"Family Nursing Care Plan" Essays and Research Papers

  • Family Nursing Care Plan

    Family Health Problem | Family Nursing Problem | Goal of Care | Objective of Care | Nursing Intervention | Method of Family Contact | Resources Required | 1. Malnutrition as health deficit. | Inability to recognize the presence of malnutrition due to lack of knowledge. | After the intervention, the family will be able to recognize the problem. | After the nursing Intervention, the family will be able to plan and prepare balanced meals within the family’s budget.After the intervention, the family...

    Family, Health, Health care 1080  Words | 3  Pages

  • family nursing care plan

     FAMILY NURSING CARE PLAN BY: LADY VI G. BINAG N2B. 20132103970 REFERENCES: scribd.com http://rnspeak.com/ Google Images NURSE’s POCKET GUIDE by Doenges, Moorhouse, Murr Maglaya Book (google) Name of Client: J. Lacro Occupation: Housewife FAMILY NURSING CARE PLAN Health Problem Family Nursing Probem Goal of Care Objectives of Care Intervention Rationale Methods of Nurse...

    Cleanliness, Hand washing, Health 494  Words | 3  Pages

  • Family Nursing Plan of Care

    Family Nursing Plan of Care NUR/405 September 6, 2010 Sybil Beth Meadows, RN, MSN, NCSN CERTIFICATE OF ORIGINALITY: I certify that the attached paper is my original work and has not previously been submitted by me or anyone else for any class. I further declare I have cited all sources from which I used language, ideas, and information, whether quoted verbatim or paraphrased, and that any assistance of any kind, which I received while producing this paper, has been acknowledged...

    Body mass index, Family, Health 1248  Words | 4  Pages

  • nursing care plan

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    Assessment, Medical record, Medicine 704  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan

    Nursing Critique Since the early 1900’s nurses have been trying to improve and individualise patient care. In the 1970s this became more structured when the nursing process was introduced by the general nursing council (GNC), (Lloyd, Hancock & Campbell, 2007) .By doing this their intentions were to try and understand the patient in order to give them the best care possible (Cronin & Anderson, 2003). Through the nursing process philosophy care plans were written for patients. It was understood...

    Narcolepsy, Nursing, Nursing care plan 1803  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan

    Nursing Care Plan Assessment equals Data Collection + Analysis | Nursing Diagnosis – Actual/Potential | Nursing Goal(SMART) | Nursing Interventions/ActionsInclude Rationale/Reference | Evaluation | Female Age : 85Code status: Full Code initially but changed to DNR on 14/Jan-2012Primary diagnosis: PancytopeniaReason for Hospital Admission: Fall at home. Allergy: PenicillinMedical History: Pacemaker, Hypertension, Fall at home, Bradycardia, Hyperlipidemia.Neurological: Alert, Oriented x 4.Diet...

    Exercise, Muscle, Nursing 1318  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Theory Plan of Care

    Nursing Theory Plan of Care Theoretical Foundations of Practice NUR/513 March 05, 2012 Nursing Theory Plan of Care Ida Orlando literally wrote the book on the function of nursing. Her theory of the deliberative nursing process outlines a dynamic nurse-patient relationship in which the nurse uses his or her senses of perception together with deliberate actions to create an individualized care plan for each patient. Results of current research on the application of her theory follow...

    Hypertension, Nursing, Nursing care plan 2109  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan CC

    Running Head: NURSE CARE PLAN EXERCISE Nurse Care Plan Exercise School of Nursing NURSING DIAGNOSIS (ACTUAL) 75-year old female Assessment: Subj cues: Usual pattern 1 movement/day. States she goes 1-2 days w/out movement as a result used laxative. Has difficulty drinking 6-8 glasses of H2O a day. Green leafy vegetables are a challenge due to poorly-fitted dentures. Has Hyperacidity and bloating. Obj cues: There are no objective cues. NURSING DIAGNOSIS (ACTUAL)...

    Constipation, Family, Laxative 1086  Words | 10  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan Abaquin

    NURSING CARE PLAN CARMENCITA ABAQUIN’S SELF-PREPARATION THEORY ASSESSMENT NURSING DIAGNOSIS INFERENCE PLANNING INTERVENTION RATIONALE EVALUATION Subjective: Connection to self Express desire for enhanced acceptance; coping courage; forgiveness of self; hope;joy;love; meaning/purpose in life; satisfying philosophy of life; surrender Express lack of serenity Meditation Connection with Others Request interactions with significant others/spiritual leaders Requests forgiveness of others ...

