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Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Typhoid Fever

Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Typhoid Fever


Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Typhoid Fever



Nursing Diagnosis for Typhoid Fever
  1. The increase in body temperature related to salmonella typhi infection.
  2. Impaired nutritional needs, less than body requirements related to anorexia.
  3. Disorders of fluid balance (less than demand) are associated with excess fluid (diarrhea / vomiting)

Nursing Intervention for Typhoid Fever

1 The increase in body temperature related to salmonella typhi infection

Goal :
The normal body temperature

Result Criteria :
  • Patients reported an increase in body temperature.
  • Seeking help to prevent increase in body temperature.
  • Improved skin turgor.
Nursing Intervention :
  • Give an explanation to the patient and family about the increase in body temperature.
  • Tell the patient to wear thin and absorbs sweat.
  • Restrict visitors.
  • Observation of vital signs every 4 hours.
  • Tell the patient to drink a lot, drink a lot of fluid intake.
  • Collaboration with doctor in the provision of antibiotics and antipyretic therapy.

2. Impaired nutritional needs, less than body requirements related to anorexia

Goal :
Patients are able to maintain adequate nutritional needs

Reasult Criteria :
  • Increased appetite.
  • Patients able to spend a portion of food in accordance with the given.
Nursing Intervention :
  • Explain to the client and family about the benefits of food / nutrition.
  • Weigh the client body weight every 2 days.
  • Give nutrition with soft diet, do not contain much fiber, not stimulate, or cause a lot of gas and serve while still warm.
  • Give small amounts of food and frequency often.
  • Collaboration with doctor for the administration of antacids and parenteral nutrition.

3. Disorders of fluid balance (less than demand) are associated with excess fluid (diarrhea / vomiting)

Goal :
Fluid balance

Results Criteria
  • Increased skin turgor
  • The face does not look pale
Nursing Intervention :
  • Give an explanation of the importance of fluid requirements in patients and families.
  • Observation of input and output of fluid.
  • Instruct the patient to drink plenty of 2.5 liters / 24 hours.
  • Observation drip infusion.
  • Collaboration with physicians to fluid therapy (oral / parenteral).

 
 
 

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