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NursingCrib.com Nursing Care Plan Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

NursingCrib.com Nursing Care Plan Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

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A free sample nursing care plan (ncp) for Diabetes Mellitus Type 2.
A free sample nursing care plan (ncp) for Diabetes Mellitus Type 2.

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Published by: deric on Feb 08, 2009
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NURSING CARE PLAN
ASSESSMENT DIAGNOSIS INFERENCE PLANNING INTERVENTION RATIONALE EVALUATION
Subjective:“Hindi gumagalingang sugat ko”
(My wounds are not healing)
asverbalized by thepatient.Objective:
Flushedappearance.
Wounddrainage.
V/S taken asfollows:T:37.4P:87R:19BP: 120/90
Risk forinfectionrelated to highglucose levels,decreasedleukocytefunction.Type 2 diabetesmellitus
 
occurswhen thepancreasproducesinsufficientamounts of thehormone insulinand/or the body'stissues becomeresistant to normalor even highlevels of insulin.This causes highblood glucose(sugar) levels,which can lead toa number ofcomplications ifuntreated.
After 8 hoursof nursinginterventions,the patientwill identifyinterventionsto prevent orreduce riskof infection.
Independent: 
Observe for signsof infection andinflammation.
Promote goodhandwashing bynurse and patient.
Maintain aseptictechnique for IVinsertionprocedure,administration ofmedications, andprovidingmaintenance andsite care. RotateIV sites asindicated.
Provide catheteror perineal care.Teach the femalepatient to cleanfrom front to backafter elimination.
Provideconscientiousskin care, gently
Patient may beadmitted withinfection, whichcould haveprecipitated theketoacidoticstate, or maydevelop anosocomialinfection.
Reduces therisk of cross-contamination
High glucose inthe bloodcreates anexcellentmedium forbacterialgrowth.
Minimizes therisk forinfection.
Peripheralcirculation maybe impaired,
After 8hours ofnursinginterventions, thepatient wasable toidentifyinterventions to preventor reducerisk ofinfection.

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