Nursing Diagnosis and Nursing Intervention

Fatigue Nursing Diagnosis - NIC NOC

Nursing Diagnosis for Fatigue

Definition: Fatigue An overwhelming, sustained sense of exhaustion and decreased capacity for physical and mental work at usual level

Characteristics: Inability to restore energy even after sleep; lack of energy or inability to maintain usual level of physical activity; increase in rest requirements; tired; inability to maintain usual routines; verbalization of an unremitting and overwhelming lack of energy; lethargic or listless; perceived need for additional energy to accomplish routine tasks; increase in physical complaints; compromised concentration; disinterest in surroundings, introspection; decreased performance; compromised libido; drowsy; feelings of guilt for not keeping up with responsibilities

Related Factors:
Boring lifestyle; stress; anxiety; depression
Humidity; lights; noise; temperature
Negative life events; occupation
Sleep deprivation; pregnancy; poor physical condition; disease states (cancer, HIV, multiple sclerosis); increased physical exertion; malnutrition; anemia

NOC Outcomes (Nursing Outcomes Classification)
• Endurance
• Concentration
• Energy Conservation
• Nutritional Status: Energy

Client Outcomes
Verbalizes increased energy and improved well-being
Explains energy conservation plan to offset fatigue

NIC Interventions (Nursing Interventions Classification)
Energy Management

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