Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Nephrolithiasis

Nursing Diagnosis for Nephrolithiasis
  1. Acute Pain related to tissue trauma, increased ureteric contraction, edema formation.
  2. Impaired Urinary Elimination related to irritation of the kidney / ureter, mechanical obstruction, inflammation, bladder stimulation by a stone.
  3. Risk for Deficient Fluid Volume related to neusea, vomiting.
  4. Knowledge Deficit related to misinformation.

Expected Results:
  1. Comfort the pain resolved.
  2. Impaired elimination pattern is resolved.
  3. No deficit fluid.
  4. The client will open up requests for information.

Nursing Intervention for Nephrolithiasis
  1. Observe and record the location, duration, intensity of pain distribution.
  2. Explain the cause of pain.
  3. Make a control gate on the back.
  4. Teach relaxation techniques.
  5. Give fluid intake 3000 ml - 4000 ml / day.
  6. Collaborative provision of medicines.
  7. Monitor intake / output.
  8. Observe urination.
  9. Prepare a laboratory urine.
  10. Observation circumstances bladder.
  11. Collaboration laboratory examination.
  12. Observe and record abnormalities such as vomiting.
  13. Monitor vital signs.
  14. Give a diet based on the program.
  15. Collaboration giving intravenous fluids.
  16. Give an explanation of the disease process.
  17. Explain the importance of fluid intake 3000 - 4000 ml / hr.
  18. Explain about diabetes management.
  19. Discuss with the client / kelguarga about the rule of treatment & types of food.
  20. Instruct the client to do activity regularly.

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