    Life, Meaning of life, Nursing 668  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan: Teaching

    NURSING CARE PLAN: Teaching Pt history: Pt is a 76 year old female with a history of two CVA’s (most current CVA in the L middle cerebral artery), Atrial fibrillation with mitral valve replacement, total knee replacement, hip replacement, cholecystectomy, hysterectomy, appendectomy, hemorrhoids, arthritis, gout NURSING DIAGNOSIS: Ineffective Self Health management r/t lack of knowledge of chronic pain management aeb. patient relates consistent pain at a 5-9 on a scale of 0-10 ten being worst, statement...

    Chronic pain, Education, Nurse 1037  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan

    CASE STUDY IN NCM-103 (CARE OF CLIENTS WITH PROBLEMS IN OXYGENATION, FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE BALANCE, NUTRITION AND METABOLISM AND ENDOCRINE) Submitted to : Mr. Darren N. Constantino Submitted by : Olive Keithy Ascaño CASE STUDY 1 1. a. The possible fluid and electrolyte imbalances that the 78-year-old woman may experience are hyponatremia, hypokalemia and hyperkalemia because of nausea and vomiting that are common in these imbalances. b. The following interventions are...

    Chronic kidney disease, Dialysis, Hypertension 1167  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan

    Nursing care plan Name of client: Miss Ng Sex: F Date of assessment: 31/10/2014 Medical diagnosis: Caesarian section Diagnostic statement: Impaired comfort related to tissue trauma and reflex muscle spasms secondary to surgery as evidenced by vomiting Assessment Nursing diagnosis Goals & expected outcome Nursing interventions Rationales Method of evaluation Subjective data: 1. Patient reported of abdominal pain. 2. Elevated scoring of 8/10 of pain score Objective data: 1. Restlessness 2. Facial...

    Breastfeeding, Childbirth, Goal 627  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan

    This assignment aims to implement a hypothetical nursing care plan for a patient that I been involved with recently whist on clinical placement. I have used a published nursing model in order for me to apply an appropriate nursing care plan for my chosen patient. I will explain my reasoning for the purposed care, whilst also including an explanation of how pathophysiology contributes to the patient experience. In accordance with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC 2008) and the Data Protection...

    Bone fracture, Femur, Hip fracture 868  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan

    Nursing Care Plan Client name: Mrs. Chan Age/ sex: 48/F Medical diagnosis: Fluid overload, decreased TK output and decreased Hb Assessment date: 25-11-2012 Diagnostic statement (PES): Excess fluid volume related to compromised regulatory mechanism secondary to end-stage renal failure as evidence by peripheral edema and patient’s weight gained from 69.8kg to 73.6kg within 4 days. Assessment Nursing Diagnosis Goals & Expected Outcomes Nursing Interventions ...

    Hypervolemia, Ibuprofen, Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug 1083  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan and Specimens

    Analysis and Action Plan: Adams 5, Inpatient Rehab Unit Savetria Nicole Palmer Walden University NURS 2006 Section 13, Topics in Clinical Nursing September 21, 2014 Quality is a broad term that encompasses various aspects of nursing care (Montolvo, 2007). The National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators [NDNQI] is the only national nursing database that provides quarterly and annual reporting of structure, process, and outcome indicators to evaluate nursing care at the unit level (Montolvo...

    Best practice, Hospital, Hospital accreditation 886  Words | 6  Pages

  • Mi Nursing Care Plan

    X Nursing Care Plan |Assessment |Diagnosis |Planning |Intervention |Rationale |Evaluation | | | | | | | | |Subjective: “nahihirapan siyang |Activity intolerance related to |Within the...

    Blood, Cardiac muscle, Heart 400  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan

    Assessment | Nursing Diagnosis | Goals & Expected outcomes | Nursing Interventions | Rationales | Methods of Evaluation | Name of client: Mrs. Tam Age: 65 Sex: Female Student ID:1155016494 Assessment date: 29/11/12 Medical Diagnosis: 1. Lower limbs edema 2. Low albumin level 3. hypokalemia and hypocalcaemia 4. Anemia Nursing Diagnosis: Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements related to vomiting after eating as evidenced by food intake less than the recommended daily...

