how to assess critical I & O

  1. 0 I am a new ICU nurse in orientation and have found how imp it is to do hourly I & O. How is your method to document I & Os in hospitals. looking for some good recording tips.
    thanks
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    RNHURT has '3' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'med/surg/ortho/tele'. From 'san francisco'; Joined Nov '11; Posts: 61; Likes: 36.

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  4. Visit  Biffbradford profile page
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    Paper napkins. Anything to just record it so you can get it into the computer later. Sometimes you'll have a big stack of napkins at the end of the shift that need to be entered. Write down the time and whatever numbers you need to know. Really!
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  5. Visit  Zookeeper3 profile page
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    We have computers in every room and I chart hourly info when I am in the room. I have a habit of loosing those papers or forgetting, or mixing up totals for multiple drains if left to memory.
  6. Visit  MikeRNWI profile page
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    I 2nd the napkins or paper towels. I often have a stack of them when my patient is on CVVH, because I always try to have a nice little grid on my cheat sheet, but I forget to bring that into the room and have to write it down on whatever I can find!


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