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Top 50 Licensed Practical Nurse Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Licensed Practical Nurse. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Licensed Practical Nurse resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.5% of Licensed Practical Nurse resumes contained Wound Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Licensed Practical Nurse actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Licensed Practical Nurse

1. Wound Care
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Here's how Wound Care is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Perform treatments and procedures as prescribed by a physician such as respiratory treatment, wound care, bowel and bladder care.
  • Perform all treatment/ wound care/colostomy care and nursing procedures associated with patient care as directed, indicated, and/or prescribed.
  • Direct patient care, documentation, passing medication, patient treatment, feeding tubes, wound care.
  • Perform duties related to wound care including assessing, cleaning and dressing wounds.
  • Administered medication, maintain IV therapy, complete treatments and wound care.
  • Performed medication rounds and wound care per physician's written order.
  • Performed wound care, dressing changes while using sterile technique.
  • Administer medications, injections and do minor wound care.
  • Performed wound care using aseptic and sterile technique.
  • Perform all treatment/ wound care as ordered.
  • Assist with wound care when ordered
  • Provided wound care (Wound Vac).
  • Managed caseload of 20 clients, providing education, treatments, venipuncture and wound care.
  • Treat, monitor, and demonstrate specifics needs for pre/post operative surgical wound care.
  • care, med administration, limited wound care, behavior modification, pt.
  • Ensured HIPPA Compliance,Wound Care Dressing changes per MD orders.
  • care, med administration, limited wound care, behavior modification, round with Drs
  • comfort care, medication, flushing I.V.s, charting, orders, wound care, cath care.
  • Home care Med passes Wound care Doctor visits I was a visiting nurse while employed
  • Assess patient Patient/family education Wound care Schedule Dr. appointments OASIS

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2. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Obtain vital signs every shift: temperature, oxygen saturation, apical pulse, pulse, and respiration rate.
  • Obtained vital signs on infants and children, helped assess what the patient/parent wanted to be seen for.
  • Assess, monitor and document patients progress, symptoms and vital signs on a daily basis.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight and height.
  • Obtained patient health history, laboratory specimens, vital signs and administers TB skin tests.
  • Answer phones, schedule appointments, blood draws, vital signs, lab orders
  • Give medication, documentation, body audits, vital signs, and give injections
  • Obtained vital signs and reported those that were out of range to RN.
  • Collect patient data (vital signs, administration of standardized questionnaires).
  • Assessed, monitored and documented patient progress, symptoms and vital signs.
  • Recorded patient s assessment, nutrition, and vital signs.
  • Record vital signs, perform tests, and administer injections.
  • Obtained resident's vital signs and monitored medical conditions.
  • Monitored patient status and vital signs.
  • Monitor and record vital signs.
  • Perform nursing duties, such as administering medications, measuring vital signs, collecting specimens, or drawing blood samples.
  • Pass meds, assess patient condition, communication with provider, vital signs, documentation, admissions and discharges.
  • Recorded patient's medical history, vital signs and and test results.
  • Obtain vital signs, O2 sats.
  • Take patient vital signs Interviewing patients and obtaining history Schedule procedures and appointments

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3. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Assist with supervision of clinical staff designated to provide patient care/clinical care in an ambulatory setting.
  • Provided quality patient care and administered medication to clients.
  • Conducted direct patient care to patients at multidisciplinary medical centers serving thousands of soldiers, sailors, and civilians nationwide.
  • Coordinate with DCS, facility director, therapists, doctors and various support staff to provide quality patient care.
  • Assess patient needs and obtain vitals, history and pertinent information to assist provider in patient care and procedures.
  • Teach nursing students in areas of patient care, policies, and procedures under a preceptor role.
  • Manage assisted living and memory care unit while providing patient care and assuring safety to all residents.
  • Provided nursing care and services that was in accordance with Agency patient care and general medical policies.
  • Worked on a medical surgical floor, responsible for all aspects of patient care.
  • Developed patient care plans, including assessments, evaluations, and nursing diagnoses.
  • Coordinate care with multiple disciplines and agencies if necessary for patient care.
  • Maintained the patient's equipment and room as necessary for patient care.
  • Collaborated with health team members to facilitate positive patient care outcomes.
  • Guide subordinates in effective and safe delivery of patient care.
  • Complete patient care, assist with procedures, dressing changes
  • Provide patient care while maintaining clinic flow and workload.
  • Interact with other departments regarding patient care.
  • Admitted patients including physical assessments, monitored progress/decline Worked closely with doctors over patient care, received orders and carried them out
  • Interact with other staff in regards to patient care plan
  • Provided patient care under case manager supervision Reported any assessment changes Communicated with physicians offices Charted electronically

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4. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Implemented treatment plans and administered medications at direction of physicians and appropriate consultants.
  • Coordinated with physicians regarding implementation of medication and treatment plans.
  • Documented treatment plans and procedures in accordance with regulations.
  • Document patients' medical and psychological histories, physical assessment results, diagnoses, treatment plans, prescriptions, or outcomes.
  • Educate patients and family members about mental health and medical conditions, preventive health measures, medications, or treatment plans.
  • Collaborate with clinicians and treatment specialists to prepare and enact treatment plans for patients with a variety of mental health diagnoses.
  • Participated in updating treatment plans, administered medications, and monitored interactions, side effects, etc.
  • Educate patients & families on disease process, treatment plans, medications, and physician orders.
  • Served as a liaison between patients and physicians to assist patients in understanding their treatment plans.
  • Served as a liaison between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Educated both patients and staff when needed on treatment plans, medications, disease processes.
  • Coordinated with Physicians and Registered Nurse for implementing treatment plans and providing patient care.
  • Followed rehabilitation & treatment plans & educated clients & family on safe treatment care
  • Modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' response and conditions.
  • Liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Administer treatment plans to patients as ordered by physicians and surgeons.
  • Guided clients in understanding illnesses and treatment plans.
  • Implemented treatment plans at direction of physicians.
  • Documented treatment plans and procedures in accordance with regulations Monitored stocks of medical supplies.
  • Coordinated with Doctors, Therapists and families for efficient patients management and optimal delivery of treatment plans.

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5. CNA
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Here's how CNA is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Supervised and managed CNA on unit to insure the needs and care of the patients were meet.
  • Performed professional education meetings with CNA s that needed more training in facility.
  • Supervised, trained and encouraged four CNA's to work as a team.
  • Direct patient care, med administration, documentation, supervision of CNA's
  • Supervised team of five CNA's in long term care unit.
  • Supervised the day to day activities and schedules for CNA's.
  • Coordinated Nursing and CNA weekly and monthly staffing schedules.
  • Supervised CNA's, filed telephone orders.
  • Oversee that all work done by CNA, s are complete.
  • Motivate and manage 3 CNA's.
  • Supervised CNAs, dispensed work assignments, and followed up to see that they are carried out.
  • Supervised a team of two to three CNAs assigned to a 25-bed geriatric unit.
  • Supervised 8-10 CNAs in the administration of care and wellness of residents.
  • Supervised CNAs and assist other staff in caring for individuals.
  • Charge Nurse, Supervision of CNA's Medication Administration.
  • Supervised over Cna staff with direction of patient care.
  • Directed patient care tasks to CNAs.
  • Supervised and assisted CNAs on shift.
  • Notified physician concerning residents and implemented new orders Administered medication Documented condition of residents Skin Assessments and wound treatments Supervising CNAs
  • administer medication as prescribe by physician complete accurate charting supervising CNAs perform bedside care and help with ADLs as needed.

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6. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Measured and recorded patient's vital signs such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respiration, height and weight.
  • Measure waist circumference, height, weight, BMI, blood pressure, and finger stick blood testing with cholesterol.
  • Assisted patients with healing and recovery after procedures and took and recorded patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Take and record measures of patients' physical condition, using devices such as thermometers or blood pressure gauges.
  • Read and recorded temperature, pulse and respiration, blood pressure and administered immunizations.
  • Assessed and recorded temperature, blood pressure, and other related vital signs.
  • Experience in EKG, blood pressure, immunization/shot administration, wound care.
  • Take patients' vital signs, such as pulse and blood pressure.
  • Take temperature, pulse, blood pressure and other vital signs.
  • Tested glucose blood pressure, temperature, and administered injections.
  • Measure blood pressure with manual or automatic blood pressure device.
  • Check patient blood pressure, cholesterol levels and BMI.
  • Monitored and managed blood pressure clinic.
  • Blood pressure check, blood pressure monitor applications.Event recorder application and education.
  • Provide basic patient care or treatments, such as taking temperatures or blood pressures, dressing wounds, treating bedsores.
  • Take and record TPRs, blood pressures, etc., as necessary.
  • Triaged patients (blood pressure, pulse, weight, etc.
  • blood pressure, height, weight, pulse and samples as necessary Assist physician with inoffice procedures and minor surgeries i.e.
  • Document blood pressures, respirations, Heart rate, intake and output, along with blood sugars in a computerized system.
  • blood pressure, pulse, respirations, temperature) and other required measurements (i.e.

