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FORO 3.1 El juicio clínico se trata de identificar con precisión y prontitud los signos y síntomas objetivos y subjetivos del paciente, los factores de riesgo que nuestro cliente nos presenta durante la intervención he interacción que establecemos con el paciente; se debe aplicar la intuición y la lógica, el juicio clínico debería ser una habilidad innata la cual vamos desarrollando con el tiempo y la experiencia clínica; lamentablemente no todos los profesionales de enfermería poseen esta destreza y debido a esto se comenten muchos errores lamentables. Un ejemplo de juicio clínico es observar que un paciente este
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