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What is the purpose of healthcare?

Asked by Natalie, Last updated: Jun 11, 2021

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Ken Wilson

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Ken Wilson, Marketing Analyst, MBA, Miami

Answered Nov 11, 2018

Child abuse happens everywhere. Many people think that children are only abused behind closed doors, but some abusers think they can do whatever they want. Other times, abusers think that they are alone or they have no control over themselves and hit their children. It is very difficult to determine abuse. Spankings are common punishments for children, but excessive spanking or harsh spankings could be considered abuse. There is not a definite definition of abuse.

However, babies and disabled children should not be physically punished. If a nurse sees a mother slapping her infant, then she should notify the right department and take the baby back to the nursery. Then inform the other workers in the unit about what had happened so they will watch out for any other behavior.

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John Adney

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Answered Oct 24, 2017

Return the neonate to the nursery and inform coworkers so they can monitor the mother s behavior

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John Smith

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Answered Sep 09, 2016

Return the neonate to the nursery, inform the physician so he can thoroughly examine the neonate for injuries, and notify social services for assistance.-rationale: the neonates safety and protection is the first priority. the nurse should immediately return the neonate to the nursery and inform the physician of the neonates abuse. by being the neonates advocate, the nurse allows the physician to examine the neonate for injuries resulting from the incident. social services should be notified. the neonate shouldnt remain in the room with the mother unsupervised. the nurse should follow the facilitys policy and procedure for reporting suspected and actual child abuse. although the incident may be part of the mother and neonates revised care plan, it requires immediate intervention, not simple notification of coworkers. confronting the mother doesnt provide for the neonates safety.client needs category: psychosocial integrityclient needs subcategory: nonecognitive level: analysisreference: craven, r.f., and hirnle, c.j. fundamentals of nursing: human health and function, 5th ed. philadelphia: lippincott williams & wilkins, 2007, p. 370.
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