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7. LPN
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Here's how LPN is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Served as a preceptor in orienting, educating, and training less experienced LPN's and HT's.
  • Worked as an LPN final 6 years of enlistment, many varied duties.
  • Administer IV infusions as directed by physician and within scope of LPN license
  • Change LPN on crisis stabilization units, both adult and children.
  • Worked as the primary LPN for Dr. Julia Rivera, MD.
  • Bay Park Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, weekend LPN.
  • Preformed skills within the LPN scope of practice.
  • Performed LPN/RN duties in a busy medical practice.
  • Provide leadership and supervision of LPNs and CNA
  • Travel LPN duties staffing nursing home.
  • Graduated from LPN school 1985.
  • Schedule home visits to be made by RNs, LPNs, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapist and Speech Therapist.
  • Trained new hire RNs and LPNs all duties for staff nurse positions.
  • Perform LPN duties within regulation and compliance with the state of tennessee.
  • Home Healthcare LPN/ Certified Trainer, Dependable Nurses Inc. Tucson, AZ
  • Worked as a Lpn on telemetry unit as was as on SICU, ICU, MICU and Med-Surg.
  • Work at stillwater as a STNA, I am currently transitioning to a Lpn with the company
  • Full time lpn, took on charge nurse role.
  • Trained and Supervised RN's and LPN's .
  • Worked as CNA up to CMA up to LPN Oversaw care for 60+ residents Initiated treatments Documented daily tasks completed

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8. Trach Care
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Here's how Trach Care is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Experience with initiating/maintaining peripheral IVs, g-tube feedings/med administration, Foley catheters, and trach care/suctioning,
  • Charge nurse, passed medication, trach care, wound care, supervised nursing assistants, and other duties as assigned.
  • Traveled to various clients homes providing assistance with ADL's and doing vent and trach care to pediatric clients.
  • Experience with ventilators, suctioning, feeding tubes, G-tubes, trach care, J-tube, and wound care
  • Administer medication and treatments, wound care, trach care, tube feedings, disease management
  • Provide wound care, trach care and G- tube care and provide proper documentation.
  • Performed general trach care and changing as well as mechanical ventilation.
  • Preformed trach care and worked with peg tubes and g-tubes as needed
  • Provided trach care and respiratory therapy to patients.
  • Experience with vent/trach care and suctioning.
  • Provide trach care and suctioning.
  • Suctioned, trach care performed.
  • Provide care for residents, med passes, wound care, tube feeds, trach care, etc.
  • Performed trach care, gastrostomy tube care with continuous and bolus feedings, changing according to protocol.
  • Full body assessment Trach care/maintenance, G-button care/maintenance, and ventilator care and maintenance.
  • Care included, trach care, g-tube * feedings, medication administration via g-tube.
  • Experience with providing trach care, operating PD machine, exit site wound care an provide assistance with ADL's.
  • Well-versed with trach care,ventilators, gtube care and oxygen and blood draws.
  • Staff nurse providing bed side care Performing trach care, tube feeding, wound care, Supervising C.N.A's
  • Total Nursing Care Hospice/End of life Care Vent/Trach care Foley Catheters G Tubes Wound Care Venipuncture

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9. Charge Nurse
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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Administer medication according to physician Report to charge nurses about any abnormal findings and etc
  • Work as a charge nurse, administering medications, providing wound care, knowledgeable in IV therapy.
  • Communicated with physicians and charge nurse for proper implementation and plan of care of residents.
  • Observe and monitor patient's behavior and conditions and report to Charge nurse/MD when needed.
  • Charge Nurse, medication nurse and treatment nurse to a 25-patient bed nursing hall.
  • Care, wound treatment nursing, med admin., charting, charge nurse
  • Performed all Charge nurse duties, including all administrative duties.
  • Charge Nurse, for skilled nursing facility.
  • Worked as a charge nurse on weekends.
  • Charge nurse on a skilled care/rehab unit.
  • Charge nurse to Patient care techs.
  • Charge Nurse and treatment care nurse.
  • Charge Nurse, Supervising CNA's.
  • Charge nurse : Evaluate residents health needs on a daily basis,administer medication and apply treatments.
  • Transferred to Independence where I was a charge nurse, then ADON before transferring to Aseracare.
  • Charge Nurse on Acute and Sub Acute Units In charge of both Geriatric and Pediatric Patient Care
  • Charge Nurse C-Wing (Dementia's unit) Excellent patient/family relationship skills Strong teamwork and communication skills
  • Charge nurse, adminster meds, tube feeding, breathing treatments, injections.
  • Charge Nurse Arkansas Healthcare, Hot Springs, AR Licensed Practical Nurse Charge Nurse
  • Charge nurse on Cardiac, Vascular, and Thorasic Unit, dispensce meds and duies under the supervision of an R.N..

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10. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Functioned as a patient advocate to ensure client and family concerns are addressed in a professional and timely manner.
  • Assess and provide care to patients in a home setting during scheduled visits as well as PRN visits.
  • Documented changes in residents' health status and reported findings to RN and Doctor on Call.
  • Learn surgery, assist Dr's with surgical procedures, set-up and tearing down of rooms.
  • Assist RN to plan and coordinate nursing care and maintain reports of care and assessments.
  • Drug orders faxed to pharmacy, new orders noted from APRN's and supervisors.
  • Worked under the direction of an RN, but directly responsible to Nurse Manager.
  • Emphasized with resident and family s health issues and concerns.
  • Assist the RN to plan and coordinate nursing care.
  • Performed basic physical assessments of newborns and infants.
  • Returned to school to obtain my RN.
  • Reported patient status changes to RN Supervisor.
  • Provide care as assigned by RN.
  • Administer scheduled and PRN medications.
  • Received extensive training on use of Cerner electronic documentation system.
  • Provide direct patient care in Burn Center's emergency room and intensive care unit Participated on the community outreach Burn Prevention team
  • Notified RN, and MD of any changes in pts condition.
  • Home visits with clients Verified their medical information Completed paperwork on the satisfaction/concerns of the supplemental care they are receiving
  • Turn and reposition patient every 2 hours for comfort and circulation.
  • Schedule appts for both MEP/ Journey Health Counsel clients who call in to make an appt for MEP or Jouney Health.

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11. Physician Orders
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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Administered and documented pediatric and adult vaccines in accordance with physician orders.
  • Administer medication per physician orders.
  • Document residents condition and nursing needs, update physicians with patients changes and observation, implement new physician orders.
  • Manage assignments per shift, responsible for medication rounds, verify physician orders, and provide wound care.
  • Prompt implementation of physician orders, and safe administration of medications, injections, and PEG feedings.
  • Administered and documented prescribed oral SQ, and IM medications in accordance with physician orders.
  • Follow the guide lines of JCAHO; Assuring that all physician orders are implemented.
  • Carried out physician orders under hospital policy in a safe and timely manner.
  • Document and review medication sheets for accuracy and compliance with physician orders.
  • Schedule appointments, entering physician orders, taking telephone orders, charting.
  • Prioritized patient care, followed physician orders, and reviewed lab results.
  • Provided and documented wound care treatments in accordance with physician orders.
  • Handle medication rounds, verify physician orders and provide wound care.
  • Assisted physician on patient rounds and management of physician orders.
  • Perform blood draws per physician orders and facility standards.
  • Process physician orders through appropriate home health agency.
  • Apply Loop and Event Monitors per Physician orders.
  • Transcribe Physician Orders, Chart Documentation, Admission/ Discharge
  • Evaluate and implement physician orders.
  • Assess patients for side-effects and take necessary steps Ensures patient understands physician orders and treatment plan prior to discharge.

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12. Triage
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Here's how Triage is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Job duties involve telephone/computer skills necessary to facilitate consults and transfers between physicians and facilities, in addition to telephone triage.
  • Light triage during busy hours-communicate client needs to RN.
  • Worked Triage, Emergency Room, Fast Track.
  • Assist with walk in triage and medication refill.
  • Performed triage of clients for urgent care clinic.
  • Assist in triage department with triage calls.
  • Have a working knowledge of phone triage.
  • Nurse triage phone calls and walk-ins.
  • General triage and record keeping/charting.
  • Perform intake/triage on new inmates.
  • Triaged incoming patients and prioritized phone inquiries regarding emergency matters.
  • Assisted the RN Triage Nurse, by obtaining voicemails and returning the patients call to obtain additional information's.
  • Schedule appts for follow ups, wellness visits, or triage phone call if necessary.
  • Assess and triaged patients, record clinical vitals signs, medications, and medical history.
  • Triaged patients, ordered medication for detainee's per protocol, & Physician Rounds
  • Called in prescriptions for patients, made appointments, and triaged walk-in patients.
  • Triaged walk-ins on a daily basis.
  • Tested patients for allergies, took vital signs, did refills of medications, gave nebulizer treatments, phone triage.
  • Assessed the patients after being Triaged or Admitted through ER.
  • Preformed routine diagnostic and laboratory test: Accu-checks, and A1C Triage patients Prescription refills, and prior authorizations

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13. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records; administering scheduled medications.
  • Review medical records for completeness of necessary clinical, nursing and medical information.
  • Ensured proper handling of medical records and documentation adhering to HIPAA regulations.
  • Helped office transition from paper medical records to electronic medical records.
  • Documented and supervises documentation on medical records, maintaining confidentiality.
  • Manage the review and extraction of medical records from Adverse Event litigation complaints files and summons related to bio-surgery medical devices.
  • Provided holistic patient care, obtained and recorded patient's medical history, vital signs and test results in medical records.
  • Red Springs, N C Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Ensured the staff marked legible, accurate and complete nursing entries in the medical records.
  • Take vitals, administer injections, EKG, bladder scans, obtain medical records
  • Obtain medical records from different facilities while remaining compliant under HIPPA guidelines.
  • Maintained patients medical records and carried out physicians orders.
  • Recorded and filed patient data and medical records.
  • Administer vaccinations, Perform Vitals, Nebulizer Therapy, Medical Records, perform ECG Patient/Family Education, Physical Exams, Specimen Collection
  • Assisted with administrative duties including scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records, billing and coding for insurance purposes.
  • Abstracted medical records and informations from the assigned list and entered the data on the electronic HEDIS forms.
  • Arranged for referrals to other specialties/physicians when required, Faxed cardiac/procedure clearances, medical records, etc.
  • Worked with electronic medical records daily using EPIC and Cerner.
  • Experience in Electrical Medical Records (Centricity).
  • Skilled Nursing Long Term Care Assisted Living Nursing Electronic Medical Records

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14. Medication Administration
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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Perform general nursing tasks, including medication administration, patient assessments and care plan development.
  • Managed patients' symptoms related to the terminal diagnosis and medication administration at bedside.
  • Performed medical and psychiatric home visits including medication administration and compliance.
  • Rendered care/medication administration to geriatric population on daily basis.
  • Performed physical assessments, evaluations, and medication administration.
  • Provided Medical Care for Participants and Medication administration.
  • Distribute medications according to medication administration record.
  • Provide skilled nursing or medication administration visits.
  • Completed patient care and medication administration.
  • Assisted when staffing short and performed nursing floor duties such as medication administration and wound care.
  • Performed multiple nursing duties ranging from medication administration to wound care to assigning CAN duties.
  • Order medication, as well as medication administration.
  • Complete monthly assessments on patients; provide assistance/cueing with medication administration, teach patients about side effects of medications.
  • Provide direct patient care in coronary care Provide medication administration
  • Have experience with medication administration and IV medication.
  • Total patient care, assesments, medication administrations, treatments, education and referrals of patients, and documenting.
  • Vent care g/j tubes rehab care medication administration maintaining 24 hour report book report to the on call dr
  • Respond to emergent and urgent care situations Responsible for medication administration Intake processing Prep for following days appointments
  • Charge Nurse Medication Administration and Documentation Supervising Nursing Assistants All other duties as assigned by my supervisors
  • Head to toe and weekly skin assessments, Admissions/Discharges, medication administration,injections, gastrotomy /Urostomy care.

