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Principles are good time management, organization skills, appropriate use of resources to deliver interventions effectively and meet desired outcomes.
the ordering of nursing diagnoses or patient problems using determinations of urgency and or importance to establish a preferential order for nursing actions.
organizing patient care around needs and preferences of patient.
trusting interaction between providers, and in some cases extends to patients and families.
clinical care coordination
accurate clinical decision making, establishing priorities, efficient organizational skills, appropriate used of resources and time management skills, and ongoing evaluation of care activities.
Patient priority level High
immediate threat to a patient's survival or safety. physiological obstructed airway or psychological anxiety attack
Patient priority level Intermediate
non emergency, non life threatening actual or potential need the patient and family are experiencing. anticipating teaching needs for new med, decrease postoperative complications.
Patient priority level low
actual or potential problem not directly related to patient's illness or disease. Often related to developmental needs or long-term health care needs. Teaching for self-care at home when discharged.
Why monitor patient often?
For preventative techniques. Prevent pressure ulcers or disuse syndrome. NAP can assist with supervision.
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