How often do nurses check on patients in the hospital during the night?

7 Answers

  • Libraryanna
    1 month ago

    It depends on why you are there and what condition you are in. In ICU, they check on you a lot. If you had a baby, not very often.

    If you just had surgery, pretty often. Three days after surgery, not so much.

    Often, they will peek in on you and if you seem to be sleeping okay, they don’t bother you. If you are more acute, they will take your blood pressure or otherwise check on you.

  • ?
    1 month ago

    depends on how severe the patient’s illness or injury, but at a minimum you must get vital signs on a patient every four hours but usually nurses or nursing aids make a check at least once an hour

  • Gringa_uno
    1 month ago

    Just got out of hospital before Christmas, was in Cardiac Intensive care.. Had a supervisor come in before I left and she asked if nurses had been in to check on me hourly… Just nodded my head yes,, didnt wnt to get nobody in trouble,,, The truth was they spent more time at nurses station chatting about christmas. A blood pressure pill that has a water pill added was suppose to be given to me in morning,, They forgot and tried to give it to me at 8:50 pm

  • sparkle00999
    1 month ago

    It seems like 8 times

    1 month ago

    Every 2 hours I guess

  • Sara
    1 month ago

    Where I live, its pretty much every hour, unless the moniters go crazy(flatlines, IV’s, etc) then immediatly.

  • kari t
    1 month ago

    Um, repeatedly. not sure tho

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