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About Nursing Care Plans
                                                           
                                                
what is:

  A plan outlines the nursing care to be provided to an  individual/family/community. It is a
  set of actions the nurse will implement to resolve/support nursing diagnosis identified by
  nursing assessment. The creation of the plan is an intermediate stage of the nursing
  process. It guides in the ongoing provision of nursing care and assists in the evaluation of
  that care. ............

  A plan, based on a nursing assessment and a nursing diagnosis, carried out by a nurse.
  It has four essential components: identification of the nursing care problems or nursing
  diagnoses and statement of the nursing approachto solve those problems; statement of
  the expected benefit to the patient; statement of the specific actions by the nurse that
  reflect the nursing approach and achieve the goals specified; and evaluation of the
  patient's response to nursing care and readjustment of that care as required.

  The nursing care plan is begun when the patient is admitted to the health service, and,
  after the initial nursing assessment, a diagnosis is formulated and nursing orders are
  developed. The goal of the process is to ensure that nursing care is consistent with the
  patient's needs and progress toward self-care. A written nursing care plan should be a
  part of every patient's chart...............

  Nursing care plan is a plan based on a nursing diagnosis and a nursing assessment,
  carried out by a nurse. It has four essential components that begin when the patient is
  admitted to the health centre. The goal is to ensure that nursing care is maintained with
  the patient's needs and progress toward self-care...........

  Care plan reality: the foundation of any care plan is the symptoms or responses that
  patient is having to what is happening to them. what is happening to them could be a
  medical disease, a physical condition, a failure  to be able to perform adls (activities of
  daily living), or a failure to be able to interact appropriately or successfully within their
  environment.................

  Nursing Diagnosis: (what is)
  a nursing diagnosis may be part of the nursing process and is a clinical judgement about
  individual, family, or community experiences/responses to actual or potential health
  problems/life processes.nursing diagnoses are developed based on data obtained during
  the nursing assessment......

  Nursing diagnosis is a clinical judgment about actual or potential individual, family, or
  community responses to health problems/life processes. A nursing diagnosis provides
  the basis for selection of nursing interventions to achieve outcomes for which the nurse
  has accountability......

  A nursing diagnosis is defined as a clinical judgment about individual, family or ommunity
  responses to actual or potential health problems or life processes which provide the basis
  for selection of nursing interventions to achieve outcomes for which the nurse has
  accountability (NANDA-I, 2009). Accurate and valid nursing diagnoses guide the selection
  of interventions that are likely to produce the desired treatment effects and determine
  nurse-sensitive outcomes. ...

  Nursing diagnoses are seen as key to the future of evidence-based, professionally-led
  nursing care - and to more effectively meeting the need of patients. In an era of
  increasing electronic patient health records, standardized nursing terminologies such as
  NANDA-I, NIC and NOC provide a means of collecting nursing data that are ystematically
  analysed within and  across healthcare organizations and provide essential data for
  cost/benefit analysis and clinical audit.......

  A nursing diagnosis standing by itself means nothing. The meat of care plan will lie in the
  abnormal data (symptoms) that is collected during your assessment of patient. In order to
  pick any nursing diagnoses for a patient you need to know what the patient's symptoms
  are....

  Components of Nursing Diagnosis: (what is)
  Activity intolerance is a nursing diagnosis here for example: Definition: insufficient
  physiological or psychological energy to endure or complete required or desired daily
  activities......

  Symptoms (defining characteristics): abnormal blood pressure response to activity,
  abnormal heart rate to activity, electrocardiographic changes reflecting arrhythmias,
  electrocardiographic changes reflecting ischemia, exertional discomfort, exertional dyspnea,
  verbal report of fatigue, verbal report of weakness....

  Related factors (etiology): bed rest, generalized weakness, imbalance between oxygen
  supply and demand, immobility, sedentary lifestyle..........

  Goal (Outcome):The goal is aimed at the nursing diagnosis. The expected outcomes are
  aimed at meeting the goal.......

  1. must be patient-centered.
  2. Address only ONE response.
  3. include observable and measurable factors.
  4. need a target date
  5. use behaviorable verbs.

