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NCP: GESTATIONAL HTN – PREECLAMPSIAECLAMPSIA- HELLP SYNDROME

NCP: GESTATIONAL HTN – PREECLAMPSIAECLAMPSIA- HELLP SYNDROME

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5 Nursing Care Plan on GESTATIONAL HTN – PREECLAMPSIAECLAMPSIA- HELLP SYNDROME

1) IMPAIRED GAS EXCHANGE R/T ALTERED BLOOD FLOW TO ALVEOLI SECONDARY TO PULMONARY EMBOLISM
2) ARTERIOLAR VASOSPASM SECONDARY TO PREGNANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION
3) DECREASED CARDIAC OUTPUT R/T DECREASED VENOUS RETURN AEB EDEMA
4) RISK FOR HEMORRHAGE R/T LOW PLATELET COUNT SECONDARY TO DISSEMINATED INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION
5) ACTIVITY INTOLERANCE R/T IMBALANCE BETWEEN 02 SUPPLY AND DEMAND SECONDARY TO PULMONARY EDEMA
5 Nursing Care Plan on GESTATIONAL HTN – PREECLAMPSIAECLAMPSIA- HELLP SYNDROME

1) IMPAIRED GAS EXCHANGE R/T ALTERED BLOOD FLOW TO ALVEOLI SECONDARY TO PULMONARY EMBOLISM
2) ARTERIOLAR VASOSPASM SECONDARY TO PREGNANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION
3) DECREASED CARDIAC OUTPUT R/T DECREASED VENOUS RETURN AEB EDEMA
4) RISK FOR HEMORRHAGE R/T LOW PLATELET COUNT SECONDARY TO DISSEMINATED INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION
5) ACTIVITY INTOLERANCE R/T IMBALANCE BETWEEN 02 SUPPLY AND DEMAND SECONDARY TO PULMONARY EDEMA

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Published by: Kath on Mar 07, 2010
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GESTATIONAL HTN – PREECLAMPSIA-ECLAMPSIA- HELLP SYNDROME
 
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IMPAIRED GAS EXCHANGE R/T ALTERED BLOODFLOW TO ALVEOLI SECONDARY TOPULMONARY EMBOLISM
 
Nursing Diagnosis:
Impaired Gas Exchanger/t altered blood flow to alveoli secondary topulmonary embolism
Cause analysis:
Pulmonary embolism isusually caused by a thrombus fragment(embolus) carried by venous circulation to theright heart When the embolus occludes thepulmonary artery, it obstructs the passage of passage of blood into the lungs, either whollyor in part, and the patient may die of asphyxia within a few minutes. (MaternityNursing 7
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Edition by Reeder, Martin, andKoniak pg.1016)

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