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    Nursing Care Plan Assessment equals Data Collection + Analysis | Nursing Diagnosis – Actual/Potential | Nursing Goal(SMART) | Nursing Interventions/ActionsInclude Rationale/Reference | Evaluation | Female Age : 85Code status: Full Code initially but changed to DNR on 14/Jan-2012Primary diagnosis: PancytopeniaReason for Hospital Admission: Fall at home. Allergy: PenicillinMedical History: Pacemaker‚ Hypertension‚ Fall at home‚ Bradycardia‚ Hyperlipidemia.Neurological: Alert‚ Oriented x 4.Diet

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    Nursing care plan Name of client: Miss Ng Sex: F Date of assessment: 31/10/2014 Medical diagnosis: Caesarian section Diagnostic statement: Impaired comfort related to tissue trauma and reflex muscle spasms secondary to surgery as evidenced by vomiting Assessment Nursing diagnosis Goals & expected outcome Nursing interventions Rationales Method of evaluation Subjective data: 1. Patient reported of abdominal pain. 2. Elevated scoring of 8/10 of pain score Objective data: 1. Restlessness 2. Facial

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    Nursing Critique Since the early 1900’s nurses have been trying to improve and individualise patient care. In the 1970s this became more structured when the nursing process was introduced by the general nursing council (GNC)‚ (Lloyd‚ Hancock & Campbell‚ 2007) .By doing this their intentions were to try and understand the patient in order to give them the best care possible (Cronin & Anderson‚ 2003). Through the nursing process philosophy care plans were written for patients. It was understood

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    NURSING CARE PLANS Impaired Physical Mobility Assessment | Nursing Diagnosis | Scientific explanation | Objectives | Nursing Interventions | Rationale | Expected Outcome | S > θO > Patient manifest:- weak and pale appearance - difficulty in standing and sitting - slowed movement - limited range of motion | Impaired Physical Mobilityr/t neuromuscular impairment aeb slowed movement | Limitation in independent‚ purposeful physical movement of the body or of one more extremities.Due

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    This assignment aims to implement a hypothetical nursing care plan for a patient that I been involved with recently whist on clinical placement. I have used a published nursing model in order for me to apply an appropriate nursing care plan for my chosen patient. I will explain my reasoning for the purposed care‚ whilst also including an explanation of how pathophysiology contributes to the patient experience. In accordance with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC 2008) and the Data Protection

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    NURSING CARE PLAN GUIDE ASSESSMENT OF UNIVERSAL SELF CARE REQUISITES DEFINITION: Organized and systematic process of collecting data from a variety of sources to evaluate the health status of a patient. |ASSESSMENT |PLANNING |EVALUATION | |Universal

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    Nursing care plan (Colonoscopy) S.E is a 59 year old African-American male admitted to the critical care unit because of his left lower quadrant (LLQ) abdominal pain. S.E had a colonoscopy 2 days ago. He has a family history of hypertension (HTN) and a medical history of HTN and anemia. He is alert and oriented ×3 (time‚ place‚ and person). S.E has no known drug allergy and he is NPO except for medicine. Problem: LLQ abdominal pain Acute pain | Assessment | Planning/Nursing Goals |

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    Nursing Diagnosis # 1 Ineffective breathing pattern related to decreased oxygen saturation‚ poor tissue perfusion‚ obesity‚ decreased air entry to bases of both lungs‚ gout and arthritic pain‚ decreased cardiac output‚ disease process of COPD‚ and stress as evidenced by shortness of breath‚ BMI > 30 abnormal breathing patterns (rapid‚ shallow breathing)‚ abnormal skin colour (slightly purplish)‚ excessive diaphoresis‚ nasal flaring and use of accessory muscles‚ statement of joint pain‚ oxygen

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    Nursing Care Plan Nursing Diagnosis | Patient Outcomes/Goals | Nursing Interventions | Rationale | Evaluation | 1. Risk for systemic infection r/t cellulitis AEB breakdown of tissue on the lower extremities 2. Chronic pain related to multiply system diseases‚ gout‚ cellulitis‚ as demonstrated by patient complaints of pain | 1. Pt will demonstrate progressive healing of tissue by discharge(Long-term) 2. Manage acute & chronic pain to pt. identifiable tolerable level of 4 on scale of

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