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Written by ncp nursing care plan on April 3rd, 2012
POSTOPERATIVE CARE OF ILEOSTOMY AND COLOSTOMY I. Procedures—incontinent diversions (primary focus of this plan of care), laporoscopic colectomy, and continent diversions, such as the Kock pouch and the ileoanal reservoir a. Ileostomy i. Performed when the entire colon, rectum, and anus must be removed, in which case the ileostomy is permanent; or, a temporary ileostomy can be ...
Written by ncp nursing care plan on September 16th, 2010
Bowel Diversion: Ileostomy Preoperative Fear/Anxiety Deficient knowledge Postoperative Risk for imbalanced fluid and electrolytes deficient fluid volume hypokalemia, hypomagnesemia, and hypochloremia metabolic alkalosis metabolic acidosis Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements Actual/Risk for impaired tissue integrity Potential complications peritonitis stomal changes necrosis excessive bleeding prolapse stomal obstruction Ineffective sexuality patterns Disturbed self-concept Deficient knowledge, Ineffective therapeutic regimen management, or Ineffective health maintenance Additional Diagnoses Ineffective coping Grieving

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