TITLE

Elektronická dokumentace pro ošetřovatelskou diagnostiku v domácí péči

AUTHOR(S)
Jarošová, D.; Sikorová, L.; Marečková, J; Pajorová, H
PUB. DATE
February 2012
SOURCE
General Practitioner / Prakticky Lekar;Feb2012, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p105
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Nursing documentation is legislatively defined an obligatory part of health records. It is particularly important in organizations where it is primary providing nursing care by independently working nurses, such as home care. The pivotal phase of the nursing process is nursing diagnostics of patient/client using a standardized terminology. Nursing diagnosis with all the relevant components compiled in electronic record provides a systematic framework for documenting and identifying priority needs and problems of patients. The article presents the preparation and verification of electronic documentation, which will be used in home care for collecting nursing data, for assessment of the patient's health status and his needs and for determination of the nursing diagnoses using the NANDA-Int.
ACCESSION #
75378981

 

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