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Deficient Fluid Volume (AGE

Deficient Fluid Volume (AGE

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Medical Diagnosis
: Acute Gastroenteritis (Adult)
Problem:
Deficient Fluid Volume RT Excessive Losses Through Normal Routes
AssessmentNursingDiagnosisScientificExplanationPlanningInterventionsRationaleEvaluationSubjective:
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Objective
:
The patientmanifested:
passage of loose waterystool
vomiting
abdominalcramping
dehydration
nausea
fatigue
weakness
The patientmay manifest:
nervousness
confusion
weight loss
decreasedDeficient fluidvolume RTexcessive lossesthrough normalroutes AEBfrequent passageof loose waterystoolAcutegastroenteritis isan inflammationof the stomachand intestinaltract thatprimarily affectsthe small bowel. The universalmanifestation of gastroenteritis isdiarrhea whichoccurs in varyingintensity,depending on theorganisminvolved and thehealth status of the client.Diarrhea isdefined as anincrease in thefrequency,volume and fluidcontent of stool.Rapid propulsionof intestinalcontents throughthe small bowelsmay lead to aserious fluidvolume deficit. ()
Short term:
After 4 hours of nursinginterventions,the patient willreportunderstanding of causative factorsfor fluid volumedeficit
Long Term:
After 3 days of NursingInterventions,the patient willmaintain fluidvolume atfunctional levelAEB wellhydrated, intakeis equal asoutput, andnormal skinturgor.1. Establishrapport2. Monitor andrecord VS3.Assesspatient’scondition4. Monitor Input& Output balance5. Maintainadequatehydration,increase fluidintake.1. To gainpatients trust2. To obtain baseline data3.To be aware of the patient’scondition andfeeling4. to ensureaccurate pictureof fluid status5. To preventdehydration &maintainhydration status.6. To preventfrom dryness
Short term
:After 4 hours of nursinginterventions,the patient shallhave reportedunderstanding of causative factorsfor fluid volumedeficit
Long term:
After 3 days of NursingInterventions,the patient shallhave maintainedfluid volume atfunctional levelAEB wellhydrated, intakeis equal asoutput, andnormal skinturgor. This NCP was made with love by
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