Hypertension Nursing Care Plans

 

Hypertension Nursing Care Plans


Hypertension Nursing Care Plans

Hypertension is a medical condition in which blood pressure into the artries is raise. In common term it is known as high blood pressure. It increase the risk of heart disease and myocardial stroke.

Risk factors of hypertension is obesity, stress, alcohol, low potassium & calcium level, smoking, etc.

To get rid of these problems, the patient needs the right treatment, In which a nurse along with a doctor also plays an important role in removing these problems of the patient. A nurse assess his problems to take proper care of his patient and also collects data from the patient about his problems. The nurse prepares a care plan with the data received by the patient and the assessment done by himself.


    Hypertension Nursing Care Plans R/T

    • ACTIVITY INTOLERANCE
    • ACUTE PAIN
    • IMBALANCED NUTRITION
    • INEFFECTIVE COPING
    • RISK FOR DECREASED CARDIAC OUTPUT

    1. ACTIVITY INTOLERANCE



    2. ACUTE PAIN



    3. IMBALANCED NUTRITION



    4. INEFFECTIVE COPING



    5. RISK FOR DECREASED CARDIAC OUTPUT



    References and Sources

    • Black, J. M., & Hawks, J. H. (2009). Medical-surgical nursing: Clinical management for positive outcomes (Vol. 1). A. M. Keene (Ed.). Saunders Elsevier.
    • Dharmarajan, T. S., Pankratov, A., Morris, E., Qurashi, S., Law, G., Phillips, S., … & Norkus, E. P. (2008). Anemia: its impact on hospitalizations and length of hospital stay in nursing home and community older adults. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association9(5), 354-359.
    • Doenges, M. E., Moorhouse, M. F., & Murr, A. C. (2016). Nurse‘s pocket guide: Diagnoses, prioritized interventions, and rationales. FA Davis.
    • Gulanick, M., & Myers, J. L. (2016). Nursing Care Plans: Diagnoses, Interventions, and Outcomes. Elsevier Health Sciences.
    • Landi, F., Russo, A., Danese, P., Liperoti, R., Barillaro, C., Bernabei, R., & Onder, G. (2007). Anemia status, hemoglobin concentration, and mortality in nursing home older residents. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association8(5), 322-327.
    • Special thanks to NURSESLABS.COM



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