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Nursing Care Plans : Diagnoses, Interventions, And Outcomes

Nursing Care Plans : Diagnoses, Interventions, And Outcomes

Nursing care plans : diagnoses, interventions, and outcomes St. Louis : Elsevier/Mosby, c2014 [i.e. 2013]. Machine generated contents note: 1.Using Nursing Care Plans to Individualize and Improve Care -- 2.Nursing Diagnosis Care Plans -- Activity Intolerance -- Ineffective Airway Clearance -- Latex Allergy Response, evolve Anxiety -- Risk for Aspiration -- Risk for Bleeding -- Risk for Unstable Blood Glucose Level -- Disturbed Body Image -- Bowel Incontinence -- Ineffective Breathing Pattern -- Decreased Cardiac Output -- Caregiver Role Strain -- Impaired Verbal Communication -- Chronic Confusion -- Constipation -- Ineffective Coping -- Impaired Dentition -- Diarrhea -- Risk for Electrolyte Imbalance -- Disturbed Energy Field, evolve Risk for Falls -- Interrupted Family Processes -- Fatigue -- Fear -- Deficient Fluid Volume -- Excess Fluid Volume -- Impaired Gas Exchange -- Grieving -- Complicated Grieving -- Ineffective Health Maintenance -- Impaired Home Maintenance -- Hopelessness -- Hyperthermia, evolve -- Hypothermia, evolve -- Functional Urinary Incontinence -- Contents note continued: Reflex Urinary Incontinence? -- Stress Urinary Incontinence -- Urge Urinary Incontinence -- Risk for Infection -- Insomnia -- Decreased Intracranial Adaptive Capacity -- Deficient Knowledge -- Sedentary Lifestyle -- Impaired Memory -- Impaired Physical Mobility -- Nausea -- Noncompliance -- Imbalanced Nutrition: Less Than Body Requirements -- Imbalanced Nutrition: More Than Body Requirements -- Impaired Oral Mucous Membrane -- Acute Pain -- Chronic Pain -- Post-Trauma Syndrome -- Powerlessness -- Rape-Trauma Syndrome -- Relocation Stress Syndrome -- Self-Care Deficit -- Situational Low Self-Esteem -- Disturbed Sensory Perception: Auditory -- Disturbed Sensory Perception: Visual -- Continue reading >>

Nanda Nursing Interventions

Nanda Nursing Interventions

3 Nursing Care Plan Diabetes Mellitus - Diagnosis, Interventions and Rational 1. Nursing Diagnosis : Fluid Volume Deficit related to osmotic diuresis. Demonstrate adequate hydration evidenced by stable vital signs, palpable peripheral pulse, skin turgor and capillary refill well, individually appropriate urinary output, and electrolyte levels within normal limits. Rational: hypovolemia can be manifested by hypotension and tachycardia. 2.) Assess peripheral pulses, capillary refill, skin turgor, and mucous membranes. Rational: This is an indicator of the level of dehydration, or an adequate circulating volume. 3.) Monitor input and output, record the specific gravity of urine. Rational: To provide estimates of the need for fluid replacement, renal function, and effectiveness of the therapy given. Rational: To provide the best assessment of fluid status of ongoing and further to provide a replacement fluid. Rational: The type and amount of liquid depends on the degree of lack of fluids and the response of individual patients. 2. Nursing Diagnosis : Imbalanced Nutrition Less than Body Requirments related to insufficiency of insulin, decreased oral input. Digest the amount of calories / nutrients right 1.) Determine the patient's diet and eating patterns and compared with food that can be spent by the patient. Rationale: Identify deficiencies and deviations from the therapeutic needs. 2.) Weigh weight per day or as indicated. Rational: Assessing an adequate food intake (including absorption and utilization). 3.) Identification of preferred food / desired include the needs of ethnic / cultural. Rational: If the patient's food preferences can be included in meal planning, this cooperation can be pursued after discharge. 4.) Involve patients in planning the family meal as ind Continue reading >>

