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RNSG 1105  NURSING SKILLS I Module 11 – Intake and Output Height and Weight
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Module Objectives:       Upon completion of the study of this module, the student is expected    to:  1.  Discuss the purpose of measuring intake and output.  2.  Identify conditions that could indicate the need for placing a patient   3. Describe devices used in collecting and measuring intake and output.  4.  Compare items measured as intake with those items measured as output.  5.  Discuss importance of documenting intake and output.    6.  Identify nursing diagnosis that related to fluid volume excess and fluid        volume deficit.   7.  Discuss causes for error in measuring and recording intake and output.    8.  Discuss guidelines used in obtaining the height and weight of a patient.  9.  Describe devices used in measuring height and weight and rationale for use.   
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course RNSG 1105 taught by Professor Cooper during the Spring '11 term at Austin Community College.

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