Nursing goals for a child with meningitis include adequate cerebral tissue perfusion through reduction in ICP, maintain normal body temperature, protection against injury, enhance coping measures, accurate perception of environmental stimuli, restoring normal cognitive functions and prevention of complications.
Strong leadership was identified as the core priority for positioning nursing and midwifery for the future in the recently published report by the Global Advisory Panel on Nursing (GAPFON).
Kawasaki disease or mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome is an acute, febrile disease that is most often seen in boys younger than 5 years.
Nursing goals for a child with Kawasaki disease may include increased understanding of the parents and child about the disease condition, medical treatment and planned follow-up care, relief of pain, improved physical mobility, adequate coping, and absence of complications. Here are six (6) nursing care plans (NCP) for Kawasaki Disease.
Now let’s examine your knowledge and understanding of Psychiatric Nursing. Below is a 50-item examination about Psychiatric Drugs, Personality Disorders, Alcoholism, and various questions about the topic perfect for your review for the NCLEX.