Nursing Diagnosis for TB Tuberculosis - NANDA

Nursing diagnoses that commonly occurs in clients with pulmonary tuberculosis are as follows:
1. Ineffective airway clearance
relate to:
  • thick secretions or blood secretions,
  • weakness,
  • bad cough effort,
  • edema, tracheal / pharyngeal.
2. Impaired gas exchange
  • related to:
  • reduced effectiveness of the surface of the lung,
  • atelectasis,
  • alveolar capillary membrane damage,
  • secretions are thick,
  • bronchial edema.
3. Risk for Infection and spread of infection
related to:
  • decreased immune system,
  • decreased ciliary function,
  • secretions are settled,
  • tissue damage caused by the spread of infection,
  • malnutrition,
  • contaminated by the environment,
  • lack of knowledge about infectious germs.
4. Imbalanced Nutrition Less Than Body Requirements
related to:
  • fatigue,
  • frequent coughing,
  • production of sputum,
  • dyspnea,
  • anorexia,
  • decline in financial capability.
5. Knowledge Deficit: about the condition, treatment, prevention
related to:
  • nothing is explained,
  • interpretation is wrong,
  • the information is incomplete / inaccurate,
  • limited knowledge / cognitive.
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