CAREPLANS HELP PLEASE! (with the R\T and AEB) - page 15
Hello! I did very well my first unit, taught by a certain teacher. This unit is taught by another and the majority of my class is COMPLETELY lost! When the teacher gives examples, it makes sense but... Read More
0Jul 10, '09 by DaytoniteQuote from malex107you will not find one on the internet or allnurses to copy. besides, that would be plagiarism. begin by investigating the causes and pathophysiology of hypertension in pregnancy. the nursing problems (nursing diagnoses) will be based upon the symptoms that the patient gets. for more direction in how to go about constructing the care plan, see this thread: http://allnurses.com/general-nursing...ns-286986.html - help with care plans. this thread has weblinks to ob websites: Medical Disease Information/Treatment/Procedures/Test Reference Websites - medical disease information/treatment/procedures/test reference websitesneed nursing care plan for a patient with pregnancy induced hypertension.
0Jul 24, '09 by Bstod16could you please share your care plan/mini maps?
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0Aug 16, '09 by Bstod16Could you please share these with me. Thank you. BethLast edit by dianah on Aug 16, '09 : Reason: Removed email, as posting email is Terms of Service (TOS) violation
4Aug 16, '09 by DaytoniteQuote from bstod16you can find examples of mini maps on this thread: http://allnurses.com/nursing-student...ps-225330.html - care maps.could you please share your care plan/mini maps?
it is difficult to find care plans on the internet. here are some that are currently available to view:
- http://www.rncentral.com/nursing-library/careplans - rn central careplans
- http://www.cnsonline.org/www/archive/ms/ms-07.txt - care plan for a ms patient
- http://www.cnsonline.org/www/archive/ms/ms-07.html - care plan for a ms patient
- http://www.bergen.edu/faculty/cpolny...haniencp2a.htm - risk for ineffective tissue perfusion
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/2.aspx - noncompliance (for patient with end stage renal failure, diabetes mellitus, pancreatic transplant, anasarca)
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/3.aspx - impaired gas exchange (for patient with pneumothorax, copd, emphysema, malnutrition, alzheimers, dementia, atrial fibrillation)
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/1.aspx - impaired verbal communication (for patient with expressive aphasia, stroke, hemiparesis, lymphocytic leukocytosis)
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/4.aspx - ineffective protection (for patient with tubular adenoma, high grade focal dysplasia, myocardial infarction, coronary artery disease (cad), hypotension, pancreatitis)
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/5.aspx - chronic pain (for patient with arthritis, chronic pain, end stage renal disease, osteoporosis)
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/6.aspx - chronic pain (for patient with chronic renal failure, arthritis, generalized pain, dysuria, anemia, htn, gerd, early stage dementia, anxiety, osteoporosis)
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/7.aspx - chronic pain (for patient with chronic renal failure, arthritis, generalized pain, dysuria, anemia, htn, gerd, early stage dementia, anxiety, osteoporosis)
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/8.aspx - constipation (for patient with constipation, arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease, hypothyroidism, seizure disorder, osteoarthritis, mixed incontinence, congestive heart failure, hypertension, depression, hx bladder cancer, depression, hyperlipidemia, thrombocytopenia, peripheral vascular disease)
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/9.aspx - at risk for imbalanced nutrition, less than body requirements (for patient with chronic kidney failure, arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease, hypothyroidism, seizure disorder, osteoarthritis, mixed incontinence, congestive heart failure, hypertension, depression, hx bladder cancer, depression, hyperlipidemia, thrombocytopenia, peripheral vascular disease)
- http://www.pterrywave.com/nursing/care%20plans/10.aspx - increased risk of infection/risk for impaired skin integrity for a patient with acute cellulitis of bilateral lower extremities with necrosis; hyponatremia; community acquired pneumonia)
- http://www.delmarlearning.com/compan.../apps/appa.pdf - two care plans: one for deficient knowledge about self-care after hemorrhoidectomy and risk for impaired skin integrity
0Sep 10, '11 by caseyRN2BThank you so much!!! We just started learning about concept maps and I was freaking out, but this helped me realize it is really just common sense with a lot of knowledge mixed in. Now I think I can actually do this!!!!
0Sep 11, '11 by NCRNMDMWe had to buy a book called "Careplans Made Easy" and it lists all NANDA approved nursing diagnoses, their implications, and when you would use them. Remember from lecture that a risk for nursing diagnosis has two parts (the diagnosis and r/t, which stands for related to) a risk for diagnosis does not have AEB- as evidenced by- because it is a risk and is not currently happening. For exaple, risk for imbalanced nutrition r/t decreased LOC following trauma. Also recall that an actual diagnosis has three parts, the diagnosis itself, r/t, and AEB. The actual nursing diagnosis has these three parts because it is actually occuring. An example of this would be acute pain r/t surgical procedure AEB patient writhing in bed and states, "pain is 9/10." When writing a care plan, try to break each portion down. First, find an appropriate diagnosis, then decide what it is related to. Pain, for example, can be related to a lot of things. Pain can be caused by injury, surgical procedure, illness, medical procedures, etc. Once you've figured out the diagnosis and what it is related to, figure out how you know it's occuring. Your signs and symptoms are your AEB. You know your patient is in pain because they are screaming, moaning, writhing in bed, or telling you that they are in pain. Careplans get easier with time, as does picking out nursing diagnoses and phrasing them. Just hang in there and keep practicing.
0Dec 7, '11 by RADAMS220pl Can anyone help my first careplan what wil be the nursing diagnosis for a pt who came in with dyspnea, coughing and is febrile 109.5