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Nursing Diagnosis for thalassemia,Thalassemia is an anemic disease hemolitic damage to red blood cells in the blood vessel so that the age erirosit be short ( less than 100 days )

Nursing Diagnosis for thalassemia,Thalassemia is an anemic disease hemolitic damage to red blood cells in the blood vessel so that the age erirosit be short ( less than 100 days )

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  • 1. Nursing Diagnosis for thalassemia by garest - http://garest.net/nursing-diagnosis-for-thalassemia.html Nursing Diagnosis for thalassemia Thalassemia is an anemic disease hemolitic damage to red blood cells in the blood vessel so that the age erirosit be short ( less than 100 days ) . Nursing Diagnosis for thalassemia 1 . Changes in tissue perfusion associated with reduced cellular components that are essential to deliver pure oxygen to the cells . 2 . Activity intolerance related to imbalance of oxygen supply and consumption needs . 3 . Changes in nutrition less than body requirements related to lack of appetite . 4 . Ineffective family coping with the impact of childhood diseases related to family functioning . Nursing Interventions focus on thalassemia 1 . Improve tissue oxygenation , monitor signs – signs of hypoxia , cyanosis , hyperventilation , increased pulse apex , breath frequency and blood pressure . 2 . Provide frequent rest periods to reduce oxygen consumption . 3 . Monitor blood products , transfusion reactions examine signs ( fever , anxiety , cardiac dysrhythmias , chills , nausea , vomiting , chest pain , urinary red / black , headache , back pain , signs – signs of shock / renal failure ) . 4 . Monitor for signs – a sign of excess fluid circulation ( duispnea , the increase in the frequency of breathing , cyanosis , chest pain , dry cough ) 5 . Minimize or eliminate pain . 6 . Prevent infection , assess signs of infection , fever , malaise , soft tissue and lymph nodes inflamed / swollen . 7 . Monitor for signs of complications : vascular collapse and shock , splenomegaly , infarction of bone and joints , leg ulcers , stroke , blindness , chest pain , dyspnea , delayed growth and development . 8 . Provide age-appropriate explanations to children about procedures and hospitalization . 9 . Give support to children and families . 10 . Encourage family members and family members screened . http://garest.net page 1 / 1 Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)