Ineffective Health Maintenance, Deficient Knowledge Regarding Treatment And Control Of Disease Processes

Ineffective Health Maintenance, Deficient Knowledge Regarding Treatment And Control Of Disease Processes

Client will arrange to have a home health practitioner visit him within two weeks of discharge. Student nurse will provide client information on home health services to help him choose one that will work for him. Student nurse will encourage client to make appointment with home health before leaving the hospital to ensure a) he doesnt forget and b) he has access to a healthcare team to answer questions he may have. Student nurse will involve clients wife in conversations about home health and lifestyle changes to create a support system for him. Client has made appointment with a home health agency to visit his home on [date]. Clients wife demonstrates an eagerness to help with the improvement of her husbands health by making lifestyle changes along with him. Goal met. The home health information provided to the client helped him find an agency that seemed to work for him financially. Client was grateful for the guidance and support. Deficient knowledge regarding treatment and control of disease processes Client will demonstrate an understanding of his condition by naming 3 lifestyle changes he will implement after discharge by 1500 on [date]. Student nurse will educate client on how his medical diagnoses relate to his current condition to help him better understand how the disease processes work together. Student nurse will offer suggestions on lifestyle changes that may be may including diet, exercise, and diabetes maintenance that can easily be worked into his current routine to help him become willing to make changes. Student nurse will make a reminder card for client to keep with him to remind him to make healthful choices daily. Client seems willing to make changes to his current lifestyle and has communicated that he wishes to maintain the health he still has at Continue reading >>

Ineffective Health Maintenance: Nanda Nursing Diagnosis Andnursing Care Plan

Ineffective Health Maintenance: Nanda Nursing Diagnosis Andnursing Care Plan

Ineffective Health Maintenance: Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins. Ineffective Health Maintenance: Nanda Nursing Diagnosis andNursing Care Plan Ineffective health maintenance is defined as the state of a person wherein he or she is unable to identify, manage and ask help in maintaining his/her healthy well-being. Health maintenance is a very crucial process to a person because he/she needs to maintain a healthy body with proper functioning at all times. It is a crucial process because it entails a lot of resources in maintaining ones health. There are a lot of factors which may lead to ineffective health maintenance. These factors are the lack of financial resources, lack of knowledge on correct and proper health practices, inability in meeting the basic needs and lack of adaptive behaviors on changes in the environment. These are the possible causes which may impede the maintenance of ones health. Lack of financial support or resources is one of the major factors in health maintenance. Because being healthy means eating the right kind and amount of food needed by the body, takin necessary food supplements and undergoing routine check-ups. These entail a lot of money wherein if a person doesnt have such, these will not be met. Causative/Related Factors to Ineffective health maintenance: Defining Characteristics ofIneffective health maintenance Patients verbalization of the lack of financial resources Patient shows poor understanding of maintaining ones health Observed inability to meet the basic needs of life including the needed medications Contradicting cultural, religious and health benefits 1. asses the clients thoughts, feelings, beliefs, values and reasons of not doing the recommended plan of care It will deter Continue reading >>

Ineffective Management Of Therapeutic Regimen: Individual

Ineffective Management Of Therapeutic Regimen: Individual

Ineffective Management of Therapeutic Regimen: Individual Ineffective Management of Therapeutic Regimen: Individual Excessive demands made on individual or family Inadequate number and types of cues to action As evidenced by: [Check those that apply] Choices of daily living ineffective for meeting the goals of treatment or prescription program Verbalized difficulty with prescribed regimen Verbalization by patient that he or she did not follow prescribed regimen describes intention to follow prescribed regimen. describes or demonstrates required competencies. Note: you need to indicate time frame/target as objective must be measurable. Assess for related factors that may negatively affect success with following regimen. Knowledge of causative factors provides direction for subsequent intervention. This may range from financial constraints to physical limitations. Assess patient's individual perceptions of their health problems. According to the Health Belief Model, patient's perceived susceptibility to and perceived seriousness and threat of disease affect his or her compliance with the program. Assess patient's confidence in his or her ability to perform desired behavior. According to the self-efficacy theory, positive conviction that one can successfully execute a behavior is correlated with performance and successful outcome. Assess patient's ability to learn or remember the desired health-related activity. Cognitive impairments need to be identified so an appropriate alternative plan can be devised. Include patient in planning the treatment regimen. Patients who become co-managers of their care have a greater stake in achieving a positive outcome. Inform patient of the benefits of adherence to prescribed regimen. Simplify the regimen. Suggest long-acting forms of me Continue reading >>

