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Nursing Diagnosis for fetus, how do these look?? I need help

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Mother has premature placental abruption. she is at 35 weeks and 1 day.


1. Risk for fetal hypoxia related to placental insufficiency (inability of the placenta to deliver necessary nutrients to the fetus during pregnancy.

2. Impaired fetal gas exchange related to poor placental perfusion as evidenced by disruption of placental implantation

3. Ineffective utero placental tissue perfusion related to Hypovolemia as evidenced by changes in fetal heart rate and activity.

4. Imbalanced Nutrition: less than body requirements related placental insufficiency as evidenced by

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