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NCP Nursing Care Plans For Aplastic Anemia

NCP Nursing Care Plans For AplasticAnemia. Aplastic, or hypoplastic, anemia is a bone marrowfailure that
is characterized by a decrease in all formed elements of peripheral blood and its bone marrow. If all
elements are suppressed resulting in loss of production of healthy erythrocytes, platelets, and granulocytes
the condition is known as pancytopenia. Onset is often insidious and may become chronic; however, onset
may be rapid and overwhelming when the cause is a myelotoxin. Aplastic and hypoplastic anemia are
potentially fatal, commonly used interchangeably with other terms for bone marrow failure, aplastic anemia
correctly refer to pancytopenia resulting from the decreased functional capacity of a hypoplastic, fatty bone
marrow. These disorders usually produce fatal bleeding or infection, particularly when they're idiopathic.

Causes For Aplastic Anemia


Injury or damage to the stem cells that inhibit red blood cell (RBC) production.

Complications For Aplastic Anemia


Life-threatening hemorrhage from the mucous membranes is the most common complication of aplastic or
hypoplastic anemias because affected patients develop alloimmunization, which can make platelet
transfusions ineffective. Immunosuppression can lead to secondary opportunistic infections.

Nursing Assessment Nursing Care Plans For Anemia


The patient's history may not help to establish disease onset because the symptoms usually develop
insidiously. The patient may report signs and symptoms of anemia (progressive weakness and fatigue,
shortness of breath, and headache) or signs of thrombocytopenia (easy bruising and bleeding, especially
from the mucous membranes [nose, gums, rectum, vagina]).
Inspection may reveal pallor if the patient is anemic, and ecchymosis, petechiae, or retinal bleeding if
thrombocytopenia is present. You may note alterations in the level of consciousness and weakness if
bleeding into the central nervous system has occurred.
Auscultation may reveal bibasilar crackles, tachycardia, and a gallop murmur if severe anemia results
in heart failure.
The patient may also have signs and symptoms of an opportunistic infection (most commonly, a
bacterial infection). Fever, oral and rectal ulcers, and sore throat may indicate the presence of
an infection but without characteristic inflammation due to leukopenia.

Diagnostic tests For Aplastic Anemia

• Complete blood count


• Serum iron; coagulation tests; bone marrow biopsy; hemoglobin electrophoresis;
• transaminase; bilirubin; lactic dehydrogenase; blood urea nitrogen; creatinine;
• hepatitis testing; peripheral smear.

Nursing diagnosis Nursing Care Plans For Aplastic Anemia

• Activity intolerance
• Acute pain
• Fatigue
• Fear
• Impaired oral mucous membrane
• Ineffective thermoregulation
• Risk for deficient fluid volume
• Risk for infection

Nursing outcomes Nursing Care Plans For Aplastic Anemia


Nursing Key outcomes Nursing Care Plans For Aplastic Anemia, Patient will;

• State the need to increase activity level gradually and the importance of rest periods.
• Express feelings of comfort and decreased pain.
• Identify measures to prevent or reduce fatigue.
• Verbalize fears and concerns.
• Oral mucous membranes will remain intact.
• Maintain a normal body temperature.
• Maintain adequate fluid balance.
• Free from signs and symptoms of infection

Nursing interventions Nursing Care Plans For Aplastic Anemia


• To identify causative/precipitating factors. Assist client to deal with contributing factors and manage
activities within individual limits. Activity Therapy Prescription of and assistance with specific
physical, cognitive, social and spiritual activities to increase the range, frequency, or duration of an
individual’s or group are activity. Energy Management Regulating energy use to treat or prevent
fatigue and optimize function
• Pain Management Alleviation of pain or a reduction in pain to a level of comfort that is acceptable
to the patient. Analgesic Administration Use of pharmacologic agents to reduce or eliminate pain.
Environmental Management Manipulation of the patient’s surroundings for promotion of optimal
comfort
• Energy Management regulating energy use to treat or prevent fatigue and optimize function.
Exercise Promotion Facilitation of regular physical exercise to maintain or advance to a higher level
of fitness and health. Nutrition Management Assisting with or providing a balanced dietary intake of
foods and fluids
• Anxiety Reduction Minimizing apprehension, dread, foreboding, or uneasiness related to an
unidentified source or anticipated danger. Security Enhancement Intensifying a patient’s sense of
physical and psychological safety. Coping Enhancement Assisting a patient to adapt to perceived
stressors, changes, or threats that interfere with meeting life demands and roles
• Oral Health Restoration, Oral Health Maintenance, Promotion of healing for a patient who has an
oral mucosa or dental lesion. Maintenance and promotion of oral hygiene and dental health for the
patient at risk for developing oral or dental lesions. Promotion of oral hygiene and dental care for a
patient with normal oral and dental health
• Temperature Regulation: Attaining and/or maintaining body temperature within a normal range.
Fever Treatment Management of a patient with hyperpyrexia caused by nonenvironmental factors
• Fluid Monitoring Hemodynamic Regulation Bleeding Precautions Collection and analysis of patient
data to regulate fluid balance Optimization of heart rate, preload, afterload, and
contractility Reduction of stimuli that may indicate bleeding or hemorrhage in at risk patients
• Infection Protection Infection Control and Surveillance Prevention and early detection of infection in
a patient at risk, Minimizing the acquisition and transmission of infectious agents, Purposeful and
ongoing acquisition, interpretation, and synthesis of patient data for clinical decision making