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A Comprehensive Guide to Pneumonia Nursing Diagnosis

pneumonia nursing diagnosis

Pneumonia is a common but potentially life-threatening respiratory infection that requires a thorough understanding and effective nursing care. A comprehensive guide to pneumonia nursing diagnosis can provide valuable insights into the best practices for managing this condition and achieving a successful recovery. In this blog post, we will delve into the various aspects of pneumonia, … Read more

Pleural Effusion Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan

pleural effusion nursing diagnosis

An unusual increase in the fluid in the pleural space will result to a condition called pleural effusion. Pleural effusion, if left untreated, will hinder with normal respiration and thus, could be life threatening. Some of the signs and symptoms seen in these patients include: shortness of breath, chest pain or chest tightness, dry cough, … Read more

Impaired Gas Exchange Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plans

impaired gas exchange nursing diagnosis

Impaired gas exchange is a common nursing diagnosis that refers to a patient’s inability to effectively exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs. This condition can be caused by a variety of factors, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pneumonia, asthma, and other respiratory illnesses. Nurses play a critical role in identifying and addressing … Read more

Risk for Aspiration Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan

risk for aspiration nursing diagnosis

Aspiration occurs when liquids, foods, or objects are swallowed, but enters the airways and into the lungs. It is often described by patients as swallowing something that has “gone the wrong way”, since the food or liquid goes into the respiratory tract, rather than the digestive system. The inhalation of food or liquid can lead … Read more

Asthma Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan

nursing diagnosis for asthma

Asthma is sometimes referred to as reactive airway disease or bronchial asthma. There is no cure for asthma, but the symptoms can be managed and controlled effectively. Asthma can interfere with a patient’s activities of daily living and also put the client at risk for asthma attacks. Signs and Symptoms of Asthma Signs and Symptoms … Read more

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