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15. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Provided appropriate response to emergency situations with patients and providing other critical assistance to patients as needed.
  • Provided assessment, medications, and treatments for patients on emergency situations under the Register Nurse supervision
  • Responded to emergency situations based upon nursing standards while maintaining an understanding of current regulatory requirements.
  • Earned reputation of thinking quickly in emergency situations and responding to them in appropriately.
  • Communicated to other team members and responded to emergency situations.
  • Intervene in emergency situations by notifying proper authorities.
  • Responded to emergency situations based upon nursing standards.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations, and added the personal, caring touch that immediately put patients at ease.
  • Provide first aid and care management to students in emergency situations until the appropriate authorities arrive to take over.
  • Respond to medical emergency situations, assess and provide care as needed throughout the institution hospital.
  • Assisted physicians with procedures, such as lumbar punctures, allergy testing and emergency situations.
  • Responded quickly, in a calm and professional manner, to emergency situations.
  • Help residents with any emergency situations that may occur.
  • Provide assessments during sick call and emergency situations.
  • Assist RN manage injuries and other emergency situations.
  • Provide nursing care and critical nursing judgement for residents in emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency situations by recognizing changes in the patient s health status Maintain continuing education to ensure growth of knowledge
  • Assess patients in emergency situations and promptly make a decision with the best nursing interventions.
  • Demonstrated assessement skills in emergency situations, transfering patients to ER, hosptial admissions as needed.

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16. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Administered EKG's and initiated intravenous and oxygen therapy.
  • Provided nursing assistance to patients, including EKG'S, vaccination, drawing blood, etc.
  • Provided IV therapy, CPR and EKG's, Charge nurse completing Admissions and Discharges.
  • Direct patient care including wounds, injections, treatments, EKG's and teaching.
  • Performed EKG's on patients as ordered by provider, immunizations, and injections
  • Interpret EKG rhythms and apply appropriate interventions.
  • Perform EKG's, medication administration
  • Perform EKG, draw labs, dress & clean wounds.
  • Assist Physician, Injections, EKG's, Vital Signs
  • Prepare and use EKG and ICG machines.
  • Initiated IV s, Foley catheters, performed 12 lead EKG s, and transported patients on monitors to procedures /scans.
  • Performed EKG's and non-stress tests, measured fundal heights, and charted fetal heart tones.
  • Monitor, record, and report changes in patient symptoms and/or condition; perform EKGs.
  • Perform POC testing such as EKGs and Urine and influenza screening.
  • Perform EKG, albuterol treatments, urine analysis, immunizations, and any other necessary needs.
  • Performed EKG's, urinary catheterizations, ear irrigations, stitch and staple removal as needed.
  • Set up pre-surgical testing, phone triage, EKG's, and applied 24-hour holter monitors.
  • started iv's drew blood, did ekg's, charting, phones.
  • Administered medications, administered flu and testosterone injections, performed EKGs, performed ear lavages and performed urinary catheterizations.
  • Administered injections as needed, ran EKG's, administered Spirometry testing, Holter monitors, and did nebulizer treatments.

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17. ADL
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Here's how ADL is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Assisted a physically disabled woman with ADLS, oral medication administration, and dressing changes.
  • Documented and assisted with ADL's according to the residents' plan of care.
  • Provided patient's assessment, take vital signs, support with ADL's.
  • Demonstrated the ability to exceed quotas and meet deadlines ahead of schedule.
  • Assist with ADL's, feeding and personal hygiene.
  • Monitor change of condition and ADL's.
  • Direct patient care, wound care, plan of care, med pass, assisting with ADLS,
  • Assist with ADL's and activities.
  • Assist residents with ADL's.
  • Assist in am care and ADLs with patient in the cardiac unit while observing patients for changes in telemetry and condition.
  • Administered medications and treatments as ordered by physician, assisted patient with ADLs, recovery and healing after surgery.
  • Provide skilled nursing cares and ADLs for pediatric patients with congenital disorders in their homes.
  • Assist with feeding, toileting, adl's, hygiene and bathing needs.
  • Assisted with ADL's if needed.Reviewed patients' chart for care management.
  • Vent and teach care, ADLs, assessments, administering medications
  • Provide assistance to patients and/or training them with ADLs.
  • Provided assistance with ADLs for elderly patients with Dementia.
  • Direct patient care and assistance with ADLs.
  • Assisted with ADL's Administered medications Charted nursing notes
  • Provided care to pediatric clients; was in charge of medication administration, parenteral feedings, trach care, and ADLs.

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18. Health Care
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  • Implemented individualized treatment programs as directed by the Health Care Practitioner.
  • Order and administer medications as well as supervise, assist and train CNA's in relation to patient's health care.
  • Assessed the identified child's function and physical health status in collaboration with the child's parent and health care provider.
  • Communicate relevant, accurate, and complete information verbally and in writing to patients and health care team members.
  • Work as part of the health care team to assist with patient care and assess their needs.
  • Documented clinical records reflecting the delivery of quality and safe of home health care services.
  • Scheduled and coordinated paperwork for patient transfers to medical facilities or outside health care providers.
  • Implemented health care practitioners orders and documents all patient contacts using the POMR format.
  • Evaluate nursing intervention outcomes, conferring with other health care team members as necessary.
  • Provide care to patients whose conditions are characterized by extremely complex health care needs.
  • Prepare updates on patient progress to determine extent of home health care needs.
  • Assisted patients and family members in the education of health care needs.
  • Educate patients/family on health care needs, conditions, options, etc.
  • Provide health care, first aid, hearing/vision screenings and administered medications.
  • Implemented home health care procedures in accordance with State and employer guidelines.
  • Set up hospice & home health care.
  • Utilized the Composite Health Care System, enter physician consults, orders and check results of diagnostic laboratory and radiographic tests.
  • Review of health data to look for trends and communicate with health care provider, if needing further evaluation.
  • Conducted screening, diagnostic treatment and rehabilitative and supportive services as the senior nurse on a primaryhealth care team.
  • Home Health Care Acute Care nursing Medical Surgical Unit Care Elementary School Nurse

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19. Medication Pass
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Here's how Medication Pass is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Provide direct resident care (treatments, concerns, appointment escorts, and medication passes, when needed).
  • Provide medical care to the consumers such as medication passes, treatments and communicating with the doctor.
  • Administer medication pass, wound and respiratory treatments, G-tube/kangaroo pump, peg, and bolus feedings.
  • Work at different nursing facilities doing patient care and medication pass with EMR and MAR.
  • Performed medication passes on entire floor to include scheduled and PRN narcotics and insulin coverage.
  • Accompany pediatric client to school and offer direct nursing skills and medication pass as needed.
  • Administer scheduled medications to up to 30 patients per shift on multiple medication passes.
  • Passed medications to offenders in daily medication pass lines.
  • Conducted medication pass to approximately 18 or more patients.
  • Blood draws, wound care, medication pass.
  • Shift supervision, Medication Pass, Wound/skin/personal care.
  • Provided support, education and supervision of medication management and testing of medication passing CNAs.
  • Administered medication pass, wound and respiratory treatments, tracheostomy care, G-tube feedings manually and by Kangaroo pump.
  • Provide skilled nursing needs medication pass, wound/ostomy treatment, and management.
  • provide nursing care medication pass sick calls.
  • Supervised medical technician and 6 PCA's Accountable for two medication passes Wound care, diabetes maintenance, health and wellness follow-up
  • Staff relief at facilities throughout West Michigan As CENA patient care Staff nurse, medication pass and wound care
  • Obtain am , pm blood sugars, admnsiter insulins, am, pm medication pass.
  • perform medication passes via GT, JT and by mouth .
  • Performed patient assessments Wound Care Assisted patients with ADLs Trach Care Catheter Care Skin checks Medication Pass

