Reproductive nursing care planNursing Diagnosis for Female Reproductive Diseases/Disorders Posted by: Admin April 22, 2010 • Comments (0)
A reproductive system disease
is any disease that impairs the ability to reproduce. Such diseases may arise from genetic or congenital abnormalities, such as hermaphroditism, from functional problems such as impotence or infertility or reproductive tract infections, such as sexually transmitted diseases.
Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Abortion, elective termination
1 Knowledge deficient regarding reproduction, contraception, self-care 2. Risk for spiritual distress 3. Anxiety [specify level] 4. Acute pain [discomfort] Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Abortion, spontaneous termination 1. Deficient fluid volume [isotonic] 2. Risk for spiritual distress 3. Knowledge deficient regarding cause of abortion, self-care contraception/future pregnancy 4. Grieving 5. Risk for ineffective sexuality pattern .
Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Abruptio Placentae 1. Deficient Fluid volume [isotonic] 2. Fear related to threat of death (perceived or actual) to fetus/self 3. Acute pain 4. Impaired fetal gas exchange View Sample NCP for Abruptio Placentae Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Cesarean birth, postpartal 1. Acute pain/discomfort 2. Risk for situational low self-esteem 3. Risk for injury 4. Risk for infection 5. Self-care deficit
View Sample NCP for Cesarean Delivery Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Cesarean birth, unplanned 1. Knowledge deficient regarding underlying procedure, pathophysiology and self-care needs 2. Anxiety [specify level] 3. Powerlessness 4. Risk for impaired fetal gas exchange 5. Risk for infection Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Dilation and Curettage (D and C) 1. Knowledge deficient regarding surgical procedure, possible postprocedural complications, and therapeutic needs View Sample NCP for D and C Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Dilation of cervix, premature 1. Anxiety [specify level] 2. Grieving Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Hysterectomy 1. Situational low, self-esteem 2. Impaired urinary elimination 3. Impaired urinary retention (acute) 4. Risk for constipation or diarrhea 5. Risk for ineffective tissue perfusion 6. Risk for sexual dysfunction 7. Dysfunctional grieving 8. Knowledge deficient regarding condition, prognosis, treatment, self-care, and discharge needs.
Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Labor, preterm 1. Activity Intolerance 2. Risk for poisoning 3. Anxiety [specify level] 4. Knowledge deficient regarding preterm labor treatment needs and prognosis View Sample NCP for Preterm Labor
Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Mastectomy 1. Fear or anxiety(specify level) 2. Impaired skin or tissue integrity 3. Acute pain 4. Situation low, self-esteem 5. Impaired physical mobility 6. Knowledge deficient regarding condition, prognosis, treatment, self-care, and discharge needs.
Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Mastitis 1. Acute pain 2. Risk for infection 3. Knowledge deficient regarding pathophysilogy, treatment and prevention 4. Risk for ineffective breastfeeding Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Pelvic Inflammatory Disease 1. Risk for infection 2. Acute pain 3. Hyperthermia 4. Risk for situational low self-esteem 5. Knowledge deficient regarding cause/complications of condition, therapy needs, and transmission of disease to others Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Perinatal loss/death of child 1. Grieving 2. Situational low self esteem 3. Risk for ineffective role performance 4. Risk for interrupted family process 5. Risk for spiritual distress
Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Placenta Previa 1. Risk for deficient fluid volume 2. Impaired fetal gas exchange 3. Fear View Sample NCP for Placenta Previa Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Postpartal Period 1. Acute pain [discomfort] 2. Impaired urinary elimination 3. Constipation 4. Insomia
Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension (Preeclampsia) 1. Deficient fluid volume [isotonic] 2. Decreased cardiac output 3. Ineffective [uteroplacental] Tissue Perfusion 4. Knowledge deficient regarding pathophysiology of condition, therapy, self-care/nutritional needs and potential complications View Sample NCP for Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (Preeclampsia)
Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Uterine bleeding, abnormal 1. Anxiety [specify level] 2. Activity intolerance Potential Nursing Diagnosis for Vaginitis 1. Impaired tissue integrity 2. Acute pain 3. Knowledge deficient regarding hygienic/therapy needs and sexual behaviors/transmission of organisms Sample Nursing Care Plan Nursing Diagnosis for Cardiovascular Diseases/Disorders Nursing Diagnosis for Respiratory Diseases/Disorders
Alteration in Health Maintenance Alteration in Health Maintenance (_)Actual (_) Potential Related To: [Check those that apply] (_) Loss of independence (_) Changing support systems (_) Change in finances (_) Lack of knowledge (_) Poor learning skills (illiteracy) (_) Crisis situation (_) Inadequate health practice (_) Substance abuses:_______ __________________________ (_) Lack of accessibility to health care services (_) Health beliefs (_) Religious beliefs (_) Cultural/folk beliefs (_) Alterations in self image (_) Age related conditions (_) Other:_____________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ As evidenced by: [Check those that apply] Major: (Must be present) (_) Reports or demonstrates an unhealthy practice or life style. (_) Reckless driving of vehicle. (_) Substance abuse. (_) Overeating. (_) Reports or demonstrates frequent alterations in health. eg: _________________________________________________ Date & Sign. Plan and Outcome [Check those that apply] Target Date: Nursing Interventions [Check those that apply] Date Achieved: The patient will: (_) Incorporate principles of health promotion into lifestyle: (_) Other: (_) Assess for factors that contribute to the promotion and maintenance of health or that result in alterations in health. (_)Provide pertinent information concerning screening for: breast cancer, BP, other:______________________ (_) Explore health promotion behaviors that patient is willing to incorporate into lifestyle. (_) Initiate health teaching and referrals as indicated: • review daily health practices • dental care • food intake • fluid intake • exercise • use of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs • knowledge of safety practices, fire prevention, water safety, automobile safety, bicycle safety, and poison control • other: (_) Other:________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ __________________________ Patient/Significant other signature __________________________ RN referance :http://www.rncentral.com/nursing-library/careplans/hm