Ms. Nichols Dx: Metastatic Peritoneal Disease and Colorectal Cancer Hx: Colon Cancer (2019) - (20...

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Ms. Nichols Dx: Metastatic Peritoneal Disease and Colorectal Cancer Hx: Colon Cancer (2019) - (2020) - Pelvic Exenteration + Chemo (June 2020) Sx: Fistula Removal DIH: 15 by Mind Map: Ms. Nichols Dx: Metastatic Peritoneal Disease and Colorectal Cancer Hx: Colon Cancer (2019) - (2020) - Pelvic Exenteration + Chemo (June 2020) Sx: Fistula Removal DIH: 15

1. Medications

1.1. Metformin

1.2. Acetaminophen

1.3. Insulin Regular

1.4. Enoxaparin

1.5. Metoprolol

1.6. Amlodapine

1.7. PCA

2. LSV + Pain

2.1. BP: 156/99

2.2. HR: 100

2.3. Temp: 36.7

2.4. Resp: 16

2.5. O2: 96% on 1L NP

2.6. Pain: 4-6/10 consistently

3. Acute Pain

3.1. Risk for actual acute pain as related to recent right hemicolectomy as evidenced by pain scale of 4-6/10 consistently, pt has been complaining of new increased pain on lower abdomen by the surgical site, and continuous use of PCA machine.

3.1.1. Risk For Infection

3.1.1.1. Interventions 1. Swab surgical site and send to lab

4. Impaired Skin Integrity

4.1. Risk for Impaired skin integrity related to hospital stay as evidenced by patient is on bedrest, patient is diabetic, NPO (no fluids -> lower perfusion)

4.1.1. Skin Ulcers

4.1.1.1. Interventions: 1. Rotate every 2 hours 2. Promote mobility 3. Moisturize/Barrier Cream the area

5. Impaired Perfusion

5.1. Risk for DVT/clot related to HTN as evidenced by BP of >200/>100 before meds, lack of mobility, bedridden, NPO

5.1.1. Stroke

5.1.1.1. Interventions 1. Code Blue 2. Apply O2 3. Call for help 4. Push Fluids 5. Administer antigoagulant

5.1.2. Heart Attack

5.1.2.1. Interventions 1. Code Blue 2. Oxygen 3. Call for help

5.1.3. PE

5.1.3.1. Interventions 1. Code Blue 2. Administer O2 3. Call for Help 4. Keep patient calm

5.1.4. DVT

5.1.4.1. Interventions: 1. Promote Mobility 2. Administer Enoxaparin when due

5.2. Interventions: 1. Administer Amlodapine, Metoprolol, enoxaparin at appropriate times 2. Promote mobility

6. Impaired Gas Exchange

6.1. Impaired GE related to hospital stay as evidenced by patient has O2 sat of 93-96% on 1L NP, Doctors orders to keep patient on 1L NP, pt is continuously SOB

6.1.1. Interventions 1. Administer O2 2. Administer Bronchodilator if wheezing 3. Sit up right 4. Encourage DB+C

7. Impaired Elimination

7.1. Risk for impaired elimination related to recent bowel surgery as evidenced by pt has catheter, was administered Glycerin SUP yesterday evening, not passing BM just flatus, dx of large bowel obstruction

7.1.1. Interventions: 1. Ensure IV is running at appropriate rate 2. Check labs 3. Encourage gum chewing 4. Promote mobility 5. Consider adding PEG to medications

8. Impaired Nutrition

8.1. Impaired Nutrition related to patient's status of NPO as evidenced by patient is on TPN, is NPO, patient vomits periodically, patient has lost 20 pounds in 30 days

8.1.1. Interventions 1. Include nutritional contents in TPN 2. Replace loss fluids through vomit 3. Inquire when pt can eat food orally

9. Impaired Fluid and Electrolytes

9.1. Risk for impaired F+E related to NG tube as evidenced by patient is on TPN, NG tube is sucking nutrients out, patient is NPO, patient vomits peridocially

9.1.1. Interventions 1. Check labs 2. SBAR Doc if lab abnormal

10. Impaired Mobility

10.1. Risk for impaired mobility related to recent sx as evidenced by Braden scale of 1 on mobility, patient is in pain and does not want to move

11. Impaired Mental Health

11.1. Impaired self image/mental health that could lead to anxiety and or depression related to metastatic carcinoma breast cancer as evidenced by patient has reportedly lost 20 pounds in 30 days and reports not wanting to leave bed

11.1.1. Interventions 1. Thereupatic communication 2. Involve Psych 3. Discuss ways to improve mental health (capacity building, empowerment)

12. Breast Cancer

13. HTN

14. Large Bowel Obstruction

15. Right Hemicolectomy

15.1. Remove a part of the colon

16. PSR

16.1. Increases HR + BP Increases Cortisol -> increased Blood sugar level