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Subjective: ³ Luya kaayo akong paminaw. Maski sige lang ko ug tulog kay kapoie gihapon akong ginabati´ as verbalized by the patient.
Fatigue related to decreased
At the end of 1 day span of nursing
1. Teach energy conservation principles. ® Patients and caregivers may need to learn skills November 16, for delegating tasks to others, setting priorities 2010 @4:00 PM At the end of 1 day span of nursing care, the patient was able to: Report improved sense of energy. ³Arangarang na akong paminaw´ as verbalized and clustering care to use available energy to complete desired activities. GOAL MET.
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hemoglobin count secondary to anemia ® Hemoglobin is responsible for the cell¶s ability to transport oxygen and carbon dioxide. Anemia is a condition
care, the patient will be able to: report improved sense of energy perform ADLs participate in desired activities at level of ability 3.
Objective: Hemoglobin: 110 g/L (low) Erythrocyte: 0.33% (low) Weakness Lack of energy Pale skin E X (Source: Y T I
2. Stress the importance of frequent rest periods. ® Energy reserves may be depleted unless the patient respects the body¶s need for increased rest. Observe the patient¶s usual level of exercise and physical activity. ® Both increased physical exertion and limited levels
marked by a reduction in the hematocrit and/or hemoglobin content of the blood.
fats. 4. ® The patient will need adequate. ® A plan that balances periods of activity with periods of rest can help - by the patient Perform ADLs suchaas brushing her teeth and feeding herself Participate in desired activities at level of ability S E P A T T E R the patient complete desired activities without adding to levels of fatigue.medicinene t. protein. vitamins and minerals to provide energy resources.htm) of exercise can contribute to fatigue. 5.E R C I http://www. 6. properly balanced intake of carbohydrates. Provide recommendations for nutritional intake for adequate energy sources and metabolic requirements. Assist the patient to develop a schedule for daily activity and rest.com/hemoglobin/artic le. Minimize environmental .
Help the patient engage in increasing levels of physical activity and exercise. ® Bright lighting. especially during planned times for rest and sleep. visitors. ® Exercise can reduce fatigue and help the patient build endurance for physical activity. Avoid overstimulation/understim ulation (cognitive and sensory) . 8. 7.N stimuli. Provide diversional activities. frequent distractions and clutter in the patient¶s physical environment can inhibit relaxation. interrupt rest/sleep and contribute to fatigue. noise.
® Participating in pleasurable activities can refocus energy and diminish feelings of unhappiness. . sluggishness and worthless that can accompany fatigue.