    Albumin, Dehydration, Human serum albumin 1414  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan: Terminal Illness and End-of-Life

    Nursing Care Plan: Terminal Illness and End-of-Life Lisa White Western Governors University Community and Population Health SZT 2 September 07, 2013 Nursing Care Plan: Terminal Illness and End-of-Life Personal Perceptions Quality of life is an individual concept that is different for each person. Personal perception of quality of life may differ from the reality of one’s life. My perception of quality of life and health promotion include a close relationship with spouse and family...

    Family, Hospice, Nursing 1639  Words | 5  Pages

  • Care Plan

    the client's level of well being. In the case of a terminally ill patient, it is important to help facilitate a high quality of life that encompasses both physical and psychological health. I would recommend initiating palliative care for Mrs. Thomas. Palliative care would allow the client to receive a combined and holistic approach for medications, equipment, counseling, and symptom treatment all fascinated through one program. The community health nurse needs to be careful not to impose ones...

    Hospice, Nursing, Nursing care plan 1664  Words | 10  Pages

  • Care plan

    Indiana Nursing Program – Region 6 Nursing Care Plan and Evaluation Student: __ Instructor: _Date: _1-28-2010_____ Instructions: 1. The nursing care plan evaluation is based upon the application of criteria appropriate for the student’s skill set. 2. All nursing care plans must be typed (Times New Roman, 12 point font). The nursing care plan form is available on Blackboard™ in each clinical course. 3. The grading rubric must be attached – last page of nursing care plan. 4. All...

    Health care, Health care provider, Hydromorphone 949  Words | 6  Pages

  • Care Plan

    assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of a patients care within the service. Doing this came with responsibility that I had not had in previous placements. My preceptor had explained to me the process involved in care planning for a patient on the unit, the doctor will do the majority of the assessment, the nurse carries out the risk assessment and completes Roper Logan and Tierney nursing assessment which is the nursing model used by the Louth/Meath services. The nurse also carries...

    Nursing, Nursing care plan, Nursing process 2296  Words | 6  Pages

  • Family Nursing Diagnoses

    Family Nursing Diagnoses Marsha Ruckle Healthy Communities: Theory and Practice/405 November 19, 12 Helen Woolf Family Nursing Diagnoses Conducting a family assessment is a challenging and important step in the care of the client. It is essential to identify problems and situations inhibiting a family from practicing healthy behaviors and developing healthy habits...

    Family, Health, Health care 1688  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hospice Care Plan

     Hospice Care Plan Walden University Hospice Care Plan Mrs. Thomas has a history of breast cancer and is status post bilateral mastectomies with subsequent radiation and chemotherapy treatments. She has recently been diagnosed with lung metastasis and further treatment is not recommended by her physician and due to a poor prognosis he is recommending palliative care. Mrs. Thomas has been spending most of her days in her bed crying. She has had very little contact...

    Death, Health care, Hospice 2003  Words | 6  Pages

  • Care Plan

    Medical Diagnosis: sickle cell anemia with vaso-occlusive crisis Nursing Diagnosis List 1. Impaired Comfort related to sickle cell anemia as evidenced by acute vaso-occlusive crisis. The patient’s pain should take precedence as the nursing diagnosis, because it is in all-encompassing factor that affects the client’s ability to function within the other areas of Maslow’s hierarchy of physiological needs, such as breathing and sleeping. The pain from the vaso-occlusion makes it difficult for the...

    Chemotherapy, Immune system, Morphine 683  Words | 3  Pages

  • care plan

    LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE Associate Degree Nursing Program STUDENT NAME: America Escobedo Client Initials: NURSING COURSE: 323 Client’s Secondary Roles: : Husband, father Primary Role: DDP NURSING PROCESS Nursing Care Plan Maturation Stage: The Generative Adult Tertiary Roles: reading, watching T.V Developmental Tasks: 1. Maintaining established economic standard and quality of living. 2. Likes to read for leisure time activities 3. Likes to assist children with growth...

