CAREER COLLEGES OF AMERICA NURSING DIAGNOSIS (NANDA) VOCATIONAL NURSING PROGRAM MEASURABLE EXPECTED NURSING INTERVENTION PATIENT OUTCOME

#1 Patient will comply with 1500 calories ADA. Diet. Encourage ambulation 3X a day NURSING INTERVENTION #2 Help patient positive attitude by involving in social activities to reduce distress, and enhance self motivation. Evaluation of effectiveness of the nursing intervention in moving patient toward achievement of patient outcome

The Patient will: Risk for nutrition: more Maintain current weight than body requirements for level for 1 month

Related Factor (R/T) Type 2 Diabetes AEB (As evidenced by) (Signs & Symptoms for actual diagnosis) Lethargy, fatigue or tiredness

Patient’s progress toward achievement of the outcome: Met Partially Met Unmet State Evidence ( assessment data that supports the above evaluation)

Evaluation of effectiveness of the nursing intervention in moving patient toward achievement of patient outcome

O Effective, describe pt’s
response

O Effective, describe pt’s
response

O Not effective; suggest
an alternative intervention

O Not effective; suggest
an alternative intervention

O Unable to carry out &
why Rationale for choice as priority diagnosis: To prevent, or at least slow, the rate of development of the chronic complications of diabetes by modifying nutrient intake and lifestyle.

O Unable to carry out &
why

Student Name:

Nathaniel L. Phillips, SLVN

Instructor’s Comments:

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