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Medical Diagnosis: Acute Gastroenteritis (Adult)

Problem: Deficient Fluid Volume RT Excessive Losses Through Normal Routes

Assessment Nursing Scientific Planning Interventions Rationale Evaluation


Diagnosis Explanation

Subjective: Deficient fluid Acute Short term: 1. Establish 1. To gain Short term:
(none) volume RT gastroenteritis is rapport patients trust
After 4 hours of After 4 hours of
excessive losses an inflammation
nursing nursing
of the stomach
through normal interventions, interventions,
and intestinal
routes AEB the patient will the patient shall
Objective: tract that 2. Monitor and 2. To obtain base
frequent passage report have reported
primarily affects record VS line data
of loose watery understanding of understanding of
The patient the small bowel.
causative factors causative factors
manifested: stool The universal
for fluid volume for fluid volume
• passage of manifestation of
deficit deficit
loose watery gastroenteritis is 3.Assess 3.To be aware of
diarrhea which Long Term: patient’s the patient’s
stool
occurs in varying After 3 days of condition condition and
• vomiting intensity, Nursing feeling Long term:
• abdominal depending on the Interventions,
cramping organism the patient will After 3 days of
involved and the maintain fluid Nursing
• dehydration health status of volume at 4. to ensure Interventions,
• nausea the client. functional level accurate picture the patient shall
Diarrhea is AEB well of fluid status have maintained
• fatigue 4. Monitor Input
defined as an hydrated, intake fluid volume at
& Output balance
• weakness increase in the is equal as functional level
frequency, output, and AEB well
volume and fluid normal skin hydrated, intake
content of stool. 5. To prevent
The patient turgor. is equal as
Rapid propulsion dehydration &
may manifest: output, and
of intestinal maintain
• nervousness 5. Maintain normal skin
contents through hydration status.
adequate turgor.
• confusion the small bowels 6. To prevent
hydration,
may lead to a from dryness
• weight loss increase fluid
serious fluid
intake.
• decreased volume deficit. ()

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skin turgor
• decreased 6. Provide 7. To deliver
urine output frequent oral fluids accurately
care and at desired
• dry mucous
rates.
membrane
8. Very young
• fever
and extremely
7. Administer elderly
Intravenous individuals are
fluids as quickly affected
prescribed by fluid volume
deficit

8. Determine 9. To allow for


effects of age. bowel rest and to
reduced
intestinal
9. Restrict solid workload.
food intake, as 10. To prevent
indicated or limit
occurrence of
fluid deficit.
10. Discuss
individual risk
factors/ potential
problems and
specific
interventions

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