Early pre-operative care of cardiac surgical patient, Biology

Early Pre-operative Care 

1. Admission of patient-usual admission procedure to be completed.

2. Assessment of the patient.

3. History

4. Physical examination

  • Emphasis on cardio respiratory system. 
  • Assessment 
  • Height, weight.. 

5. Records of previous illness, treatment.

6. Reports of diagnostic procedures.

7. Evaluation of patient's and family members' emotional status, coping strategies.

8. Encourage for positive copying strategy.

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