This guide provides a comprehensive overview of DVT nursing care plans and nursing diagnoses, including common symptoms, nursing interventions, nursing management, and treatment options.
This guide is designed to assist you in developing a comprehensive nursing care plan and implementing appropriate interventions for patients at risk for bleeding or those with hemophilia. By considering their unique needs and promoting their overall well-being, you can provide optimal care. Gain a thorough understanding of the nursing assessment, diagnosis, and interventions required to effectively manage bleeding risk.
The following are the common nursing care planning and goals for clients with DIC: maintenance of hemodynamic status, maintenance of intact skin and oral mucosa, maintenance of fluid balance, maintenance of tissue perfusion, prevention of complications. Here are four (4) nursing care plans (NCP) for disseminated intravascular coagulation:
The nursing goals of a client with a peptic ulcer disease include reducing or eliminating contributing factors, promoting comfort measures, promoting optimal nutrition, decreasing anxiety with increased knowledge of disease, management, and prevention of ulcer recurrence and preventing complications. Here are five (5) nursing care plans (NCP) for peptic ulcer disease:
Care plan for a child with osteosarcoma includes prevention of injury, improved condition of oral mucous membranes, relief from anxiety and absence of complications. Here are four (4) nursing care plans (NCP) for osteogenic sarcoma (Osteosarcoma).
Nursing care plan goals for a client with postpartum thrombophlebitis include enhance tissue perfusion, facilitate resolution of thrombus, promote optimal comfort, prevent complications and provide information and emotional support. Here are four (4) nursing care plans (NCP) for postpartum thrombophlebitis:
The nursing care plan goals for a child with Wilms tumor include: prevention of injury, improved condition of oral mucous membranes, comprehension of the disease and its management, and absence of complications.
Nurse care planning for a client with prenatal hemorrhage include assess maternal/fetal condition, maintain circulatory fluid volume, assist with efforts to nurture the pregnancy, if possible, avoid complications, provide emotional support to the client/couple, and provide knowledge on short- and long-term complications of the hemorrhage. Here are seven (7) nursing care plans (NCP) for prenatal hemorrhage.