wordpress blog stats

Most Recent Articles For: Peritonitis

Written by ncp nursing care plan on April 8th, 2012
I. Pathophysiology a. Inflammation of the serosal membrane that lines the abdominal cavity and its viscera b. Intra-abdominal infection may be localized or generalized, with or without abscess formation. II. Classification a. Categorized as primary, secondary, or tertiary i. Primary, or bacterial peritonitis, is rare, with the peritoneum spontaneously infected via the blood and lymphatic circulation. ii. Secondary peritonitis is ...

Source Credits: Nursing Care Planning Guides: For Adults in Acute, Extended and Home Care Settings by S. P. Ulrich and S. W. Canale BSN MSN / Nursing Care Plans by M. Doenges MF Moorehouse Alice Murr