Nursing Care Plan ncp cirrhosis

Cirrhosis ncp nursing care plan

  1. Ineffective breathing pattern
  2. Risk for imbalanced fluid and electrolytes
    1. excess fluid volume
    2. third-spacing
    3. hypokalemia
    4. hyponatremia
  3. Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements
  4. Altered comfort: pruritus
  5. Altered comfort: dyspepsia
  6. Risk for impaired tissue integrity
  7. Activity intolerance
  8. Disturbed thought processes
  9. Risk for infection
  10. Risk for injury
    1. falls
    2. burns and lacerations
  11. Potential complications
    1. bleeding
    2. ascites
    3. hepatorenal syndrome
    4. bleeding esophageal varices
    5. hepatic (portal-systemic) encephalopathy (hepatic coma)
  12. Disturbed self-concept
  13. Ineffective therapeutic regimen management
  14. Deficient knowledge or Ineffective health maintenance
    Additional Diagnoses

  1. Self-care deficit
  2. Disturbed sleep pattern
  3. Fear/Anxiety
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