Nursing Plan

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NURSING CARE PLAN ASSESSMENT | NURSNG DIAGNOSIS | INFERENCE | PLANNING | INTERVENTION | EVALUATION | Subjective: * ‘’3 beses akong dumudumi sa isang araw maitim ang kulay nito’’ as patient verbalized * ‘’medyo matubig ang dumi ko’’ as patient verbalizedObjective: * Very thin * Sunken eyeballs * Increased heart rate * Poor skin turgor | * Diarrhea related to inflammation as manifested by loose stool | BacteriaFecal Oral routeConsuming foods contaminated by fecal materialInflammation of the lining membrane of the stomach intestineLoss of function that serves as mechanism initiating the elimination of noxious agents and damaged tissueDIARRHEA | * After 8 hrs of nursing intervention the patient’s stool is more then normal than previous stool * After 4 hrs of nursing intervention the heart rate of the patient slightly back into normal | * Wash hands before meal * Report and observe the patients volume and consistency of the stool * Take medications with doctors prescription * Tech the patient the importance of proper food preparation | * The consistency of the patient stool is more normal than the previous one * After the VS taken the heart rate is slightly back into normal range |
NURSING CARE PLAN ASSESSMENT | NURSNG DIAGNOSIS | INFERENCE | PLANNING | INTERVENTION | EVALUATION | Subjective: * ‘’Gustuhin ko mang kumain ng madami kaso isinusuka ko’’ as patients verbalized * ‘’Medyo pumayat aq ngayon eh ‘’as patient verbalizedObjective: * Very thin * Decreased BP * Dry skin * Weak in appearance | * Deficient fluid volume related to active fluid loss ( vomiting ) as manifested by sudden weight loss | BacteriaFecal Oral routeConsuming foods contaminated by fecal materialInflammation of the lining membrane of the stomach intestineLoss of function that serves as mechanism initiating the elimination…...

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