Nursing diagnosis F

Falls, risk for: extended care and,
Family processes, dysfunctional: substance dependence/abuse rehabilitation and,
Family processes, interrupted: cancer and, risk for, ; craniocerebral trauma (acute rehabilitative phase) and, ; pediatric consideration and,
Fatigue: diabetes mellitus/diabetic ketoacidosis and, ; hepatitis and, ; HIV-positive client and, ; hyperthyroidism (Graves’ disease, thyrotoxicosis)
and, ; multiple sclerosis and, ; total nutritional support: parenteral/enteral feeding and,
Fear: alcohol: acute withdrawal and, ; benign prostatic hyperplasia and, ; burns: thermal, chemical, electrical and, ; cancer and, ; dementia of
the Alzheimer’s type/vascular dementia and, ; disaster considerations and, ; lung cancer (postoperative care) and, ; myocardial infarction and,
; pediatric considerations, ; peritonitis and, ; psychosocial aspects of care and, ; renal dialysis and, ; surgical intervention and, ; transplantation
considerations (postoperative and lifelong) and, ; upper gastrointestinal/esophageal bleeding and, ; ventilatory assistance (mechanical)
and,
Fluid volume, deficient: diabetes mellitus/diabetic ketoacidosis and, ; hypovolemia and,
Fluid volume, excess: cirrhosis of the liver and, ; heart failure: chronic and, ; hemodialysis and, risk for, ; hypervolemia and, ; myocardial
infarction and, risk for, ; peritoneal dialysis and, risk for, ; renal failure: acute and,
Fluid volume, risk for deficient: adult leukemias and, ; AIDS and, ; appendectomy and, ; benign prostatic hyperplasia and, ; burns: thermal, chemical,
electrical and, ; cancer, ; cholecystectomy and, ; cholecystitis with cholelithiasis and, ; eating disorders: anorexia nervosa/bulimia nervosa
and, ; fecal diversions: postoperative care of ileostomy and colostomy and, ; hemodialysis and, ; hepatitis and, ; inflammatory bowel disease:
ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and, ; obesity: bariatric surgery and, ; pancreatitis and, ; peritoneal dialysis and, ; peritonitis and, ; pneumonia
and, ; prostatectomy and, ; renal failure: acute and, ; sepsis/septicemia and, ; sickle cell crisis and, ; surgical intervention and, ;
urolithiasis (renal calculi) and,
Fluid volume, risk for imbalanced: pediatric considerations and, ; total nutritional support: parenteral/enteral feeding,

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