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ASSESSMENT DIAGNOSIS SCIENTIFIC PLANNING INTERVENTION RATIONALE EVALUATION

EXPLANATION
• Body weight Imbalanced Eating disorders Long term: 1. Discuss 1. To prevent Long term:
20% or more nutrition: Less affect an ways to death or
under ideal than body estimated 5 After 1 week of restore multiorgan After 1 week of
• Reported food requirements million nursing physiologic failure. To nursing
intake less than related to altered Americans every intervention the al restore intervention the
recommended self-image, year. Eating client will be able homeostasi fluid and client had been
dietary inadequate disorders are to take in s: electrolyte able to take in
allowance nutrient intake, characterized by sufficient electrolyte balance. sufficient
• Perceived and chronic serious nutrients to and fluid nutrients to
inability to vomiting. disturbances in maintain optimum replacemen maintain optimum
ingest food eating and cellular and t , enteral cellular and
• Aversion to distortion of the metabolic feedings as metabolic
eating body image that function. required, function.
is manifested by monitoring
• Poor muscle
restriction of Short term: of vital Short term:
tone
intake or After 2hrs of sign, and After 2hrs of
• Excessive hair
bingeing. And an nursing fluid and 2. To give nursing
loss
obsessive intervention, the electrolyte adolescent intervention, the
• Misconceptions concern about client will be able balance. sense of client will be able
body shape or to: control to:
body weight. • Discuss 2. Discuss a over • Discuss
These behaviors how to mutually nutrient how to
have the restore the agreeable intake and restore the
potential to physiologic daily caloric establish physiologic
cause serious al intake goal. realistic al
health problems homeostasi plan for homeostasi
resulting to s. weight s.
physiologic • Discuss the gain. • Discuss the
sequelae brought agreeable agreeable
on by altered daily 3. To detect daily caloric
nutritional status caloric physiologic intake goal.
and purging. intake goal. 3. Observe changes • Improve
• Improve eating that may eating
eating behavior. be life habits.
habits. threatening
.

4. Monitor 4. To detect
vital signs life-
as threatening
warranted conditions
by patients such as
status. dehydratio
n or
hyponatre
mia.
5. Work
collaborativ 5. To provide
ely with optimum
multidiscipl care in all
inary aspects of
health care adolescent
team to life.
establish
consistent
care plan
for the
adolescent
with
identified
disordered
eating.

MASANGYA, KAYE

BSN2M

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