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What are some nursing interventions of hypoxia?
1. Oxygenate - nasal cannula or mask
2. Place in high fowlers position
4. Medicate as ordered
2. Place in high fowlers position
4. Medicate as ordered
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TCDB, Fluids to loosen secretions, PRN suctioning, Oxygen
Nursing interventions for acute gastroenteritis include: Assessment of pain location and intensity.Assessment of bowel sounds.Observe for vomiting / diarrhea.Measure I/O.Admi…nister medications as ordered.Manage IVs if ordered.Teach why it helps to rest the gut with NPO or restricted intake.Teach why re-introduction of liquids is first, with solid foods last.Assess and teach contributing factors and ways to prevent a re-occurrence (unless caused by viral or bacterial infection).
Cholelithiasis is the presence of one or more calculi (gallstones) in the gallbladder. Interventions for Cholelithiasis would involve comforting the patients pain, via p…ain medication. Drink plenty of fluids, and eat a balanced/nutritious diet that is low on fat. Fat in the digestive tract causes bile to be secreted, which bile comes from the gallbladder. If bile is being secreted, this can cause a calculi to get stuck in the bile duct, which is what causes the patient to have pain in the first place. Pain is acute and can last as long as 6 to 24 hours after onset. Most patients that experience a gallbladder attack end up going to the Emergency Room because the pain is so severe.
Nursing interventions are things that nurses do in caring for patients. This includes communications, therapies and treatments, procedures, and other things. Nursing Interve…ntion in one stage of the Nursing Process which includes Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning, Intervention, and Evaluation. There is a loose taxonomy called the Nursing Interventions Classification [NIC] system which assigns particular common tasks to categories and clusters; this is being used more and more within electronic computer informatics systems for care delivery, research, and evidence-based practice.
1. monitor v/s(vital signs)- paying particular attention to heart rate and rhythm. (some patients are chronic for their a-fib) and then there is controlled a-fib and unc…ontrolled a-fib) making a note of if and when the patient converted to a sinus rhythm based on if the doctor has ordered any drips(ie: cardizem or amio) 2. educate on medications: pt may be placed on amiodarone and asa long term to manage blood consistency. 3. educate on diagnostic tests: EKG, Echo 4. and if placed on coumadin make sure pt knows signs and symptoms of toxicity and to make their appts for lab checks, ie: PT/PTT/INR(coagulations) Hope this helps. Tamara MSN,RN
lots of clear liquid, rest, make sure that your unrinating as usual. if not that could lead to severe dehydration and may need to get iv fluids to get your levels up qui…cker.
The patient needs all the rest in bed as well as bathroom and urine in the bed with bed pans. Lots of liquids and help to stay calm. Needs a bowel softner like… olive oil Moveing all the arms and legs and massaging them This answer is helped by info from http://www.cidpusa.org
Aspirin, cool cloth on pulse points (wrist, neck)
administer oxygen to prevent sickling and organ damage. minimize patient exertion -have them lie down administer fluids and electrolytes to reduce blood viscosity
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I'm not completely clear on your question, whether you mean in the field or in a hospital setting. Remember your ABC's: Airway, Breathing, Circulation. Typically, a nurse's jo…b in the hospital setting is assisting with airway management, CPR, giving medications, and establishing IV access.
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nurses check joints and check for deformities, immobility, inability to perform daily activities. They monitor vital signs and taking note of changes in weight, sensory dist…urbances, and levels of pain. as well as administering analgesics, as prescribed watching out for adverse effects. nursing also keep a close eye on any skin problems that may occur. they help patients understand diagnostic tests and procedures. The duration of morning stiffness needs to be monitored by them, which reflects disease's severity more accurately. We apply splints carefully and observe for pressure sores if patients are in traction or wearing splints. they help the patient patient and the family understand that RA is a chronic disease requiring major changes in life-style, and that there is no cure. We urge patient to keep moving ,control their weight as weight just put more stress on joints. Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Rheumatoid Arthritis Nursing Diagnosis Pain (Acute / Chronic) Related to: Tissue distension by fluid accumulation / inflammationJoint destruction. Can be evidenced by : Complaints of pain, discomfort, fatigue. Self-focusing / narrowing of focusBehavior distraction / autonomic responseBehavior that is carefully / protect Expected Result / criteria for evaluation of patients will : Showed pain relief / controlLooks relaxed, sleep / rest and participate in activities according to ability.Follow the program prescribed pharmacologicalCombining the skills of relaxation and entertainment activities into a program of pain control. Nursing Interventions and Rational for Rheumatoid Arthritis : Assess complaints of pain, note the location and intensity (scale 0-10). Note factors that accelerate and signs of pain non-verbal. Rational: To assist in determining the need for pain management and program effectiveness. Give a hard mattress, small pillows, bed linen Elevate as needed. Rational: A soft mattress, large pillows, will prevent the maintenance of proper body alignment, placing stress on joints that hurt. Elevation of bed linen lowering the pressure in the inflamed joints / pain. Place / monitor the use of pillows, sandbags, splint, brace. Rational: Resting sore joints and maintain a neutral position. Use of the brace can reduce pain and can reduce damage to the joints. Suggest to frequently change positions, Help to move in bed, prop a pain in the joints above and below, avoid jerky movements. Rationale: Prevent the occurrence of general fatigue and joint stiffness. Stabilize the joint, reducing the movement / pain in the joints. Instruct the patient to a warm bath or shower at the time awake and / or at bedtime. Provide a warm washcloth to compress the joints are sick several times a day. Monitor water temperature, water bath, and so on. Rational: Heat increases muscle relaxation, and mobility, reduce pain and release the stiffness in the morning. Sensitivity to heat can be removed and dermal wound can be healed. Give a massage. Rationale: Increase relaxation / pain relief. Encourage the use of stress management techniques, such as progressive relaxation, therapeutic touch, biofeed back, visualization, imagination guidelines, self hypnosis, and breath control. Rationale: Increase relaxation, giving a sense of control and possibly enhance the coping abilities. Engage in activities of entertainment that is appropriate for individual situations. Rational: To focus attention again, provide stimulation, and increased self-confidence and feeling healthy. Give the drug prior to activity / exercise that is planned as directed. Rationale: Increase relaxation, reduce muscle tension / spasm, making it easier to participate in therapy. Collaboration: Give medicines as directed. Rational: As an anti-inflammatory and mild analgesic effect in reducing stiffness and improving mobility.Give ice-cold compress if needed Rational: The cold can relieve pain and swelling during the acute period.
Assess vital signs. Administer oxygen 2-3l/min
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