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Data Analysis

Data
DS :
a. client looked listless
DO : (Used ABCD analysis)
a. A (antopometry)
Age : 3 years old
Weight : Height : body's circumference : b. B (biochemistry) : c. C (clinical) : d. D (dietary) : clients oral intake has
been well below normal

Etiology
Disease process
Decrease health status
Oral intake has been well below normal
Listless
Imbalance nutrition : less than body
requitments

2. Nursing diagnosis
Imbalance nutrition : less than body requitments related to inability to digest food

Nursing problems
Imbalance nutrition : less than body
requitments

Nursing Care Plan


Student
Medical diagnostis
Definition medical of diagnosis
NURSING DIAGNOSIS
AND SUPPORTING
DATA
Assesment and diagnosis
Imbalance nutrition : less
than body requitments
related to inability to
digest food
Subjective :
a. Client looked listless
Objective : (Used ABCD
analysis)
a. A (antopometry)
Age : 3 years old
Weight : Height : Body's
circumference : -

: Eny
Patient initial/ age : An. A/ 3 years old
: Otitis media
: Iinfections of the middle ear

EXPECTED PATIENT
OUTCOME
Planning

NURSING
INTERVENTIONS
Interventions

a. Appetite: the desire to eat


a. Management of
when ill or are undergoing
food disorders
treatment
b. Nutritional status: the level of
availability of nutrients to
meet the metabolic needs
c. Nutritional status: biochemical
measurements: chemical
components and body fluids
b. Mangement
that indicates the nutritional
electrolyte
status
d. Nutritional status: food and
fluid intake: the amount of
food and fluids consumed by
the body during 24 hours
e. Nutritional status: nutrition:
c. Monitoring of
adequacy of nutrient intake
electrolytes

Dates caired for : 10/21/2015

RATIONALE /
PRINCIPLES
a. Prevent and treat
extremely tight dietary
restrictions and
excessive activity or
enter the food and
drinks in large
quantities and then
tried to remove it all.
b. Improving electrolyte
balance and prevention
of complications as a
result of serum
electrolyte levels are
abnormal or beyond
expectations.
c. Collect and analyze
patient data to regulate

EVALUATION
Expected
outcome
Nursing
intervention
a. Increase clients
nutritional
status.
b. Improve
appetite and
digestion
capabilities.
c. Clients looked
not flagging.
d. Improve
electrolyte
imbalance.

b. B (biochemistry) : c. C (clinical) : d. D (dietary) : clients


oral intake has been
well below normal.

patterns are usually


f. Self-care: eating: the ability to
prepare and mengingesti food
and fluids independently with
or without hearing aids
g. Weight: body mass: the level
of appropriateness of weight,
muscle, and fat with height,
body frame, gender, and age

the balance of
electrolytes.