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20. G-Tube
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Here's how G-Tube is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Administered medications including oral and g-tube.
  • Operate suctioning device, G Tube care and feeding; insert catheter, G-tube trachea & trachea charting and draw blood.
  • Feed and give medication via G-Tube, insert, remove and provide Foley catheter.
  • Assess V/S, Administer Medications, G-tube feeding and suctioning, Contact physician.
  • Utilize and maintain G-tubes, Central lines and CPM machines.
  • Administer medications and feedings via g-tube.
  • Provide proper care such as: PT/INR draws, Wound Care, G-Tube care, and blood sugar checks.
  • Utilize and maintain G-tubes, J-tubes, Central lines, IV and TPN Therapy.
  • administrated medication and feeding Thur G-Tube.
  • Experience with tracheostomies, ventilators, G-tubes, NG-tubes, mickey buttons and working with a variety of cultures and ethnics.
  • Prepare and administers prescribed medication through oral, rectal, G-tube, subcutaneous, intramuscular, and nebulization procedures.
  • Provide basic nursing care for patients with g-tubes and trachs, administer medications, injections, and computerized charting
  • Administered medications, injections, tracheostomy suctioning, G-tube feeding to patients as needed.
  • Skilled nursing for patient with G-tube and Tracheostomy.
  • Home care for adults with g-tube, and trach.
  • pass meds by mouth and via g-tube, take care of mentally challenged clients, PMAB training
  • Performed oral, g-tube, and trach care/changing Supervised and supported direct care staff.
  • Operated medical equipment such as: G-tube pump, suction machine, O2 concentrator, nebulizers, pulse oximetry.
  • Measure and record patient vital sign - Administer medication as ordered - G-Tube feeding - Nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal suctioning - Tracheostomy care
  • Pass meds G-tube Ventilator Trach Colostomy Catheterization Tracheostomy

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Here's how Hospice is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Maintain clinical competencies according to Hospice standards and comply with California Licensing Regulations.
  • Provide nursing care to hospice patients in home and facilities under the supervision of the Team Manager.
  • Educated patients and families about the disease process and the hospice and palliative care promise.
  • Work closely with hospice staff to provide quality palliative care for residents on hospice.
  • Provided excellent end of life and respite hospice care in a 16 bed facility.
  • Experience with Short Term Rehab, Psych, and Hospice patients.
  • Perform nursing care to hospice patients on continuous care.
  • Provided comfort care and medical treatment to hospice patients.
  • Assisted Hospice with end of life cares in facility.
  • Back Office Nurse, Hospice Care, Medical/Surgical Nurse.
  • Provide staffing support at Hospice Care /Assisted Living facility.
  • Provided at home care to a Hospice patient.
  • Worked with pain management facilities and hospice.
  • Refer patients to Home health and Hospice.
  • Experience with hospice and palliative nursing.
  • Provided end-of-life care to hospice patients.
  • Provide end-of-life care and hospice services to patients in their' home, or in a community setting.
  • Administer all meds and treatments according to policy, accepted standards of care and hospice care guidelines.
  • completed ALF, SNF, Flu Shot Clinics, Medical Office, Jail, and Hospice shifts and contracts.
  • work including ALF, SNF, Hospice Houses.

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22. Test Cases
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Here's how Test Cases is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Worked with testing team to derive test cases for efficient data validation.
  • Developed test strategy, test plans and test cases.
  • Implemented user acceptance testing with a focus on documenting defects and executing test cases.

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23. Phlebotomy
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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Provided dressing changes, pulmonary treatments, immunizations, laboratory tests and phlebotomy.
  • Perform telephone triage, procedure assistance, medications administration and phlebotomy.
  • Performed phlebotomy in on-site laboratory.
  • Perform phlebotomy and provide donor care during the collection of safe blood units.
  • Administer injections to clients as necessary along with phlebotomy blood draws when necessary.
  • Obtained height, weight, blood pressure and medical history *Performed phlebotomy *Give immunizations
  • Provided phlebotomy and IV insertions, with over 1000 draws and insertions.
  • Assisted in iv labs, phlebotomy labs, and math instruction.
  • Experienced with IV therapy, IV medications and Phlebotomy.
  • Perform phlebotomy, prepare and send samples to laboratory.
  • Administered IM injections and had training in phlebotomy.
  • Managed phlebotomy and specimen tests in lab.
  • Carry out specific urological procedures and treatments that included phlebotomy, injections and catheterization.
  • Administered onsite CLIA-waved tests and phlebotomy trained.
  • Perform phlebotomy ,EKG, immunizations, vital signs and assist in urine collection.
  • Supervised laboratory operations for practice Trained new and existing clinical personnel in pediatric phlebotomy Demonstrated pediatric medication administration for parents
  • tAssisted with physical examinations, phlebotomy and gathering and recording patient histories.
  • Perform various nursing duties to include: phlebotomy, EKGs, PFTs, and Mask Fit Testing.
  • Transplant Coordinator *Patient care, vital signs *Patient education *Phlebotomy *Printing/Signing off orders *Rounding with Physician
  • Administer injections Assist Dr's with Minor surgery Dressing Changes ECG Phlebotomy Lab Testing

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24. IM
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Here's how IM is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Distribute prescribed medications in an accurate & timely manner.
  • Collect specimens from patients for laboratory testing.
  • Plan and coordinate with pharmacist and providers that medication regimen is met on daily basis and refills are sent on time.
  • Develop and execute plans for care management and engage in public health functions such as disease surveillance, immunization compliance.
  • Performed all tasks with a patient-centered focus while seeking opportunities for improvement of processes and treatments.
  • Administer prescribed medications or start intravenous fluids, noting times and amounts on patients' charts.
  • Greet patients of all ages and do simple assessment of complaints to update the physician.
  • Committed to quality improvement and making things better for clients served and team members.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.
  • Implement treatments, and provide holistic care to patients and family members.
  • Report changes in patients' conditions routinely and when requiring immediate attention.
  • Organize care to provide timely and efficient care to all patients.
  • Work independently with minimal supervision, and as a team.
  • Communicate plan of care to the primary care physician.
  • Initiate and implement diabetic teaching.
  • Participated in conducting complete physical assessments on patients/residents Experienced in administering TB tests, blood draws, and immunization shots.
  • Work as part of a healthcare team to assess patient needs, plan and modify care, and implement interventions.
  • Assist Physician with epidural injections, radio frequency nerve ablations, discograms, trial based spinal cord stimulators.
  • Pulse oximetry, CPAP, BiPAP Responded to all medical emergencies throughout the school.
  • Assist in urological procedures, cystoscopy, prostate biopsy, urodynamics, and transperineal prostate seed implantation.

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25. Dementia
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Here's how Dementia is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Cared for long term patients and skilled/rehabilitation nursing patients as well as Alzheimer's/dementia/hospice patients.
  • Provided nursing care for patients living with dementia and other related psychological disorders.
  • Provide basic care and treatments for long term care, dementia/Alzheimer, as well as acute care patients.
  • Cared for 16 to 43 residents on a Secured Dementia Unit, depending on the shift.
  • Worked as a charge nurse for a skilled nursing facility specializing in Alzheimer's and dementia.
  • Provide care for complex conditions involving orthopedic, neurological, cardiac, and dementia patients.
  • Cross trained in assisted living management with a focus on Dementia & Alzheimer's care.
  • Worked on a secure floor with residents that have dementia and other chronic health conditions.
  • Charge Nurse in Alzheimer & Dementia Unit responsible for care of 14 to 20 residents.
  • Charge Nurse in a specialty residential living facility for Alzheimer's and Dementia patients.
  • Assisted diagnosed Dementia and Alzheimer's patients with activities of daily living.
  • Pain management, dementia, Alzheimer's, and hospice care.
  • Provided care to patients on a skilled and dementia nursing unit.
  • Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD and Dementia.
  • Cared for patients on a secured dementia/long term care unit.
  • Provide direct care to residents including residents with dementia.
  • Provide care for residents on a lock-down Alzheimer's/Dementia unit.
  • Managed 20-30 inpatients in a locked dementia unit.
  • Charge nurse on a dementia/psych floor.
  • Skilled Nursing & Rehabilation Facility Per Diem/ Daily care of long term residents, dementia residents and rehabilitation clientele.

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26. Daily Living
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Here's how Daily Living is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Care for bed/chair bound patient, assess vitals, give medicines and other treatments, assist with daily living activities.
  • Assist clients with activities of daily living, personal hygiene, and social activities and record care.
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living, transported patients to appointments, and administrated medication.
  • Documented and assisted with activities of daily living according to resident's plan of care.
  • Assist patients with eating, dressing, bathing, and other activities of daily living.
  • Assisted disabled with medications, treatments, meals, and activities of daily living.
  • Provided all daily living tasks to enhance quality of life for elderly patients.
  • Chart notes, help patient with activities of daily living, etc.
  • Teach clients the appropriate self-care techniques and other aspects of daily living.
  • Assisted with transferring, toileting, dressing and activities of daily living.
  • Worked with the elderly helping them with their maintaining their daily living.
  • Assisted patients with Activities of Daily Living to ensure optimal care.
  • Administer medications; perform the necessities for activities of daily living.
  • Assisted patients both mentally and physically with daily living.
  • Assist with activities of daily living.
  • assisted registered nurse with care of patients which includes activities of daily living, and medication administration and treatments as ordered
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living, including Bed to chair transfers, toileting, and hygiene care.
  • Chart progress notes regarding treatment, and assist in programing and activities of daily living.
  • Assist patient with activities of Daily Living, Medications given under supervision of Medical Doctor.
  • Tube feeds, medication administration, orthotics, catheterization, percussion, suction, durable medical equipment, and daily living.

