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Done by:nursing institutes fourms
Evaluated by:prince of nursing
Patient’s Demographic data:Name of patient: xxxxAge: 23 yearsAddress: xxxxReligion: MuslimMarital status: SingleLevel of education: class 11Occupation: Doesn’t workNationality: xxxxxData of hospitalization: xx-xx-xxxxDuration of hospitalization: 2 days
Increase destruction of RBC.
Impaired production of RBC.
Undergoing anesthesia with out proper oxygenation.
Climbing to high altitude.
In the patient:
Nutrional deficiencyEtiology Of Sickle-cell Disease
Jaundice , pale.
Dysrhythmias and heart failure.
Sudden change in temperature.
There is sever pain in various part of the body.
Loss of appetite.
.Ischemic necrosis or hypoxic damage.
Bone pain: painful and swollen large joints.
Decreased splenic functionClinical Manifestation
Decrease in hgb 9 QIDC
Loss of appetite
Sudden change in temperature .Increase when she has pain 37.5C.
Severe pain in various part of body. L and R lower and upper limbs. Pain score 8.Clinical manifestation:
Abnormal hemoglobin turns in to sickle shaped
Decrease oxygen carrying capacity of the RBCs
The deformed RBCs obstruct blood flow to tissue
Vaso occlusive crisis
Joint pain and organ infraction
Nursing Diagnosis:Activity intolerance related to illness as manifested by pain, loss appetite and patient looks pale.GOAL:Encourage power.