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CARE OF RECORDS

Patient's/client's records are unquestionably a valuable documents. These should be made on paper of good quality and protected from soiling, and burning. These must be preserved in a special file and kept in a special rack on wheel or hung in a chart room near the head nurse's station. These records must not be handled by patient's relatives and non-medical personnel. The recording should be done with care to prevent water drops falling on the records. All records of the patient/client be sent to medical record section after the discharge.

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