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Cues & Evidence Nsg.

Diagnosis Objective Intervention Rationale Evaluation

consume served food Independent: 1. Monitor V/S as

alterations from the normal. 2. Water is considered as a good antacid. 3. Food has acid neutralizing effects & dilutes. 4. Small meals prevent distention & the release of gastrin. 5. To avoid gastric irritationPatient will be able to consume served food.

S= wala akong ordered. ganang kumain as 2. Instruct pt. to verbalized by the increase the intake pt. of water O= facial Grimace 3. Identify and limit Restlessness foods that create Anorexia: pt. not discomfort able to consume 4. Encourage small, foods serve frequent meals. V/S: 5. Provide prescribed T=37.5 C diet. PR=65 BPM Dependent: RR=14 CPM Administer drug BP=110/80 mmHgNutrition Imbalace therapy: less than body a.Antacid weight related to b.Histamine-2 loss of appetite Antagonist After 8 hours of nsg. & 1. As baseline data medical mgt. pt. will: in cases of a. Will be able to

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