Trach patient in SNF? | allnurses

Trach patient in SNF?

  1. 0 I was just wondering if it's okay to have a patient with a trach in SNF due to no beds being available in a subacute unit. Any input?
  2. Visit  LTC-Nurse profile page

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    LTC-Nurse has '4' year(s) of experience. From 'Riverside, California'; 39 Years Old; Joined Feb '11; Posts: 5; Likes: 1.

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  3. Visit  tewdles profile page
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    Depends upon the facility...
  4. Visit  GreyGull profile page
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    Depends on the facility. We generally bump our patients to a SNF with their trach from the Subacute once the ventilator is weaned. Or they might go to a Rehab that takes trachs depending on their PT tolerance hours.
  5. Visit  Nursebarebari profile page
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    My first job as a nurse in NYwas in a nursing home. We had one big unit just for pulmonary patients, 24 ventilator beds, and the rest were for trach collar and other copd patients. Hope this help.
  6. Visit  dmc_rrt profile page
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    Cuffless, trached pt's should be able to go to any floor or facility, as long as proper education has been given to the staff.


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