Careplan for Peripheral vascular

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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF NURSING NUR 863: PROFESSIONAL NURSING CARE ACROSS THE LIFESPAN INTERACTIVE CARE PLAN WORKSHEET Student Name: ________Macy Bundy_______________________Mailbox__290______ Patient’s Medical Diagnosis: PVD,CVA, Peripheral Neuropathy, Diabetes Mellitus, HTN, Hypothyroidism, Hyperlipidemia, Osteopeina Patient’s Initials: J Sex : Female Age:77 Wt.: 114 Ht.: 5’8” STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS: In the space below enter the subjective and objective data related to the nursing diagnosis. Are the findings normal or abnormal? If abnormal include normal values for comparison. ASSESSM ENT Subjective Data Entry - “My legs hurt when they make me use the walker after I’ve been out all day. Most times when I come back to my chair I feel better.” - “I don’t know if I can do this anymore.” - “My feet always look like that.” Objective Data Entry BP: 118/62 Normal HR: 84/min Normal RR: 18/min Normal Temp: 97.4 Normal SaO2: 97% Normal - Right and Left feet and lower extremities showed Arterial and Venous Insufficiencies including: (Arterial) Decreased pedial pulses, Cold and Clammy feet, shiny skin, think toe nails, absence of hair on legs, ulcers on toes, and leg pain with exercise. (Venous) Pink/brown color legs and feet, 2+ edema from ankles on. (Abnormal: Normal=
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course NURSING Nursing taught by Professor Nursing during the Spring '08 term at Kentucky.

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Careplan for Peripheral vascular - UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY...

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