Dental Management Of Liver Cirrhosis

Reports increased comfort decreased anxiety. Dental Management Of Liver Cirrhosis reducing of ascites and edema. Reduced weakness and fatigue in client.

Nursing Plan Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Microsoft Internet Explorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table. Collect information of complaints that brought client to the hospital jaundice abdominal pain nausea vomiting bowel disturbances fever appetite changes neurological changes changes in color of urine and stool etc. .

Nursing Plan Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Microsoft Internet Explorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table. Collect information of complaints that brought client to the hospital jaundice abdominal pain nausea vomiting bowel disturbances fever appetite changes neurological changes changes in color of urine and stool etc. . Perform complete physical assessment including vital signs signs of liver damage jaundice bowel dysfunction encephalopathy ascites etc. 6. Assess diagnostic tests and procedures for abnormal values.

Monitor for signs of possible bleeding. Prepare client for paracentesis if required. Provide emotional support to client and his family explain all procedures to decrease anxiety and to obtain cooperation. Instruct client regarding disease progress diagnostic procedures treatment and its complications home care daily activities diet restrictions and follow-up. Evaluation Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis 1.

Increased risk of secondary infections due to impaired immune state related to liver dysfunction. Increased risk of hematological complications related

Dental Management Of Liver Cirrhosis

to liver dysfunction. 5.

Administer IV therapy and electrolytes replacement as prescribed. Monitor for signs of possible bleeding. Prepare client for paracentesis if required.

Prevent possible hemorrhage and neurological complications. Prevent alteration in skin integrity. Then surgical intervention prescribed prevent postoperative complications. Relief symptoms of liver damage weakness and fatigue. Decreased anxiety with increased knowledge of disease it treatment way of prevention and follow-up. Interventions for Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis 1.

Evaluation Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis 1. Reports increased comfort decreased anxiety. Reducing of ascites and edema. Reduced

Dental Management Of Liver Cirrhosis

weakness and fatigue in client.

Anxiety related to the symptoms of disease and fear of the unknown. Nursing Plan and Interventions Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Goals 1. Prevent further infections.

Prevent avoidable injury changes in electrolytes and metabolic state of the client. Maintain enteric isolation precautions. 5. Prevent possible hemorrhage and neurological complications. Prevent alteration in skin integrity. Then surgical intervention prescribed prevent postoperative complications. Relief symptoms of liver damage weakness and fatigue.

Increased risk of dehydration electrolytes and metabolic disturbances related to liver damage. Intolerance to certain kinds of foods related to liver damage. Increased risk of secondary infections due to impaired immune state related to liver dysfunction. Increased risk of hematological complications related to liver dysfunction. 5. Increased risk of metabolic and toxic disturbances related to liver insufficiency. Presence of risk

of hemocirculatory complications and portal hypertension ascites esophageal varices etc.

Increased risk of secondary infections due to impaired immune state related to liver dysfunction. Increased risk of hematological complications related to liver dysfunction. 5.

Anxiety related to the symptoms of disease and fear of the unknown. Nursing Plan and Interventions Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Goals 1. Prevent further infections.

Prevent possible hemorrhage and neurological complications. Prevent alteration in skin integrity. Then surgical intervention prescribed prevent postoperative complications.

Nursing Plan Client

Dental Management Of Liver Cirrhosis

with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Microsoft Internet Explorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table. Collect information of complaints that brought client to the hospital jaundice abdominal pain nausea vomiting bowel disturbances fever appetite changes neurological changes changes in color of urine and stool etc. .

Promote adequate nutrition and fluid intake. Prevent avoidable injury changes in electrolytes and metabolic state of the client. Maintain enteric isolation precautions. 5.

Monitor for signs of possible bleeding. Prepare client for paracentesis if required. Provide emotional support to client and his family explain all procedures to decrease anxiety and to obtain cooperation. Instruct client regarding disease progress diagnostic procedures treatment and its complications home care daily activities diet restrictions and follow-up.

Increased risk of dehydration electrolytes and metabolic disturbances related to liver damage. Intolerance to certain kinds Dental Management Of Liver Cirrhosis of foods related to liver damage. Increased risk of secondary infections due Dental Management Of Liver Cirrhosis to impaired immune state related to liver dysfunction. Increased risk of hematological complications related to liver dysfunction. 5. Increased risk of metabolic and toxic disturbances related to liver insufficiency. Presence of risk of hemocirculatory complications and portal hypertension ascites esophageal varices etc.

Monitor client’s vital signs and signs of possible dehydration closely. Monitor client’s laboratory tests results CBC electrolytes liver enzymes billirubin levels serological tests for HAV HBV HCV for abnormal values. Provide prescribed diet rest and comfort measures. Administer IV therapy and electrolytes replacement as prescribed.

Monitor client’s vital signs and signs of possible dehydration closely. Monitor client’s laboratory tests results CBC electrolytes liver enzymes billirubin levels serological tests for HAV HBV HCV for abnormal values. Provide prescribed diet rest and comfort measures.

Interventions for Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis 1. Assess report and record signs and symptoms and reactions to treatment. Monitor fluids input and output closely observe signs of dehydration secondary infections neurological disturbances edemas ascites jaundice intensity skin integrity daily. Provide adequate diet with high proteins carbohydrates and vitamins carefully in client with encephalopathy. Observe feces and urine for color and frequency.

Nursing Plan Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Microsoft Internet Explorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table. Collect information of complaints that brought client to the hospital jaundice abdominal pain nausea vomiting bowel disturbances fever appetite changes neurological changes changes in color of urine and stool etc. .

Anxiety related to the symptoms of disease and fear of the unknown. Nursing Plan and Interventions Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Goals 1. Prevent further infections –

  • Provide adequate diet with high proteins carbohydrates and vitamins carefully in client with encephalopathy
  • Increased risk of hematological complications related to liver dysfunction
  • Maintain skin integrity
  • Nursing Plan and Interventions Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Goals 1

. Promote adequate nutrition and fluid intake. Prevent avoidable injury changes in electrolytes and metabolic state of the client. Maintain enteric isolation precautions.

Relief symptoms of liver damage weakness and fatigue. Decreased anxiety with increased knowledge of disease it treatment way of prevention and follow-up. Interventions for Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis 1.

Changes in neurological state encephalopathy due to liver insufficiency. Weakness and fatigue related to diagnosis of hepatitis or liver cirrhosis alterations in skin integrity. Appetite changes and weight loss due to symptoms of the disease. Anxiety related to the symptoms of disease and fear of the unknown. Nursing Plan and Interventions Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Goals 1. Prevent further infections. Promote adequate nutrition and fluid intake.

Maintain skin integrity. Laboratory tests results shows no abnormalities. 7. Shows no hematological or neurological complications.

Perform complete physical assessment including vital signs signs of liver damage jaundice bowel dysfunction encephalopathy ascites etc. 6. Assess diagnostic tests and procedures for abnormal values.

Anxiety related to the symptoms of disease and fear of the unknown. Nursing Plan and Interventions Client with Liver Disorders Hepatitis and Liver Cirrhosis Goals 1. Prevent further infections.

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