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  • noun

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Synonyms for intervention

the act or an instance of interfering or intruding

Synonyms for intervention

the act of intervening (as to mediate a dispute, etc.)

a policy of intervening in the affairs of other countries

the act or fact of interposing one thing between or among others

(law) a proceeding that permits a person to enter into a lawsuit already in progress

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The nurses' responses regarding helpful nursing interventions in conflict situations highlight the importance of nurse-family communication.
Table 4: Cost of Significant Nursing Interventions for Heart Failure by Use Rate (N = 1,435, Median Hospital Cost = $10,4,54) Use Rate/ Use Levels 24 Hours * Total number of different nursing Count of interventions interventions Type of nursing intervention (% receiving at least once during hospitalization) Fluid Management (99.
A cognitive-behavioural treatment program is a nursing intervention that may reduce non malignant chronic pain.
Pattern manifestations such as fatigue, anxiety, or pain can be modified through energetic patterning nursing interventions such as HT (teddy, 2004).
This study observed how often a nursing intervention resulted in a secondary insult with the definition of ICP > 20 mm Hg, CPP < 60 mm Hg, or SBP < 100 mm Hg for 5 minutes or more in a 10-minute period starting from when the nursing intervention begins.
This paper focuses on descriptive evidence of the nature and value of therapeutic nursing interventions (TNIs) and articulates some of the ethical dilemmas encountered by psychiatric community health nurses (PCHNs) when third-party insurance providers undervalue the professional skills and qualities required to provide these services.
One way nurses accomplish this is through the nursing intervention of surveillance.
Even though the resident is routinely responding to nursing intervention, routine hygiene tasks and so forth with a resistant, combative attitude, often displayed through hitting, kicking, grabbing, spitting or verbal assault, that same resident often obviously enjoys it when a staff person approaches, talks in a soft, calm tone and even holds the resident's hand or touches him affectionately on the shoulder.
An example of a completed CRF was provided in the site investigators' instruction packet, and any nursing intervention or action not listed in Table 3 was recorded in free text in the space provided in the CRF.
Once the initial attachment of the pump to the patient has been made, no further nursing intervention, other than routine needle site inspection, etc.
officially launched today an innovative disease management product, CareWise(R) Personal Health Management, that blends state-of-the-art technology, expert nursing intervention and behavioral modification techniques for middle-market employers (approximately 1,000 - 5,000 employees) - a marketplace previously underserved by disease management programs.
The CPT, although less common, is a nursing intervention that may accompany respositioning.
This study affords avenues for the conceptualization of a psychoeducational nursing intervention intended for couples where a spouse has moderate-stage Parkinson disease.
Each care plan begins with an overview of the disorder or condition and a brief review of its pathophysiology, then lists common nursing diagnoses, assessment parameters, diagnostic tests, and detailed rationales for each nursing intervention.
Where DDAVP and alarms are costly to families or unavailable, and the history and physical examination negative for complicating factors, there is nothing to lose by trying behavioural modification as a first-line nursing intervention.
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