Nursing Diagnosis for Anemia

Nursing Diagnosis for Anemia

Nursing diagnoses that appear in patients with anemia (Doenges, 1999) include :
  1. High risk of infection related to an inadequate secondary defenses (decreased hemoglobin leucopenia, or a decrease in granulocytes (inflammatory response depressed)).
  2. Changes in nutrition less than body requirement related to failure to digest or inability to digest the food / nutrient absorption necessary for the formation of red blood cells.
  3. Activity intolerance related to imbalance between oxygen supply (delivery) and demand.
  4. Changes in tissue perfusion related to decreased cellular components required for the delivery of oxygen / nutrients to the cells.
  5. High risk of damage to skin integrity related to circulatory and neurological changes.
  6. Constipation or diarrhea related to decreased dietary inputs; changes in the digestive process; the side effects of drug therapy.
  7. Lack of knowledge in relation to the lack of exposure / recall; incorrect interpretation of information; do not know the source of information.

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