The sign presented by the Ms Dhu indicates the presence of infection but a temperature check was not taken by the nurse. The patient’s chest X-ray was also not taken that can help to predict the presence of pneumonia. The triage nurse also does not use pain score to understand the intensity of the pain and explained that she is unable to answer the pain intensity. The increased pulse observed by the nurse indicates the presence of tachycardia but nurse ignores by indicating it to be withdrawal symptoms instead of examining the situation. Moreover, the lack of hospital resources which include thermometer decrease the chances to measure temperature stated by the nurse. The case represents the negligence from the administrative staff in ensuring care for the Aboriginal patient. The nurses are expected to reduce the health care discrimination to the Indigenous individual as they are the equal part of the population and they should get the equal health care facility (Wylie & McConkey, 2018).
Wylie, L., & McConkey, S. (2018). Insiders’ insight: Discrimination against Indigenous Peoples through the eyes of health care professionals. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparitie, 6, 37-45. DOI:10.1007/s40615-018-0495-9
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