i am a nursing student.and i have just start this programme half year ago
i was assigned in a project to deal with the above learning objective
since i don't have much clinical experience...
i don't know what to include..
would all of you mindtelling me something about that?
Mar 25, '05
What kinds of things do you need to know?
The mechanics of the actual practices will vary from country to country, and (I would imagine) from state to state - perhaps even institution to institution.
Precautions are universal - the same as for living patients.
Zane Robinson Wolf, dean of nursing at LaSalle, has written a really interesting book which includes a large section of post-mortem nursing care - it's called "Nurses' work - the sacred and the profane"
Hope that helps a little