Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Brain Tumor

Nursing Diagnosis for Brain Tumor

Impaired Gas Exchange related to neuromuscular dysfunction (loss of control of respiratory muscles)

Characterized by: changes in depth of breath, dyspnea, airway obstruction, aspiration.

Goal : Impaired gas exchange can be resolved

Nursing Intervention for Brain Tumor
  • Clear the airway
  • Monitor vital signs
  • Monitor the breathing pattern, breath sounds
  • Monitor blood gases penururnan
  • Blood gas analysis
  • Collaboration Oxygenation

Nursing Diagnosis for Brain Tumor

Acute Pain : the head related to increased intra-cranial pressure

Characterized by : headache, especially early morning, the client moaning in pain, the pain increased when the client coughing, straining, bending.

Goal : reduced pain

Nursing Intervention for Brain Tumor
  • Monitor the pain scale
  • Give compress on the area where the sick
  • Monitor vital signs
  • Give a comfortable position
  • Perform Massage
  • Observation of non-verbal signs of pain
  • Assess defisid factors, emotional state of someone
  • Note the influence of pain
  • Cold compresses on the head
  • Use of therapeutic touch technique
  • Observation of nausea, vomiting
  • Collaboration administration of drugs: analgesic, relaxant, prednisone, anti-emetics

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