Where are some nursing diagnosis for peritonitis?
Pain r/t infectious process
Nursing diagnosis for endocarditis
what are thre nursing diagnosis for cellulitis
what are the rare nursing diagnosis of diabetic ketoacidosis?
The primary nursing diagnosis is "fluid volume deficit"because of the hemorrage. The secondary nursing diagnosis could be- "pain, anxiety or anticipatory grieving at the loss of the fetus".
medical diagnosis illness focused whereas nursing diagnosis care focussed or patient focussed
Hyperkalemia is a medical diagnosis.
nursing diagnosis for rubella
Acute pain would be the only nursing diagnosis you could use...most teachers do not like pain as a diagnosis, but if you can make a good argument with your interventions then go for it
no. hypertension is a specific condition that is a physician's diagnosis.
Nada J. Estes has written: 'Nursing diagnosis of the alcoholic person' -- subject(s): Alcoholism, Diagnosis, Nursing texts, Psychiatric nursing 'Alcoholism'
Leslie D. Atkinson has written: 'Clinical guide to care planning' -- subject(s): Nursing Assessment, Nursing care plans, Nursing diagnosis, Patient Care Planning 'Understanding the nursing process' -- subject(s): Nursing, Nursing Care, Nursing Process, Nursing diagnosis, Outlines
i think it's not. it' s a doctor's diagnosis already
AEB is related to nursing diagnosis titled by As Evidence By, this is where you will lists your symptoms. Utilizing statements by your patients really helps in charting.
Dennis Raymond Crain has written: 'Frequencies of the defining characteristics of a selected nursing diagnosis' -- subject(s): Nursing, Diagnosis
Risk of Injury
Ineffective gas exchange, activity intolerance.
June M. Thompson has written: 'Quick Reference for Clinical Nursing' 'Health assessment' -- subject(s): Diagnosis, Handbooks, Methods, Nursing, Nursing Assessment, Physical Examination, Physical diagnosis 'Quick Reference for Clinical Nursing Three'
A nursing diagnosis is a current or potential problem that the patient has that the nurse can diagnose and treat for the most part independently. For example pain is a nursing diagnosis that may be related to an abdominal incision. The nurse can then come up with a care plan to reduce the patient's pain by repositioning, or having the patient listen to music to relax.
risk for injury
swolen and painfull joints
excess fluid volume
risk for injury
No, it is not. Infection is a medical diagnosis. For infection you should look to the specific case of your client and develop a nursing diagnosis based on their primary concerns. Example: Cellutis would be impaired tissue integrity, pneumonia would be impaired gas exchange.
Nursing Diagnosis for Liver Abscess Impaired Liver Function Acute pain Deficient knowledge (diagnosis and treatment) Imbalanced nutrition: Less than body requirements Risk for impaired skin integrity Risk for infection
Peritonitis is the most common diagnosis to think of when mentioning rigid, board-like abdomen!
In nursing notes and nursing reports, a nurse can assign the level of degree and report her findings to the physician. But a nurse cannot diagnose or assign a diagnosis for medical reimbursement. So therefore, the answer is yes IF it pertains to nursing measures. But the answer is no for medical diagnosis.
A condition known as water on the brain.
Risk for a large baby
impaired nutritinal status
false fixed beliefes
pain related to disease process
The NANDA nursing diagnosis for acute gastroenteritis include symptoms such as diarrhea, acute pain, and deficient levels of fluids. Activity intolerance is also seen in patients with gastroenteritis.
The nursing diagnosis for fracture of the neck or femur is acute pain, decreased mobility, decreased stability and overall crankiness. Fractures need to be treated until self care can be established.
Rick Daniels has written: 'Delmar's manual of laboratory and diagnostic tests' -- subject(s): Diagnosis, Laboratory, Handbooks, manuals, Handbooks, manuals, etc, Laboratory Diagnosis 'Contemporary medical surgical nursing' -- subject(s): Textbooks, Surgical nursing, Nursing
risk for imbalanced nutrition?
Anxiety related to twin pregnancy
innefective tissue perfussion
Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning, Implementation, Evaluation
Fluid Volume Deficit, At risk for
Alteration in Bowel Elimination Related To Ostomy
decreased cardiac output
ineffective coping disturbed thought process