  Used in NOC -Nursing Outcome Criteria it is usually written like this:
  The patient will maintains activity level within capabilites by date and NOC id.
  This is achieved by nurse using Intervention's and Task's(action's)

  Nursing Intervention: (what is)
  Any act by a nurse that implements the nursing care plan or any specific objective of that
  plan, such as turning a comatose patient to avoid the development of decubitus ulcers or
  teaching insulin injection technique to a patient with diabetes before discharge from the
  hospital. The patient may require intervention in the form of support, limitation,medication,
  or treatment for the current condition or to prevent the development of further stress.
  As stress increases, the need to adapt and the need for nursing intervention
  increase..............

  A nursing intervention is defined as a single nursing action - treatment, procedure or
  activity - designed to achieve an outcome to a diagnosis, nursing or medical, for which the
  nurse is accountable ..........

  Nursing interventions are actions undertaken by a nurse to further the course of treatment 
  for a patient.....

  Nursing tasks/actions:(what is)
  Means those activities that constitute the practice of nursing as a licensed nurse and may
  include, but are not limited to, assistance with activities of daily living that are performed to
  maintain or improve the client's well-being when the client is unable toperform that activity
  for him or herself........

  One performed through interaction with the client.Include physical care, emotional support,
  and pt. teaching....
                               
                                 
what is:

  A plan outlines the nursing care to be provided to an
  individual/family/community. It is a set of actions the
  nurse will implement to resolve/support nursing diagnosis
  identified by nursing assessment. The creation of the plan
  is an intermediate stage of the nursing process. It guides
  in the ongoing provision of nursing care and assists in the
  evaluation of that care. ............

  A plan, based on a nursing assessment and a nursing
  diagnosis, carried out by a nurse. It has four essential
  components: identification of the nursing care problems
  or nursing diagnoses and statement of the nursing
  approach to solve those problems; statement of the
  expected benefit to the patient; statement of the specific
  actions by the nurse that reflect the nursing approach and
  achieve the goals specified; and evaluation of the patient's
  response to nursing care and readjustment of that care
  as required.

  The nursing care plan is begun when the patient is
  admitted to the health service, and, after the initial
  nursing assessment, a diagnosis is formulated and
  nursing orders are developed. The goal of the process is
  to ensure that  nursing care is consistent with the
  patient's needs and progress toward self-care. A written
  nursing care plan should be a part of every patient's
  chart...............

  Nursing care plan is a plan based on a nursing
  diagnosis and a nursing assessment, carried out by a
  nurse. It has four essential components that begin when
  the patient is admitted to the health centre. The goal is to
  ensure that nursing care is maintained with the patient's
  needs and progress toward self-care...........

  Care plan reality: the foundation of any care plan is the
  symptoms or responses that patient is having to what is
  happening to them. what is happening to them could be a
  medical disease, a physical condition, a failure  to be
  able to perform adls (activities of daily living), or a failure
  to be able to  interact appropriately or successfully within
  their environment.................

  Nursing Diagnosis: (what is)
  A nursing diagnosis may be part of the nursing process
  and is a clinical judgement about  individual, family, or
  community experiences/responses to actual or potential
  health problems/life processes.nursing diagnoses are
  developed based on data obtained during the nursing
  assessment......

  Nursing diagnosis is a clinical judgment about actual or
  potential individual,family, or community responses to
  health problems/life processes.A nursing diagnosis
  provides the basis for selection of nursing interventions
  to achieve outcomes for which the nurse has
  accountability......

  A nursing diagnosis is defined as a clinical judgment
  about individual, family or ommunity responses to actual
  or potential health problems or life processes which
  provide the basis for selection of nursing interventions to
  achieve outcomes for which the nurse has accountability
  (NANDA-I, 2009).
  Accurate and valid nursing diagnoses guide the selection
  of interventions that are likely to produce the desired
  treatment effects and determine nurse-sensitive
  outcomes. ...

  Nursing diagnoses are seen as key to the future of
  evidence-based, professionally-led nursing care - and to
  more effectively meeting the need of patients. In an era of
  increasing electronic patient health records, standardized
  nursing terminologies such as NANDA-I, NIC and NOC
  provide a means of collecting nursing data that are
  systematically analysed within and across healthcare
  organizations and provide essential data for  cost/benefit
  analysis and clinical audit.......

  A nursing diagnosis standing by itself means nothing.
  The meat of care plan will lie in the abnormal data
  (symptoms) that is collected during your  assessment of
  patient. In order to pick any nursing diagnoses for a
  patient you need to know what the patient's symptoms
  are....

  Components of Nursing Diagnosis: (what is)
  Activity intolerance is a nursing diagnosis here for
  example:
  Definition: insufficient physiological or psychological
  energy to endure or complete required or desired daily
  activities......

