General nursing responsibilities in diagnostic procedure, Biology

GENERAL NURSING RESPONSIBILITIES IN DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE

Let us understand what are the general responsibilities of nursing personnel while assisting in diagnostic procedures.

  1. Preparation of child for diagnostic procedure must take into account the child's developmental stage of cognitive ability. 
  2. Nurse must obtain informed consent as needed. 
  3. Explain the procedure to child and parents to prepare them psychologically. 
  4. Prepare the child physically as per the prerequisite of diagnostic procedure. 
  5. Obtain equipment for the procedure and ensure that universal precaution of infections are followed. 
  6. Provide emotional support during the procedure. 
  7. Assess the child's response to the procedure.
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