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Nursing Diagnosis For Hypovolemic Shock
Hypovolemic shock as the name implies is a shock state due to low circulating intravascular volume. This could be hemorrhagic, due to blood loss or non-hemorrhagic due to profound dehydration from fluid loss such as vomiting, or diarrhea , burns or poor oral intake. Treatment starts with large volume intravenous fluid replacement and correction ...Read more
Fluids, then blood.: Post-partum hemorrhage is the loss of morethan 500 ml of blood after vaginal delivery, or 1000 ml of blood after cesarean section. It is the most common cause of perinatal maternal death in the modern world. The management is similar to shock since fluid loss occurs. First crystalloid solution, then blood units if loss is >2000 ml or shock progresses despite aggressive replacement. ...Read more
No : Hi. No, hyperglycemia is a sign of DIABETES! A severe illness like septic shock can bring out diabetes in a previously undiagnosed person, but NO ONE would ever say hyperglycemia is a sign of septic shock. WHY septic shock can cause the expression of hyperglycemia is because septic shock greatly ramps up stress hormones (cortisol & epinephrine) that antagonize insulin...ergo, diabetes. ...Read more
A/N/V/dizziness: If i understand question correctly, the nursing diagnosis should mainly address the actual signs and symptoms. So, severe dehydration should not be nursing diagnosis since technically you may call volume depletion by mistake a dehydration. But would be appropriate to say dizziness, weakness, low blood pressure as these are not disputable and not amenable to error. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why would someone with high potassium/kidney failure need 24 hr nursing care after potassium is normalized? Mom in ICU.
Hard to say: There are a tremendous number of variables that go into the determination of patient needs. A blanket statement about a problem that may or may not resolve with treatment is mere speculation. Some with acute kidney failure improve well enough to go back to work, some require frequent dialysis.The proper assess can only be made knowing all the variables in the specific case. ...Read more
What's the care plan for patient with nephrotic syndrome and diagnosed with ineffective tissue perfusion , renal?
Depends: It depends on if it is steroid responsive or not. Treatment can vary - it needs to be individualized. ...Read more
What is.The.Prognosis for a esrd patient with diabetes, and septic arthritis, pneumonia and went into cardiac arrest?
Difficult to manage: The description given puts this person in a very critical situation. What is described appears to have overwhelming infection that is overwhelming the body's ability to sustain itself. There is hope if the patient did not damage the brain when the heart stopped and the infection can be eradicated. Even if this person should recover, the long term prognosis would be poor for good quality of life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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What plan of action can be given to a patient who survived sudden cardiac death and is now undergoing nasogastric tube feeding?
Athletic dialysis friend, great heart receives insufficient EPO thnx to standard regimen. Almost comatose when hemo levels go low, what can he do?
Nephrologist: He needs to run this by his nephrologist. ...Read more
Hemopneumothorax: That is the diagnosis; usually results from penetrating or blunt trauma. Evacuating air & blood is priority after ABC stabilization. Pain control is an important nursing consideration. If a result of assault or intoxication, social service/psych involvement is helpful. ...Read more
CCU management: Ccu management to optimize tissue and cardiac perfusion. Aim should be to optimize oxygenation and blood pressure such that vital organs survive. Investigate causes (include mi, arrhythmia, acute valvular dysfunction, chf, or a systemic problem that has destabilized a tenuous chronic cardiac condition like cardiomyopathy. ...Read more
How can a patient with esrd be treated for low blood pressure without intravenous therapy in a prehospital setting?
Depends: There are several reasons for low BP in esrd, including dehydration, carnitine deficiency, heart failure (with or without cardiogenic shock), adrenal insufficiency, and autonomic instability. Some of those can be treated with oral therapies such as midodrine, mineralococorticoids, and carnitine for example. ...Read more
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