1. Assist patients to maintain health problems
Some patients are bedridden because of pain or have just finished surgery and are difficult to move. In this way, you can't clean yourself, such as washing your face and combing your hair, turning over and wiping your body. This requires the assistance of nursing workers to maintain good personal hygiene, help patients recover and avoid secondary illness due to bacterial infection.
2. Assist patients in diet
Some severe patients are unable to complete their own diet. Such as vegetative, arm injury, spinal injury, etc., are unable to complete their own diet. Nursing workers need to assist patients to complete diet, feed and water for them, and ensure their regular diet.
3. Maintain the safety of patients
Elderly patients or patients after surgery, the hospital will require regular activities to maintain sufficient vitality and promote rehabilitation. At this time, nursing workers need to help patients with support, push wheelchair and other help to ensure the safety of patients' activities.
4. Assist doctors and nurses to observe the patient's condition
For example: fever, fluid sudden stop during infusion and other conditions, the first time to inform the doctor to come to check. Because doctors and nurses will not stay in a ward for a long time, it requires nursing workers to pay close attention to the patient's condition, and contact doctors and nurses immediately in case of abnormal conditions, so as to ensure that patients will not delay the treatment time of patients.
Under the management of head nurse and the guidance of nurses, basic nursing work and non-technical nursing work have been completed. Such as the collection and delivery of specimens in the morning and afternoon. There will also be some other services according to the actual situation, such as chatting with patients, relieving patients' anxiety and so on. In a word, it is to give the most comprehensive and professional care to patients from all aspects instead of their families.