What is the meaning of immunization status readiness enhanced?

  1. What the the nursing diagnosis immunization status readiness enhanced mean?
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  2. 10 Comments

  3. by   nurseprnRN
    not too sure what the the heck you are reading. did you read the book that tells you what the associated factors and identifying features are? that should help. that, and maybe asking the esl department for some pointers? (not being snarky, serious here)
  4. by   nozyrozy40
    Please check your Care Plan book or Google it....I found it through google.
  5. by   CompleteUnknown
    I've never heard this and was curious so I googled it too.

    I get what it means now, but really, "Readiness for Enhanced Immunisation Status"?

    Could that be any more cyptic? Any more likely to cause confusion and leave people scratching their heads? Geeez.
  6. by   RNperdiem
    Snicker.
    It sounds like the worst of corporate jargon has infiltrated our ranks.
  7. by   Esme12
    Desperately need help with careplans

    http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/ca...ans%20TOC.aspx

    "A pattern consistant with local, national, and international statdarsd of immunization to disease(s) that is sufficient enough to portect a person, family or community from disease.......

    http://books.google.com/books?id=ZCz...status&f=false

    Hope this helps.....
    Last edit by Esme12 on Sep 22, '11
  8. by   SuesquatchRN
    Willing to get a vaccination?
  9. by   Rob72
    bsnsgdxbsndxbsndx they're over a minor illness/infection or you have the child sedated.
  10. by   noahsmama
    This is an excellent example of why I'm glad I'm no longer in nursing school and no longer have to deal with "nursing diagnoses". What BS!

    OP, I'm sure you can google it as well as any of the rest of us can.
  11. by   Purple_Scrubs
    My first thought: secret nurse code for "needs a shot".
  12. by   roser13
    Makes the nursing profession look ridiculous.

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