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Fluid status monitoring: A good program starts with CNAs

PPS Alert for Long-Term Care, November 1, 2008

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Empowering certified nursing assistants (CNA) to recognize and report early signs of dehydration, creating an environment of open communication among staff members, and taking an interdisciplinary approach to providing fluids are the keys to implementing a good fluid status monitoring program at your facility and avoiding citations for F327, Hydration.

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