methods of recording
Terms in this set (17)
Problem-oriented medical record
database, problem list, care plan, and progress notes
subjective, obejective, assessment, plan
subjective, objective, assessment, plan, intervention, evaluation
situation, background, assessment, recommendation
problem, intervention, and evaulation
involves the use of data, action, and response (DAR)
separate section for each discipline
charting by exception
focuses on deviations from the established norm or abnormal findings; highlights trends or changes
incorporates a multidisciplinary approach to documenting care
multidisciplinary care plans that include client problems, key interventions, and expected outcome.
admission nursing history forms
provide baseline data to compare with changes in the clients condition.
data entry of assessment such as vital signs, hygiene measures, ambulation, restraint checks
has activity, treatment, nursing care plan sections that organize information for quick references
determine the hours of care and staff required for a given group of clients.
standardized care plan
preprinted, established guidelines used to care for the client
discharge summary forms
emphasize previous learing by the client and the care that should be continued.