Nursing Services helps the patient to recover safely at home in a trained procedure for fast recovery.
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.
- To encourage evidence-based nursing care in hospitals and health facilities, as well as to provide comfortable and familiar surroundings.
- 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.
- To keep track of the care.
- To assess the quality of care.
- To diagnose and treat health problems or illness situations.
- Ensure psychological support for the patient and alleviate stress anxiety
A care plan's components
The following elements make up a care plan:
- 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.
- The patient's expected outcomes are indicated. These could be long-term or short-term.
- The care plan includes a list of nursing interventions.
- Intervention rationale in order to provide evidence-based care.
- Evaluation. The outcome of nursing interventions is documented in this record.