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27. Personal Care
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Here's how Personal Care is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Monitored and reported personal care services provided by unlicensed personnel.
  • Administered medications, performed assessments, focused with personal care.
  • Provide prescribed medical treatment and personal care services to ill, injured, convalescent, and disabled and substance abuse patients.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Provided prescribed medical treatment and personal care services to the ill, injured, convalescent and handicapped persons.
  • Administered medications, focused with personal care, skilled in all aspects of geriatric care.
  • Provided personal care and dressing wounds, collected the specimen and performed laboratory tests.
  • Perform personal care, assessment of family's current ability to cope.
  • Provided medical treatment and personal care to patients in private home settings.
  • Provide medical treatment, wound care, and personal care to residents
  • Provided personal care and hygiene to adult and/or geriatric patients.
  • Supervised and managed a staff of 5 Personal Care Specialists.
  • Assessed and monitored patient status and provided personal care.
  • Administer medication in a personal care setting.
  • Admit new residents to personal care unit.
  • Charge nurse in personal care setting.
  • Provided personal care and wound dressings.
  • Provide nursing, psychiatric, or personal care to mentally ill, emotionally disturbed, or mentally retarded patients.
  • Provide personal care of patients Patient assessment and documentation Administered medication Perform other fiduciary responsibilities
  • Provide direct personal care Trachostomy care Vent Experience Medication Administration Ostomy Care Cathether Care Check Vital Signs

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28. Infection Control
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Here's how Infection Control is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Direct or coordinate infection control programs, advising or consulting with specified personnel about necessary precautions.
  • Participated in unit-based Quality Assurance, infection control procedures and patient/family education.
  • Maintain aseptic technique and infection control precautions as required.
  • Practiced safety, environmental and infection control methods.
  • Followed safety and infection control procedures of facility.
  • Honed acquired understanding of the concepts of infection control principles to prevent spread of infection to patients, self and others.
  • Adhered to all safety and infection control measures and regulations to reduce the risk of staff and client injuries.
  • Assist the Infection Control nurse by implementing measures that prevent the spread of disease.
  • Followed infection control procedures and maintained quality wound care via sterile technique.
  • Provided nursing skills and technique with the focus always on infection control.
  • Managed time well, maintained sterile fields and utilized infection control.
  • Follow all Nursing Home Protocols, Regulations and Infection control procedures
  • Utilize infection control methods related to individual client needs.
  • Maintain Infection Control and Standard Universal Precautions.
  • Follow strict infection control guidelines.
  • Passed Medications Followed infection control procedures.
  • Maintained vaccination and infection control schedules Reviewed and set up charts on new admits and monthly orders .
  • Promoted to skin care nurse for Decubitus monitoring and wounds Established infection control procedures and techniques
  • Monitored acute conditions.Monitored patient reactions to drugs and carefully documented progress of individuals participating in clinical trials.Followed infection control procedures.
  • Maintained patient privacy and confidential patient information..Tested patients' blood glucose levels.Followed infection control procedures.

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29. Alzheimer
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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Charge nurse for 25+ residents with Dementia, Alzheimer's, and on hospice, physically handicapped and mentally impaired residents.
  • Provided care to patients on the Skilled Units, Transitional Care Unit and Alzheimer Unit.
  • Worked on all floors including the Alzheimer and Dementia Unit, ICF and Skilled Unit.
  • Provided care for patients dealing with dementia, Alzheimer's and various mental disorders.
  • Provision of family education regarding hospice and the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
  • Cared for patients suffering from: Cancer, Dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Provided bedside care to patients with Alzheimer's and other Cognitive Deficiencies.
  • Position caring for long-term and Alzheimer residents, and those needing rehabilitation.
  • Work with Alzheimer's patients, wound care and wound treatments.
  • Experience working in geriatric, dementia or Alzheimer's programs.
  • Provision of care with emphasis on Alzheimer's disease.
  • Provide long-term geriatric care to Alzheimer's patients.
  • Provided care and coverage for secured Alzheimer unit.
  • Provide direct care to Alzheimer resident.
  • Provided emotional/physical support and supervision for those with dementia, alzheimers, and many other neurological diseases/disorders.
  • Managed patients with chronic conditions including asthma, anemia, lymphedema, COPD, post-op, Alzheimer's and dementia.
  • Worked on skilled rehabilitation unit and also have experience with pts with Alzheimer's disease.
  • Assess and provide mental status to physicians on the residents with Alzheimers disease.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson\\'s, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, Alzheimer\\'s and Paget\\'s disease.

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30. Fluid Intake
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Here's how Fluid Intake is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Collect samples for testing, perform routine laboratory tests, and record food and fluid intake and output.
  • Monitor patients' fluid intake and output to detect emerging problems such as fluid and electrolyte imbalances.
  • Examine food trays for conformance to prescribed diet and record food and fluid intake and output.
  • Perform laboratory tests, record food & fluid intake- output and daily Medicare charting.
  • Monitor fluid intake and output levels for patients on strict I and O's.
  • Monitor, evaluate and record food and fluid intake and output levels.
  • Monitored patient vital signs, fluid intake and output levels.
  • Prepared meals, monitored food/fluid intake and output.
  • Measure and record patients fluid intake and output.
  • Record food and fluid intake and output.
  • Assisted with adequate nutrition and fluid intake.
  • Monitored patients fluid intake and excrete.
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels.
  • Assisted with feeding and fluid intake.
  • Perform necessary laboratory test on samples as directed, Pre/Post Op care and recording of food & fluid intake.
  • Assisted patients with daily functions.Monitored fluid intake and output levels.
  • Performed tracheostomy and respiratory care Record and monitor food and fluid intake and output.
  • Monitored fluid intake and output levels.Tested patients' blood glucose levels.Assisted patients with daily functions.
  • Tested patients' blood glucose levels .Assisted patients with daily functions .Monitored fluid intake and output levels Medical Records/Chart Assembly

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31. Tube Feedings
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Here's how Tube Feedings is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Administered medications to 20 clients as well as doing treatments such as wound care, breathing treatments and gastric tube feedings.
  • Performed multiple nursing duties such as medication administration, tube feedings, U/A and finder sticks for diabetic patients.
  • Administered medications, performed wound care, breathing treatments, bladder scans, and tube feedings.
  • Administer prescribed medications, g-tube feedings, perform tracheotomy care and provide basic bedside care.
  • Worked exclusively with Pediatric patients charting, administering medications, treatments, and tube feedings.
  • Provide PEG Tube feedings, wound care, and any other prescribed treatments.
  • Directed skilled nursing procedures, including tube feedings, peripheral intravenous therapy Managed tracheotomy care.
  • Administered medication, wound treatments, tube feedings, maintained traches and supervised Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA).
  • Administered breathing treatments, performed tube feedings checking placement initially, and performed sterile trach cleaning and replacement.
  • Provide care to a client including tracheotomy and gastrostomy care, medications, and tube feedings.
  • Performed patient catherization, tube feedings, oxygen therapy, enemas and colostomy care.
  • Directed skilled nursing procedures, including tube feedings (G and J tube), Foley catheter, Suprapubic Catheter etc.
  • tube feedings, tracheostomy care and treatment.
  • Directed skilled nursing procedures, including tube feedings (G tube, J tube, MICKEY, PEG tube.
  • Draw blood, start IV's, flush IV's connect IV's Tube feedings Other duties as assigned
  • Manage Gtube feedings, giving meds, tracheostomy care and change, ventilation trained and assisting with ADL's.
  • Administer peg tube feedings, administer medications, breathing tx, v/s,documentation,skin assessments,etc
  • Tube Feedings -Vital Signs -Well Child Checks -Medication Administration
  • Home Care Nurse) Hoyer lit transfer Enteral tube feedings Bed side care and medication administration Wound care
  • Home Care Nurse) Straight catheterization procedure Vital Signs Medication Administration Peg tube feedings Peg tube care

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32. Resident Care
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Here's how Resident Care is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Provide quality resident care as specified on individualized patient care plan according to established policies and procedures.
  • Referred relevant resident care issues to attention of interdisciplinary care team members.
  • Provide resident care, evaluations, management and medications administration.
  • Participated in the implementation and evaluation of resident care.
  • Coordinate resident care between various disciplines.
  • Participate in resident care conferences.
  • Make decisions about resident care needs within scope of clinical practice that are consistent with company policies and procedures.
  • Provided quality nursing care in accordance with resident care policies and procedures in Assisted-Living Facilities and Home Health visits.
  • Review resident care plans for appropriate resident goals, problems, approaches, and revisions based on nursing needs.
  • Monitor staff in maintaining resident care and staff issues, assisting residents to Dr. visits /interaction.
  • Direct resident care assistance: bathing dressing, personal hygiene and companionship.
  • Perform delegated resident care tasks in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Handled day-to-day resident care on a 21-bed long-term care unit.
  • Assist in developing and implementing resident care and nursing plans.
  • Advised Certified Nurse Assistants of daily resident care assignments.
  • Direct and supervise Resident Assistants in resident care.
  • Develop and reassess resident care plans including Care Plan Meetings with families.
  • Provided quality nursing care in accordance with resident care policies and procedures.
  • Team player to ensure compassionate resident care Strong communication skills demonstrated with residents, doctors and house supervisors, and healthcare staff
  • Direct Patient Care Geriatric Treatment Knowledge Body Mechanics Emotional Support Resident Care Policies Vital Signs Patient Charts Medication Administration

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33. Adverse Reactions
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Here's how Adverse Reactions is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Administer medications and observe residents for adverse reactions to medications and treatments.
  • Instruct parents/guardians regarding normal verses adverse reactions to immunizations and treatment.
  • Administered medications safely, monitor patients for side effects/ adverse reactions.
  • Administered prescribed medications and treatments, observed and reported adverse reactions.
  • Report changes in patients conditions, such as adverse reactions to medication or treatment, and take prompt attention.
  • Monitor and gather information of patients and report adverse reactions to medications or treatments with physicians and registered nurses.
  • Observe patients' conditions, such as adverse reactions to medication or treatment, and taking any necessary action.
  • Administered medication, blood glucose monitoring and insulin to residents while monitoring their adverse reactions and side effects.
  • Administer flu shot to big companies, knowledge of patient education, risks, adverse reactions.
  • Administer IV fluids, medications, and antibiotics and observe for adverse reactions and side effects.
  • Observed patients and reported adverse reactions to medication or treatment to medical personnel.
  • Monitor intravenous fluids and report any adverse reactions to medications or treatments.
  • Observe for and if necessary treat for adverse reactions
  • Report adverse reactions to medications or treatments.
  • Monitored patients for adverse reactions after vaccines.
  • Prescreened patients per protocol, documentation, managed money and insurance, responded to medical emergencies/adverse reactions as needed.
  • Administered Immunotherapy via subcutaneous injection and monitored patients for any adverse reactions.
  • Observe patient, chart, and report any change in conditions, such as adverse reactions to medical treatment.
  • Monitored and reported adverse reactions of medications to M.D.. Daily charting and treatments A/O.
  • report adverse reactions toM.D and RN.

