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Perichondritis - Nursing Diagnosis and Interventions

Nursing Diagnosis and Interventions:

Nursing Diagnosis 1.

Acute Pain related to inflammation
Goal: pain can be reduced.
Expected outcomes:
  • Reported pain reduced / controlled.
  • Facial expression / posture relaxed.
Interventions and Rationale :
1. Assess the level of pain with a pain scale
R /: Giving info to assess the response to intervention.
2. Assess and record the patient’s response to intervention
R: Assist in providing interventions.
3. Collaboration give analgesic preparations
R /: Reduce pain.
4. Replacing the fuse when experiencing auditory canal edema
R /: To keep the canal open.

Nursing Diagnosis 2.

Anxiety related to lack of knowledge about the disease, the cause of infection and preventive actions.
Goal: reduce anxiety
Expected outcomes:
  • Clients do not show signs of restlessness
  • Clients look calm
Interventions and Rationale:
1. Listen carefully to what the client is saying about the disease and actions.
R /: Listening enables the detection and correction of the misconceptions and misinformation.
2. Provide an explanation of the causative organism; targeted treatment; schedule follow-up
R /: Knowledge of specific diagnoses and actions to improve compliance.
3. Give the client a chance to ask and discuss.
R /: Questions client signifies a problem that needs to be clarified.

Nursing Diagnosis 3.

Knowledge Deficit related to lack of exposure to information about the disease, treatment.
Goal: increased knowledge about the condition and treatment is concerned.
Expected outcomes :
Reported understanding of disease experienced.
Inquire about the treatment options that are clues readiness to learn.
Nursng Diagnosis and Interventions:
1. Assess the patient’s level of knowledge.
R /: Knowing the patient’s level of understanding and knowledge about the disease and indicators in intervention.
2. Provide information to patients about the course of their illness.
R /: Improve understanding of the client’s health condition.
3. Provide a description of the patient on any given act of nursing.
R /: Reduce levels of anxiety and help promote cooperation in support of a given therapy program.

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