NURSING CARE PLAN RUBRIC. – nursing homework essays

NURSING CARE PLAN RUBRIC.

NURSING CARE PLAN RUBRIC.

NURSING CARE PLAN RUBRIC

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Case Study, Chapter 41, Musculoskeletal Care Modalities

1. June Frankel, a 23-year-old patient, presents to the emergency department with a sports-related fracture injury to her right arm and receives a long-arm fiberglass cast. (Learning Objective 2)

What nursing assessment should the nurse provide after the cast has been applied?

What nursing interventions should the nurse provide?

1. Sue Newhart, a 55-year-old patient, is admitted to the medical-surgical unit after a total hip arthroplasty due to osteoarthritis. (Learning Objective 7)

What considerations should the nurse follow when positioning the patient in bed after hip surgery?

What nursing interventions should the nurse provide the patient?

1) Definition of the medical diagnosis

etiology/pathophysiology

2) Common signs and symptoms

3) Potential complications

4) Head to toe physical assessment  you are to write one….

5) Diagnostic and lab studies

normal values

expected abnormalities

6) ALL NANADA Nursing diagnoses

https://nurseslabs.com/nursing-diagnosis/

 

https://ar.israa.edu.ps/uploads/documents/2020/02/4gcM0.pdf

7) Develop 3 NANDA priority nursing diagnoses

8) State a patient plan AND goal for each of the

3 priority nursing diagnosis

9) Write interventions for each of

3  priority nursing diagnosis

10) Write  scientific rationales for you you

interventions

11) Write evaluation of your interventions

your plan or make changes

12) List of typical medications

category

usual dosage

side effects

patient teaching

 

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