Anaphylactic Shock Concept Map

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Anaphylactic Shock
Medical Diagnosis:
Shock
Anaphylactic Shock
Medical Diagnosis:
Shock
Nursing interventions
1.Nurse will perform patient teaching on avoiding further exposure to antigens. 2.Nurse will perform patient/family teaching on how to administer emergency medications to treat anaphylaxis. Nursing interventions

1.Nurse will perform patient teaching on avoiding further exposure to antigens. 2.Nurse will perform patient/family teaching on how to administer emergency medications to treat anaphylaxis. 3. Nurse will always observe patient for allergic reaction during new medication administration. 4. Nurse will assess patient for allergies or previous reactions to antigens and communicate the existence of allergies or reactions to others. 3. Nurse will always observe patient for allergic reaction during new medication administration. 4. Nurse will assess patient for allergies or previous reactions to antigens and communicate the existence of allergies or reactions to others. Expected Outcomes

1. Removing the causative antigen.
2. Restore vascular tone
3. Reverse histamine induced bronchospasm.
4. Avoid cardiac and respiratory arrest.
Expected Outcomes
5. Removing the causative antigen.
6. Restore vascular tone
7. Reverse histamine induced bronchospasm.
8. Avoid cardiac and respiratory arrest.
Nursing Diagnosis
1. Impaired gas exchange related to shortness of breath.
2. Decreased cardiac output related to vasodilation.

Nursing Diagnosis
3. Impaired gas exchange related to shortness of breath.
4. Decreased cardiac output related to vasodilation.

Collaborative Diagnosis
1.Systemic vascular collapse
Collaborative Diagnosis
1.Systemic vascular collapse
Risk Factors
1.Penicillin sensitivity
2.Transfusion reaction
3.Bee sting allergy
4.Severe allergy to some foods or medications
Risk Factors
1.Penicillin sensitivity
2.Transfusion reaction
3.Bee sting allergy
4.Severe...
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