Purposes of patient /client records, Biology

PURPOSES OF PATIENT's /CLIENT's RECORDS

Following purposes are served by maintaining patient's/client's records:

  1. A means of communication. 
  2. A basis on which therapy is prescribed. 
  3. An aid to physician in diagnosis. 
  4. An aid to nurses to prepare nursing care plan. 
  5. Guidance of continuance. 
  6. Material for education and research. 
  7. A legal document admissible in courts as evidence.
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