Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Parkinson's Disease

Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Parkinson's Disease
  1. Impaired physical mobility related to muscle stiffness and tremors are marked with :
    Subjective data: client said it was difficult to do activities
    Objective Data: tremors while on the move

    Goal : To increase mobility

    Nursing Intervention
    • Help clients every day of exercise such as walking, cycling, swimming, or gardening.
    • Encourage clients to stretch and exercise as directed postural therapist.
    • Client bathe with warm water and do the ordering to help muscle relaxation.
    • Instruct the client to rest regularly to avoid weakness and frustration.
    • Teach for postural exercise and walking techniques to reduce the stiffness when walking and the possibility of learning continued.
    • Instruct the client to walk with an open leg position.
    • Create client raised his hand with consciousness, lift the feet when walking, use the shoes for walking, and walking with step length.
    • Tell the client to walk to the music to help improve the sensory.

  2. Impaired compliance with nutrition: less than body requirements related to the difficulty: moving food, chewing, and swallowing, marked with
    Subjective data: client said it was difficult to eat, weight loss
    Objective Data: thin, weighing less than 20% ideal body weight, pale conjunctiva, and mucous membranes pale.

    Goal : To optimize the nutritional status

    Nursing Intervention
    • Teach client to think while swallow-shut lips and teeth together, lifting the tongue with food on it, then move the tongue back and swallowing, lifting his head backward.
    • Instruct client to chewing and swallowing, using a second wall of the mouth.
    • Tell the client to consciously control the accumulation of saliva and swallowing by holding the head periodically.
    • Give a sense of security on the client, with a stable eating and using the equipment.
    • Suggest eat in small portions and add food interlude (snack).
    • Monitor weight.

  3. Verbal communication disorders related to decreased ability to speak and is characterized by facial muscle stiffness
    Subjective data: client / family say the difficulty in speaking
    Objective Data: elusive words, stony-faced.

    Goal : To maximize the ability to communicate.

    Nursing Intervention
    • Keep the complications of treatment.
    • Refer to speech therapy.
    • Teach client and facial exercises using breathing methods to improve the words, volume, and intonation.
      • breath in before speaking to increase the volume and number of words in sentences each breathe.
      • Train speak in short sentences, reading aloud in front of the glass or into a voice recorder (tape recorder) to monitor progress.

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