Nursing Interventions And Rationales For Ineffective Health Maintenance?

Nursing Interventions And Rationales For Ineffective Health Maintenance?

Nursing Interventions and Rationales for Ineffective Health Maintenance? I am a very tired nursing student. I am writing a fictitious case study about non-compliant diabetic. The nursing diagnosis is "Ineffective Health Maintenance". Please help me brainstorm some interventions and their rationales. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Best Answer: Ineffective Health Maintenance r/t Once you identify your non-compliant behaviors and the reason behind them, then you can start brainstorming interventions. Non-compliant diabetic patients could have the following issues: - non compliant on diet (eating too much sugar, simple carbs, etc.) - non compliant on medications (forgetting to take them? disregarding them? unaware of why they need to take them -- education issue?) - non compliant to checking their sugars regularly (afraid of needles? forgetting? disregarding?) - non compliant on foot care -- (they walk around in bare feet a lot, not using proper shoes, not doing visual checks for sores or cuts) Since this is fictitious then I assume you can create the reasons why your patient is non-compliant using some of the examples I used above. If your patient is the "forgetful" kind, then your interventions could be geared towards that...such as helping patient come up with a daily schedule, getting a calendar, getting an alarm clock to remind them of meds, giving them a pill box with the days of the week, etc. If they are just the disregarding kind, perhaps they need more education. You have to foster your interventions towards the patient in question. So you kind of need to start there. I am writing to tell you what an incredible impact these methods had on my life! I have had type 2 diabetes for 27 years. For me, the worst part Continue reading >>

13+ Diabetes Mellitus Nursing Care Plans

13+ Diabetes Mellitus Nursing Care Plans

Hyperglycemia results when there is an inadequate amount of insulin to glucose. Excess glucose in the blood creates an osmotic effect that results in increased thirst, hunger, and increased urination. The patient may also report nonspecific symptoms of fatigue and blurred vision . Assess blood glucose level before meals and at bedtime. Blood glucose should be between 140 to 180 mg/dL. Non-intensive care patients should be maintained at pre-meal levels <140 mg/dL. Monitor patients HbA1c-glycosylated hemoglobin . This is a measure of blood glucose over the previous 2 to 3 months. A level of 6.5% to 7% is desirable. Assess for anxiety , tremors, and slurring of speech. Treat hypoglycemia with 50% dextrose. These are signs of hypoglycemia and D50 is treatment for it. Assess feet for temperature, pulses, color, and sensation. To monitor peripheral perfusion and neuropathy. Assess the patients current knowledge and understanding about the prescribed diet. Nonadherence to dietary guidelines can result in hyperglycemia. An individualized diet plan is recommended. Physical activity helps lower blood glucose levels. Regular exercise isa core part of diabetes management and reduces risk for cardiovascular complications. A patient with type 2 DM who uses insulin as part of the treatment plan is at increased risk for hypoglycemia. Manifestations of hypoglycemia may vary among individuals but are consistent in the same individual. The signs are theresult of both increased adrenergic activity and decreased glucose delivery to the brain, therefore, the patient may experienced tachycardia, diaphoresis, dizziness, headache, fatigue , and visual changes. Adherence to the therapeutic regimen promotes tissue perfusion . Keeping glucose in the normal range slows progression of microvascular Continue reading >>

