Download and Print Caregiver Information Here

If you are looking for caregiver information to download and print for future reference, you've come to the right place. Simply click any of the links below to view, download, and print the content. PDF is the format used. Note that some of the information provided is from other sources.

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Bladder scanner instructions (pdf)

Caregiver resume example (pdf)

Chlorhexidine (CHG) bed bath instructions (pdf)

Chlorhexidine (CHG) shower instructions (pdf)

CIWA-Ar chart (pdf)

Dementia / Alzheimer's disease patient questionnaire (pdf)

Glasgow coma scale chart (pdf)

Incentive spirometer instructions (pdf)

Manual blood pressure (pdf)

Medical conversions list (pdf)

MEWS score chart (pdf)

Normal lab values ​​list (pdf)

Nurse report checklist (pdf)

Post mortem care steps (pdf)

Turn clock (pdf)

Waste management list (pdf)

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Post Mortem Care Explained Step by Step
Modified Early Warning Score (MEWS) Chart
CIWA-Ar Chart
Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) Chart
Bladder Scanner Instructions
How to take a Chlorhexidine (CHG) Shower
How to give a Chlorhexidine (CHG) Bed Bath
Nurse Report Checklist
Waste Management List
Medical Conversions List
Caregiver Resume Example
Turn Clock Repositioning Tool
How to check a manual blood pressure
Alzheimer's/Dementia Patient Questionnaire
How to fold a washcloth: The leaves method
Spine Anatomy
5 Lead Heart Monitor Placement by Color
Heart Sound Locations with a Stethoscope
Lung Sound Locations with a Stethoscope
Bowel Sound Locations with a Stethoscope

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