  Symptoms (defining characteristics): abnormal blood
  pressure response to  activity, abnormal heart rate to
  activity, electrocardiographic changes reflecting
  arrhythmias, electrocardiographic changes reflecting
  ischemia, exertional discomfort, exertional dyspnea,
  verbal report of fatigue, verbal  report of weakness....

  Related factors (etiology): bed rest, generalized
  weakness, imbalance between oxygen supply and
  demand, immobility, sedentary lifestyle..........

  Goal (Outcome):The goal is aimed at the nursing
  diagnosis. The expected outcomes are aimed at meeting
  the goal.......

  1. must be patient-centered.
  2. Address only ONE response.
  3. include observable and measurable factors.
  4. need a target date
  5. use behaviorable verbs.

  Used in NOC -Nursing Outcome Criteria it is usually
  written like this:
  The patient will maintains activity level within capabilites
  by date and NOC id. This is achieved by nurse using
  Intervention's and Task's(action's)

  Nursing Intervention: (what is)
  Any act by a nurse that implements the nursing care plan
  or any specific  objective of that plan, such as turning a
  comatose patient to avoid the  development of decubitus
  ulcers or teaching insulin injection technique to a patient
  with diabetes before discharge from the hospital. The patient
  may require intervention in the form of support,
  limitation,medication, or treatment for the current condition
  or to prevent the development of further stress.
  As stress increases, the need to adapt and the need for
  nursing intervention increase..............

  A nursing intervention is defined as a single nursing
  action - treatment, procedure or activity - designed to
  achieve an outcome to a diagnosis, nursing or medical, for
  which the nurse is accountable ..........

  Nursing interventions are actions undertaken by a nurse to
  further the course of treatment for a patient.....

  Nursing tasks/actions:(what is)
  Means those activities that constitute the practice of nursing
  as a licensed nurse and may include, but are not limited to,
  assistance with activities of daily living that are performed to
  maintain or improve the client's well-being when the client is
  unable toperform that activity for him or herself........

  One performed through interaction with the client.Include
  physical care,  emotional support, and pt. teaching....
                                            
                                                what is

  A plan outlines the nursing care to be provided to an
  individual/family/community. It is a set of actions the nurse will implement to
  resolve/support nursing diagnosis identified by nursing assessment. The
  creation of the plan is an intermediate stage of the nursing process. It guides
  in the ongoing provision of nursing care and assists in the evaluation of that
  care. ............

  A plan, based on a nursing assessment and a nursing diagnosis, carried out
  by a nurse. It has four essential components: identification of the nursing
  care problems or nursing diagnoses and statement of the nursing approach
  to solve those problems; statement of the expected benefit to the patient;
  statement of the specific actions by the nurse that reflect the nursing
  approach and achieve the goals specified; and evaluation of the patient's
  response to nursing care and readjustment of that care as required.

  The nursing care plan is begun when the patient is admitted to the health
  service, and, after the initial nursing assessment, a diagnosis is formulated
  and nursing orders are developed. The goal of the process is to ensure that
  nursing care is consistent with the patient's needs and progress toward
  self-care. A written nursing care plan should be a part of every patient's
  chart...............

  Nursing care plan is a plan based on a nursing diagnosis and a nursing
  assessment, carried out by a nurse. It has four essential components that
  begin when the patient is admitted to the health centre. The goal is to ensure
  that nursing care is maintained with the patient's needs and progress toward
  self-care...........

  Care plan reality: the foundation of any care plan is the symptoms or
  responses that patient is having to what is happening to them. what is
  happening to them could be a medical disease, a physical condition, a failure
  to be able to perform adls (activities of daily living), or a failure to be able to
  interact appropriately or successfully within their environment.................

  Nursing Diagnosis: (what is)
  a nursing diagnosis may be part of the nursing process and is a clinical
  judgement about  individual, family, or community experiences/responses to
  actual or potential health problems/life processes.nursing diagnoses are
  developed based on data obtained during the nursing assessment......

  Nursing diagnosis is a clinical judgment about actual or potential individual,
  family, or community responses to health problems/life processes.
  A nursing diagnosis provides  the basis for selection of nursing interventions
  to achieve outcomes for which the nurse has accountability......