Nursing Care Plans For Ineffective Health Maintenance

Nursing Care Plans For Ineffective Health Maintenance

Nursing Care Plans For Ineffective Health maintenance Nursing Diagnosis: Ineffective Health maintenance NANDA Definition: The inability to identify, manage, or seek out help to maintain health Defining Characteristics: History of lack of health-seeking behavior; reported or observed lack of equipment, financial, and/or other resources; reported or observed impairment of personal support systems; expressed interest in improving health behaviors; demonstrated lack of knowledge regarding basic health practices; demonstrated lack of adaptive behaviors to internal and external environmental changes; reported or observed inability to take responsibility for meeting basic health practices in any or all functional pattern areas Related Factors: Disabled family coping, perceptual-cognitive impairment (complete or partial lack of gross or fine motor skills); lack of or significant alteration in communication skills (written, verbal, or gestural); unachieved developmental tasks; lack of material resources; dysfunctional grieving; disabling spiritual distress; inability to make deliberate and thoughtful judgments; ineffective coping NOC Outcomes (Nursing Outcomes Classification) Discusses fear of or blocks to implementing a health regimen Follows mutually agreed upon health care maintenance plan Meets goals for health care maintenance NIC Interventions (Nursing Interventions Classification) Assess client's feelings, values, and reasons for not following prescribed plan of care. See Related Factors. A factor to assess when examining client responsibility is the level of dissatisfaction with current lifestyle and readiness for change. Assess for family patterns, economic issues, and cultural patterns that influence compliance with a given medical regimen. Responsiveness to clients e Continue reading >>

Chapter 12: Diagnosing

Chapter 12: Diagnosing

Descriptors are words used to give additional meaning to a nursing diagnosis. Which statement appropriately identifies an at-risk nursing diagnosis for a woman 78 years of age who is confined to bed? Ineffective airway clearance related to bed rest Potential for pneumonia related to inactivity Risk for impaired skin integrity related to bed rest Risk for impaired skin integrity related to bed rest An at-risk nursing diagnosis, as defined by NANDA-I, "describes human responses to health conditions/life processes that may develop in a vulnerable individual, family, or community." A client with diabetes mellitus has been admitted to the hospital in diabetic ketoacidosis. During the admission assessment of the client, the nurse learns that the client is not following the prescribed therapeutic regimen. The client states, "I don't really have diabetes. My doctor overreacts." What is the most appropriate diagnosis for this client's health problem? Risk for Unstable Blood Glucose related to client's reluctance to manage the diabetic regimen Ineffective Health Maintenance related to client's denial of illness Risk for Injury related to client's mismanagement of disease Ineffective Coping related to client's inability to manage the diabetic regimen Ineffective Health Maintenance related to client's denial of illness The most appropriate diagnosis is Ineffective Health Maintenance related to client's denial of illness. The data point to the fact that the client is not managing the diabetes, since the client is denying that a problem exists. The client is at risk for unstable blood glucose, but the client's denial is the underlying problem. Risk for Injury relates to safety issues. It is also inappropriate documentation to say the client is "mismanaging" the illness. Ineffective Continue reading >>

Factors Related To Nursing Diagnosis, Ineffective Self-health Management, Among Diabetics

Factors Related To Nursing Diagnosis, Ineffective Self-health Management, Among Diabetics

