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Patient Name: - Rab Dino S/O Mola Bux Age: 50Y Sex: Male Ward No: 12 Bed No: 12 Marital Status: Married
Medical Diagnoses: High blood pressure (HBP) or hypertension Address : SAKRAND OCCUPATION: Farmer Date: 19--03-2007
♦ Risk for ♦ After 8 hours 1. Define and state the 1. Provides basis for ♦ After 8 hours
SUBJECTIVE: prone of nursing limits of desired BP. understanding of
Why do I behavior interventions, Explain hypertension elevations of BP, and nursing
always feel related to the patient and its effect on the clarifies misconceptions interventions,
dizzy? as lack of will verbalize heart, blood vessels, and also understanding the patient was
verbalized by knowledge understanding kidney, and brain. that high BP can exist able to
the about the of the disease without symptom or verbalize
patient. disease process and even when feeling well. understanding
treatment 2. Assist the patient in 2. These risk factors have of the disease
regimen. identifying modifiable been shown to process and
risk factors like diet high contribute to treatment
in sodium, saturated hypertension. regimen.
fats and cholesterol.
OBJECTIVE: 3. Reinforce the
♦ Request for importance of adhering 3. Lack of cooperation is
information. to treatment regimen common reason for
♦ Agitated and keeping follow up failure of
behavior appointments. antihypertensive
♦ Inaccurate 4. Suggest frequent therapy.
follow through position changes, leg
of instructions. exercises when lying 4. Decreases peripheral
♦ V/S taken as down. venous pooling that
follows: may be potentiated by
T: 37.2 vasodilators and
P: 84 5. Help patient identify prolonged sitting or
R: 18 sources of sodium standing.
BP: 180/110 intake. 5. Two years on moderate
low salt diet may be
6. Encourage patient to sufficient to control mild
decrease or eliminate hypertension.
caffeine like in tea, 6. Caffeine is a cardiac
coffee, cola and stimulant and may
chocolates. adversely affect cardiac
7. Stress importance of function.
accomplishing daily rest
periods. 7. Alternating rest and
activity increases
tolerance to activity
Carpenito. L .J. (1995). Nursing Diagnosis (6th Ed.), New Jersey J.B.Lippincott Company.
Student name: Akbar Ali Arain Discipline B.Sc. N-1(2007-9)