Post-operative nursing care of cleft palate, Biology

Post-operative Nursing Care of Cleft Palate 

Objective of Care 

  1. Provide adequate nutrition 
  2. Maintain oral hygiene 
  3. Apply restraints 
  4. Promote speech 
  5. Give diversion therapy  
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