  A nursing diagnosis is defined as a clinical judgment about individual, family
  or ommunity responses to actual or potential health problems or life
  processes which provide the basis for selection of nursing interventions to
  achieve outcomes for which the nurse has accountability (NANDA-I, 2009).
  Accurate and valid nursing diagnoses guide the selection  of interventions
  that are likely to produce the desired treatment effects and determine
  nurse-sensitive outcomes. ...

  Nursing diagnoses are seen as key to the future of evidence-based,
  professionally-led nursing care - and to more effectively meeting the need of
  patients. In an era of  increasing electronic patient health records,
  standardized nursing terminologies such as NANDA-I, NIC and NOC provide
  a means of collecting nursing data that are ystematically analysed within and
  across healthcare organizations and provide essential data for
  cost/benefit analysis and clinical audit.......

  A nursing diagnosis standing by itself means nothing. The meat of care plan
  will lie in the abnormal data (symptoms) that is collected during your
  assessment of patient. In order to pick any nursing diagnoses for a patient
  you need to know what the patient's symptoms are....

  Components of Nursing Diagnosis: (what is)
  Activity intolerance is a nursing diagnosis here for example:
  Definition: insufficient physiological or psychological energy to endure or
  complete required or desired daily activities......

  Symptoms (defining characteristics): abnormal blood pressure response to
  activity, abnormal heart rate to activity, electrocardiographic changes
  reflecting arrhythmias, electrocardiographic changes reflecting ischemia,
  exertional discomfort, exertional dyspnea, verbal report of fatigue, verbal
  report of weakness....

  Related factors (etiology): bed rest, generalized weakness, imbalance
  between oxygen supply and demand, immobility, sedentary lifestyle..........

  Goal (Outcome):The goal is aimed at the nursing diagnosis. The expected
  outcomes are aimed at meeting the goal.......

  1. must be patient-centered.
  2. Address only ONE response.
  3. include observable and measurable factors.
  4. need a target date
  5. use behaviorable verbs.

  Used in NOC -Nursing Outcome Criteria it is usually written like this:
  The patient will maintains activity level within capabilites by date and NOC id.
  This is achieved by nurse using Intervention's and Task's(action's)

  Nursing Intervention: (what is)
  Any act by a nurse that implements the nursing care plan or any specific
  objective of that plan, such as turning a comatose patient to avoid the
  development of decubitus ulcers or teaching insulin injection technique to a
  patient with diabetes before discharge from the hospital. The patient may
  require intervention in the form of support, limitation,medication, or treatment
  for the current condition or to prevent the development of further stress.
  As stress increases, the need to adapt and the need for nursing intervention
  increase..............

  A nursing intervention is defined as a single nursing action - treatment,
  procedure or activity - designed to achieve an outcome to a diagnosis,
  nursing or medical, for which the nurse is accountable ..........

  Nursing interventions are actions undertaken by a nurse to further the course
  of treatment for a patient.....

  Nursing tasks/actions:(what is)
  Means those activities that constitute the practice of nursing as a licensed
  nurse and may include, but are not limited to, assistance with activities of
  daily living that are performed to maintain or improve the client's well-being
  when the client is unable toperform that activity for him or herself........

  One performed through interaction with the client.Include physical care,
  emotional support, and pt. teaching....
                           
                            
what is:

  A plan outlines the nursing care to be provided to an
  individual/family/community. It is a set of actions the
  nurse will implement to resolve/support nursing
  diagnosis identified by nursing assessment. The
  creation of the plan is an intermediate stage of the
  nursing process. It guides in the ongoing provision of
  nursing care and assists in the evaluation of that
  care. ............

  A plan, based on a nursing assessment and a
  nursing diagnosis, carried outby a nurse. It has four
  essential components: identification of the nursing
  care problems or nursing diagnoses and statement
  of the nursing approach to solve those problems;
  statement of the expected benefit to the patient;
  statement of the specific actions by the nurse that
  reflect the nursing approach and achieve the goals
  specified; and evaluation of the patient's response to
  nursing care and readjustment of that care as
  required.

  The nursing care plan is begun when the patient is
  admitted to the health service, and, after the initial
  nursing assessment, a diagnosis is formulated
  and nursing orders are developed. The goal of the
  process is to ensure that nursing care is consistent
  with the patient's needs and progress toward 
  self-care. A written nursing care plan should be a
  part of every patient's chart...............

