I need six nursing diagnosis - page 6

I had a earlier post I needed help, my patient assigned to me, admitted with ALOC, decreased speech and decreased interaction and a temp of 100.2 past hx cva -2002, seizure disorder, CAD HTN... Read More

  1. by   cleo777
    I spoke with one of my teacher's about careplan with this patient from orginal post from a very long time ago.........
    patient has LLE and you sent be a diagnosis.. on cardiac output, teacher says it should be addressed with fluid volume excess r/t cardiac disease m/b LLedema -nonpitting
    I don' think I can use cardiac disease it is a medical diagnosis???????
  2. by   cleo777
    since you have done telemetry what does "patient bottomed out mean"
  3. by   Daytonite
    Quote from cleo777
    I spoke with one of my teacher's about careplan with this patient from orginal post from a very long time ago.........
    patient has LLE and you sent be a diagnosis.. on cardiac output, teacher says it should be addressed with fluid volume excess r/t cardiac disease m/b LLedema -nonpitting
    I don' think I can use cardiac disease it is a medical diagnosis???????
    Do what your instructor tells you.

    Quote from cleo777
    since you have done telemetry what does "patient bottomed out mean" ?
    Don't know. Never used that terminology.
  4. by   leqwedz
    I'm going to start doing my care plans in class in two months.i can't say enough thanks to the members of this nursing thingy..lol.i have come to learn a lot mote than i thought i could learn from one place.now i know where to clip my problematic cares plans to...thank you old nurses naturing us in new students and nurses...thank you again gays.this's really really helpfull to me.
  5. by   lauraburke
    Consider also Risk for falls, risk for fall related injury, risk for delirium, risk for pressure ulcers (depending on his activity and mobility issues), activity intolerance (cardiovascular/respiratory intolerance to activity), risk for venous thromboembolism.

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