Monday , March 25 2019

WHAT ARE THE STANDARD PRECAUTIONS

standard precautions infection control

The basics of infection prevention and control Infection prevention and control involves implementing work practices that reduce the risk of transmission of infectious agents through a two-tiered approach: • Standard Precautions Routinely applying basic infection …

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WHAT IS NURSING CARE PLAN

Nursing Care Plan nursing process

The care plan is a means of communicating and organizing the actions of a constantly changing nursing staff. As the patient’s needs are attended to, the updated plan is passed on to the nursing staff …

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UNIT PREPARATION FOR PATIENT

unit preparation admission preparation

Purpose To welcome the patient and establish a positive relationship with patient and close relative. To offer immediate management and care in acute conditions. Scope In-Patient Department Definition A unit is kept ready with beds …

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ADMISSION OF A CHILD

NICU Admission Baby treatment

Purpose To ensure that the child undergoes admission formalities without any problems Scope All in-patients to the Hospital Definition Admitting a child in the neonatal intensive care unit for observation, investigation, diagnosis, treatment and care …

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PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT OF A PATIENT

Physical Assessment Nursing Procedure

Purpose To obtain baseline data about patient’s health status. Scope Patient who are admitted in the Wards. Definition Assessing the patient head to foot using different parameters. Applicable Areas All admitted patients. Responsible Person Staff …

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HOW TO PREVENT KETOACIDOSIS

Ketoacidosis High Sugar

Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body lacks insulin and cannot get the sugar it needs for energy, and so it breaks down fat instead. This process makes fatty acids …

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