one-to-one care

one-to-one care

a method of organizing nursing services in an inpatient care unit by which one registered nurse assumes responsibility for all nursing care provided one patient for the duration of one shift.
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The manager said, due to the type of dementia, she would have to place her on 24/7 one-to-one care.
When we have a number of the very sickest children in the neonatal intensive care unit we have to deliver one-to-one care, which reduces the number of babies we can care for.
She was also given one-to-one care while on Morris Ward but ward manager Sharon Jones told the inquest that she decided to withdraw that on September 29 because Mrs Hughes was mobile and less confused.
This is money that could be better spent on one-to-one care on dementia patients, according to the investigation by the Alzheimer's Society.
Using records to help predict requirements, hospital boards should assess staffing levels to make sure mothers receive one-to-one care.
By the morning he was on Ward 5L in a single bedroom with almost one-to-one care.
COVENTRY'S new birth centre will open next month, offering women one-to-one care from midwives in a more relaxing environment.
Stays at Butterwick House for respite can be up to a week long, throughout the year, and can be booked in advance or if there's an emergency at home, then arrangements can be made for the young person to come and spend some time with us and our one-to-one care.
This will improve the cost-effectiveness of the service, which currently is only available through one-to-one care.
The money raised through the Claire House Lottery has so far helped pay for 30 children to receive one-to-one care by the hospice's specialist nursing team.
And many of them had not been given the one-to-one care that was accepted as the standard.