Implementation of nursing care plan, Biology

Implementation

The planned goals and strategies are translated into nursing intervention by means of the nursing care plan. It is essential that the client and family participate in nursing care to alleviate or correct the problems and to prevent potential problem. This phase of nursing process ends when the nursing strategies have been completed and the client's responses have been recorded. These recordings must be related to:

  1. Nursing diagnosis 
  2. Nursing actions 
  3. Clients responses 
  4. Additional important information 

Recording is done in an objective and concise manner as it is the basis for evaluation of the nursing care plan.

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