Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Activity Intolerance - Hypertension Care Plan

Nursing Diagnosis: Activity Intolerance related to general weakness, imbalance between supply and oxygen demand.

  • Having given nursing care, the client is expected to be able to do activities that are tolerated
Expected outcomes:
  • Clients participate in activities desired / required.
  • Reported an increase in tolerance activity can be measured.
  • Showed a decrease in physiological signs of intolerance.
Intervention Activity Intolerance - Hypertension Care Plan :
  • Assess the client's response to the activity, attention pulse rate more than 20 times per minute in the frequency of breaks; significant increase in BP during / after activity, dyspnea, chest pain; excessive fatigue and weakness; diaphoresis; dizziness or fainting.
  • Instruct patients about energy saving techniques, eg, using the bath seat, sitting as combing hair or brushing teeth, doing activities slowly.
  • Encourage activity / self-care gradually if tolerated. Provide assistance as needed.
  • Mention parameter helps in assessing response to stress physiology and activity when there is an indicator of excess work-related activity levels.
  • Energy saving techniques reduce energy penggurangan also helps balance between supply and oxygen demand.
  • Progress activity increased gradually to prevent sudden cardiac work, provide only limited assistance needs will encourage independence in their daily activities.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Search This Blog