Factors related to nursing diagnosis, ineffective self-health management, among diabetics * Fatores relacionados ao diagnstico de enfermagem autocontrole ineficaz da sade entre diabticos Factores relacionados al diagnstico de enfermera autocontrol ineficaz de la salud entre diabticos Roberto Wagner Jnior Freire de FreitasI; Mrcio Flvio Moura de ArajoII; Niciane Bandeira Pessoa MarinhoIII; Marta Maria Coelho DamascenoIV; Joselany fio CaetanoIV; Marli Teresinha Gimeniz GalvoIV IMaster in Nursing. Assistant Professor of Universidade Federal do Piau - UFPI - Floriano (PI), Brazil IIMaster in Nursing. Graduate Student (PhD) of the Nursing Post-Graduation Program, Universidade Federal do Cear - UFC - Fortaleza (CE), Brazil. Assistant Professor I of Universidade Federal do Maranho - UFMA - Imperatriz - (MA), Brazil IIIMaster in Nursing. Specialist in diabetes and hypertension IVPhD in Nursing. Professor of the Nursing Post-Graduation Program, Universidade Federal do Cear - UFC - Fortaleza (CE), Brazil OBJECTIVE: To investigate the related factors of the nursing diagnosis, ineffective self-health management, in clients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus treated with oral antidiabetic (AO), receiving primary health care services, according to gender. METHODS: A secondary analysis of database research conducted between January and July 2009, in the homes of 377 users of 12 family health centers in Fortaleza-CE. To determine the presence of the nursing diagnosis, an analogy was made between the test questions Measure Treatment Adherence and four of the five defining characteristics of the diagnostic search. RESULTS: Men had a greater sense of powerlessness (30.4%) than women (18.4%) about the need for taking the AO (p = 0.034). Women were better able to understand the benefits of taki Continue reading >>

Nursing Care Plan And Diagnosis For Diabetes

Nursing Care Plan And Diagnosis For Diabetes

Nursing Care Plan and Diagnosis for Diabetes This nursing care plan is for patients who have diabetes. Diabetes is where the body is unable to control blood sugar levels due to either the body not being able to produce enough insulin or because the body is resistant to insulin. A normal blood sugar level ranges between 70-150. Anything below 70 is considered hypoglycemia and anything above 150 is considered hyperglycemia. In this care plan we will be talking about hyperglycemia. In patients who havea high blood sugar the classic three Ps will present such as polyuria, polydipsia, and polyphagia. Uncontrolled diabetes is mostly common caused by patient knowledge deficient of notknowing how to manage their diabetes properly.Many patients lack the knowledge about diet regimes, how to give insulin properly, sliding scale dosages, common signs and symptoms of high blood sugar, dosing insulin when sick,and how insulin works. It is the nurses responsibility to educate the patient about diabetes. Some doctors will educate the patient but many times this falls to the nurse. Remember that uncontrolled diabetes can lead to blindness, peripheral vascular disease, and heart problems. Below is a nursing care plan with diagnosis and nursing interventions/goals for patients with diabetes. What are nursing care plans? How do you develop a nursing care plan? What nursing care plan book do you recommend helping you develop a nursing care plan? This care plan is listed to give an example of how a Nurse (LPN or RN) may plan to treat a patient with those conditions. Important Disclosure: Please keep in mind that these care plans are listed for Example/Educational purposes only, and some of these treatments may change over time. Do not treat a patient based on this care plan. Care Plans are Continue reading >>

Nursing Diagnoses Determined By Second Year Students

Nursing Diagnoses Determined By Second Year Students

Received date: December 19, 2016; Accepted date: January 03, 2017; Published date: January 10, 2017 Citation: Demir Doan M (2017) Nursing Diagnoses Determined by Second Year Students. J Pat Care 3:125. doi:10.4172/2573-4598.1000125 Copyright: 2017 Demir Doan M. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Objective: Nursing diagnoses used to determine existing or potential health problems in professional nursing care. The aim of this study to determine the skill of second year students in defining nursing diagnoses. Methods: A scenario which contain 15 nursing diagnoses was prepared by the teachers and were given a student characteristics form and 2011 NANDA nursing diagnosis with scenario. Findings: Students mean age was 19.93 1.18 and most of students were female (71.2%). The students were determined 13 out of the 15 nursing diagnoses. Conclusion: Students were successful in half identified the majority of nursing diagnoses. Assess what stage we are at identifying nursing diagnoses will contribute to the development of nursing education. Nursing; Nursing diagnosis; Student; NANDA; Education ; Scenario; Nursing practice The meaning of nursing is the protection, promotion, and optimization of health, prevention of illness and injury, and protected right of people, families and populations in the care [ 1 ]. A nurse; while maintaining the care of the patient and family, uses the nursing diagnoses and nursing care plans. Preparing nursing care plans is a scientific problem solving method and includes assessment of patient, selecting nursing diagnosis, determining outcomes, planning, Continue reading >>