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34. Mental Health
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Here's how Mental Health is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Completed in-service training in nonviolent crisis intervention for mental health.
  • Maintained a safe and dignified environment for the treatment of mental health issues and clients in various stages of recovery.
  • Treat patient symptoms, manage their pain and provide any care that will address their spiritual or mental health needs
  • Take direct care of the patient, medication intake, assist shower and feeding, psychiatric and mental health
  • Care for the elderly and adults with multiple acute, chronic medical conditions, and mental health disorders.
  • Respond to medical, mental health, and crisis emergencies occurring in the facility.
  • Provided instruction in classroom and clinical nursing courses (medical/surgical and mental health).
  • Supervised a 30 bed in-patient drug and alcohol rehab center and Mental Health Techs.
  • Assigned Mental Health Technicians work duties Performed temporary assignment to RN duties as needed
  • Prepare monthly reports for Joint Commission and Ohio Department of Mental Health requirements.
  • Gained experience in mental health, developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries.
  • Gained experience in mental health disorders substance abuse and diabetic maintenance.
  • Worked with and assisted patients on locked mental health floor.
  • Care of mental health patients in a crisis stabilization setting.
  • Experience in psychiatric and mental health nursing.
  • Experienced in psychiatric and mental health nursing techniques including therapeutic communication, de-escalation, problem-solving and analysis.
  • Perform assessments and intervention duties in a mental health, mental retardation setting to provide quality client care.
  • Worked within the interdisciplinary team to assist patients in reaching their highest potential in mental health and wellbeing.
  • Addressed suffering, mental health, psychosocial and spiritual needs of the family/patient.
  • chart checks,Transcribe Dr. orders, in charge of a Unit of 24 Behavioral Adolescents and 2 Mental Health Techs.

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35. EMR
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Here's how EMR is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Home visits preforming wound care, treatment nurse, patient assessment's, vital signs, EMR,
  • Documented patient information into an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system during and after patients visit.
  • Med pass, assessments, group sessions, glucose monitoring, EMR charting, lab draws, injections
  • Maintained Health Office stock of medical supplies, and utilized the EMR, CHIP for documentation.
  • Attended to all back office duties including EMR, referrals, and injection treatments.
  • Entered patients' assessments into Electronic Medical Records database (EMR).
  • Perform patient intake and record health history via NextGen EMR charting.
  • Communicate through EMR, process lab orders, DME orders.
  • Manage medical EMR of 420 patients between 2 physicians.
  • Performed patient assessment, referrals, and EMR.
  • Review EMR following home visits.
  • Document all actions in EMR.
  • Chart patient information via EMR.
  • Use with EMR (Athena)
  • Triaged calls, handled all refill requests, EMR e-clinical works.
  • Enter new patient information in the EMR Work closely with physicians to collect blood specimens on a daily bases.
  • Enter notes (SOAP Note) and information into EMR system during and after patient visits .
  • Use of EMR when scheduling, creating prescriptions, and inputing patient information/vitals.
  • Use of EMR allmeds and Centricity.
  • Scribe for physicians EMR - Allscript Obtain vital signs and chief complaint Conduct initial patient history and assessment Wound care

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36. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Trained in non-violent physical crisis intervention and CPR prior to accepting independent assignment or released from orientation.
  • Performed CPR/management of obstructed airway according to established guidelines.
  • Performed CPR to donors encountering donor complications.
  • Conduct safety training to new hires and First Aid, CPR, and AED certify all new and exist employees.
  • Lecture preparation for Anatomy and Physiology, Maternal and Child Health and CPR certification for instructors.
  • Certified in BLS (Basic Life Support) including CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).
  • Job Description: LPN/Med Surge Unit Float CCU/Float Geriatrics/Float Out Patient Surgery IV Certified/CPR Certified
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, license and CPR compliance records.
  • Performed techniques including first aid and CPR in emergency situations.
  • Certified in CPR and restorative nursing.
  • Maintained license and CPR compliance records.
  • Trained staff on use of CareVue, CPRS, and BCMA.
  • administer CPR when necessary in the correct and proper manner.
  • Passed meds, Wound care, Taught CPR classes.
  • assist RN in caring for patients with emergent conditions -perform CPR and defibrillation -insert Intravenous lines and perform peripheral blood draws
  • Certified in Critical Care b. IV Therapy Certified c. CPR Certified
  • Charge Nurse duties CPR Certified Narcotic Inventory
  • Manage patients in MV, NCPAP, HI-FLOW CPRS-Documentation Medication Round CBG
  • respond in emergency situation, perform CPR via trach with ambu bag,.
  • Point Click Care All aspects of patient care..medication ,treatments,transcribing doctor orders Catheterization IV therapy CPR certified Connecticut License

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37. LVN
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Here's how LVN is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Performed duties of contract LVN in various Mental Health & Correctional facilities, including Acute Psychiatric Units & Emergency Rooms.
  • Develop incident reports, and perform narcotic counts and all related functions as an LVN within scope of practice.
  • Direct primary care was given under supervision of RN and within the LVN scope of practice.
  • Assist the RN Supervisor with on-the-job nursing instruction and training of other new LVN's.
  • Initial employment as an LPN from LVN with transfer from Southern California to Atlanta Georgia.
  • Assist other LVN nurses as needed and provide support to family members when needed.
  • Report change in condition to on coming LVN, RN, and physician.
  • Demonstrate proper performance of skills reflected and validated by the LPN/LVN.
  • Performed standard LVN then RN charge duties on a telemetry unit
  • Recognized with an award for LVN of the Year 2010.
  • Delivered a complete range of LVN services and expertise.
  • Home Health LVN with special needs pediatric.
  • Trained incoming LVN/LPNs and medics as needed.
  • Obtain urine specimen F/C, NG insertion/ removal, IV insertions/removal, protor/ orient RN & LVN to floor.
  • Kindred Hospital To work within scope of practice of LVN at Long Term Acute Care Hospital.
  • Drug and alcohol, Detox nurse Above it All- LVN
  • Preform all duties as an LVN ( blood Draws, Vitals Charting, Injections, etc.)
  • Delegate task to other LVNs and CNAs within their indicated scope of practice.
  • worked in a renal& medsurge floor as patient care nurse LVN
  • Worked as LVN patient care nurse administered,mediiation ,did total patient care

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38. Diabetes
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Here's how Diabetes is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Job functions included medications, monitoring of patients, diabetes management, glucose monitoring, breathing treatments, and operational monitoring.
  • Provided medical care to those in need including, but not limited to diabetes, cardiac, wound and palliative care.
  • Provide nursing duties to medically fragile kids with different diagnosis such as diabetes, cancer, cystic fibrosis, etc.
  • Charted patient care including change in condition, monitoring of diabetes, wound care, and implemented nursing interventions.
  • Provide health education to patients and families in areas such as preventive health, asthma, diabetes and hypertension.
  • Gained experience in various medical conditions including Parkinson, Dementia, Diabetes, Piaget Diseases, and Alzheimer.
  • School nurse for Pittsburgh Public schools caring for children with Diabetes, Respiratory and Seizure disorders.
  • Monitored and assisted in coordinating care for children with diabetes type I and II.
  • Home care visits varied from wound care to diabetes teaching to cardiac monitoring.
  • Managed patients with chronic conditions including: asthma, diabetes, and epilepsy.
  • Stayed at this hospital while working with the Diabetes and Glandular Disease Clinic.
  • Administered medication to students with diabetes as well as seizures.
  • Educate patients on disease processes such as asthma and diabetes.
  • Managed patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes.
  • Collaborated with PA to manage diabetes program, as well as overseeing immunotherapy, special medications, and hepatitis C programs.
  • Diagnosed and treated patients with chronic and acute health problems such as seizures, diabetes, asthma, and pneumonia.
  • Interact with other interdisciplinary teams.. Hospice care, Cancer care, Diabetes care, short term and long term rehab.
  • Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD, CHF, Diabetes, and asthma.
  • Cared for student with Autism & Diabetes Mellitus I during summer camp.
  • Treated patients with strokes, head traumas, COPD, asthma, diabetes.

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39. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Coordinated the flow of patients, phone calls, and lab work to facilitate quality patient care and customer service goals.
  • Answered incoming phone calls and utilized protocols and guidelines in electronic format to triage callers.
  • Prioritize phone calls, good time management skills, and pay strict attention to detail.
  • Administer medications, wound care, answer telephone calls, charting and documentation.
  • Placed phone calls to pharmacies to order prescriptions; sets-up referral contacts.
  • Directed phone calls, medication refills, and patient education per Dr.orders.
  • Answered phone calls related to existing patient care.
  • Respond to patient phone calls when necessary.
  • Helped monitor & respond to phone calls.
  • Respond to patient phone calls daily.
  • Routed information regarding client refills to appropriate Dr. Answer question via internet and phone calls from clients, with Drs supervision.
  • provide nursing care charting and documentation, answering phone calls for information from companies concerning patient and facility needs, wound care
  • Answer a wide variety of phone calls to assess and guide patients over the phone with healthcare and medication concerns.
  • Administer injections, keeping supplies stocked, calling in meds with physician's approval, and triage of phone calls.
  • Addressed incoming phone calls and inquiries from family members and members of healthcare team pertaining to clients' care.
  • Scheduled patients within the office or with specialists, triaged phone calls, lab call backs, referrals.
  • Triaged and returned patient phone calls.
  • Triaged phone calls, performed EKGs, obtain and document vital signs, administer immunizations, take refill requests for medications.
  • triaged when phone calls came in patient refills, plus IV insertions for stress echo patients.
  • Triaged phone calls, escribed medications and refills and assisted with outside referrals.

