Aspiration risk careplan

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA COLLEGE OF NURSING ADULT HEALTH NURSING 1 - NU 304 DATE OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE: 10/11/10 NURSING PROCESS FORM STUDENT’S NAME: Kim Biro Nursing Diagnosis Goals (Planning) (3) Nursing Interventions Rationale for Interventions * must list sources Evaluation of Goals Risk for Aspiration related to the presence of NG tube secondary to recent small bowel resection. Given the prescribed nursing care, the patient will not experience aspiration during her hospital stay AEB: 1. Clear breath sounds upon auscultation. 2. Respirations between 12-20 breaths/min with normal depth and pattern. 3. Normal skin color with no pallor or cyanosis present. 4. Patient’s oxygen saturation will remain >92%. Resources: Swearingen, Pamela. (2008). All-in-One Care Planning Resource. (2 nd Edition). St. Louis, MO: Mosby, Inc. 1) Assess respiratory status with attention to lung sounds, respiratory rate, depth, and pattern every 4 hours. 2) Use oximetry to assess oxygen
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2011 for the course NU 314 taught by Professor Rock during the Spring '11 term at North Alabama.

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