Table Of Contents: Nursing Care Plans :

Table Of Contents: Nursing Care Plans :

Nursing care plans : nursing diagnosis and intervention / Using Nursing Care Plans to Individualize and Improve Care Imbalanced Nutrition: Less Than Body Requirements Imbalanced Nutrition: More Than Body Requirements Ineffective Tissue Perfusion: Peripheral, Cardiopulmonary, Cerebral Coronary Bypass/Valve Surgery: Immediate Postoperative Care Femoral-Popliteal Bypass: Immediate Postoperative Care Myocardial Infarction: Acute Phase (1 To 3 Days) Percutaneous Coronary Intervention: PTCA, Atherectomy, Stents Chronic Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Near-Drowning, Care Plan provided on Evolve website Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Care Plan provided on Evolve website Cerebral Artery Aneurysm: Preoperative/Unclipped Myasthenia Gravis, Care Plan provided on Evolve website Gastrointestinal and Digestive Care Plans Bowel Diversion Surgery: Ostomy, Postoperative Care Cholecystectomy: Laparoscopic/Open, Postoperative Care Hemorrhoids/Hemorrhoidectomy, Care Plan provided on Evolve website Arthroplasty/Replacement: Total Hip, Knee, Shoulder Hematolymphatic, Immunological, and Oncological Care Plans Blood Component Therapy, Care Plan provided on Evolve website Central Venous Access Devices, Care Plan provided on Evolve website Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC) Hematopoietic Stem Cell Collection, Care Plan provided on Evolve website Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT) Hemophilia, Care Plan provided on Evolve website Lymphoma: Hodgkin's Disease; Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Sickle Cell Disease (Crisis and Maintenance) Continue reading >>

Ineffective Health Maintenance Related To Diabetes | Trish Blog

Ineffective Health Maintenance Related To Diabetes | Trish Blog

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Nursing Care Plan For Diabetes

Nursing Care Plan For Diabetes

Diabetes is really prevalent. Just recall all the patients you saw today and theres probably a handful of them who are diabetic. According to the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health PromotionDivision of Diabetes Translation, up to 30.3 million people in the United States have diabetes. Because of how prevalent it is, nurses need to be highly knowledgeable and skilled when it comes to educating and caring for their patients. That includes preparing the right nursing care plan for diabetes. Diabetes ordiabetes mellitusis a metabolic disease where blood glucose levels are abnormally high. Symptoms of high blood glucose levels include: In general, there are three types of diabetes and each one varies in terms of treatment and management. Type 1 diabetes is also called insulin-dependent and juvenile-onset diabetes. This type of diabetes often begins early in childhood. Its an autoimmune disorder where the bodys immune system attacks its own pancreas, inhibiting its capacity to produce insulin. Type 2 diabetes accounts for the 95% of diabetes cases in the US. Onset is usually late in adulthood. It happens when the pancreas is unable to produce adequate insulin to meet the bodys needs or when the bodys cells become resistant to it. Type 2 diabetes can be managed with lifestyle and diet changes as well as intake of oral hypoglycemic agents (OHAs). Gestational diabetes is characterized by pregnancy-induced insulin resistance. It affects roughly 2% to 10% of pregnancies. Diabetic patients need complex nursing care. Here are some of the most important NCPs for diabetes: 1. Deficient knowledge regarding disease process, treatment, and individual care needs verbal statements of concerns or misconceptions improper or inadequate follow-through of instructions de Continue reading >>

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