Hepatitis Nursing Diagnosis and 5 Nursing Care Plans

Hepatitis Nursing Diagnosis

Hepatitis Nursing Care Plans Diagnosis and Interventions Hepatitis NCLEX Review and Nursing Care Plans Hepatitis is the clinical term for inflammation of the liver. It is characterized by the swelling of the liver tissues, consequently damaging it and hindering normal biologic functions. Hepatitis can arise from an acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term) injury arising from … Read more

Appendicitis 6 Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plans

nursing diagnosis for appendicitis

Appendicitis Nursing Care Plans Diagnosis and Interventions Appendicitis NCLEX Review and Nursing Care Plans Appendicitis is a medical condition that occurs when there is an inflammation of the finger-shaped pouch near the colon called appendix. The appendix is a part of the immune system in younger people as it has an abundance of lymphoid cells … Read more

5 Bowel Obstruction Nursing Diagnosis Care Plans

Bowel Obstruction

Bowel Obstruction Nursing Care Plans Diagnosis and Interventions 5 Bowel Obstruction Nursing Care Plans and NCLEX Review Bowel Obstruction (intestinal obstruction) is a condition wherein there is a blockage that prevents food or fluid from entering either the small intestines ( small bowel obstruction ) or the large intestines. Reasons for bowel obstruction may precipitate … Read more

Gastritis 5 Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plans

Nursing Diagnosis for Gastritis

Gastritis Nursing Care Plans and NCLEX Review 5 Nursing Care Plans on Gastritis Gastritis is a universal term for a group of conditions that all have one similar manifestation: the inflammation of the stomach lining. The bacteria that typically causes gastritis is the same pathogen that causes most gastrointestinal problems, especially stomach ulcers. Regular intake … Read more

Cirrhosis Nursing Diagnosis and 5 Nursing Care Plans

Cirrhosis

Cirrhosis Nursing Diagnosis and NCLEX Review What is Cirrhosis? Cirrhosis is described as a chronic disease of the liver wherein there is destruction of hepatic tissues with accompanied regeneration of liver cells, albeit fibrotic in nature. Because of the necrotic tissues being replaced with fibrosis, this ultimately changes the liver structure and the blood and … Read more