The Care of a Patient with Unstable Angina The simulation presented and analyzed in this paper is the care of a patient with unstable angina. Reflective nursing practice as an ongoing process used by nurses to assess their strengths, to examine their practices and to recognize areas of improvement in providing patient care (Registered Nurses of Ontario, 2002). The purpose of this paper is to discuss a reflection on the absence of two key issues in the care provided to a patient with unstable angina. The two issues discussed are lack of adherence to the guidelines for managing unstable angina and the lack of teamwork during the simulation. Body Mrs. Smith is a 66 year old diabetic with poor glycemic control and a history of mild CHF...The end:
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