Nursing Care

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Nursing Care

A nursing care plan specifies the type of nursing care that a person, family, or community may require. A nurse care plan's major goal is to provide standardised, evidence-based, and holistic treatment. Nursing care plans have been used for human reasons for quite some time. Assessment, diagnosis, desired results, actions, justification, and evaluation are all components of a care plan.


  1. To encourage evidence-based nursing care in hospitals and health facilities, as well as to provide comfortable and familiar surroundings.
  2. To encourage holistic care, which means that the full person is considered in terms of disease management and prevention, including physical, psychological, social, and spiritual factors.
  3. To keep track of the care.
  4. To assess the quality of care.
  5. To diagnose and treat health problems or illness situations.
  6. Ensure psychological support for the patient and alleviate stress anxiety

A care plan's components

The following elements make up a care plan:

  1. Client assessment, medical outcomes, and diagnostic reports. This is the first step toward putting together a care plan. Physical, emotional, sexual, psychological, cultural, spiritual/transpersonal, cognitive, functional, age-related, economic, and environmental aspects of client assessment are all taken into consideration. In this field, information can be both subjective and objective.
  2. The patient's expected outcomes are indicated. These could be long-term or short-term.
  3. The care plan includes a list of nursing interventions.
  4. Intervention rationale in order to provide evidence-based care.
  5. Evaluation. The outcome of nursing interventions is documented in this record.

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