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By Elizabeth Jamieson BSc(Hons) MSc RGN ONC RCT RNT, Janice M. McCall, Lesley A. Whyte BA MPhil RGN DN RNT, Elizabeth Jamieson, Janice McCall, Lesley Whyte

This famous textual content offers transparent information on fifty four nursing practices and techniques, prepared in alphabetical order for ease of reference. The techniques replicate perform in either sanatorium and neighborhood settings and are established round the commonplace actions of dwelling version of offering nursing care. each one strategy includes intent and knowledge on sufferer schooling, as well as step by step advice.

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In hospital, it is usual to have disposable toiletries available in ward areas for patients who may have been admitted as an emergency, until their own personal equipment is brought from home. When possible, patients should be dressed in their own bed clothing for their comfort and to help maintain their individuality. A patient who has the power, movement or sensation of a limb altered either temporarily or permanently, such as by the position of an intravenous infusion or following a cerebral vascular accident, will require some assistance and education on how to dress and undress during a bed bath.

Relevance to the activities of living Maintaining a safe environment The nurse in charge of the ward, department, unit or treatment room at any time of the day or night is responsible for maintaining the safe and correct storage of all medicines, these storage requirements being enforced by law through the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. Medicines kept in patients' own homes are their responsibility, but the community nurse has an important role in educating patients on all aspects of their regime. All protocols and records pertaining to medicine administration must be maintained, adhering to health authority legal requirements.

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