  Nursing care plan is a plan based on a nursing
  diagnosis and a nursing assessment, carried out by
  a nurse. It has four essential components that
  begin when the patient is admitted to the health
  centre. The goal is to ensure that nursing care is
  maintained with the patient's needs and progress
  toward self-care...........

  Care plan reality: the foundation of any care plan is
  the symptoms or responses that patient is having to
  what is happening to them. what is happening to
  them could be a medical disease, a physical
  condition, a failure to be able to perform adls
(activities of daily living), or a failure to be able to
  interact appropriately or successfully within their
  environment.................

  Nursing Diagnosis: (what is)
  a nursing diagnosis may be part of the nursing
  process and is a clinical judgement about  individual
  family, or community experiences/responses to
  actual or potential health problems/life
  processes.nursing diagnoses are
  developed based on data obtained during the nursing
  assessment......

  Nursing diagnosis is a clinical judgment about actual
  or potential individual, family, or community
  responses to health problems/life processes.
  A nursing diagnosis provides  the basis for selection
  of nursing interventionsto achieve outcomes for which
  the nurse has accountability......

  A nursing diagnosis is defined as a clinical judgment
  about individual, family or ommunity responses to
  actual or potential health problems or life
  processes which provide the basis for selection of
  nursing interventions to achieve outcomes for which
  the nurse has accountability (NANDA-I, 2009).
  Accurate and valid nursing diagnoses guide the
  selection  of interventions that are likely to produce
  the desired treatment effects and determine
  nurse-sensitive outcomes. ...

  Nursing diagnoses are seen as key to the future of
  evidence-based,professionally-led nursing care - and
  to more effectively meeting the need of patients.In an
  era of  increasing electronic patient health records,
  standardized nursing terminologies such as
  NANDA-I, NIC and NOC provide a means ofcollecting
  nursing data that are ystematically analysed within
  and across healthcare organizations and provide
  essential data for cost/benefit analysis and clinical
  audit.......

  A nursing diagnosis standing by itself means
  nothing. The meat of care plan  will lie in the
  abnormal data (symptoms) that is collected during
  your assessment of patient. In order to pick any
  nursing diagnoses for a patient you need to know
  what the patient's symptoms are....

  Components of Nursing Diagnosis: (what is)
  Activity intolerance is a nursing diagnosis here for
  example: Definition: insufficient physiological or
  psychological energy to endure or complete required
  or desired daily activities......

  Symptoms (defining characteristics): abnormal blood
  pressure response to activity, abnormal heart rate to
  activity, electrocardiographic changes  reflecting
  arrhythmias, electrocardiographic changes reflecting
  ischemia, exertional discomfort, exertional dyspnea,
  verbal report of fatigue, verbal report of weakness....

  Related factors (etiology): bed rest, generalized
  weakness, imbalance  between oxygen supply and
  demand, immobility, sedentary lifestyle..........

  Goal (Outcome):The goal is aimed at the nursing
  diagnosis. The expected  outcomes are aimed at
  meeting the goal.......

  1. must be patient-centered.
  2. Address only ONE response.
  3. include observable and measurable factors.
  4. need a target date
  5. use behaviorable verbs.

  Used in NOC -Nursing Outcome Criteria it is usually
  written like this:
  The patient will maintains activity level within
  capabilites by date and NOC id.
  This is achieved by nurse using Intervention's and
  Task's(action's)

  Nursing Intervention: (what is)
  Any act by a nurse that implements the nursing care
  plan or any specific  objective of that plan, such as
  turning a comatose patient to avoid the development
  of decubitus ulcers or teaching insulin injection
  technique to a patient with diabetes before discharge
  from the hospital. The patient may require
  intervention in the form of support, limitation,
  medication, or treatment  for the current condition or
  to prevent the development of further stress.
  As stress increases, the need to adapt and the need
  for nursing intervention  increase..............

  A nursing intervention is defined as a single nursing
  action - treatment, procedure or activity - designed to
  achieve an outcome to a diagnosis, nursing or
  medical, for which the nurse is accountable ..........

  Nursing interventions are actions undertaken by a
  nurse to further the course of treatment for a
  patient.....

  Nursing tasks/actions:(what is)
  Means those activities that constitute the practice of
  nursing as a licensed nurse and may include, but are
  not limited to, assistance with activities of  daily
  living  that are performed to maintain or improve the
  client's well-being  when the client is unable
  toperform that activity for him or herself........

  One performed through interaction with the client.
  Include physical care,  emotional support, and
  pt. teaching....
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