NURSINGINTERVENTONS        AJIHIL, AL-AZIZ           ADZU BSN III- F
1 Pre Operative  Care                Vision in the operative3. Teach the client2. Remove theeye      Maintaining          ...
2 Post   Operative Care              An abrupt              Medications7.6. Assesspotential    Assess for comfort        E...
3 Client & FamilyTeaching    a. Symptoms            f. The properClients may be   Provide referralclient to               ...
AjIHIL, ACENursing Intervention for Eye Surgery                        PPT by: zzbj-                        ai
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Nursing Interventions for Eye Surgery

  1. 1. NURSINGINTERVENTONS AJIHIL, AL-AZIZ ADZU BSN III- F
  2. 2. 1 Pre Operative Care Vision in the operative3. Teach the client2. Remove theeye Maintaining eye may be with The clientimpaired4. Assess all the Mydriatic (pupil- These activities 1. Assessmeasures to5. Administer during the postoperative limited visual acuity increase orthe dilating) visual period, limitingclient’s supportmakeup and in the nonoperative cycloplegic intraocular client’s depth perception visuallenses the acuitypreoperative injuryprevent eyesystems and orcontact eye mobility. Safety and may need acuity in (ciliaryparalytic) pressure assistance additional as measures such temporarilydrops installingand in and drops handrails the and attentionandpostoperatively.medications and the of theglasses prior topossible effect of to lower may be throw rugs in removing associated postoperativelyThe client shouldeye drops or unaffected the client’s home are intraocular with postoperative to ensure safety andsurgery. Store client’s asimpaired vision often useful, especially if complications. be the client has may pressure limitedavoid vomiting,ointments safe maintain ADLs. eye helpsthem in a andon lifestylestool, prescribed vision in the unaffected nonoperativestraining atprescribed.place. Have reduce the eye. preoperatively.ability to performcoughing, Preanesthetic
  3. 3. 2 Post Operative Care An abrupt Medications7.6. Assesspotential Assess for comfort Evidence of anysurgical complications: a 4. After surgery for 5. Assessthe the Assess These Positioning or increase in so are prescribed 10.PlacedrainageThe 3. Place all as 1. Administer Monitor 11. Assist with 9. Approach thefrom 8. Maintain the 12. Administer and medicate detached retina,a.2. in or client, in a semi- and of the eye The above These It is These eye Assistance This of dressings postoperatively onset or that the to Pain client on of andthe status eye necessaryarticles antibiotic,or ambulation personal the client antiemeticanti- affected for positions manifestations measures important patch be activities is approach may for the client is positioned medicate oror eye patch with blood or prevent to unusual pain may detachment prevent prevent Fowler’scall bellb.unaffected of an sothe eye side. inflammatory, personal care and the avoid, medication Hemorrhage as that the complaints reduceorof shield helps facilitates increase infection presence necessary complaints indicate inferior to assist to eyeanteriorasin the shield is Fowler’s stretching vomiting inflammation prevent or by thecontact eye clientindetachmentchamber of and other activities scratchy within easy needed. aching or intraocular intraocular bleeding to hemorrhage maintainsthe dressing vomiting, Having eye place. or position. in dependent and eye and maintain of the be and should inadvertent drainagesite, systemic needed. reach. ofc.sensationlight, floaters, following pressure onin pressureby pressure.the ormaintain straining normal operative coughing, Flashes thesensation inferior. For as reported toeye, communicat from the the injury to oformedicationsof a affected if the outer the eye. otherclient. the ocular that areaat physician pupil maintain safety. the intraocular surgery. sneezing,drawn over client lie or example, on thecurtain being ion. as either operative emergency the retina, constriction, pressures. once. Early
  4. 4. 3 Client & FamilyTeaching a. Symptoms f. The properClients may be Provide referralclient to d. The to Remind the needalarmed that g. Theinstill that to need way should be Teach vision home avoid may that eye drops not a communityvision seems to wear reported to the scratching, the stabilize Thefor b. for several health agency name, physician, sunglassesworse after rubbing, weeksdosage, client including oreye followingsurgery than assistancetouching, with with side surgery. New or schedule, eye painbefore and and corrective lenses, if squeezing home care after when shields duration, pressure,need outdoors. eye the affected family redness andto discharge purpose,ornot asMeasures necessary, are e.reassurance needed. side effects is Photophobia about cloudiness, prescribed until avoidthat visual common after of postoperative drainage, constipation
  5. 5. AjIHIL, ACENursing Intervention for Eye Surgery PPT by: zzbj- ai

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