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Nursing Care Plan. Risk for Secondary Infection
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Nursing Care Plan Mr. MJ, 62, male was admitted due to sustained injuries from a fall. His records show that he was previously diagnosed with HIV infection and epilepsy as a secondary coexisting condition. Currently, he has been suffering from seizures and gait dysfunction…
This has been attributed to the added effects of aging and medications. The client’s nutrition status is below the normal level, compared with his healthy physique when the signs and symptoms of HIV infection and epileptic occurrences had not manifested yet. His serum cholesterol is higher than the normal boundary. No respiratory conditions can be traced from his recent medical check- up. Risk for secondary infection Assessment The patient was lying on his bed, conscious and coherent. However, he was not oriented to time, place, and person. Wounds and excoriations were noted on his lower extremities. No breathing difficulties noted upon examination. Nutrition status was noted below the normal level. Increased cholesterol level was appreciated on laboratory results. His vital signs were recorded as: Temperature: 37.4 ?C, Respiratory rate: 24 cpm, Pulse rate: 92 bpm, Blood Pressure: 130/ 110 mmHg. Nursing Diagnosis Risk for secondary infection related to compromised immune system secondary to HIV infection Planning Within this shift, the patient will not be able to develop infection, and would learn ways to prevent it. ...
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