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This is a discussion on Help nursing care plan for risk of bleeding in Nursing Student Assistance, part of Nursing Student ... Hey guys so im new here and Im having trouble with my careplan. My diagnosis is Risk for bleeding...by LeeLee4 May 28, '11Hey guys so im new here and Im having trouble with my careplan. My diagnosis is Risk for bleeding R/T hemorrhoidectomy surgery. My goal is for my client to remain free of bleeding upon discharge. Now im stuck with coming up with some nursing and client interventions.
I have nurse will monitor vital signs q 4 h
nurse will check dressing regular and report excessive bleeding or drainage
Client will perform sitzs baths to promote healing and ease pain
client will report if experiencing increase rectal bleeding, constipation and rectal spasm.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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- May 28, '11 by spn.charlotteassess for infection
assess drainage for colour, odour, consistency and amount
vitals BP and P especially if a pt is having an excessive amount of bleeding remember hypotesion and tachycardia = hypovolemic shock