Inpatient Orthopedics

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Inpatient Orthopedics by Mind Map: Inpatient Orthopedics

1. Unit#1 Health care professionals

1.1. Physicians

1.1.1. Orthopedics surgeon

1.1.2. Physical therapist

1.2. Allied Health care professionals

1.2.1. Physical therapist

1.2.2. Radiologist

1.3. Nursing staff

1.3.1. RSN

1.3.2. RPN

2. Unit #2 Care Units

2.1. Medical

2.1.1. Fracture

2.1.2. Arthroplasty

2.2. Surgical

2.2.1. Knee replacement

2.2.2. Ankle repair

2.2.3. Spinal surgeries

3. Unit#3 Communications

3.1. Communication Board

3.1.1. Communication Centre

3.1.2. Patient Rooms

3.2. Patient information tracking system

3.3. Call Bells

4. Unit#4 Risk Management

4.1. Post-operative infection control

4.2. Code White: Post-Op Confusion

4.3. Code blue: Cardiac arrest

4.4. Code Yellow: Missing Patient

5. Unit#5 Medication Categories

5.1. Antibiotics

5.1.1. Amoxicillin

5.1.2. Cephalexin

5.2. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

5.2.1. Advil

5.2.2. Aspirin

5.3. Muscle relaxants

5.3.1. Metaxalone

5.3.2. Diazepam

6. Unit#6 Transcription Reports

6.1. X-Rays, MRI

6.2. Operative Note

6.3. Doctor's prescription

6.4. Discharge Summary

7. Unit#7 Admission, Transfer, and Discharge

7.1. Surgical department

7.1.1. After diagnosis patient referred to surgical department

7.2. Outpatient department

7.2.1. Before surgery first visit in hospital

7.3. Support on Discharge

7.3.1. Home care

7.3.2. Routine exercise

7.3.3. Medication as per order

7.3.4. Follow up: X-ray and MRI

8. References:

8.1. Mayo Clinic - Mayo Clinic