Imbalanced Nutrition Less Than Body Requirements related to loss of appetite
- Showed good nutritional status.
Expected outcomes are:
- Tolerance to dietary needs.
- Retain lean body mass and body weight within normal limits.
- Laboratory values within normal limits.
- Reported adequacy of energy levels.
- Create a meal plan with the patient, to put in a feeding schedule.
- Support family members to bring the patient's favorite food from home.
- Large portions of food offered during the day when a high appetite.
- Make sure the diet meets the needs of the body as indicated.
- Make sure the patient's diet is liked or disliked.
- Monitor input and expenditure and body weight periodically.
- Assess the patient's skin turgor.
- Keeping the diet of patients so that patients eat regularly.
- Patients feel comfortable with food brought from home and can improve the appetite of the patient.
- By administering a large portion can maintain adequacy of nutrition intake.
- High carbohydrate, protein, and calories needed or required during treatment.
- To support the increasing appetite of the patient.
- Knowing the balance of intake and expenditure of food intake.
- As the data supporting a change of less nutritional needs.
- Monitor laboratory values, such as hemoglobin, albumin, and blood glucose levels.
- Teaches a method for meal planning.
- In order to determine the level of Hb content deficiencies, albumin, and glucose in the blood.
- Clients used to eat in a planned and orderly.
- Teach patients and families about nutritious food and not expensive.
- Maintain the adequacy of intake of nutrients needed.