This essay aims to critically analyse and demonstrate the nursing intervention that needs to be provided to Mr Ravi Appendix, 2. This led to his liver function deteriorating and with the decision of no further treatment, care is being delivered at home with support from the community palliative care team Appendix, 2. The nursing intervention to Mr Ravi will be focused on two nursing problems. The next problem is the chronic pain being experienced Mr Ravi due to his liver disease was identified by his verbalisation Appendix, 2.
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Background: Attending to the needs of family members of critically ill patients is an important and necessary step in providing appropriate holistic care for both the patient and the family. Family interaction can significantly impact on the experience of critical illness, notwithstanding the challenge of meeting families' needs for many clinicians in the intensive care unit ICU. Family needs have been extensively researched; however, a previous Joanna Briggs Institute JBI systematic review was the first published systematic review recommending effective interventions for addressing family needs of critically ill patients in an acute intensive care setting. Since its publication in , additional research findings have been published and it was deemed appropriate to update the original systematic review. Objectives: This systematic review aims to establish recent best practice in addressing the needs of family members with a relative or loved one admitted to an adult critical care unit. Inclusion criteria types of participants: Studies that included family members including children of adult patients in an ICU were considered for inclusion in this review.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. This essay will discuss the skill required to succeed in Nursing and also the trends and requirements needed to work in the Health Care system. Firstly, responsibility plays an important role in the field of Nursing. It is a tremendous amount of responsibility to care for an ill patient. Close observations of the patient are crucial and ensuring that there are no mistakes or problems occurring, which could be caused from lack of responsibility.