Acute Pain Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan

Acute Pain Nursing diagnosis

Almost everyone experiences acute pain, a highly subjective and unpleasant feeling. A nursing diagnosis for Acute Pain is defined as an unpleasant emotional and sensory experience resulting from actual or potential damage to body tissue. It can be sudden or have a slow onset, ranging from mild to severe. The duration can vary from a … Read more

Pneumonia Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan

pneumonia nursing diagnosis

Definition Pneumonia is an inflammatory condition affecting the lung parenchyma—specifically the alveoli and the bronchioles. It can be caused by various microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Signs and Symptoms Subjective: Objective: Related Factors and At-Risk Population Nursing Diagnosis for Pneumonia Below are five nursing diagnoses that can be used for Pneumonia Nursing Care Plans. … Read more

Appendicitis Nursing Diagnosis & Interventions

nursing diagnosis for appendicitis

Definition: Appendicitis is a medical condition that occurs when there is an inflammation of the finger-shaped pouch near the colon called the appendix. Defining Characteristics of Appendicitis: Subjective: Objective: Related Factors: Risk Population: Associated Problems: Suggestions for Use: Suggested Alternative NANDA Diagnoses: Usage Tips: NOC Outcomes: NOC Results: NIC Interventions: Nursing Care Plan for Appendicitis … Read more

Excess Fluid Volume Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan

excess fluid volume nursing diagnosis

Nursing Diagnosis for Excess Fluid Volume: Definition: Excess Fluid Volume is a condition characterized by an increase in intravascular, interstitial, and/or intracellular fluid that may compromise health. Defining Characteristics of Excess Fluid Volume: Subjective (reported by the patient): Objective (observable signs): Related Factors: Risk Population: Individuals with compromised cardiac, renal, or hepatic function; those receiving … Read more

Psychosocial Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan

psychosocial nursing diagnosis

Definition: A NANDA Psychosocial Nursing Diagnosis refers to the identification of a client’s psychosocial needs or problems that can be addressed through nursing interventions. It focuses on the psychological, emotional, and social aspects of an individual’s well-being. Defining Characteristics: These are observable signs and symptoms that indicate the presence of a psychosocial problem. Defining characteristics … Read more