Ambulatory Sedation Assessment Flow Sheet Flow Sheet by alicejenny

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Ambulatory Sedation Assessment & Flow Sheet
Sedation Order


Physician Signature                 Date/Time

Flow Sheet
TimeSA02PulseRespB/PColorMedication
                                                               and RouteRN   InitialComments




Time Study Completed
PSDS Criteria For Outpatients
TIMERespiratory
             Status:
2=Spontaneous unassisted respirations
0=Assisted respirations
    (chin support, oxygen,
etc.)Level
        Of Consciousness:
2=Awake and oriented to name and/or age
for child over 3 years
2=Awake and activity appropriate for age if
child under 3 years of age (as pre-sedation)
1=Lethargic but arousable
0=Non-arousableVital
       Signs
2=VS within 20% of pre-sedation value
1=VS within 20-30% of pre-sedation vahie
0=VS variance greater than plus/minus 30%
valueVomiting
of pre-sedation

2=No vomiting
1=Vomiting more than 2 times
0=Persistent vomiting,
medication(Minimum requiring
           Score 6/No Zero's)
                               TOTAL
Discharge Instructions To:

Verbalized Understanding           O Yes

Progress Note



Discharge Date/Time

Via:       O Wheelchair O Ambulatory O Carried

Signature(s)                                                        R.N.

Initials




                                       GUIDELINE
                               PROCEDURE                  SEDATION NUCLEAR
                                               FORPEDIATRIC      IN             •
                                                                         MEDICINE Mandali et al.   1643
                   ANNOUNCEMENTS
  1998-1999FELLOWSHIP
             PHARMA/SNM
        DUPONT                  PROGRAM
                       FELLOWSHIP      FOR
                   INNUCLEAR ARDIOLOGY
            RESEARCH        C
   The Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) Awards Committee is pleased to announce that a fellowship for
                                   $20,000 is available for July 1, 1998.

The objective of this fellowship is to (1) Encourage physicians to enter the field of Nuclear Cardiology and (2)
Support clinical research in one of the following applications for gated SPECT, heart failure, risk stratification
    in CAD or CAD in women. Funds can be used to support the research and/or salary of the investigator.
   Preference will be given to those new to the field of nuclear cardiology. The fellowship recipient will be
announced at the next SNM Annual Meeting, June, 1998 in Toronto Canada. Application deadline: 1/15/1998.

                               For more information and an application contact:
                            Society of Nuclear Medicine, SNM Awards Committee,
                              1850 Samuel Morse Drive, Reston, VA 20190-5316
                                   Phone: 703-708-9000 Fax: 703-708-9015



       M              FELLOWSHIP
 ANNUAL ALLINCKRODT/SNM        PROGRAM FOR
         A     DEVELOPMENT
  RESEARCH ND/OR                 M
                         INNUCLEAR EDICINE
  Mallinckrodt Inc. is pleased to announce the Annual Fellowship of $20,000 for a physician fellow active in
                 nuclear medicine research and/or development is available for July 1, 1998.

The award is to further a research project involving the development of single-photon radiopharmaceuticals or
beta emitters to be used in nuclear medicine oncology. Applicants are asked to submit their curriculum vitae, a
    detailed account of their research project (including prior accomplishments pertaining to the project), two
letters supporting the application and future plans. The fellowship recipient will be announced at the next SNM
                 Annual Meeting, June, 1998 in Toronto Canada. Application deadline: 1/15/98.

                               For more information and an application contact:
                            Society of Nuclear Medicine, SNM Awards Committee,
                              1850 Samuel Morse Drive, Reston, VA 20190-5316
                                   Phone: 703-708-9000 Fax: 703-708-9015



              PHARMA/SNM
         DUPONT                  PROGRAM
                        FELLOWSHIP     FOR
                     INNUCLEAR NCOLOGY
              RESEARCH       O
   The Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) Awards Committee is pleased to announce that a fellowship for
                                   $10,000 is available for July 1, 1998.

 The objective of this fellowship is to (1) Encourage physicians to enter the field of Nuclear Oncology and (2)
    Support clinical research in the area of Technetium Tc 99m labeled compounds for breast imaging as a
  complement to mammography. Funds can be used to support the research and/or salary of the investigator
   Preference will be given to those new to the field of Nuclear Oncology. The fellowship recipient will be
announced at the next SNM Annual Meeting, June, 1998 in Toronto Canada. Application deadline: 1/15/1998

                                For more information and an application contact:
                             Society of Nuclear Medicine, SNM Awards Committee,
                               1850 Samuel Morse Drive, Reston, VA 20190-5316
                                    Phone: 703-708-9000 Fax: 703-708-9015
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Paul flßbersnld
Applications are invited for the 1998 Paul C. Aebersold
Award for outstanding achievement in basic science
applied to Nuclear Medicine. This award commemo
rates the contributions of Dr. Paul Clarence Aebersold
to the applications of nuclear physics to Nuclear Medi
cine and radiation biology, as well as his contributions to
the Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM). Dr. Aebersold
contributed greatly to the emergence of Nuclear Medi
cine as a discipline by his energetic leadership in the pro
vision of cyclotron-generated and reactor-produced
radionu elides, and by his numerous publications and lec
tures. In giving this award, the Society thus symbolically
signifies its appreciation of the warm and vital person
who became the Society's first Honorary Member.

Nominations should be supported by the nominee's cur
riculum vitae and at least two letters supporting the
nomination. These letters should briefly describe the
contributions in basic science for which the nominee is
proposed. The nominee does not need to be a SNM
member.

Nominations deadline: December 31, 1997. Please sub
mit nominations and supporting documents to William J.
Maclntyre, Ph.D., c/o Society of Nuclear Medicine,
1850 Samuel Morse Drive, Reston, Virginia 20190-
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