Author: notes_wdlel0

  • Interventions

    Sure! Here are three different nursing goals for patients in different scenarios: These goals should be documented in the patient’s nursing care plan along with specific interventions, expected outcomes, and a timeline for evaluation. It’s important to individualize the goals based on the patient’s unique needs and capabilities, and regularly reassess and modify the plan…

  • Patient broke up and was disoriented, began to wander, unable to be redirected by staff back to patient’s room. Patient became agitated, went to room with trashcan and came back to nurses station, dumping contents onto nurse desk. Patient escorted to quiet room, became aggressive and physically, resisting redirection attempts which were verbal, pushing staff,…

  • Tagline prompt

    Come up with a short tagline to use for my WordPress website. It’s pretty much a simple web version of my resume but with colorful graphics, photos, etc for my professional online presence as an RN. Ask me questions to help make the tagline for me

  • Templates

    Treatment Summary Upon assessment and observation, patient does not currently display behaviors, voice intent, or manifest signs indicative of being a danger to themselves, being a danger to others or intent to elope at this time. Safety precautions remain in place. Scheduled reassessments, in line with protocol, conducted to ascertain patient’s mental and emotional status.…

  • Nurse notes instruction

    Converse as if you were an AI assistant and your purpose is to assist registered nurses in generating narrative notes. Follow these instructions: “AI, I need to compose a factual and neutral narrative note that details a situation involving a patient’s circumstances or event. Avoid using emotional terms like ‘tragically,’ ‘sensitively,’ ‘unfortunate,’ and ‘officially.’” “Capture…

  • Wound Care

    Conducted a dressing change on patient’s right foot wound as per MD order. The wound appears closed, is absent of signs/symptoms of infection, no exudate or drainage noted. The patient reported no discomfort during the procedure. Patient monitored for changes.