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NursingCrib.com Nursing Care Plan Anemia

NursingCrib.com Nursing Care Plan Anemia

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Published by deric
A free sample nursing care plan (ncp) for Anemia.
A free sample nursing care plan (ncp) for Anemia.

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Published by: deric on Feb 07, 2009
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NURSING CARE PLAN
ASSESSMENT DIAGNOSIS OBJECTIVE INTERVENTION RATIONALE EVALUATION
Subjective:
 
Nanghihinaako,kadalasanhindi komatapos angmga gawain ko
(I’m feeling weak, I can’t even complete my chores 
)” asverbalized bythe patient.
 Objective:
Fatigue.
Greater needfor sleep andrest.
V/S taken asfollows:T: 36.9P: 75R: 18BP: 100/80
Activityintolerancerelated toimbalancebetween oxygensupply (delivery)and demand.
 Short term:
After 8 hours ofnursing interventionsthe patient will:
Report anincrease inactivity toleranceincludingactivities of dailyliving.
Demonstrate adecrease inphysiologicalsigns ofintolerance.
Display laboratoryvalues withinacceptable range.
Long term:
After months ofnursing interventions,the patient:
Is free formweakness andrisk forcomplications hasbeen prevented.
Independent:
Assess patient’sability to performnormal task oractivities of dailyliving.
 
Note changes inbalance/ gaitdisturbance, muscleweakness.
 
Recommend quietatmosphere, bed restif indicated.
 
Elevate the head ofthe bed as tolerated.
 
Provide orrecommendassistance withactivities orambulation asnecessary, allowingpatient to do as muchas possible.
 
Influences choice ofinterventions orneeded assistance
.
May indicateneurologicalchanges associatedwith vitamin B12deficiency, affectingpatient safety or riskof injury.
Enhances rest tolower body’s oxygenrequirements, andreduces strain onthe heart and lungs.
Enhances lungexpansion tomaximizeoxygenation forcellular uptake.
Although help maybe necessary, selfesteem is enhancedwhen patient doessome things for self.
Patient revealsan increase inactivitytolerance,demonstrating areduction inphysiologicalsigns ofintolerance andlaboratoryvalues withinnormal range.
 

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