    Abdomen, Nursing, Nursing care plan 409  Words | 1  Pages

  • We Should Not Put Our Families in Nursing Homes

    our families in nursing home Purpose To persuade my audience why they should not put their family members in a nursing home. Introduction Do you have a disable or elderly family member that can not do for themselves? We as people need to think about where we place our family members as far as nursing homes and facilities. Many of you may not have any disable family members...

    Care of residents, Geriatrics, Healthcare occupations 1007  Words | 3  Pages

  • Patient Care Plan For R

     NURSING DIAGNOSIS (in priority order) PATIENT-CENTERED GOALS NURSING INTERVENTION RATIONALE EVALUATION Risk for hypovolemia related to excessive fluid loss secondary to caesarean section as evidenced by: Subjective Data: Patient states: “I feel lightheaded and weak.” Objective Data: Elevated pulse (97), blood loss from C-section of 704 mL, low hemoglobin (8.1) and hematocrit levels (24.7). (Before C-section, her hemoglobin levels were 13.1, her hematocrit levels 36). Short Term...

    Caesarean section, Childbirth, Goal 522  Words | 2  Pages

  • Psychiatric Clinical Nursing Assessment and Care Plan

    Psychiatric Clinical Nursing Assessment Jennifer Stokes Daytona State College Directions: Please assess your client and place an X in the appropriate box to represent level of severity of each symptom. Patient Initials | EM | Physician | Dr. Singh | Date | 08/07/2013 | | Not Present | Very Mild | Mild | Moderate | Moderately Severe | Severe | Extremely Severe | SOMATIC CONCERNS – preoccupation with physical health, fear of physical illness, hypochondriasis | ☐ | ☐ | ☒ | ☐ | ☐ | ☐ | ☐...

    Antipsychotic, Body dysmorphic disorder, Nursing 2448  Words | 7  Pages

  • Family Nursing Care Plan

    Family Nursing Care Plan Problem # 1: (Poor Personal Hygiene): Cues | Analysis | Objectives | Nursing Intervention | Rationale | Method of Contact | ResourcesRequired | ExpectedOutcome | Subjective:“Ayaw nilang lagging maglilinis ng katawan” as verbalized by the motherObjective:-Dirty and uncut nails- Uncombed hair- Not properly groomed | Inability of the family members to recognized the problem due to lack of knowledge- Inability to take appropriate actions to solve the health problem due to...

    Bathing, Garbage disposal, Health 598  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan for Impaired Social Interaction

    NURSING CARE PLAN FOR IMPAIRED SOCIAL INTERACTION ASSESSMENT |NURSING DIAGNOSIS |SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS |GOAL |INTERVENTIONS |RATIONALE |EVALUATION | |Objectives: - Don’t like to mingle with others. - When talked to, he always looked at different directions. - Isolate him from others. - Does not participate in ward activities. Subjective: “Ayoko sa kanila makihalubilo minsan kasi pakiramdam ko sasaktan nila ako at pinagtritripan.” |Impaired Social Interaction related to social...

    Interaction, Nursing, Nursing care plan 471  Words | 3  Pages

  • Discussion of a Care Plan

    importance of a detailed and accurate care plan and the importance of ensuring that it is focused on the client. The NMC guidelines (2008) state the importance of professional values including patient confidentiality, and for this reason I will not be disclosing the clients name, the trust in which I was working or the placement name. I have gained consent from the client for the use of this essay; this ensures that I have maintained a professional standard of care and respect for my client which is...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 2266  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Care Plan, Unicondylar Knee Arthroplasty

    PENN STATE ALTOONA Second Degree BS Program in Nursing NURS 301 Nursing Care Plan Format Student Name Date PRIORITY # ________ |Nursing Diagnosis |Nursing Interventions |Scientific Rationale |Evaluation | | | | ...

    Constipation, Lung, Nursing 545  Words | 4  Pages

  • Family

    FAMILY HEALTH CARE The family is the basic unit of care in community health nursing. It is an important social structure needed for reproduction and socialization. A family refers to a number of persons joined together by bonds of marriage, blood or adoption (Burgess, 1963). Freeman (1992) defined family as two or more persons who are joined together by bonds sharing emotional closeness and who identify themselves as being part of the family. REASONS FOR HAVING THE FAMILY AS THE UNIT...

