HLTAAP002 : Confirm physical health status

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Assessment Task – WrittenStudent NameStudent NumberUnit Code and NameHLTAAP002 – Confirm physical health statusHLTAAP003 – Analyse and respond to client health informationAssessment TypeWrittenAssessment No.AT1 – Questions 1-3Assessment DateAssessment NameWorkplace Simulated Activity – Short and long answer questionsAssessor NameDate SubmittedStudent Declaration:I declare that this assessment is my own work. Any ideas and comments made by otherpeople have been acknowledged as references. I understand that if this statement is found to be false, it will beregarded as misconduct and will be subject to disciplinary action as outlined in the TAFE Queensland StudentRules. I understand that by emailing or submitting this assessment electronically, I agree to this Declaration in lieuof a written signature.Student SignatureDatePRIVACY DISCLAIMER:TAFE Queensland is collecting your personal information in accordance with NVR (Standard SNR 15.5) for assessment purposes. Theinformation will only be accessed by authorised employees of TAFE Queensland. Some of this information may be given to the National VET Regulator (ASQA) and/orDepartment of Education, Training and Employment for audit and/or reporting purposes. Your information will not be given to any other person or agency unless youhave given us written permission or we are required by law.Instructions to StudentGeneral Instructions:Read the workplace simulated scenarios on the following pages and answer thequestions related to the information provided in each case study scenario. Pleasereview the marking criteria for this assessment to ensure you are providing the requiredinformation in your answers.All parts of each question are to be answered.This is a clustered assessment for units HLTAAP002 and HLTAAP003.Information / Materials provided:This is an open book assessment.Assessment Criteria:To achieve a satisfactory result, your assessor will be looking for your ability todemonstrate the following key skills/tasks/knowledge as outlined in the marking criteriafor this assessment task.Number of Attempts:You will receive up to two (2) attempts at this assessment task.Should your 1stattempt be unsatisfactory (U), your teacher will provide feedback anddiscuss the relevant sections / questions with you and will arrange a due date for thesubmission of your 2ndattempt.If your 2ndsubmission is unsatisfactory (U), or you fail to submit a 2ndattempt, you willreceive an overall unsatisfactory result for this assessment task.© TAFE Queensland2021Ver. 1.1 (21/12/2015)tmp160g78v22077854_1016453721_699104.docx1of7
Uncontrolled Copy If PrintedYou must complete this assessment task by the due date provided or you may receivean unsatisfactory (U) result.If you are unable to meet a scheduled assessment due date, you must notify yourteacher at least 48 hours prior to the due date to request an extension. All requests forextensions must be in writing on a request for extension form. Extensions are granted inexceptional circumstancesonlyand must be supported by appropriate documentaryevidence.Academic and research misconductAPA 6th edition style in-text referencing must be used throughout and a reference listsubmitted with the assessment. Students must use their own words to answer thequestions. Assessments that use, reproduce or adapt the work or ideas of anotherperson without due acknowledgment will be graded as unsatisfactory and consideredacademic misconduct.For more information, refer to the Student Rules.Submission detailsInsert your details on page 1 and sign the Student Declaration. Include this template withyour submission.Your due date for this assessment can be found in the unit study guide.Method of submissionAssessment to be submitted viaTAFE Queensland Learning Management System: Connect url:https://connect.tafeqld.edu.au/d2l/loginUsername; 10 digit student numberFor Password: Reset password go tohttps://passwordreset.tafeqld.edu.au/default.aspxInstructions for theAssessorThe student must demonstrate key skills and knowledge identified in the marking criteriafor this assessment task.Note to StudentAn overview of all Assessment Tasks relevant to this unit is located in the Unit StudyGuide.tmp160g78v22077854_1016453721_699104.docxVer. 1.1 (21/12/2015)© TAFE Queensland20212of7
Uncontrolled Copy If PrintedScenario 1Mrs Chan is found lying at the bottom of her stairs by her daughter at 09:00 on 14/06/2016. Mrs Chan isdressed in a nightgown; the last thing she remembers is rushing to the toilet at about 10pm. She has nomemory of falling, she recalls “waking up” on the floor feeling cold because she was incontinent and hernight gown was wet. She was unable to get up due to a penetrating wound to her left leg from falling on aglass coffee table that has broken and become embedded in her upper thigh. She also has pain in her hipand pelvis. Her right leg is shorter than the left and it is internally rotated.Mrs Chan’s past medical history includes:Urinary incontinenceOsteoporosisCompression fractures to her spine due osteoporosisChronic painRegular medications:FosamaxVitamin DCalciumFentanyl patchPRN endoneQuestion 1.Describe the initial assessment of Mrs Chan, including the following points in your answer:(a)Describe the process of completing a primary survey on Mrs Chan-Primary survey is a crucial process of ensuring that patient injury assessments are undertaken. ForMrs. Chan her primary survey entails;oGeneral impression of the patient- the patient is alert however weak and in deep pain on leftleg.oPatient mental status – the patient is alert, verbal and in deep pain but responsive.oAirway – the patient is speaking well though weaklyoBreathing- patient has 24 beats/ minute respiratory status indicates that the patient went intocoma with normal respiratory state.oCirculation –sinus rhythm indicates 90bpm, bp 120/70 mmHg, Temperature at 38.3degreesCelsius there is presence of pulse , with serious bleeding, which can lead to blood loss bloodpressure is low 120/70mmHg with normal rhythmoDisability – the patient is conscious with left leg injury.oExposure- swollen left leg and upper right thighoUrinary output- 4 hour urinary assessment shows 450ml output(b)List the specific assessments that would assist you to evaluate her penetrating injury.ParameterInjury ParameterCut off valuesAcceptablelevelsAcceptablemarginMarginalpoorFemur axial forceTibia femur displacementTibia indexTibia axial forceFoot accelerator-9.1-151.00-8.0150-7.3-120.80-4.0150-9.1-151.00-6.0200-10.9-181.20-8.0280(Magee, 2014)tmp160g78v22077854_1016453721_699104.docxVer. 1.1 (21/12/2015)© TAFE Queensland20213of7
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