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40. Medical Care
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Here's how Medical Care is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Delivered skilled medical care to geriatrics, medically fragile, and mentally and/or memory declining clients in a long-term care/rehabilitation facility.
  • Provide both emergent and non-emergent medical care for residents in long-term care facilities and facilities for developmental disabilities.
  • Provided occupational medical care to deploying and redeploying contractors in support of OEF/OIF under physician supervision.
  • Monitored patients with suicidal tendencies and performed medical care as appropriate.
  • Provided psychiatric nursing and medical care to 43 psychiatric patients with 5 medical assistant orderlies under my direct supervision.
  • Refer children as needed for medical care and assist with transfer to a specialist or hospital.
  • Worked closely with Physician and various outside agencies to assure Residents received proper medical care.
  • Provided all medical care and documentation for resident's ages 4-21 in a home environment.
  • Provide both emergent and non-emergent medical care for residents in a long-term care setting.
  • Provided emotional support and medical care for clients with Dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Arrange and schedule doctor's appointments according to assigned medical care standard.
  • Provided patients with the medical care they need.
  • Provide medical care to elderly residents.
  • Administered medical care to inmates.
  • Coordinate medical care with inter-disciplinary team to improve resident's quality of life while in a assisted living environment.
  • staff relief in correctional facilities, long term facilities, hospitals/clinics and provided in home medical care as needed.
  • Provide medical care to in home patient Assess respiratory while on ventilator Provide care and maintain trach
  • Administer meds to residents as well as provide medical care.
  • Bay County Medical Care Facility Essexville Michigan
  • Administer patient medications * Provide basic patient medical care as ordered by doctor * Assist RN with patient care as needed

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41. Quality Care
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Here's how Quality Care is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Respect Supervisory authority and assist managers and staff in providing quality care to individuals.
  • Developed and maintained quality care systems and standards, including but not limited to, creating and improving medical protocols/guidelines.
  • Motivate and monitor the charge nurses and CNA's to give the residents the best quality care possible.
  • Maintain quality care of all residents on the unit, while monitoring for any changes in condition.
  • Work closely with providers in the clinical office setting to provide quality care to scheduled patients.
  • Provide quality care to inmates utilizing a treatment and assessment plan under a supervising RN.
  • Teach, motivate and guide staff to provide the best quality care possible.
  • Communicated with physicians, families, and staff to ensure quality care.
  • Ensured quality care and monitoring of adult psychiatric patients on two units.
  • Provide quality care to pediatric and adult clients in home setting.
  • Assist with other departments to insure quality care for Residents.
  • Promote the highest degree of quality care and services.
  • Provide quality care to patients in their homes.
  • Work in conjunction with Doctors provide quality care.
  • Provided high quality care to residents in a skilled nursing facility including long-term and acute rehabilitation care.
  • Performed telephonic and onsite review of concurrent patient services and retrospective quality care issues, access and outcome studies.
  • Perfomed as a Licensed Vocational Nurse, and provide quality care to special needs children and their families.
  • Direct supervisor of 5 State Tested Nursing Assistance and ensure that quality care is provided for each resident.
  • Promoted the highest degree of quality care and services to residents with a personal touch .
  • sign cnas to patients, provided quality care , interacted with various health care personnel and families.

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42. MDS
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Here's how MDS is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Completed MDS assessments per Medicare/Medicaid guidelines per facility policy.
  • Collaborated with MDS coordinators to ensure Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) process was completed from admission to discharge.
  • Position Held: MDS Coordinator, Care Plan Coordinator, Charge Nurse, Medication Nurse.
  • Documented according to plan of care established by RN MDS coordinator.
  • Worked as an MDS nurse for a year in this facility.
  • Complete sections on the MDS for proper reimbursement to the facility.
  • Assess and formulate Nursing care plans and MDS'S.
  • Completed MDS per RAI Guidelines and transmitted them.
  • Assisted MDS coordinator with MDS assessments.
  • Reviewed MDS for Medicare approval.
  • Position Held: MDS Coordinator for Medicare and Medicaid, working together with therapy to achieving highest RUG and CMI scores.
  • Charted MDS and medicare pts daily on unit.
  • Receive orders and acquire orders from MDs.
  • Administer medications; monitor vital signs; maintain patient records Prepare shift reports; enter MDs orders/assessments in computer.
  • Administer vaccines, antibiotics, or other medications per orders from MDs, APRNs, or other providers.
  • Perform blood sugar and PT/INR checks May appointments with various MDs for residents.
  • Picked up monthly MDs' orders and transcribed these unto new MAR sheets.
  • Inform MDs, NPs and PAs of noted abnormal lab values, vital signs and changes in resident's status.
  • Verify medication with Doctors, Pharmacy, Insurance Company Verify orders and consults with Doctors Documentaion Medicare, MDS
  • Provide patient care Administer medications Supervision of CNA's MDS 3.0

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43. Catheter Care
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Here's how Catheter Care is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Provided colostomy and catheter care.
  • Blood sugar/insulin care, injections, wound care, bedsore care, tube feedings, dressing care, catheter care etc.
  • Care may include changing of colostomies, catheter care, tracheotomies, bathing, feeding, transporting.
  • Give enemas; Catheter care; Collect samples for testing as ordered by M.D.
  • Obtain vitals, distributed medication, catheter care, injections and wound care.
  • Provide tracheotomy, ventilator, colostomy, G-tube, and catheter care.
  • Understand and implement resident treatment/care plan including catheter care, administer medication and monitor resident vital signs.
  • Assist with administration of medications, catheter care, peg tube care, daily vital.
  • Peg care, tracheostomy care, wound care, medication administration, catheter care
  • Administered enteral tube feedings, drained chest tubes and performed catheter care.
  • Provided ostomy, Foley catheter care and management in the home setting
  • Skilled Nursing in home care...med mgmt Foley catheter care.
  • Provide medication administration, catheter care, trach.
  • Perform tracheotomy care, catheterization, catheter care, and gastrostomy care.
  • Provide IV, G Tube, Trach, Stoma, colostomy, catheter care.
  • Performed caths and provided urinary catheter care .Collected routine blood samples.
  • Received and Transcribed MD orders Collaborated with Cnas to provide patient care Glucose Monitoring Foley Catheter Care and insertion
  • Provided GU care, including catheterization, indwelling, suprapubic and external catheter care and irrigations.
  • Provide Direct Care Check Vital Signs Wound Care Assemble Medications Stoma Care Catheter Care
  • Develop and implement treatment plan as per physician order Medication administration Infection control Record Keeping Wound care Immunization Vital Signs Catheter care

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44. TB
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Here's how TB is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Obtain vital signs, collect and test urine, administer medications, administer immunizations and TB testing and document patient charts.
  • Implemented appropriate nursing interventions for patients with diabetes, hypertension, and various symptoms related to TBI and CVA.
  • Performed mental and physical health assessments, including suicide, drug withdrawal, intake, and TB screenings.
  • Achieved the ranks of Private to Staff Sergeant without judicial or non-judicial punishment, or setback.
  • Maintained all employee immunization records and administered new hire as well as annual TB tests.
  • Assisted with intake admission performing inmate assessment and history along with TB injections.
  • Administer immunizations such as flu and pneumonia vaccine and TB skin test.
  • Performed employee health duties such as flu vaccinations and TB testing.
  • Assisted physician with patient physicals, lab results, TB testing.
  • Administer oral medication, IM injection, and TB tests.
  • Read results of TB tests and attached to patient files.
  • Administered immunizations, TB test & results for employees.
  • Participated annual TB screening for the entire complex.
  • Test glucose, administer injections, TB screening.
  • Perform TB testing; administration and reading.
  • Administer TB testing injections to staff.
  • Give TB, Hep B and other shots as needed.
  • Performed physicals, EKG's, and TB tests.
  • Report any findings of possible scabies or shingles outbreak within either a cell or dorm setting, 1.
  • Give meds.tb skin test, draw blood.Flu shots,patient hx's.

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45. Pediatrics
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Here's how Pediatrics is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Focused on internal medicine and pediatrics.
  • Worked in Radiology and Pediatrics Departments
  • Served all populations of family practice including pediatrics, geriatrics, dermatology, urology, sports medicine, hematology & OB/GYN.
  • Work with pediatrics with G-tube feeding, pacemaker, seizure disorder, respiratory problem, assist pt in school setting.
  • Work and in a variety of areas including, OBGYN, Pediatrics, internal medicine, and family practice.
  • Float nurse for various outpatient clinical departments, Pediatrics, Dermatology, Internal medicine, and Family Practice.
  • Float nurse for 36 Primary Care Offices which include Internal, Family, Pediatrics, Maternity and OB.
  • Performed clinical nurse duties primarily in the field of Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, and Pediatrics.
  • Staff nurse initially in both Pediatrics and Neurology, then in Family Medicine.
  • Served all populations of family practice including pediatrics, geriatrics, & OB/GYN.
  • Performed Physical Assessments on a wide Variety of Diagnosis in Hospice and Pediatrics.
  • Total care assistance with vent supported residents from pediatrics up to geriatrics.
  • Perform phone triage for family practice, pediatrics, and internal medicine.
  • Collect Payment for all locations: Foundations Pediatrics/ MEP/ Journey Health.
  • Home care setting working with adult and pediatrics.
  • Provided in-home nursing services to adults and pediatrics.
  • worked in the Exceptional Family Member Program of Developmental Pediatrics.
  • Worked in the following Departments: Urgent Care, Internal Medicine, Family Practice, Pediatrics & Orthopedics.
  • Float Nurse to several different clinics including Pediatrics, Family Practice, Internal Medicine and Urgent Care
  • Serve as a key member of an interdisciplinary healthcare team for a busy pediatrics office.

