00202 Risk for ineffective gastrointestinal perfusion

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00202 Risk for ineffective gastrointestinal perfusion

This diagnosis lacked sufficient differentiation from other cardiovascular diagnoses within the terminology.

Definition of the NANDA label

Risk of decreased gastrointestinal circulation.

Risk factors

• Aorto-abdominal aneurysm.
• Abdominal compartment syndrome.
• Abnormal partial thromboplastin time.
• Abnormal prothrombin time.
• Acute gastrointestinal bleeding.
• Acute gastrointestinal bleeding.
• Age & gt; 60 years.
• Anemia.
• Coagulopathy (eg, sickle cell anemia).
• Mellitus diabetes.
• Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC).
• Female gender.
• Gastric paresis (diabetes mellitus).
• Gastroesophageal varices.
• Gastrointestinal disease (eg, gastric or duodenal ulcer, ischemic colitis, ischemic pancreatitis).
• Hemodynamic instability.
• Liver dysfunction.
• Myocardial infarction.
• Decreased left ventricular ejection.
• Kidney failure.
• Stroke.
• Trauma.
• Smoking.
• Treatment-related side effects (eg, cardiopulmonary bypass, medications, anesthesia, gastric surgery).
• Vascular disease (eg, peripheral vascular disease, aortoiliac occlusive disease).

NOC

• Preparation of information.
• Self-care.
• Risk identification.
• Self-care.
• Healthy behavior.
• Responsibility.
• Laboratory control.
• Circulatory state.
• Status of vital signs.
• Neurological status.
• Electrolyte and acid-base balance.
• Tissue perfusion: abdominal organs.
• Tissue integrity: skin and mucous membranes.

NIC

• Information management.
• Help in making health decisions.
• Favor family support.
• Promotion of the role.
• Promotion of healthy behavior.
• Prevention.
• Promote self-responsibility.
• Hemodynamic regulation.
• Circulatory precautions.
• Management of vital signs.
• Neurological monitoring.
• Electrolyte management.
• Surveillance of the skin.

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