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    Nursing Care Plan

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    identifies an actual or potential response of a patient to a health problem (Jones 2009). Nursing diagnoses are important because they provide the foundation for the selection of nursing interventions (Walton 2008). This care plan is the concluding half to the initial care plan that identified nursing diagnoses and goals with the aim of promoting the holistic wellbeing, mental health, and independence of a 68 year old Mr. Bertoli who has returned home from hospital after experiencing a stroke. Particular

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    Development of Patient Care Plan

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    to the care that is delivered to a patient and examine the significance of the use of models and frameworks in the nursing process. It is intended to identify a patient with biopsychosocial needs that requires nursing intervention. Their holistic plan of care will then be critiqued in relation to the nursing model and framework utilised by the nursing staff. Knowledge will be demonstrated of the importance of utilizing evidence-based practice when creating an individualized plan of care. “The

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    The purpose of this paper is to provide a nursing care plan for a geriatric client of a long-term care facility. This paper will discuss assessment of the client’s current health status. While her mental and social well-being are addressed, the most in-depth assessment of this client concerns her physical health. Nursing diagnoses will follow, based on the information collected during assessment. Then expected outcomes will be planned for the client, ideally resulting in improvement of her health

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    Nursing Care Plan: Impaired Parenting

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    Impaired Parenting is a nursing diagnosis that should be considered for all parents who are having a child. There are many classes available to new parents that can be taken before childbirth takes place. These classes will inform parents how to take care of their newborn child, as well as, mentally prepare each family member what their role will be with the birth of their new child. The National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome says that in 2003, 1,300 infants in the United States died from being shaken

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    Patient Care Plan

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    Introduction Care planning is very important part of nursing. According to the Department of Health (2007) it is a holistic approach that recognises that medical needs are not the only issue with a person that is in hospital. It helps people to achieve the outcomes they want for themselves through truly personalised services and promoting health and well being. According to Leach (2007) care planning generates great benefits to client and staff by organising care by establishing common treatment

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    This assignment will use a case study approach to discuss the plan of care that was observed for a 66 year old lady whilst in clinical placement on the Trauma and Orthopaedic ward. It will do this by highlighting the importance of using four stage nursing process framework to plan care effectively and discuss how the patients care needs were assessed, a plan of care developed and implemented, and finally how the plan of care was evaluated. To comply with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), (2008)

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    In the literature review, some of aspects of the topic are covered. Most of the literature has identified that the important part are requires periodic reassessment for pressure ulcers and the nursing care plan of pressure ulcer should be mentioned. The overall goals are that the patient with a pressure ulcer will reduce or eliminate the factors that lead to pressure ulcers; will have healing of the pressure ulcer; and not develop an infection in the pressure area (Guy, 2012). Kaitani et al. (2010)

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    NURSING CARE PLAN Patient’s Initials: CH Student’s Name: PFC Kohler Medical Diagnosis: Spine-HALO Application Date:10/12/2016 1. PROBLEM 2. GOAL/ OUTCOME 3. INTERVENTIONS 4. RATIONALE 5. EVALUATION Dx: Activity intolerance R/T: inefficient work of breathing AEB: Shortness of breath during and after ADL’s SUB Mother reports “She cannot walk very far before needing her wheel chair”. OBJ SOB during ambulation Sa02 – 94% Respiratory Rate - 35 ST 1:. Patient will display adequate

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    cost a fraction of the price in many other countries. To allow the underinsured to remain underinsured simply because they like their plans defeats the purpose of healthcare reform” (1). ObamaCare is requiring insurers to make plans by regions instead of by state, so if someone visits a doctor out of town, the care given will not be covered (Gottlieb 1). The limited plans are called narrow networks. Therefore, the average person will spend about $2.6 trillion on ObamaCare within 10 years. In order to

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    Interdisciplinary Care Plan Marcia Garcia Enriquez Chamberlain College of Nursing Critical Care Nursing: NR 340 January 2016  Interdisciplinary Care Plan M.S. presented to the Emergency Room on February 2, 2016 with complaints of abdominal pain with chronic shortness of breath. M.S. revealed tachycardia during triage. EKG presented new onset atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, and labs expressed elevated troponin I levels. M.S. was transferred to the telemetry unit for further treatment.

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