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The potential problem stated in the nursing diagnosis

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The potential problem stated in the nursing diagnosis is being prevented, but the risk factors are still present. In this case,the nurse keep the problem on thecare plan.The actual problem still exists even though some goals are being met. In this case, the nursing interventions must be continued.Whengoals have been partially met or have not been met,two conclusions maybe drawn by the nurse about the status of the client’s problem.The care plan may need to be revised since the problem is only partially resolved. The revision may need to be done during the assessing, diagnosing, planningor implementing phases.The care plan does not need revision, because the client merely needs more time to achieve the previously established goals.4.Continuing, Modifying or Terminating the nursing care planWhether or not goals were met, a number of decisions needs to be made in about continuing, modifying, or terminating nursing care for each problem. It is important thatbefore making modification, the nurse determine the effectiveness of the plan as a whole requiring the review of the entire care plan and to critic each step of the nursingprocess involved.FOCUS:Assessinginfluences all subsequent steps of the nursing process and care plan. Your assessment must be complete and accurate. If the data are incomplete or inaccurate, thenurse reassess the client and record new data which may indicate new nursing diagnosis, new desired goals or outcome and new nursing interventions.Diangosingif done correctly with a complete database, the nurse must analyze whether the problems are identified correctly and whether the nursing diagnosis wererelevant to the database.Planningif the nursing diagnosis was appropriate, the nurse checks if the goal or desired outcome were realistic and attainable. Unrealistic goals require correction. Thenurse should also determine whether priorities have changed and whether the client agrees with the priority.The nurse also check whether the nursing interventions were related to the achievement of goal and whether the best nursing interventions were selected.Implementingis carrying out the planned nursing interventions. The nurse must check the manner of implementation and whether they were carried out accordinglyespecially if the plan of care involves participation of other health care personnel.Example of complete nursing process and care plan for patient with diarrhea.The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.”B.B. KiREFERRENCES:Berman, A., Snyder, S., Frandsen, G., Kozier (2016). Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing Concepts, Process and Practice (10thEdition)
WEEK 12 MODULEINTRODUCTIONEffective communication among health professionals is vital to the quality of client care.

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