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Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for CRF - Chronic Renal Failure

Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for CRF - Chronic Renal Failure



Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Chronic Renal Failure - CRF


Nursing Diagnosis for CRF
  1. Nutrition Disorders : Less than body requirements related to restriction intake (diet) and the effect of protein malnutrition resulting uremia - calori.
  2. Potential infections related to immune system suppression, due to uremia.
  3. Less able to care for themselves related to physical weakness.

Nursing Intervention for CHF

1. Nutrition Disorders: Less than body requirements related to restriction intake (diet) and the effect of protein malnutrition resulting uremia - calori.

Goal :
Balanced nutrition

Result Criteria :
Stable weight, eating out

Nursing Intervention :
  • Assess for the presence of nausea, vomiting and anorexia.
  • Monitor food intake and body weight changes; Monitor laboratory data: serum proteins, fats, potassium and sodium.
  • Provide appropriate foods and dietary modification is recommended as Client favorite.
  • Assist or instruct the patient to perform oral hygiene before meals.
  • Give antiemetic and monitor responses.
  • Collaboration premises dietitian for granting the right diet for patients.

2. Potential infections related to immune system suppression, due to uremia.

Goal :
No infection

Nursing Intervention
  • Assess for the presence of signs of infection.
  • Monitor temperature every 4-6 hours: Monitor laboratory data: WBC: Blood, urine, sputum culture. Monitor serum potassium.
  • Keep antiseptic techniques during the treatment and always obey the universal precaution.
  • Maintain personal hygiene, adequate nutrition status and adequate rest.
    Healthy living habits that help prevent infection.

3. Less able to care for themselves related to physical weakness.

Goal :
Personal hygiene is fulfilled

Nursing Intervention :
  • Kaji weakness and fatigue, and provide an explanation about the need for self-care.
  • If the patient is not capable at all, Bantu do care to patients by involving the family.
  • Do breathing exercises in cough and ambulation in bed.

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