Nursing Care Plans book.
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Published May 6, 1980 by John Wiley and Sons Ltd. There's no description for this book yet.
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The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing Nursing Care Plans - The Nursing Process at. .The book is divided into four sections. Section 1 is an introduction to care planning.
The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing Nursing Care Plans - The Nursing Process at Work by Jennifer M. Hung and Diane J. Marks-Maran. John Wiley & Sons, New York. Section 2 describes in detail the full stages of the nursing process - what to assess and why, writing a nursing diagnosis, setting goals that are patient centered, coordinating and communicating care needed, and documentation of care given.
A nursing care plan provides direction on the type of nursing care the mmunity may need. The main focus of a nursing care plan is to facilitate standardised, evidence-based and holistic care. Nursing care plans have been used for quite a number of years for human purposes and are now also getting used in the veterinary profession. A care plan includes the following components: assessment, diagnosis, expected outcomes, interventions, rationale and evaluation.
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Through the nursing process philosophy care plans were written for patients. The nursing care plan has four main outcomes. Hunt, J. Marks-Maran, D. J. (1986) Nursing care plans: the nursing process at work. It was understood that this relationship would ensure the patient received the best care possible to suit them individually. This would consist of not just the patient as a physical being but their spiritual emotional and holistic being also (Cutler, 2010). It must include an assessment of the patient and their specific needs; a plan of action which must be implemented and evaluated. London:H M + M publishers.
Nursing care planning of a patient with a fracture, whether in a cast or in traction, is based upon prevention of complications during healing. By performing an accurate nursing assessment on a regular basis, the nursing staff can manage the patient’s pain and prevent complications. On emergency trauma care basic include triage, assessment and maintaining airway, breathing, and circulation, protecting the cervical spine and assessing the level of consciousness. Here are eleven (11) nursing care plans (NCP) and nursing diagnosis (NDx) for fracture: Risk for Trauma: Falls.