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Nursing Diagnosis for Drug Addiction : Narcotics, Psychotropic and Other Addictive Substance

Nursing Diagnosis for Drug Addiction : 
Narcotics, Psychotropic and Other Addictive Substance

  1. The threat of life
    • Fluid balance disturbances: nausea, vomiting related to termination of opioid substances.
    • Risks to rampage related to sedative hypnotic intoxication.
    • High risk of self harm related to intoxication
      related to alcohol intoxication, sedatives, hypnotics.
    • Panic related to alcohol withdrawal.

  2. Intoxication
    • Anxiety related to cannabis intoxication
    • Damage verbal communication related to sedative hypnotic intoxication, alcohol, opioids.

  3. Withdrawal
    • Change thought process : delusional related to withdrawal of alcohol, sedatives, hypnotics
    • Pain related to withdrawal of opioda, MDMA: Extasy
    • Changes in nutrition less than the needs related to opioid withdrawal.

  4. Post Detoxification
    • Impaired concentration of attention related to the impact of the use of addictive substances
    • Impaired self-concept: low self-esteem related to not able to recognize the positive qualities of self.
    • Escape risk related to dependence on addictive substances.

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