Quest Staffing Critical Care Skills Checklist Please list all Critical Care Units on which you have worked: ____ _______________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ Please use the following key:
1=Done Frequently; well skilled 2=Occasionally done; moderately skilled Administration of continuous fluids Blood/blood product administration/precautions Autotransfusion Calculation of rates Hang IV Piggyback Heparin Lock Hyperalimentation Peripheral/Central Line Knowledge of solution Insertion of Central line Use of Broviac/Hickman/Groshong Catheters Lab Assessment Implanted venous access ports Dressing changes Universal precautions Isolation procedures Airborne isolations Contact Isolation/Universal Precautions Arterial line blood draw Blood culture Capillary blood draw Central line blood draw PICC line blood draw Sputum Stool Urine Culture Urinalysis Venipuncture Bretylium Bumex Bicarbonate Cardizem Dextrose Digoxin Dilantin Dobutamine Dopamine Epinephrine Esmolol Heparin Inderal Inocor Insulin Isuprel KCl Levophed Lidocaine Mannitol Magnesium Sulfate Morphine Neosynephrine Nipride Nitroglycerine Phenobarbital Pavulon Prednisone Pitressin Procainamide Streptokinase Tpa Verapamil Vasopressin CARDIOVASCULAR: Arterial line/Swan-Ganz set up Remove art line Arterial blood gasses Pressure reading Maintain patency d/c Swan-Ganz Assess heart sounds Assist with pacemaker insertion Temporary/single/double/lumen Recognize pacemaker malfunction Pacemaker care Arrhythmia recognition and intervention Assist with pericardiocentesis External pacemaker maintenance Blood pressure monitoring/auto cuff Assist in: Arterial line insertion Swan/Ganz insertion with or without fluoro Obtain 12 lead EKG Normal Anatomy of the Heart Normal Physiology of CV system Post Angiogram care Post open heart care Removal of arterial/venous sheaths Resuscitation Team Member Perform defibrillation Perform/set up emergent cardioversion Prepare and administer meds Set up and interpret 12 lead EKG Obtaining and troubleshooting waveform Pre/post cardiac cath care Aortic balloon pump care/monitoring LVAD Use of Cardiac Monitor Acute Aneurysm Acute MI Angina CHF Airway maintenance Deep vein thrombosis Pulmonary edema Shock: Cardiogenic Shock: Hypovolemic Shock: Septic Post TPA PULMONARY: Care of patients with: Acute respiratory distress AIDS Asthma COPD Hemothorax Pneumonia Pneumothorax Pulmonary embolism TB Transplant/Pulmonary ARDS ECMO Interpretation of labs Ambu bag techniques Administer oxygen Use of apnea monitor Assess lung sounds Assist in intubation/extubation Oropharyngeal airway Nasopharyngeal airway Chest tube insertion (assist in) Incentive spirometer Nebulizer Normal physiology of pulmonary vascular system Obtain arterial blood gas Pavulonized patient Pulse oximetry Suctioning: Oral, NT, ETT Trach tray set up Assist with emergency trach Changing of the trach or tube Skin care Dressing changes Patient assessment Troubleshooting with vents Weaning from ventilator NEUROLOGICAL SYSTEM Assessing sensory-motor function extremities Assist with lumbar puncture Cervical traction Cranial nerve assessment Crutchfield tongs Halo traction LOC assessment Monitoring of ICP Appropriate interventions for changes in Pressure Pre/post neuro surgical care Seizure precautions Use of Glascow coma scale Visual acuity measurement Stryker Frame Care of patients with Aphasia Closed head injury Craniotomy VP shunt Neuro Shunt CVA Multiple Sclerosis Multiple trauma patient Overdose patient Seizure disorder Spinal cord injury GI/GU/ENDO Administer med via NG/gastrostomy tube AV shunt/fistula care Catheter insertion CAVHD Insulin preparation and administration Jejunostomy care NG tube insertion/lavage Normal physiology of renal and GI system Ostomy/stoma care Peritoneal lavage Poison control Wound care irrigations Acute cholecystitis Acute renal failure Bowel obstruction Diabetes GI bleed Hyper/hypoglycemia Multiple abdominal wounds Paralytic ileus Nephrectomy Pancreatitis Transplant/Kidney T.U.R.P. Whipple procedure Total joint replacement Arthroscopic surgery Bucks extension K-wires/Steinman pins Removal of hardware Spika Cast/body cast Cast removal Amputation Skeletal traction Ortho trauma Laminectomy Adolescent patients Isolation Rapid tranquilization Eating disorders Procedure for patient signing AMA Disaster protocols Assist with peritoneal lavage MISC. TRAYS/INSTRUMENTS Cut down tray CVP tray Culdocentesis tray Thoracentesis tray


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