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46. Emotional Support
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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support and instruction in independent living and adaptation to disability or illness.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with drug withdrawal episodes.
  • Provide behavioral and emotional support.
  • Provided behavioral and emotional support and supervision to those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Provide emotional support to patients going through process of elective abortion.
  • Provided education, and emotional support to patient and families.
  • Provide emotional support to patients and their family and friends.
  • Offer emotional support to client and to family.
  • Provide patients and families with emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support to the patients.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Psych diagnosis, medication administration.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those going through drug & alcohol withdrawl.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.Provide patient education.
  • Provided behavioural/emotional support and safety for individual.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and overseer for those with dementia and Alzheimer's in an Alzheimer's unit.
  • Provided emotional support to patients and their families Strong leader for nursing personnel assigned to the unit/shift.
  • Provided behavioral /emotional support and supervision for patient's dx with cancer and their families.
  • Use of education, emotional support and Encouragement when helping clients and families.
  • Administer medications and treatments Update resident service plans Update resident quarterly assessments Assist with activities Provide emotional support for the residents
  • Home Health Basic Life Support Direct Patient Care Body Mechanics Emotional Support Motion Exercises

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47. Colostomy Care
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Here's how Colostomy Care is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Provided appropriate Foley catheter, G-tube, tracheotomy and colostomy care according to established procedures.
  • Inserted Foley catheters and provided dressing changes, respiratory treatment, tracheotomy and colostomy care, and tube feedings.
  • Experienced with colostomy care, PEG and J tubes and feedings, and IV therapy.
  • Provided wound care, colostomy care, and performed procedures like Foley/NGT insertions.
  • Performed all respiratory treatments, wound/incision care, catheter, and colostomy care.
  • Provide treatment to wounds, manage G-Tubes, provide F/C & Colostomy care.
  • Conducted wound care and colostomy care including patient and family teachings.
  • Administer IM and SQ medications, Colostomy Care, Oxygen Management.
  • Assisted with tube feedings, colostomy care and any medical issues.
  • Performed wound care and colostomy care.
  • Cleaned and changed colostomy care.
  • Provided home care for a patient with Crohn's disease; provided daily colostomy care and wound care.
  • Experience in different procedures such as Tracheostomy Care, Colostomy Care, Foley Catheters and wound care.
  • Provide oral care, colostomy care, and suctioning tracheostomies and ventilator dependent patients.
  • Blood glucose monitoring, g-tube care, colostomy care, foley care.
  • Administered tube feedings, phlebotomy, tracheostomy care and suctioning, colostomy care and wound care in the home.
  • Insert and care for urinary catheters Give feedings through a nasogastric or gastrostomy tube Colostomy care.
  • Charge Nurse Medication Administration Wound Care IV maintenance Trachea and G-Tube care, colostomy care
  • Skilled Nursing * Perform Physical Assessments * Wound Care * Foley Placement * Colostomy Care * Reinforce patient education * Phlebotomy
  • Direct Patient Care Delegation of CNAs Medication Administration IV Therapy Charting/Documentation Wound Care Catheter and Colostomy Care Short-term Rehabilitation

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48. Medication Management
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Here's how Medication Management is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Educated patients and family members regarding disease process, medication management and coping skills.
  • Trained staff in health-related topics and medication management services.
  • Provided nursing cares and medication management.
  • Experienced with complex medication management, drug audits, care planning, and physician order oversight.
  • Direct patient care, wound care, medication management, patient education on disease processes.
  • Provide education to clients regarding disease process, medication management, and wound care.
  • Obtain client vital signs, performed general assessments, and medication management.
  • Administer medications using the five rights of medication management per MD orders.
  • Manage team of staff nurses, medication management and staff training.
  • Assisted with ADL s, medication management, and meal preparation.
  • Oversee technicians, medication management, patient care, catheter care
  • Direct patient care, medication management, shift supervision.
  • Assisted high functioning residents with medication management education and with managing their healthcare needs while encouraging their independence.
  • Provide patient care Charting, administering medications, wound care, medication management, assessments, g-tube care, oral suctioning.
  • Program Nurse Adult Day Health Center Daily health monitoring, medication management.
  • Monitored residents daily Medication management Ongoing interface between resident, family, doctor and RDC
  • Supervised ancillary staff of 10 on-call nurses and CNAs Responsible for primary care, case management and medication management.
  • Assist in Holter and cardiac events monitoring Conduct anticoagulant test and medication management Insurance precertification
  • Home care visits Medication management/Education on current diagnosis Interdisciplinary communication MD communication Lab draws
  • Manage patient care plans Routine skin assessments Wound care Medication management ( Administering medications and injections ) Routine colostomy care

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49. Picc
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Here's how Picc is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Performed specialized care tasks, including PICC line maintenance, IV infusions, feeding tube placement and management and therapeutic care.
  • Performed wound care, applied wound vac to wound, and administered medication via PICC line and PEG tube.
  • Administered Blood products and monitored patient Obtain blood samples from Central lines, PICC, Peripheral.
  • Established IV Therapy for fluids and antibiotics including PICC lines and implanted port-a-catheter maintenance.
  • Perform blood draws from vein or PICC and initiate IV lines.
  • Monitor and change PICC line dressings.
  • Work with G-tubes, Peg tubes, PICC lines, IV's, Diabetic treatment, and Wound care directly.
  • Maintain IV's and PICC's.
  • Facilitated comprehensive training & educating concerning EpicCare capabilities & functionalities.
  • Work with G-tubes, administering feedings, Picc lines, Mid lines, Peripheral line administering antibiotics and hydration solutions.
  • Collect samples such as blood from PICC lines, ports or venipuncture, urine, sputum, feces.
  • Worked a skilled unit with trach care, peg tube care, PICC lines and rehab patients.
  • Care and maintenance of IV and PICC lines (single, double, and triple lumens).
  • Care of Foley catheters, peg tubes, picc lines, and wound vacs.
  • Assist patients in the home with wound care, picc lines, etc.
  • Administered medication by mouth, intramuscular and subcutaneous injection, changed picc line dressing, and administered sublingual medication.
  • Perform wound care treatments *Obtain lab work, PT/INR *PICC line infusions, care, dressing changes
  • Provide tasks such as iv therapy, catheterization, tracheostomy care, g-tube care, picc line care.
  • bone marrow bx, triple lumen & picc insertions.
  • Access and deacess mediports Assist with bedside PICC line placement Ultrasound IV placement

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50. Hipaa
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Here's how Hipaa is used in Licensed Practical Nurse jobs:
  • Maintain professional relationship with patients while following HIPAA guidelines to ensure patient safety.
  • Ensured patient privacy and confidentiality according to HIPAA Guidelines.
  • Maintained client confidentiality and function within HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintained accurate records and client logs as per company and HIPAA policy, maintaining confidentiality beyond professional standards.
  • Complied with HIPAA standards in all patient documentation and interactions.
  • Maintained strict confidentiality per office and HIPAA guidelines.
  • Adhered to all confidentiality and HIPAA requirements.
  • Intimate working knowledge of HIPAA Privacy Rule.
  • Executed and ensured strict HIPAA protocol.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews.
  • Follow all HIPAA and OSHA guidelines.
  • Ensured and enforced HIPAA compliance.
  • Assist in care for post-operative patients through Pharmacological and non-pharmacological management Ensure HIPAA compliance.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations by appropriately handling patient information.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required brochures and pamphlets were available to patients in all clinics.
  • Insured HIPAA compliance * Instruct patients and family members on proper discharge care.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance.Educated patients about their treatments.
  • Supervised clinical and support staff in patient care activities while maintaining a high level of staff morale Ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Ordered and read lab tests .Ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and motivate outstanding healthcare teams.Provided patient education.Ensured HIPAA compliance.Educated patients about their treatments.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Licensed Practical Nurse

Wound Care

12.8%

Vital Signs

11.7%

Patient Care

11.3%

Treatment Plans

6.0%

CNA

5.5%

Blood Pressure

5.2%

LPN

5.1%

Trach Care

4.5%

Charge Nurse

4.3%

RN

3.8%

Physician Orders

3.6%

Triage

3.4%

Medical Records

3.2%

Medication Administration

2.9%

Emergency Situations

2.9%

EKG

2.8%

ADL

2.8%

Health Care

2.8%

Medication Pass

2.7%

G-Tube

2.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Licensed Practical Nurse

Rank Skill
1 Wound Care 9.5%
2 Vital Signs 8.6%
3 Patient Care 8.4%
4 Treatment Plans 4.4%
5 CNA 4.1%
6 Blood Pressure 3.9%
7 LPN 3.8%
8 Trach Care 3.3%
9 Charge Nurse 3.2%
10 RN 2.8%
11 Physician Orders 2.6%
12 Triage 2.6%
13 Medical Records 2.4%
14 Medication Administration 2.1%
15 Emergency Situations 2.1%
16 EKG 2.1%
17 ADL 2.1%
18 Health Care 2.0%
19 Medication Pass 2.0%
20 G-Tube 2.0%
21 Hospice 1.5%
22 Test Cases 1.3%
23 Phlebotomy 1.3%
24 IM 1.3%
25 Dementia 1.2%
26 Daily Living 1.2%
27 Personal Care 1.1%
28 Infection Control 1.1%
29 Alzheimer 1.1%
30 Fluid Intake 1.0%
31 Tube Feedings 1.0%
32 Resident Care 1.0%
33 Adverse Reactions 1.0%
34 Mental Health 0.9%
35 EMR 0.9%
36 CPR 0.9%
37 LVN 0.8%
38 Diabetes 0.8%
39 Phone Calls 0.6%
40 Medical Care 0.6%
41 Quality Care 0.6%
42 MDS 0.6%
43 Catheter Care 0.6%
44 TB 0.5%
45 Pediatrics 0.5%
46 Emotional Support 0.5%
47 Colostomy Care 0.5%
48 Medication Management 0.5%
49 Picc 0.5%
50 Hipaa 0.5%
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