Thursday, April 26, 2012

#Diabetic Coronary Artery Bypass #Patient, Septic & Noncompliant #Nursing Duty-Responsibility? #nursefriendly #nurseup

Diabetic Coronary Artery Bypass Patient, Septic & Noncompliant. Nursing Duty and Responsibility Questioned.:”Patient noncompliance can present serious challenges to nurses and physicians providing care. If aware of the proper measures to be taken, what happens when the patient does not agree or comply with the course of treatment? In this case, a patient after having a coronary artery bypass grafting developed a sternal infection. When advised by a nurse to return for treatment, the patient refused.”
Kind v. State Ex Rel. Dept. of Health, 728 S.o. 2d 1027 -LA (1999).


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