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20540920-NCP-BM - NURSING CARE PLAN Problem Body malaise...

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NURSING CARE PLAN Problem: Body malaise Nursing diagnosis: Activity intolerance related to general malaise secondary to DM Taxonomy: Activity- Exercise Pattern Cause analysis: Fatigue and general malaise are common symptoms of DM patient which can interfere with an individual’s ability to initiate ADLs [Medical Surgical Nursing By Smeltzer and Bare, pp. 679] CUES OBJECTIVES INTERVENTIONS RATIONALE EVALUATION Subjective: “Dii man niya kaya magtindog na siya lang” as verbalized by the SO Objective: appeared weak pale patient is lethargic unable to perform ADLs dependent on others care always lying on bed STO: After 4 hours of giving effective nursing interventions, the patient will be able to cope with fatigue as evidenced by verbalized feelings of comfort and increase activity participation LTO: Within 3 days of giving nursing interventions, the patient will be able to demonstrate an increase in activity tolerance as evidenced by doing simple ADL’s Independent: 1.
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