Ok, I am a first year nursing student and I have to do a fall risk assessment (done) and then come up with a care plan with at least 3 nursing diagnoses, at least one short term and one long term goal, and at least four interventions/rationales. I am having unusual difficulty with this so any help would be greatly appreciated. So far I have these as my diagnoses
Activity intolerance R/T copd and emphysema AEB shortness of breath during walking and pt admitting "I do not get up any more than necessary and I am just 'no count' these days"
Impaired physical mobility R/T arthritis in knees and decreased endurance AEB slow shuffling gait and pt stating she "is as sore as a boil"
Risk for injury R/T long oxygen cannula cord and throw rugs AEB observing pt having difficulty navigating from room to room.
Risk for falls R/T medications AEB patient being prescribed xanax, paxil, lotrel, lortab, and microzide which are all fall risk drugs.
Any and all criticism and feedback is welcomed!!
Thank you so much.