Nursing care planning goals for a child with bronchiolitis include maintenance of effective airway clearance. Here are five (5) nursing care plans (NCP) for bronchiolitis.
Therapeutic goals for a client who has nearly drowned include providing adequate oxygenation, maintaining a patent airway, maintaining cerebral perfusion, continuous monitoring, providing rewarming methods, and absence of complications.
Mechanical ventilation can partially or fully replace spontaneous breathing....
In this guide are pneumonia nursing care plans and nursing diagnosis. Nursing care plan goals for patients with pneumonia includes measures to assist in effective coughing, maintain a patent airway, decreasing viscosity and tenaciousness of secretions, and assist in suctioning.
Nursing care objectives for a client who had undergone tracheostomy includes maintaining a patent airway through proper suctioning of secretions, providing an alternative means of communication, providing information on tracheostomy care, and preventing the occurrence of infection.
Here are four (4) nursing care plans (NCP) for pulmonary embolism:
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.
The nursing care plan (NCP) for ashtma focuses on preventing the hypersensitivity reaction, controlling the allergens, maintaining airway patency and preventing the occurrence of reversible complications. Here are seven (7) nursing care plans (NCP) for bronchial asthma.
Influenza doesn't require hospitalization and patient care usually focuses on the relief of symptoms. Below are the nursing care plans for patients with influenza.
Lung collapse may occur partially or completely because of air (pneumothorax), blood (hemothorax, or other fluids (pleural effusion) collecting in the pleural space.