• Pre Eclampsia
    aminotransferase (AST) - slightly elevated, alanine aminotransferase (ALT) - normal for pregnancy, 0 burr cells on slide, clotting studies normal for pregnancy. The healthcare provider diagnoses Jennie with preeclampsia rather than HELLP syndrome, a variant of severe preeclampsia. Plan of Care...
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  • Pneumonia Case Study
    excessive fluid loss and sign and symptoms of hypovolemia and dehydration. * Assess for evidence of circulatory overload, including pulmonary edema, water intoxication, and heart failure. | C. Nurse Initiated NURSING CARE PLAN Problem # 1: Difficulty of breathing Subjective Objective: (07-25-11...
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  • Case Study
    the PHN would return and re weigh the baby for this mother. The author must continue to improve her knowledge base and be confident in dealing with different scenarios. If in doubt, the author can reflect with her peers and seek their advice. The author also felt that a new nursing care plan for the...
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  • Cmo 14 Series of 2009
    the role of culture and history in the plan of care; d. apply principles of good governance in the effective delivery of quality health care; e. observe the core values cherished by the nursing profession such as love of God, country and people, and caring and the bioethical principles in the care...
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  • Yot
    (See Anemia Module B 5.4) Since anemia is common in pregnancy, the normal blood loss associated with delivery may result in a very low H&H. Excessive blood loss may necessitate blood transfusion. If the mother is asymptomatic, iron supplements may be the only treatment. Nursing care includes...
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  • Policies and Standards for Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program
    trophoblastic disease (Hmole), incompetent cervix, spontaneous abortion, placenta previa, abruptio placenta, premature rupture of membranes, pregnancy-induced hypertension B. Nursing Care of the client with high-risk labor & delivery & her Family 1. High-Risk factors: (may happen at anytime during the course...
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  • Ched Cmo 14
    plan of care; apply principles of good governance in the effective delivery of quality health care; e. observe the core values cherished by the nursing profession such as love of God, country and people, and caring and the bioethical principles in the care of clients; apply a nursing theory in the...
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  • New Born Care
    refers to the numbers of years of the experience of the DR and NICU nurses in their respective field such as either Delivery Room or Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. NSD (Normal Spontaneous Delivery) refers to the delivery of an infant without occurring a mechanical assistance or aid from an obstetric...
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  • Gestational Diabetes
    Gestational Diabetes The clinic RN reviews Amanda's prenatal record prior to performing a nursing assessment. Amanda has given birth twice, once at 35-weeks (twins) and once at 39-weeks (singleton). All of these children are alive and well. She has had one spontaneous abortion at 9-weeks...
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  • Promoting and Facilitating Informed Choice
    Promoting and facilitating informed choice. Women who face care decision dilemmas. This essay will explore the care received by a woman during her pregnancy, with particular reference to the application of Lesley Page’s (2000) five steps (Appendix I). In accordance with the Nursing and...
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  • Alcohol Dependence
    : PERSONAL HISTORY: Birth history: Mr Shan kappa was born by spontaneous full term normal vaginal delivery in a Govt hospital at Mangalore. There is no history of psychiatric illness of mother during pregnancy , there was no prenatal complications like convulsions, cyanosis or jaundice. No...
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  • Maternity
    to its members. Patients may use non-PPO providers, but they must pay those expenses out of pocket. Monthly payment premiums are required in managed care health plans. 3) Discuss the proper use of a clinical pathway and the nurse’s role in its success. The proper use of a clinical pathway improves...
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  • HFMD
    .......................................................................................97 Nursing Care ..................................................................................................100 a. Nursing care Plans ..........................................................................101 b. Nursing Theory ……………….……………………...………………117 c. Discharge...
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  • History
    appropriate nursing intervention that would be applied within his stay in the hospital at PGH hospital c. Developing a plan of care that will reduce identified predicaments and complications. d. Coordinating and delegating interventions within the plan of care to assist the client to reach maximum...
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  • Local and Foreign L
    the nurses’ notes. 5. Orient patient/companion to the hospital’s policies. 6. Plan nursing care of patient. 7. Perform admission care and carry out orders. 8. Initiate implementation of medical...
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  • Epliepsy and Pregnancy
    , and go on to have normal vaginal deliveries, and healthy children. The fetus has been found to be relatively resistant to short episodes of hypoxia, and there is no evidence of adverse effects of single seizures on the fetus (Lloyd, 2009). Status epilepticus is dangerous for both mother and fetus...
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  • Nurse Practitioner Consultation
    born full term, normal vaginal delivery. He did not require admission to special care after the birth. There had been no concerns with regards to his development or any behavioural issues. Ryan was a happy, active 5 years old attending school and reaching milestones appropriate for his age and stage...
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  • Appendoctomy Case Study
    | (-) | (+) | Abnormal | >Instruct patient to increase fluid intake>Administer antibiotic as ordered | BACTERIA | (-) | (+) | Abnormal | >Instruct patient to increase fluid intake>Instruct patient to increase intake of Vitamin C>Administer antibiotic as ordered | NURSING CARE PLAN...
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  • Ventilator associated pneumonia
    research studies proved that almost 89.7% reduction in VAP occurs after the implementation of ventilator bundle and other care related to it (Hutchins et al, 2009). Ventilator care bundle was introduced in 2005 by the Institute of Healthcare Improvement with the aim to increase nursing compliance with...
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  • School
    Femur Attending Physician: Dr. Peimon Badiee Source of Data: Patient, mother, sister, chart B. History a. Nursing History A.F was delivered via normal spontaneous delivery in cephalic presentation at full term last August 8, 2003. Her vaccinations were recalled...
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