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Focused Exam: Abdominal Pain Results | Turned InHealth Assess - Spring 1 2020, 322301Return to Assignment(/assignments/289775/)Care Plan : 13 of 13 (100.0%)Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classifications 2018-2020 © NANDA-International, 2017 used by arrangement with Thieme Medical PublisheInc., a division of the Thieme Group. All rights reserved. Authorized translation from the English language edition published by Thieme MedicaPublishers Inc. No part of this material may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the agent of the copyright holder, NANInternational. Direct inquires to [email protected] Link for more information: .StatusStudent ResponseModel AnswerExplanationPoints EarneexhibitsexhibitsThe correct status for the nursingdiagnosis is "exhibits," because Ms.Park's illness is not a risk but ispresent.0.5 out of 0.5DiagnosisStudent ResponseModel AnswerExplanationPoints EarneconstipationconstipationMs. Park has not had a bowelmovement in five days, and showssubjective and objective signs ofconstipation. Constipation is thehighest priority diagnosis as relieving itwill have the quickest, mostwidespread impact on the Ms. Park'scondition, including on her abdominaldiscomfort.0.5 out of 0.5EtiologiesStudent ResponseModel AnswerExplanationPoints Earnedeficient fluid intakedeficient fluid intakeThe amount of fluid and fiber Ms. Parkreports in her diet is insufficient forregular gastrointestinal functioning.Other options listed are not appropriateetiologies for Ms. Park's case.0.5 out of 0.5deficient fiber intakedeficient fiber intakeThe amount of fluid and fiber Ms. Parkreports in her diet is insufficient forregular gastrointestinal functioning.Other options listed are not appropriateetiologies for Ms. Park's case.0.5 out of 0.5Your ResultsReopen (/assignment_attempts/6077725/reopenLab Pass (/assignment_attempts/6077725/lab_pass.pOverviewTranscriptSubjective Data CollectionObjective Data CollectionEducation & EmpathyDocumentationCare PlanNursing Diagnosis5 out of 5
Signs & SymptomsStudent ResponseModel AnswerExplanationPoints Earnepalpable abdominal masspalpable abdominal massMs. Park presents with abdominaltenderness and discomfort, defecationfewer than two times per week,distended abdomen, generalizedfatigue, and a palpable abdominalmass.0.5 out of 0.5generalized fatiguegeneralized fatigueMs. Park presents with abdominaltenderness and discomfort, defecationfewer than two times per week,distended abdomen, generalizedfatigue, and a palpable abdominalmass.0.5 out of 0.5abdominal tendernessabdominal tendernessMs. Park presents with abdominaltenderness and discomfort, defecationfewer than two times per week,distended abdomen, generalizedfatigue, and a palpable abdominalmass.0.5 out of 0.5abdominal discomfortabdominal discomfortMs. Park presents with abdominaltenderness and discomfort, defecationfewer than two times per week,distended abdomen, generalizedfatigue, and a palpable abdominalmass.0.5 out of 0.5distended abdomendistended abdomen

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