NURS FPX 6610 Assessment 2 Patient Care Plan


NURS FPX 6610 Assessment 2 Patient Care Plan

NURS FPX 6610 Assessment 2 Patient Care Plan


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NURS-FPX 6610 Introduction to Care Coordination

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Patient Care Plan

Patient Identifier: 6700889

Patient Medical Diagnosis: Poorly controlled anxiety, obesity, HTN, DM, and hypercholesterolemia

Nursing DiagnosisAssessment DataGoals and OutcomeNursing InterventionsRationaleOutcome Evaluation and Re-planning
First Diagnosis:     
Risk of improper healthcare management– Subjective: Patient is Mrs. Snyder, 56 years old, under treatment for hyperglycemia and uncontrolled diabetes.Patient will report improvement in eating habits and personal health.– Raise awareness about self-care management
– Encourage diabetes self-monitoring at home
– Teach insulin administration techniques
Education and self-monitoring vital for diabetes controlAssessment of glucose logs and lifestyle changes; medication adjustment if needed
Risk of a consistent rise in diabetes– Objective: Admitted to ED with sugar levels of 230-389, dyspnea, abdominal discomfort, malaise, urination problems, and HTN.
– High consumption of cookies and snacks.
Patient will reduce weight in 3 months.
Patient will control snacking habit in 1 month.
– Educate on lifestyle modifications
– Teach insulin administration
Lifestyle changes crucial for diabetes managementRegular monitoring of weight and snacking habits; review after 1 and 3 months
Second Diagnosis:     
Higher domestic burden and difficulty in meal preparation– Subjective: Patient experiences constant anxiety, depression, overwhelmed feeling, and weakness due to family responsibilities.
– Husband provides validation, leading to neglect of personal health.
Patient will improve mental health and emotional well-being.– Prescribe tolerable anxiolytics
– Weekly counseling sessions (CBT)
– Provide access to mindfulness and spiritual healing therapies
Pharmacological and psychotherapeutic approaches essential for anxiety controlWeekly assessment of anxiety level and adjustment of interventions as needed
Third Diagnosis:     
Ovarian cancer– Subjective: Patient fearful of chemotherapy, weak, and less immune. Fear of failing as caregiver for elderly mother.
– Fear of acute pain, discomfort with surgery. Obesity and airway difficulty.
Patient will have multiple options for better care of her mother through facility placement.– Refer to counselor for caregiver role
– Find social worker for facility placement
– Implement pain assessment thrice a day
– Educate on nonpharmacological pain management
Ensure patient and caregiver support, pain relief, and improved quality of lifeRegular assessment of pain and caregiving needs; adjust interventions accordingly


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NURS FPX 6610 Assessment 2 Patient Care Plan

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