Nursing Care Plan for Sepsis?

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A nursing care plan is an outline of the care to be given to a patient suffering from an alignment. A nursing care plan for sepsis is a plan for a patient who has bacteria in the blood. This plan is available online from http://www.scribd.com/doc/6442653/Nursing-Care-Plan-Sepsis. In order to write a nursing care plan, focus on the actions which solve the problem and also on future aspects and interventions that may need to be followed throughout the course of years.
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1. Nurses gather pertinent information by performing a physical assessment and asking the patient questions about his condition. Gather information needed to form nursing diagnoses.
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Nothing all that different than another patiet in the NICU, daily weights, Is and Os, (but strict attention to output sources and appropriate fluid rescusitation as dictated by MD
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1 Gather information. Read the patient's chart, browse the latest diagnostic/laboratory results and note significant values affecting patient's condition. Familiarize yourself with
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