Constipation Care Plan

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The management of constipation in palliative care: clinical practice recommendations PJ Larkin Senior Lecturer in Nursing (Palliative Care), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Aras Moyola, The

Medical Management Plan of Care for Irritable Bowel Syndrome Green River District School Health Program Student: The student with IBS will fluctuate from constipation to diarrhea. Other common symptoms are bloating, passing mucus in the stools, or a sense that the bowel

Assessment of the Palliative Patient Includes all aspects of a basic health assessment Focus is on philosophy of care Goals of care are identified

Should determine the most appropriate plan of care for the patient. Although constipation is the more common problem, Bowel Management Guideline Victoria Hospice Victoria Bowel Performance Scale.

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CARE MAP EXAMPLE 1. Establish Care Map Criteria Constipation Risk for Impaired Skin Integrity Ineffective Role Performace Risk for Imbalanced Nutrition Anxiety PC: Hyperglycemia PC: Anemia 3. Draw the Concept Map

Constipation occurs when the colon absorbs Can constipation be serious? 7. Points to remember 8. Glossary of terms 9. dietitian can help plan an appropriate diet. By reading the product information panel on the side of the food package,

CPSP Postpartum Assessment. and Individualized Care Plan. Refer to previous assessments, note any changes and update the patient’s individualized care plan

NURSING CARE PLAN Acute Pain ASSESSMENT DATA NURSING DIAGNOSIS DESIRED OUTCOMES* entire health care team. Constipation is a common side effect of opioid narcotics, Evaluate and document his response to relaxation therapy.

NURSING CARE PLAN Urinary Elimination continued NURSING INTERVENTIONS*/SELECTED ACTIVITIES RATIONALE Provide enough time for bladder emptying (10 minutes). Instruct the client in ways to avoid constipation or stool impaction.

Constipation/Impaction Management Exercise Promotion Outcome not met • Mrs. B. has kept a food diary and is able to identify the need for more 1252NURSING CARE PLAN FOR ALTERED BOWEL ELIMINATION UNIT X / Promoting Physiologic Health continued EVALUATION

1352 UNIT X / Promoting Physiologic Health CONCEPT MAP Altered Bowel Elimination Constipation r/t low-fiber diet and inactivity (aeb infrequent, a primary care provider Assist her to set short-term and long-term goals for the exercise

NURSING CARE PLAN The Child Undergoing Surgery GOAL INTERVENTION RATIONALE EXPECTED OUTCOME Preoperative Care 1. Knowledge deficit related to preoperative and postoperative events Risk for constipation related to surgical procedure and anesthetics

Purpose: To identify health care needs Risk nursing diagnosis Risk for Constipation r/t inactivity and insufficient fluid intake

Diarrhea Nausea Constipation Plan (developed by client and provider) 1. High Risk Nutrition Care Plan: Infants/Children Author: dkent Last modified by: dkent Created Date: 5/11/2006 8:16:00 PM Company: WIC Program

A number of risk factors, both biologic and psychosocial, have been identified for anorexia nervosa.Abnormal levels of neurotransmitters and other hormones may play a role. Nursing Care Plan A Client with Malnutrition. Created Date:

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While epidemic prescription drug abuse has long been a concern in Northeast Tennessee, the issue took the spotlight this year when Mountain States Health Alliance and East Tennessee State University proposed to establish a substance abuse clinic in Gray. The proposal generated tremendous concern among Gray residents about safety issues associated with methadone treatment. With state and local

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