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Nursing Diagnosis for Urinary Tract Infections and Nursing Interventions for Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary Tract Infections Nursing Diagnosis UTI



Nursing Diagnosis Urinary Tract Infections
  1. Impaired sense of comfort: pain related to inflammation and infection of the urethra, bladder and other urinary tract structures.
  2. Elimination pattern changes related to mechanical obstruction of the bladder or other urinary tract structures.


Nursing Interventions Urinary Tract Infections
  1. Impaired sense of comfort: pain related to inflammation and infection of the urethra, bladder and other urinary tract structures

    Expected results :
    • Pain reduced / lost during and after micturition

    Nursing Intervention :
    • Monitor changes in urine color, monitor the pattern of urination, the input and output every 8 hours and monitor the results of urinalysis repeated.
      R /: to identify indications of progress or deviations from expected results
    • Record the location, the length of the intensity scale (1-10) pain.
      R /: to help evaluate the place of obstruction and cause pain
    • Provide comfort measures, such as massage.
      R /: increase relaxation, decrease muscle tension.
    • Provide perineal care.
      R /: to prevent contamination of the urethra
    • If you installed the catheter, catheter treatment 2 times per day.
      R /: The catheter gives way to bacteria entering the bladder and up into the urinary tract.
    • Divert attention on something fun.
      R /: relaxation, avoiding too feel the pain.

  2. Elimination pattern changes related to mechanical obstruction of the bladder or other urinary tract structures

    Expected results :
    • The pattern of elimination improved, there is no signs of urinary disorders (urgency, oliguric, dysuria)

    Nursing Intervention :
    • Monitor the income and expenditure characteristics of urine.
      R /: provides information about renal function and complications
    • Encourage increased fluid intake.
      R /: increased hydration rinse bacteria.
    • Review the complaints of the bladder.
      R /: urinary retention may occur causing distention of tissues (bladder / kidney)
    • Observation of changes in level of consciousness.
      R /: accumulation of residual uremic and electrolyte imbalance can be toxic to the central nervous system
    • Collaboration :
      • Supervise laboratory examination, electrolytes, creatinine.
        R /: oversight of renal dysfunction
      • Take action to maintain acidic urine: improved input Berri fruit juices and give the medications to increase urine aam.
        R /: urinary acid prevents the growth of germs. Increased input juice can affect the treatment of urinary tract infections.

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