Nursing Care Plan For Poor Skin Turgor Essays and Term Papers

  • Nursing Care Plan

    Assessment | Nursing Diagnosis | Goals & Expected outcomes | Nursing Interventions | Rationales | Methods of Evaluation | Name of client: Mrs. Tam Age: 65 Sex: Female Student ID:1155016494 Assessment date: 29/11/12 Medical Diagnosis: 1. Lower limbs edema 2. Low albumin level 3....

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  • Focus assessment

    Focus Assessment The purpose of this paper is to document a focused history, physical exam, nursing diagnoses, and nursing process of a case study about a 22-year-old woman that reports as chief complaint : feeling “sick with the flu” for the past 8 days. History...

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  • General Clinical Paperwork

    Student Name: Date of Care:|09/07/2011| Care DataNURSING 250Type only in non-shaded boxes| 1. Sex :F|| Age:69|| Ht:|162.5cm|Wt: 65.8kg|| Advance Directives : None; Husband is POA||Code Status: Verbal DNR; need husbands signature on form; patient has DNR band|| ||| 2. Admitting...

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  • History

    LICEO DE CAGAYAN UNIVERSITY R.N. PELAEZ BLVD. KAUSWAGAN, CDO COLLEGE OF NURSING NCM501202 A Case Study of: Jhunienne Matias Name of the Patient As Partial Requirement for NCM501202 Submitted by: Tan, Kevin John T. NCM501202 student Group A2 March 19, 2009 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction...

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  • Ncp Risk for Fluid Volume Deficit Phototherapy

    Nursing Care Plan Assessment | Nursing Diagnosis | Rationale | Objective/s | Nursing Interventions | Rationale | Evaluation | OBJECTIVE:Clinical jaundice evident within 24 hour of birth | Risk for fluid volume deficit related to phototherapy | Phototherapy enhances the excretion of unconjugated bilirubin...

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  • Congestive Cardiac Failure

    without discomfort NURSING CARE PLANS 1. Nursing Diagnosis - Ineffective breathing patterns related to pulmonary congestion secondary to congestive cardiac failure as evident by orthopnea, rhonchi, wheezing and cough with frothy white sputum. Outcome – After 3- 4 hours of nursing interventions, the...

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  • Patient Tracer Summary

    scheduled to go home with home health providing oversight of antibiotic therapy. In order to be compliant with Joint Commission standards for Record of care, Treatment and services an assessment was done which is outlined below. Introduction The admission assessment is the fundamental baseline assessment...

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  • Diabetes Research

     Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Nursing 220Abstract Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin, a hormone needed to allow glucose to enter cells to produce energy. This paper explores the aspects of the disease as it relates to...

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  • Peds

    the greatest impact on reducing infant mortality in the United States? A) Improvements in perinatal care Feedback: CORRECT The improvements in perinatal care, in particular respiratory care and care of the mother-baby dyad before delivery, have had the greatest impact. B) Decreased incidence of...

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  • Yeah!

    and anyone with an underlying disease are more vulnerable to complications such as dehydration. Bacterial gastroenteritis is frequently a result of poor sanitation, the lack of safe drinking water, or contaminated food—conditions common in developing nations. Natural or man-made disasters can make underlying...

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  • Pediatric Careplan

    Broward College Department of Nursing PATIENT CARE PLAN PATIENT INITIALS | | AGE | 14 months | SEX | | | OTHER MEDICAL DX | Gatroenteritis | ADMITTING DX | Fever, vomiting, diarrhea | DATE | 3/13 | | | | | | | | | | | | | NURSING DIAGNOSIS(in priority order) | PATIENT-CENTERED...

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  • Case Study on Acute Gastroenteritis

    anyone with an underlying disease are more vulnerable to complications such as dehydration. Bacterial gastroenteritis is frequently a result of poor sanitation, the lack of safe drinking water, or contaminated foods. Common types of bacterial gastroenteritis can be linked to Salmonella and Campylobacter bacteria;...

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  • Nurs

    ing | NU 300 Adaption Nursing Model | Nursing Process Project | | Jillynn Hull | 3/9/2011 | Patient history, review of systems, and care plan with use of The Roy Adaptation Model | Patient: HJF Age: 86 Sex: Male Occupation: Retired factory worker. Primary Diagnosis:...

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  • Case Study - Appendicitis

    -D Not Recalled Not Recalled c c A: 20 +S, +D A: 20 +S, +D A: 24 +S, +D A: 24 +S, +D A: 27 -S, -D Skin allergy A: 27 -S, -D Skin allergy A: 42 +S, +D A: 42 +S, +D A: 64 +S, +D HPN, Stroke A: 64 +S, +D HPN, Stroke c c A: 46 -S, +D Asthma ...

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  • Ncp for Dialysy

    Definition Contents [hide] * 1 Definition * 2 Nursing Care Plans * 2.1 Risk for Injury * 2.2 Deficient Fluid Volume * 2.3 Excess Fluid Volume In hemodialysis (HD), blood is shunted through an artificial kidney (dialyzer) for removal of toxins/excess fluid and then returned...

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  • Marys Notes

    PEDIATRIC NURSING | PEDIATRIC NURSING | | GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT: | When does birth length double? | by 4 years | | | | When does the child sit unsupported? | 8 months | | | | When does a child achieve 50% of adult | 2 years | height? | | | | | When does a child throw...

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  • Assessment

    Appendix Assessment Using Functional Health Patterns B2 Refer to Chapter 2 “Assessment,” p. 64: Care Plans Developed after using Functional Health Patterns Assessment Model Client’s name: Mrs. Mary Acosta Age: 55 Are there differences between the Body Systems Model and the Functional Health...

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  • PP Presentor notes for Conceptual Nursing Models

    the years. In the following slides, we will visit some of the main components of Sister Roy’s Adaptation Model of Nursing Concept. We have discussed the many different conceptual nursing models that affect the way we approach how we treat our patients. As a group, we selected Roy’s Adaptation Model (RAM)...

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  • Care Plan

    b DEPARTMENT OF NURSING NURSING CARE PLAN |Student Name: p |Age: 89 ...

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  • Case Study

    Pharmacological treatment include an antihypertensive, such as methyldopa or hydralazine, and Magnesium sulfate to promote diuresis, and reduce blood pressure. Nursing management for clients with mild preeclampsia includes monitoring of blood pressure, minimizing external stimuli by promoting bed rest and relaxation...

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