    Family, Health, Health care 1431  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nursing Care Study

    This assignment will present a nursing care study of a patient on a cardiac ward. The patient will be referred to as Ann to maintain confidentiality (NMC, 2008). Ann’s consent was gained prior to starting this care study. The care study will be developed using the Nursing process and the Roper, Logan and Tierney model. These will both be outlined. The assignment will focus on the assessment process and one problem identified during the assessment and the nursing care which followed this. I was placed...

    Atherosclerosis, Cardiology, Heart failure 2061  Words | 6  Pages

  • Care Plan

    Camden County College Nursing Care Plan Student: Date:9/16/2103 Pt. Data Objective & Subjective Nursing Diagnoses Goals (Short & long term Interventions & Rationale Pt. Teaching Eval. Subjective Data Patient states “I am afraid all the steroids are going to make me fat.” And was crying Patient was asking questions about covering the butterfly rash. Patient showed concern about swelled hand. She stated she did not want to look “crippled. “ Objective Data ...

    Denial, Flare, Food guide pyramid 370  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Nursing

    occur. Public health nursing is a specialized form of registered nursing that combines nursing and public health principles. According to the American Public Health Association, the primary focus of public health nursing is improving the health of the community as a whole rather than just that of an individual or family. Public health nursing is sometimes called a type of community health nursing. Some experts use the terms "public health nursing" and "community health nursing" interchangeably. Public...

    Health, Health care, Health economics 611  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Process

    The nursing process: A help or a hindrance to contemporary nursing practice. Introduction. The nursing process is the core for the nursing care plan and enables one to think like a nurse. It was based on the theory developed by Ida Jean Orlanda in 1950’s where she observed good and bad nursing practices (Faust, 2002). The nursing process is important as it is a systematic problem solving approach which involves the partnership with both the patient and their family. It serves as an important...

    Nurse, Nursing, Nursing care plan 1559  Words | 5  Pages

  • Clinical Nursing

     Clinical Theory Introduction Nurses utilize multiple theories daily to care for patients and their families, though these theories range from grand, to situation-specific, to mid-range the nurse tends to focuses on which theory will provide the best care to his/her patient. Perhaps in my opinion mid-range theories with their growing frequency of use are best suited for nursing in the 21st century. Mid-range theories are said to be middle rather than ordinary but they are specific...

    Family, Health, Health care 1150  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hill Incontinence Care Plan

    Ackley: Nursing Diagnosis Handbook, 10th Edition Clinical Reasoning and Critical Thinking: Use of the Nursing Process Case Study - Mrs. Hill (Incontinence) Case Studies Case Scenario “Oh, this is awful,” Jenny muttered to herself. She was sitting on the toilet with a pair of very wet panties and slacks around her ankles. Jenny never knew when it would hit―this need to urinate quickly. She would find herself running to the bathroom like a woman possessed and then usually not making...

    Nursing, Nursing care plan, Urethra 1702  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nursing Process

    The nursing process is described as being an individualised problem solving approach in which patients receive nursing care. The nursing process consists of four distinct phases, each having a discreet role in the process, theses phases of the process are: assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation. (Oxford Dictionary of Nursing 2003) It is important that the four stages of the process from assessment to evaluation are carried out sequentially because each phase follows logically from...

    Assessment, Florence Nightingale, Illness 1542  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Process

    principles of each element of The Nursing process help the nurse to achieve holistic patient care’. The nursing process is used by nurses every day to help patients improve their health and assist doctors in treating patients. Nursing requires the use of this process day in and day out. It is a form of problem solving. The nursing process is made up of a series of stages that are used to achieve the objective - the health improvement of the patient. The nursing process can stop at any stage as deemed...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1439  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

    |Jean Watson's Philosophy of Nursing | |This page was last updated on January 26, 2012 | |[pic] | |Introduction | |Theorist - Jean Watson was born in West Virginia, US | |Educated: BSN, University of Colorado, 1964...

    Health, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nurse 1681  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nursing Theories

    NURSING THEORIES FOR PSYCHIATRIC NURSING 1. Sister Callista Roy’s Adaptation Model of Nursing in 1976 This model comprises the four domain concepts of person, health, environment, and nursing and involves a six step nursing process. Andrews & Roy (1991) state that the person can be a representation of an individual or a group of individuals. Roy's models sees the person as "a biopsychosocial being in constant interaction with a changing environment" (Rambo, 1984). The person is an open...

    Mental health, Mental health professional, Nurse 1355  Words | 5  Pages

  • NUR542 Family Values

     Family Values Lindsay Heller NUR/542 Dynamics of Family Systems January 25, 2015 Tracy Kramer RNC FNP Family Values Family values are the basis for a great many decisions, especially those that may affect one’s health and the health of their family. A family’s system, support, resources and perceptions have considerable influence over health outcomes and adaptations to changes. Nurses must...

    Family, Family therapy, Health 1028  Words | 5  Pages

  • nursing process writing assignment

    and Diagnosis Components of the Nursing Process Aldecia Blackwood ITT Technical Institute ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS COMPONENTS Abstract The nursing process is an organized critical thinking system used by professional nurses to give the best optimal care to clients. “It is very similar to the steps used in scientific reasoning and problem solving.” (Ackley and Ladwig, 2014:2). It contains five steps; Assessment, Diagnosis, plan, implementation of care, and evaluation. Assessment is...

    Critical thinking, Evaluation, Florence Nightingale 688  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Process

     The Nursing Process Name: Institutional affiliation: The Nursing Process Steps and their Definitions The nursing process is a comprehensive, holistic five-step process that helps registered nurses to become united by a common thread in their patient care practices (ANA, 2014). The tool was developed to maintain consistency and efficacy in the nursing sector of healthcare. The process is the nurse’s core tool for providing patient-focused attention. The first of the tool’s five-pronged...

    Health care, Healthcare occupations, Management 1412  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Nursing Process

    The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC, 2008) highlight that the care of patients must be a priority and to treat them as individuals. In order to achieve this nurses must use a systematic technique known as the nursing process when planning and delivering care. It originated in the USA and was introduced the UK in the 1970's in an attempt to move nursing away from traditional and task oriented care, to more evidence based and holistic approach to care (Castledine, 2011). It was clearly defined in...

    Nurse, Nursing, Nursing care plan 2192  Words | 6  Pages

  • Holistic Nursing

    Holistic assessments in nursing provide a unique quality of care to the individual patient. Holism in the provision of care includes assessments obtaining data about the physiological, psychological, sociological, spiritual, developmental, cultural and environmental aspects. It is imperative that the nurse conducting these assessments adopts methods in the nursing process that reflects the standards outlined in Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council National Competency Standards for the Registered...

    Health, Health care, Holism 1528  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Care

     NURSING PROCESS WORKSHEETS Client Name: NURSING PROCESS Nursing Diagnoses: (include 1 psychosocial) 1. Impaired Gas Exchange related to thoracotomy as evidenced by O2 via NC, L side chest tube, Hx of asthma, Obesity, chest x-ray showing congestion and atelectasis in the left lower lobe, and SOB on exertion. 2. Acute Pain related to surgical incision as evidenced by patients verbal report of pain (rated at a 10 on a scale from...

    Blood pressure, Dentistry, Hospital 568  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Sensitive Indicators

    Task 1 Western Governor’s University RTT Task 1 Nursing-sensitive indicators can be an important tool in identifying patient care issues that could potentially arise during a hospital stay. By analyzing the data on specific nursing-sensitive indicators, the quality of patient care can be optimized and patient satisfaction can be improved. The American Nurses Association (ANA) and the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI) are two sources of information and guidelines...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1776  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Nursing Process

    Running head: NURSING PROCESS Nursing Process University of Phoenix Nursing Process In the field of nursing, the nursing process is a vital tool used to promote appropriate and effective nursing care to patients. The actual nursing process consists of five components, which are intermingled, and constantly adjusting or changing according to the patients needs. The Registered Nurse (RN), regardless of the area of nursing being practiced, utilizes the nursing process to effectively...

    NANDA, Nursing, Nursing care plan 1270  Words | 4  Pages

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Worksheet Dorothee Bucholsky NUR/391 October 21, 2013 Sharon Little-Stoetzel, RN, PhD, CNE University of Phoenix Material Personal Philosophy of Nursing Worksheet This is a philosophy of nursing that reflects the beliefs and values of Dorothee E. Bucholsky, RN. Today’s date is October 18, 2013. I chose nursing as my profession because nursing is an integral part of who I am. I have always known I wanted to be a nurse. To care for people in need with...

