Nursing Assessment of Drug Addiction: Narcotics, Psychotropic and Other Addictive Substance
Overall, the effect of each drug class on physiological functions have much in common. The data may be found in clients who use the drug include: pain, sleep pattern disturbance, decreased appetite, constipation, diarrhea, se.ual behaviors violate norms, do not take care of themselves, the potential complications.
Goal: The client is able to live a regular basis.
Feelings of anxiety (fear of unknown), insecure, paranoid and helpless. Potential mental disorder and behavior. With the addition of emotional symptoms are present in each of Narcotics, Psychotropic and Other Addictive Substance.
Goal: The client can control and to control his emotions
The social environment usually familiar with the user agent client is a friend, other family members, users of substances at school or campus environment.
The mind that always wants to use addictive substances, feeling free to stop, school or college activity decreased until it stops, the work stopped.
Goal: The client is able to concentrate and increase the power of thought to something positive.
Religious activity is less or absent, the values of kindness abandoned because of behavioral changes such as: stealing, lying.
Goal: The client is able to increase the activities of religion and worship, the implementation of the values of kindness.
Fear of client behavior, shame on the people, scattering and draining the family economy by the client, communication and ineffective parenting, moral support to the client is not fulfilled
Goal: The family could care for clients until they are able to anticipate the occurrence of relapse (relapse).
Nursing Diagnosis for Drug Addiction : Narcotics, Psychotropic and Other Addictive Substance
Sample Nursing Assessment on Patients with Abuse and Addiction Narcotics, Psychotropic and Other Addictive Substances