Nursing care plan for clients with an aortic aneurysm is to modify risk factors, controlling the BP to prevent strain on the aneurysm, recognizing symptoms early, and preventing the occurrence of a rupture.
Here are four (4) nursing care plans (NCP) for pulmonary embolism:
This includes nursing care plans (NCP) for labor stages, augmentation of labor, and induction of labor.
Nursing plan and goals for fluid and electrolyte imbalances include: maintaining fluid volume at a functional level, patient exhibits normal laboratory values, demonstrates appropriate changes in lifestyle and behaviors including eating patterns and food quantity/quality, re-establishing and maintaining normal pattern and GI functioning.
Nursing care plan for clients with cystic fibrosis includes maintaining adequate oxygenation, promoting measures to remove pulmonary secretions, emphasizing the importance of adequate fluid and dietary intake, ensuring an adequate nutrition, and preventing complications.
Caregiver Role Strain: Difficulty in performing family caregiver role.
Acute Confusion: Abrupt onset of a cluster of global, transient changes and disturbances in attention, cognition, psychomotor activity, level of consciousness, or the sleep/wake cycle.
Impaired Oral Mucous Membrane: Disruption of the lips and/or soft tissue of the oral cavity.
Impaired Verbal Communication: Decreased, reduced, delayed, or absent ability to receive, process, transmit, and use a system of symbols.
Anaphylactic shock is a medical emergency that requires immediate attention and intervention. Nursing care management is dependent on the severity of the initial reaction and the treatment response. Here are four (4) nursing care plans (NCP) for Anaphylactic Shock: