publication . Article . 2008

Blood donor: nursing care plan

Marco Antonio Zapata Sampedro; Laura Castro Varela;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Nov 2008 Journal: NURE Investigación, volume 5, issue 37
  • Publisher: Fundación para el Desarrollo de la Enfermería
The standardized nursing care plan can be used as a means through which the nurse will assess and identify the particular needs of the blood donor.To draw up the care plan, we have conducted the evaluation on the basis of the Marjory Gordon’s functional health patterns.The more prevailing diagnosis according to the NANDA taxonomy have been identified, results have been established according to the NOC (Nursing Outcomes Classification) taxonomy, and nursing interventions have been suggested according to the NIC (Nursing Interventions Classification) taxonomy. Also, certain potential complications, which are infrequent, must be observed and controlled in the blood...
free text keywords: Blood donor, Nursing care plan, Blood donation, NIC, NOC, lcsh:Medicine, lcsh:R, lcsh:Nursing, lcsh:RT1-120
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