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Kapiolani Community College

Associate Degree in Nursing Program

NURS 210 Health Promotion Across the Lifespan

Nursing Care Plan

Student Name: Matthew Robertson

Date Submitted: Nov

6th, 2015


Nursing Diagnosis #1 (3 parts) Activity intolerance r/t depression and side effects of medication aeb clients verbal d
side effects of prescribed medications.

Definition (reference): Insufficient physiological or psychological energy to endure or complete required or desired
2014, pg. 8).

Scientific Rationale (reference): Activity intolerance may also be related to factors such as obesity, malnourishmen
or emotional states (e.g. depression or lack of confidence to exert oneself) (Gulanick & Myers, 2014, pg. 8).

Short term Outcome Interventions Rationale (includes reference for each Eva
(All applicable interventions including intervention) each
1.Client will attend one assessment, direct nursing action, Con
activity at the hospital collaborative intervention, teaching) inte
for the week of
November 1st through
the 7th. #1. Provide emotional support while #1. Patients may be fearful of overexertion #1. P
increasing activity. Promote a positive and potential damage to the heart. posi
attitude regarding abilities. Appropriate supervision during early efforts whe
Met/Not Met/Ongoing can enhance confidence (Gulanick &
Myers, 2014, pg. 10).
Long Term Outcome # 2.
#2. Asses the patients level of physical activity #2. This information will serve as a basis whe
1. Client will and mobility. for formulating realistic short-term and Patie
attend one long-term goals (Gulanick & Myers, man
activity per day 2014, pg. 9).
for the week of
December 1st #3. Evaluate the patients routine and over the #3. Fatigue can limit the patients ability to
# 3.
through counter medications perform needed activity. Fatigue may be a
December 7th. medication side effect or an indication of a drug
interaction. The nurse should pay particular
attention to the patients use of beta-blockers,
calcium channel blockers, tranquilizers, alcohol,
muscle relaxants, and sedatives (Gulanick &
Met/Not Myers, 2014, pg. 9).
Met/On-going #4. Assess nutritional status #4 Adequate energy reserves are required for # 4.
activity (Gulanick & Myers, 2014, pg. 9). a tw
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