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

Diarrhea Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan

Nursing Diagnosis for Diarrhea

Definition of Diarrhea: Diarrhea is defined as the passage of loose or watery stools three or more times within a 24-hour period. It is a common symptom that can be caused by various factors such as infections, food intolerances, medication side effects, and underlying health conditions. Defining Characteristics of Diarrhea Subjective Objective Related Factors Risk … Read more

Anemia Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plans

Anemia Nursing Diagnosis

Definition Anemia is a condition characterized by a decrease in the number of red blood cells (RBCs) or a decrease in the amount of hemoglobin in the blood, resulting in reduced oxygen-carrying capacity. The NANDA nursing diagnosis for anemia is formulated as follows: Imbalanced Nutrition: Less Than Body Requirements related to inadequate intake of iron … Read more

Decreased Cardiac Output Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan

decreased cardiac output nursing diagnosis

Cardiac output is defined as the amount of blood pumped by the heart for systemic circulation in one minute. It is measured in liters per minute, and it is dependent upon the heart rate and stroke volume.  The normal range for cardiac output is between 4 to 8 liters per minute. Decreased Cardiac Output is … Read more

Risk for Infection Nursing Diagnosis Care Plan

Risk for infection

Risk for infection is a NANDA nursing diagnosis that involves the alteration or disturbance in the body’s inflammatory response, which allows microorganisms to invade the body and cause infection. While many people are at risk for infection in the community, about 1.7 million patients acquire healthcare-associated or “nosocomial” infections, with a death record of 98,000 … Read more