The last working meeting of the group responsible for preparing guidelines and protocols at the Ministry of Health discussed guidelines related to: local anesthetic.
In the absence of final revisions to the guidance text, it is possible final approval A new meeting is scheduled for the end of December.
This guide will enable nurses to order and use local anesthetics in a variety of diagnostic or therapeutic situations and procedures. minor emergency surgery or programmed into a test-related program. An example would be the need to use such drugs when suturing a patient.
Tobacco and fever
As far as the relevant guidelines are concerned quit smokingPreparations for the disease continue, while work involving gastroenteritis, pain and urinary tract infections (UTI) has begun.
The guide’s antipyretics The report will be published at the Bank of England once the prepared text is approved.
In itself, sexual and reproductive health After various contributions, it is awaiting review.
The Ministry of Health has currently approved six tour guides Specifies the conditions under which nurses may be involved in the use and indications of certain medications requiring a medical prescription.
Specifically, drugs used to treat and control High blood pressure, diabetes, oral anticoagulants, wounds, burns, or stomas.
These guidelines have been prepared in compliance with the Royal Decree, which regulates the indication, use and authorization of the distribution of medicines.Medicines and health products Nurse’s use of the human body.
The work facilitated by the Ministry of Health also involves the participation of Ministry of Health representatives as well as health professionals, e.g. Nursing, Medicine and Pharmacy.
Effective application of these guidelines involves different aspects Benefits to patients and professionals. Among other things, maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of care and derived treatments, or facilitating access to medication-related actions, avoiding or reducing unnecessary appointments or delays.
Other positive effects are that nurses detect adverse effects related to medication, or that medication is followed up more thoroughly. Prevent complications from occurring Related to treatment and pathology itself.