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decreased cardiac output goal

  1. 0 Need help with long term goal for decreased cardiac output.

    for my short term goal i have
    ]maintain BP, pulses (esp peripheral pulses), respirations, and lung sounds WNL by end of shift.
    ]but i dont have anything for my long term goal ....
    ]any help??
  2. 2 Comments

  3. Visit  leslie :-D profile page
    #1 1
    for a long term goal, i would want my pt to demonstrate adequate knowledge about their disease process...
    whether the etiology is r/t cardiac, pulmonary, electrolytes, meds, etc., a pt that is knowledgeable is one who will manage their condition competently.

    along with vs being wnl, you may want to see pink skin, clear chest, no/minimal edema, balanced lytes (and i&o's)...however it relates to your pt, there are other signs that tell us all is well...
    or at least, better.

    good luck, lilly.

  4. Visit  scootertrash nurse profile page
    #2 1
    decreased sob able to ambulate ? ft with out becomming sob decreased edema monitor weight gain fluid restriction