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  • 1. Classification of Patient Care
  • 2. Classification of Patient Care
    • Class I – Self Care Patient
      • The patient is ambulatory and can do activities o0f daily living without the help of a nursing personnel. Example: 1) Patient for executive check – up, 2)Patients for Gyne – OB clearance, 3) Ante – partal patients without complications
  • 3.
    • Class II – Partial Care Patient
      • Patient is ambulatory but by reason of disability or therapeutic management, he may need assistance from a nursing personnel to do activities of daily living.
      • Example: 1) Patient with intravenous infusion, 2) Post CS 3 & 4 th day, 3) Post fractional or diagnostic Dilatation and Curretage
  • 4. Classification of Patient Care
    • Class III – Complete Care Patient
      • Patient who may have disturbance in the level of consciousness and / or debilitating conditions and may need complete care for the performance of activities of daily living.
      • Example: 1) Post CS 1 st & 2 nd day, 2) Premature contractions, 3) Gyne patients on chemotherapy, 4) Post partum profuse bleeding
  • 5. Classification of Patient Care
    • Class IV – Critical Care Patient
      • Patient who may or who may not have disturbance in the level of consciousness but may have restrictions in activities brought by diseases and may need complete care for the performance of the activities of daily living.
      • Example: 1)Patient with Myocardial Infarction, 2) Post ICCU patient, 3) Any OB / Gyne with complications (Pre – eclamptic / Fetal distress)‏