    
Ward: transferred into medical wardConsultant:  Dr Pepper senior
Date of admission: 1.1.22 surgical unit transferred on 3.1.22Time of admission: 09.00
    
ANTIMICROBIALS 
Review IV after 24-48 hours – Review oral after 5-7 days 
1.DrugTazocin®Date and signature of nurse administering medications and code if not administered. 
DateDoseFrequencyRouteDurationDate/Time/sigDate/Time/sig:  Date/time/sig:  Date/time/sig
3.1.224.5 g diluted in 50 mls 0.9% NaClEvery 8 hoursIV infused over 30 mins5 days3.1.22 08.00 Tobi Xin         
Start date3.1.22Indication/ Organism For Hospital acquired pneumonia       
Finish date8.1.22Cultures sent?  Yes     
Prescriber’s signature and bleepDr R Pepper bleep 123Print nameDr R PepperPharmacy Check 
2.DrugGentamicinDate and signature of nurse administering medications and code if not administered.
DateDoseFrequencyRouteDurationDate/Time/ SigDate/time/sigDate/time/sig  Date/time sig
Today385 mg diluted in 50 mls 0.9% NaClOnce dailyIV infused over 60 mins3 days3.1.22 09.00 PEvans   
Start date3.1.22Indication/ OrganismFor Hospital acquired pneumonia per dose 7 mg/kg    
Finish date6.1.22Cultures sent?Yes    
Prescriber’s signature and bleepDr R Pepper bleep 123Print nameDr R pepperPharmacy Check 
HOSPITAL MEDICATION PRESCRIPTION AND ADMINISTRATION RECORD
Surname: OKEKE   Forename(s): Prudence   Date of birth: 7.7.2004   Hospital Number: 777222Height (m):   Weight (kg): 55 kg    
Ward: Medical wardConsultant: Dr R Pepper
Date of admission: 3.1.22Time of admission:
           
REGULAR MEDICINES
VTE PRESCRIPTION ONLY. Preparation:  Date and signature of nurse administering medications and code if not administered.
DateDoseFrequencyRouteDurationTimeDate:Date:Date:Date:
          
Start date Instructions/indication       
Finish Date      
Pharmacy Check      
Prescriber’s signature and bleep Print name 
DrugInsulin Novorapid ®Date and signature of nurse administering medications and code if not administered.
DateDoseFrequencyRouteDurationTimeDate: signatureTimeDate: signature
1.1.223 units20 mins before mealsS/cOngoing13.001.1.22 K. AJA 18.001.1.22 K. K. AJA AJA  
Start date1.1.22Instructions/indication Check peripheral Blood glucose levels via figure prick before meals give if blood glucose is between 4-7 mmols refer to Dr if above 7 mmols/l or needs adjusting for Carbohydrate coverage Withhold and consult Dr if below 4 mmols/l administer glyco stop as per hypoglycaemia policy         
Finish Date      
Pharmacy Checkyes     
Prescriber’s signature and bleepDr R Pepper bleep 123Print nameDr R Pepper
DrugInsulin human (Insulatard®) 100 IU/mlDate and signature of nurse administering medications and code if not administered.
DateDoseFrequencyRouteDurationTimeDate: signaturetime:Date: signature
1.1.2215 unitOnce a dayS/congoing07.002.1.22 K. AJA07.003.1.22 A JA
Start date 1.2.22Instructions/indication       
Finish Date      
Pharmacy Checkyes     
Prescriber’s signature and bleepDr R Pepper bleep 123Print nameDr R Pepper
HOSPITAL MEDICATION PRESCRIPTION AND ADMINISTRATION RECORD
Surname: Pepper   Forename(s): Prudence   Date of birth: 7.7.2004   Hospital Number: 777222Height (m): 156 cm   Weight (kg): 55 kg    
Ward: MUAConsultant: Dr Pepper Senior
Date of admission: 1.1.22Time of admission: 09.00
       
‘AS REQUIRED’ MEDICINES
DrugParacetamolDate and signature of nurse administering medications and code if not administered.
DateDoseFrequencyRouteDurationTime dateSignatureTime dateSignature
1.1.221000mg4-6 hours max 4 g in 24 hoursPO3 days1.1.22 22.00Gale.Plage2.1.22 07.00Gale.Plage
Start date1.1.22Instructions/indication for distress /discomfort with pain or fever  2.1.22 13.00P Evans 2.1.22 21.00Gale.Plage 
Finish Date 3.1.22 06.00Gale.Plage   
Pharmacy Check      
Prescriber’s signature and bleepDr R Pepper bleep 123Print name 
DrugIbuprofenDate and signature of nurse administering medications and code if not administered.
DateDoseFrequencyRouteDurationTime Date:signatureDate:signature
1.2.22300mg-400 mg6-8 hourly max 2400 mg in 24 hoursPo 2.2.22 18.00P Evans  
Start date1.2.22Instructions/indication   With food     
Finish Date      
       
Prescriber’s signature and bleepDr R Pepper bleep 123Print nameDr R Pepper
Height (m):   Weight (kg): 55kg    
Consultant: Dr R Pepper
Time of admission: 09.00
 
INFUSIONS
Bolus IM injections should be prescribed on the standard section of the drug chart. If no additive is to be used, enter ‘nil’ in the ‘drug added’ column.
DateINFUSION FLUIDDuration or ratePrescriber’s signatureGiven byChecked byStart timeStop timeVol. given (ml)
Name/strengthVolume (ml)Route (IV/SC)
3.1.220.9% NaCl with 10 mmols of KCl500IV 8 hour  Dr R Pepper bleep 123   
         
         
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