    Compassion, Health, Health care 571  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Diagnosis

    A family can be a complex system. In order to successfully care for a family a nurse must have a good understanding of the beliefs, values and daily activities of the members that make up the family. Marjory Gordon's functional health patterns model can be a great tool if used successfully to get a basic understanding of the families health. Gordon developed eleven functional health patterns that help nurses to approach people and obtain data collection and to assess the health patterns of each individual...

    Defecation, Health, Health care 1422  Words | 5  Pages

  • Family Structure A.

    STUDY…………………………………………… C. METHODOLOGY D. SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS E. COMMUNITY PROFILE…………………………………………………….4 F. BARANGAY PROFILE G. BARANGAY OFFICIALS H. SPOT MAP II. FAMILY STRUCTURE A. TOTAL POPULATION B. SEX C. CIVIL STATUS D. FAMILY SIZE…………………………………………………………….7 E. TYPE OF FAMILY……………………………………………………….8 F. NUMBER OF FAMILY MEMBERS……………………...……………10 III. SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL VARIABLES A. EMPLOYMENT RATE B. OCCUPATION C. MONTHLY INCOME PER HOUSEHOLD…………………………….16 D. SOURCES OF...

    Family, Health, Health care 372  Words | 3  Pages

  • Care Plan Post Op

    This essay will discuss the plan of care I developed for Mr X while he was under my care in a post anaesthetic unit. It will discuss my nursing assessments, and what diagnoses I developed from this. It will then discuss the rationale behind my nursing interventions using relevant literature. My plan of care will be analysed throughout while identifying how my nursing care meets best practice guidelines. A nursing care plan is begun at a patients admission. In this case Mr X was booked in for...

    Anesthesia, Nursing, Nursing assessment 1983  Words | 5  Pages

  • Legal Implications of Nursing

    The Tennessee Board of Nursing 1000-1-.04 DISCIPLINE OF LICENSEES, UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF PROFESSIONAL NURSING, CIVIL PENALTIES, SCREENING PANELS, SUBPOENAS, ADVISORY RULINGS, DECLARATORY ORDERS, AND ASSESSMENT OF COSTS. (c) Persons employed in institutions, agencies, or the office of a licensed physician or dentist, assisting in the nursing care of patients where adequate medical or nursing supervision or both is provided. Assisting is defined to mean helping, aiding or cooperating....

    Florence Nightingale, Healthcare occupations, Nurse 1654  Words | 6  Pages

  • Holistic care

    holistic care. It will then follow by exploring relevant nursing requirements on individualised and holistic care. Continuing with focusing on how the care is delivered, which will include theories, concepts and principles that explain how individuality, client involvement, autonomy, empowerment, advocacy, evaluation and monitoring are all significant within holistic care. A brief patient history will be offered and the development of the nursing process along with how the individualised care package...

    Health, Holism, Mental disorder 2242  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nursing Guides

    ASSESSMENT Assessment is a core activity of nursing practice. It includes gathering information about the health status of a patient/client, analyzing/inspecting and interpreting the data and deciding how to use the information in the patient's plan of care, and evaluating the quality of the plan of care. It also includes assessing community, or population and using the information in planning and delivering care. ***How has your practice in nursing enabled you to apply the principles of Physical/Health...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1897  Words | 6  Pages

  • Acute Care

    Throughout the report the author will use a nursing process to discuss the patient’s illness also why the patient required acute nursing care. ‘The nursing process is described as being cyclical, made up of four interconnecting elements and having a dynamic nature.’ (Royal College of Nursing, 2012) Using the nursing process the author will implement this discussing the patient’s illness by using the four phases which consist within the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate. Also discussing...

    Artery, Atherosclerosis, Coronary circulation 1661  Words | 5  Pages

  • Even Though Nursing Is Not Everyone

     Even though nursing is not everyone, anyone can learn nursing skills and techniques but some not at the same pace because everyone is different. There are lots of techniques and skills you can learn and will always remember from nursing because Nursing techniques can be learned and applied by people from all walks of life and can also save life’s. First, There are lots of techniques and skills you can learn and will always remember from nursing because Nursing skills techniques can be learned...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Nurse 1175  Words | 2  Pages

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