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INEFFECTIVE BREATHING PATTERN Nursing Care Plan

Stuart, 23 years old, diagnosed with pneumonia 3 months ago. Because of having not enough money for hospitalization. His state got worse day...

RISK FOR OTHER - DIRECTED VIOLENCE Nursing Care Plan

        We will share to you a sample of nursing care plan (NCP) of violence, risk for other-directed. This is a nursing care plan sample about risk for other-directed violence of Mr. Dutman, 65 years old, lawyer. Mr. Dutman is very good lawyer with an outstanding records throughout his career. He has 88% win rate of all his cases that makes him popular in his field. He also wrote a book that helps beginners to attain professional level in the field of law. He is so workaholic until he was turned 65 years of age. He needs to forcefully retire due to his age and he didn't want it to. Now that he had no longer have a job, he, for him, have nothing else important to do. Mr. Dutman became violent, always mad at something and almost changes his behavior for unknown reason. Always remember that do not use this diagnosis to address other problems such as anxiety and poor self-esteem, but instead should make and refer to ANXIETY Nursing Care Plan and Effective Coping.

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WANDERING Nursing Care Plan

Mr. Miles is a widower who has a daughter named Beth. Beth is 45 years old and works as a call center representative. No one else lives in their home aside from them so when Beth is on duty she always summons Margareth. Margareth is an on call nurse for Mr. Miles. She was a professional personal nurse who is responsible for Mr. Miles' medicine, food and rest while Beth is out for work. Every Beth's day off is Margareth's day off so there's one day every week for Beth to take care his father for his medicine, food and rest. One Beth's day off, she was fall asleep and took a nap but when she woke up Mr. Miles, his father, gone missing. She immediately called for help since Mr. Miles was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. This is a nursing care plan sample about wandering of Mr. Miles, 70 years old, diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.


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Subjective:
"I want to go home, but I don't know exactly where I am now. I've been walking for almost 2 hours." client said.