Vaishali Taksande, Deepti Shrivastvas, Sr. Tessy Sebastian
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Prof. Vaishali Taksande1, Dr. Deepti Shrivastvas2, Prof. Sr. Tessy Sebastian3
1Dean (Academics) Faculty of Nursing, DMIMS (DU), SRMMCON, Sawaghni Meghe, Wardha. Maharashtra, India.
2Professor, Dept of OBGY, JNMC.
3Director of Nursing, AVBRH.
Volume - 8,
Issue - 3,
Year - 2020
A Care bundle is a group of three to five evidence-based interventions which, when performed together, have a better outcome than if performed individually. Care bundles can be used to ensure the delivery of the minimum standard of care. It is a set of interventions that, when used together, significantly improve patient outcomes. Multidisciplinary teams work together to deliver the best possible care supported by evidence-based research and practices, with the ultimate outcome of improving patient care. The steps of the care bundle are carefully selected, well-established practices that are packaged together and scientifically supported. The focus of the bundle is on how to deliver the best care using a clear-cut method to provide the best possible outcome for patient.
Cite this article:
Vaishali Taksande, Deepti Shrivastvas, Sr. Tessy Sebastian. A Care Bundle Approach: Quality Nursing Care. Int. J. of Advances in Nur. Management. 2020; 8(3):257-259. doi: 10.5958/2454-2652.2020.00056.6
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