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When I did my internship with the Infectious Diseases Hospital, Respiratory Medicine Department, every day started by monitoring the blood pressure, temperature and blood sugars of every patients. Next, I would check the treatment prescribed by the doctor and written in their observation sheets, identify every medicine and the way to give it to the patient. I would, then, go to every patient and make sure they take their medication orally, through their veins or by inhaling a certain spray. When we had a new patient, I would accompany him to the hospitals' wardrobe to change the clothes, then, I would extract blood for his blood tests and, then, take the patient to his room, according to his medical condition. My role also involved coming up with the care plan for every patient, bringing the right medication from the hospitals pharmacy as well as explaining the whole process to the patient, communicating with him, making his stay easier and more relaxed.
While doing my internship with the Military Hospital in Galati, my activity was in the Check in/Check out patients Department. Here, i had a friendly attitude towards our patients who were checking into the hospital and i filled in their observation sheets( medical documents which accompany the patients throughout their stay in the hospital). Afterwards, I shows them to the right department and left them with the head nurse. I, would, then put al the information into our computerised system. Another role i had there was to make sure all the documents were properly archived once the patient left the hospital, making it easy to find if the patient will return, keeping his medical history intact.
The next internship was with the General Medicine Department of the "CFR" Hospital in Galati, Romania. Here, I helped patients to maintain or regain their health by administrating their daily medication, as the doctor prescribed. This way, I helped them swallow pills or through injections: in veins, muscles; I applied perfusions, while observing the patients and the effects of the medication on them. Important components of my internship here were: monitoring their vitals, daily hygiene of the patients in need of assistance, coming up with the nursing plan for every one of the patients, help counsel them and being present at every medical exam, work or investigation.
During my internship with the Care Home for Elderly People in Galati, Romania, my main concern was giving special attention and care to each and every one of the residents, a continuous activity towards health and recovery. My daily role was to supervise their vitals, such as: blood pressure, pulse, breath, temperature; extract blood for their blood tests, as well as collecting urine and faeces samples. I also, helped patients with their personal needs: to exercise, to move around, to unproved posture, help them dress, undress and bathe, keep them clean and tidy, make sure they have plenty to eat, drink and rest. The residents were always my main concern, a good part of my time there being spend worrying about their problems, needs, expectations, about their lives, helping them relax and enjoy themselves. Another important aspect of my job here was to make sure all the residents got plenty of exercise, and for those who were bed-bound, turning them every 2 hours to prevent pressure sores.