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Adult ICU Rotation Goals and Objectives

Beginning my adult ICU rotation, I have outlined the following goals and objectives that I have identified for the next 4 weeks:
1) Goal: Demonstrate necessary skill to provide direct patient care
Objectives:
a) Consistently, identify, justify and prioritize patient-
specific drug therapy problems.
b) Complete patient work up in 2 hrs including interview and
resolution of top DTP.
c) Increase efficiency of care through increasing patient care
number.
These are quite fundamental and areas where I will continue to strive to improve to increase my proficiency in providing effective, timely and safe patient care and recommendations.
Specific to ICU, my learning objectives are to:
1) Understand the different types of shock and various shock treatments depending on etiology.
2) Improve ability in interpreting ABGs.
3) Electrolyte replacement, including magnesium and phosphate, to achieve normal
electrolyte balances.

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