Nursing Care Plan for Postpartum Patient?

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The nursing care plan for postpartum patients depends on the type of birth one has undergone. It may be normal or c-section. They offer a nursing diagnosis handbook to guide new mothers.
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1. Assess the patient properly, determining the patient's injury or medical conditions. Assess the vital signs as well as signs of other conditions or medical problems, such as breathing
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To learn how to write a nursing care plan, visit a college with a nursing library and check out nursing books or journals. There you would find what you need to write a care plan.
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My idea is that they monitor patient weights and lab work, wound care, PT progress and make adjustments in diet (heart healthy, no concentrated sweets) or add a vitamin or protein
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