PCT / CNA Report Sheet For 4 Patients (Landscape)
For busy PCTs, CNAs, or PCAs who are looking for an already made report sheet, this is for you.
The report sheet has space at the very top for patient identification information.
- Patient Name
- Code Status
- Activity Level
- Room Number
In the middle are slots for your q4 vital signs (perfect for 8-hour or 12-hour shifts). To the right is a generous area to take extra notes.
Last but certainly not least is an area at the bottom for the name of your nurse and the diet of the patient.
Download includes the PDF (1 page) file.
*Please note this is a digital download. It will be EMAILED to you after purchase.
*You will NOT receive a physical item in the mail.
*This is for your own personal use, you are not allowed to redistribute or share this nurse report sheet in any way.
*Due to the nature of digital products there are NO refunds.
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Please Note: What you’ll be paying for are digital products. We won’t be shipping you any item. All you have to do is download the printable. Easy Peasy.
All printables are password-protected and subject to copyright. You can not change, recreate, manipulate, edit, or alter the printables.
Below are download instructions that should work for most. Please go here for more detailed download instructions.
We send all files in the PDF format for ease of use and printing.
How to open pdf files:
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Some of our products will be sent as a Zip file. We use Zip files for large files because it allows us to compress the data (make it smaller). The end result is that it makes downloading the file a lot faster and easier for you. Here’s how to unzip it:
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We recommend not downloading these on mobile devices (we’ve tried to set them to not download on mobile). You can buy them on mobile and then download them on a laptop or desktop later.
If you try to download it on mobile and it works for you, here’s what you should know.
Many mobile devices will have an app pre-installed that can unzip Zip files and allow you to access the PDF inside. If that’s not the case for you, try searching in the AppStore (Apple) or Google Play Store (Android) by typing in “Zip file,” and you’ll get options of apps you can use. A good free one is an app called “FileExplorer Free.”
Another option is that some phones will have the ability built-in, so you can also try a long hold on the zip file and click on “Extract” to unzip the file.
Download the zip file. Right-click on the file and select “extract all.” For most, a window will open up asking you where you want the unzipped file to go. Select the destination. Leave “show extracted files when complete” checked and hit the “extract” button.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why can’t I find the downloaded file?
Check your “Downloads” folder or search for the file’s title on your computer.
Please understand that technology can vary greatly, and for those reasons we’re not able to provide any technical support at this time.