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This is a discussion on NANDA diagnosis for a patient at risk for clot formation due to A. Fib in Nursing Student Assistance, part of Nursing Student ... I have a care plan due on Monday related to a patient who has atrial fibrillation. He was on a...by kkliner Feb 10, '10I have a care plan due on Monday related to a patient who has atrial fibrillation. He was on a heparin drip while in the hospital and it aPTT level kept coming back subtherapeutic, so he needed increased infusion rate as well as boluses of heparin throughout several days. He has a previous history of DVT bilaterally. He is at risk for developing thrombi, but I can't find a NANDA nursing diagnosis for this. Can anyone help me?
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- Feb 10, '10 by DaytoniteDid you consider the diagnoses of Ineffective Protection or Risk for Injury?
- Feb 10, '10 by RednightsActivity Intolerance
Decreased Cardiac output
Ineffective Tissue Perfusion
Ineffective Health Maintenance r/t deficient knowledge
and blah blah blah ... just add actual/risk for to whatever that makes sense for your patient
- Feb 10, '10 by CRIMSONRisk for Injury r/t ineffective anticoagulant therapy
Ineffective Protection r/t subtherapeutic anticoagulant therapy aeb PTT labs below therapeutic range
- Feb 11, '10 by kklinerThank you everyone for helping me. I was racking my brain about this one for some reason. I think I'll go with the risk for injury r/t subtherapeutic (or ineffective) anticoagulant therapy m/b aPTT levels below therapeutic range. You were all a great help!!!