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Claims Concerns and Issues

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Claims Concerns and Issues

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Claims, Concerns and Issues-(Topic, e.g. Restraint)ClaimsWhat positive statement would I make about thecare in the place I workConcernsWhat are my concerns about the care at the place I work?IssuesWhat questions do I have about the care in the place where I work?There are favourable assertions that can be made regarding the IV channel is that it is an effective intervention for vascular dementia patients who refuse to take medications orally orsuffer from permanent dysphagia. This also improves nutrition in the population who are unable to feed on their own like in progressive dementia or other mental health conditions (Hussain et al. 2014). IV is considered to be an unfavourable assertion as it gives rise to faintness, dizziness, fatigue, lethargy, insomnia, mild slow heart rate, shortness of breath, indigestion, constipation, cold, swelling or confusion. According to Krüger et al. (2016) among all the proposed medical interventions, in case of progressive disease conditions like vascular dementia, the benefits ofIV channel placement does not outweigh the riskfactors associated with it. There is no evidence that medication through IV channel increases one’s life expectancy or reducerisk for pneumonia, relieve suffering or improvement of skin integrity. Regarding the care of Mr X, it is evident that it raises ethical issues of respect for autonomy and beneficence. Mr X does not want any IV channel insertion in his body and one the other hand, forceful IV channel placement or kind or restraintviolates the ethical principle of respect for autonomy. Moreover, IV channel placement is anact of beneficence promoting Mr X welfare to support medication and nutrition. SNPG 958 Assessment task 1 Claims, Concerns and Issues SummaryRC 2017
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