Nursing Diagnosis for Constipation : Acute Pain related to the accumulation of hard stool in the abdomen
- Show the pain has diminished
Expected outcomes are:
- Shows relaxation techniques, individually effective to achieve comfort.
- Maintain the level of pain on a small scale
- Reported physical and psychological health.
- Recognize the causes and the use of measures to prevent pain.
- Using action to reduce the pain with analgesics and non-analgesics as appropriate.
- Help the patient to focus more on activities rather than pain, to make of switching via television or radio.
- Note that the elderly have increased sensitivity to the analgesic effects of opiates.
- Consider the possibility of drug-drug interactions and drug disease in the elderly.
- Clients can distract from pain.
- Be careful in giving anlgesik opiates.
- Be careful in the provision of drugs in the elderly.
- Ask the patient to assess pain or lack of comfort on a scale of 0-10.
- Use the pain flow sheet.
- Perform a comprehensive pain assessment.
- Knowing the client's level of pain experienced.
- Knowing the characteristics of the pain.
- Knowing the specific pain.
- Instruct patient to inform the nurse, if the reduction of pain, less is reached.
- Provide information about the pain.
- Nurses can perform the right actions, overcoming the client's pain.
- So that patients do not feel anxious.