Guerrero, Precious Leanellie U. N3-7 Grp.

26 Patient: Abad, Hermie Problem: Upper Gastro Intestinal Bleeding ASSESSMENT Subjective: "Medyo madalas ako mauhaw at medyo nanghihina ako" as verbalized by the patient Objective: -Vital signs taken as follows: BP 130/90 Temp. 36.2oc CR- 64 RR20 -pallor -body weakness Poor skin turgor, dry skin -dry mouth NURSING DIAGNOSIS Deficient fluid volume related to loss of fluid through abnormal route(Upper Gastro Intestinal Bleeding) PATHOLOGYPHYSIOLOGY Bactrial infection of H. Pylori ↓ Inflammatory cascade initiated ↓ Mucosal damage and Ulceration PLANNING Within 8 hours of nursing interventions the patient will maintain fluid volume at functional level as evidenced by moist mucous membrane and good skin turgor INTERVENTION 1. Maintain accurate record of Intake and Output. Assess skin/mucous membrane and peripheral pulses SCIENTIFIC RATIONALE 1. Provide information about fluid status/circulating volume and replacement need EVALUATION

After 8 hours of nursing interventios the patient maintained fluid volume at functional level as evidenced by moist 2. Perform frequent 2. Decrease dryness mucous membrane oral hygiene of oral mucous and good skin membrane turgor 3. Encourage fluid 3. Relieves thirst and intake and promote discomfort of dry intake of high water mucous membrane content foods 4. limit fluids that 4. To prevent further tends to exert a fluid loss diuretic effect(e.g., alcohol, caffeine) 5. Administer 5. To deliver fluids Intravenous Fluid as accurately and at prescribed desired rates

Guerrero, Precious Leanellie U. N3-7 Grp. 26 Patient: Abad, Hermie Problem: Anxiety

ASSESSMENT Subjective:

NURSING DIAGNOSIS

PLANNING Within 8 hours of nursing interventions the patient will appear relaxed and the level of anxiety will reduced to a manageable level

INTERVENTION 1. Monitor vital signs(e.g., rapid or irregular pulse, rapid breathing) 2. Use presence, touch, verbalization or demeanor to remind client and to encourage expressions or clarification of needs, concerns, unknowns and questions 3. Accept client's defenses, do not confront, argue and debate 4. Allow and reinforce clients personal reaction towards the threatens to well being 5. Explain everything necessary regarding the disease

SCIENTIFIC RATIONALE 1. To identify physical responses associated with both medical and emotional conditions

EVALUATION

Anxiety related to threat to/ or "hindi ko alam change in kung health status makakapagtrabaho na ako kaagad pagkagaling ko eh" as verbalized by the patient Objective: - Vital signs taken as follows: BP 130/90 Temp. 36.2oc CR- 64 RR20 -restlessness -difficulty in sleeping -fatigue

After 8 hours of nursing interventios the patient appeared relaxed and the 2. Being supportive level of anxiety will and approachable reduced to a encourages manageable level communication

3. If defenses are not threatened, the client may feel safe enough to look at the behavior 4. Talking or otherwise expressing feeling reduces anxiety

5. To educate the patient regarding the disease to reduce anxiety

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