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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Nursing Care Plan : Risk for infection related to post surgical incision

5:12 AM By Richard the Lionheart 10 comments


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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

i just want to ask that how come your evaluation has a pain scale? Your diagnosis doesn't fit to your evaluation? is ot true that we must not have a 2 diagnosis in 1 ncp? how come your ncp talks about pain while your diagnosis is on how to minimize the risk for infection... thanks

apol said...

when you're still in school the rule is by the book, but in real life situation, you should use your common sense especially when it is emergency.

Toinkz said...

mukhang kulang pa ito..

anyway... may nakuha naman akong idea. thanks!

Anonymous said...

ken said...
napakawalang kwentang NCP.. lacking in intervention, tapos unrelated p ung mga nkalagay malalayo

Nursing-Care-Plan-911.com said...

actually... ask yourself what the signs and symptoms of infection are before you rip into the care plan. The pain scale is there to help monitor and asses for infection.

Anonymous said...

This NCP is useless! You'll just confuse some nursing students there who are using the internet as a guide.

My advise for you: Your NCP should be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time bound)

Warde said...

My father had the same thing on the top of his foot. He finally got a referral to a wound specialist who was able to heal it.

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Anonymous said...

This plan is not correct. If risk for infection is the problem then the goal should be geared toward prevention of infection, and the evaluation is based on your goal (what you have as planning)! That's the rule whether in school or "real life emergencies".

Unknown said...

I'm sorry but this ncp is unreliable..

Anonymous said...

huh? ba't kulang yung interventions? Di nagkatugma yung goals and evaluation mo. You can do better than this.

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