Imbalanced Nutrition, Less Than Body Requirements related to Pleural Effusion

Imbalanced Nutrition, Less Than Body Requirements related to Pleural Effusion
Nursing Care Plan for Pleural Eeffusion

Nursing Diagnosis: Imbalanced Nutrition, Less Than Body Requirements

related to:
  • increased metabolism,
  • loss of appetite due to shortness of breath.

Goal: The nutritional requirements are met.

Expected outcomes:
  • Consumption of more than 40% of the amount of food,
  • normal weight,
  • lab results within normal limits.

Nursing Interventions: Imbalanced Nutrition, Less Than Body Requirements for Pleural Effusion

1. Motivate the importance of nutrition.
Rationale: Eating habits are influenced by a person's tastes, habits, religion, economics and knowledge about the importance of nutrition for the body.

2. Auscultation bowel sounds.
Rational: Bowel sounds are decreased or increased indicates a disturbance in digestive function.

3. Perform oral hygiene every day.
Rational: Bad breath odor can reduce appetite.

4. Serve food as attractive as possible.
Rational: Presenting interesting food can increase appetite.

5. Give small amounts of food often.
Rational: The food in small portions do not need energy, lots of easy distraction reflex.

6. Collaboration with a team of nutrition, the provision of a diet high in calories and high in protein.
Rationale: A diet high in calories and high in protein is very good for metabolic needs and antibody formation.

7. Collaboration with doctors, or consulting for laboratory examination alabumin and vitamin and nutritional supplements, if dietary intake continues to decline over 30% of the requirement.
Rationale: Increasing intake of protein, vitamins and minerals can increase the fatty acids in the body.
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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the most impressive and informative post for imbalanced nutrition. Will you please provide some list about adverse effect from excessive Reflex Nutrition.

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