Bowel Obstruction Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan

Bowel Obstruction Nursing Diagnosis

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 due to fibrous tissue development (adhesions) after abdominopelvic surgery; hernias; colon cancer; some medications; or inflammatory bowel … Read more

Gestational Hypertension Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan

nursing diagnosis for gestational hypertension

Gestational Hypertension, also known as pregnancy-induced hypertension, is a situation when a person has elevated blood pressure during the patient’s pregnancy and is usually diagnosed after 20 weeks of pregnancy or close to delivery. Gestational hypertension occurs in about 6 percent of all pregnancies and can progress into preeclampsia. Gestational hypertension happens when the patient’s … Read more