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Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Nephrotic Syndrome

Nursing Diagnosis for Nephrotic Syndrome

Risk for Fluid Overload related to retained sodium and water

Goal: The volume of body fluid balance

Expected outcomes:

  • Stable weight
  • Normal vital signs
  • No edema
Nursing Intervention for Nephrotic Syndrome
  • Monitor intake and output, and measuring body weight every day
  • Monitor blood pressure
  • Assessing respiratory status including breath sounds
  • Giving deuretik, according to program
  • Measure and record the abdominal girth

Nursing Diagnosis for Nephrotic Syndrome

Risk for Deficient Fluid Volume (intravascular) related to proteinuria, edema and diuretic effects

Goal: Body fluid balance

Expected outcomes:
  • Oral mucosa moist
  • Stable vital signs

Nursing Intervention for Nephrotic Syndrome
  • Monitor intake and output (in children less than 1ml/kg/jam)
  • Monitor vital signs
  • Monitor laboratory tests (electrolytes)
  • Assess the oral mucous membranes and elasticity of skin turgor
  • Assess capilarry Refill


Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention for Nephrotic Syndrome

Nursing Care Plan for Nephrotic Syndrome

 
 
 

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