5 edition of Nurses" guide to home health procedures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Home health procedures|
|Statement||Joyce Young Johnson, Jean Smith Temple, Patricia Carr.|
|Contributions||Smith-Temple, Jean., Carr, Patricia A.|
|LC Classifications||RT120.H65 J64 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 684 p. :|
|Number of Pages||684|
|LC Control Number||97019139|
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Nurses' Guide to Clinical Procedures 6th Edition and sample documentation. Coverage includes suggestions on how to alter a procedure based on client, plus home health considerations, cost-cutting tips, and when to delegate a procedure.
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Follows a consistent format in each procedure for ease of use: the purpose of the procedure, general information, equipment required, the steps of the procedure, nursing considerations, and documentation guidelines/5(3).
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The revised Fifth Edition of this pocket guide provides step-by-step instructions for over common nursing procedures. This edition has over 15 new procedures, a reorganized Table of Contents that helps readers find information quickly, and a new art program with new and updated illustrations.
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These workers, who may be home health aides, personal/home care aides, companions, nursing assistants or home health nurses, are employed in. Procedure Codes for Home Health Care Services Rev 4/25/ Page 1 of 1 Procedure. Description: T RN Nurse Assessment: T; Nursing care, in the home, by RN, per diem T RN Skilled Nurse services, per 15 min TTT RN Skilled Nurse services shared ratio; per 15 min: please see attached PCA Reference Guide.
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