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Outcomes are mutually formulated with the patient, family, and other health care providers, when possible and appropriate. 3. Outcomes are individualized in that they are culturally appropriate and realistic in relation to the patient’s age and present and potential capabilities. 4. Outcomes are attainable in relation to resources available to the patient. 5. Outcomes are measurable and should include a time estimate for attainment, if possible. 6. Outcomes provide direction for continuity of care so that the nurse’s competencies are matched with the patient’s needs.
More recently, researchers (M. D. , 2007) found that of 171 hospital ICUs polled in their survey, only 32% did not limit the time of day or length of time for visitation. However, of those 32%, the majority (91%) set a minimum age of 12 for visitors and 78% restricted visitors to a maximum of two at a time. ICU staff members generally cite three major concerns associated with liberalizing visiting hours: visitors interfering with care for the patient, exhaustion of family and friends, and undue physiological stress for the patient (Berwick & Kotagal, 2004).
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