What Are Nursing Implications?

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Nursing Implications are nursing-related consequences of a disease, procedure or medication and the consequences are up to the nurse to resolve. Side effects arising from the administration of certain medication are not nursing implications. To understand these implications, you need to know the disease and its medication procedure.
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Nursing implications can simply be defined as nursing responsibilities. These are the duties or roles that a registered nurse should do or should be assessing for in a patient like the taking and recording of the vitals of patients. They can also be understood as the nursing-related consequences of something.
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