Nursing Diagnosis and Intervention : Fluid Volume Deficit for Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Nursing Diagnosis for Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Fluid Volume Deficit related to excessive fluid loss

Nursing Intervention Fluid Volume Deficit for Hyperemesis Gravidarum

1. Determine the frequency or severity of nausea / vomiting.
Provide data with regard to all conditions. Increased levels of the hormone chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), changes in carbohydrate metabolism and decreased gastric motility aggravate nausea / vomiting trimester I.

2. Review the history kemungkinah other medical problems (eg peptic ulcer, gastritis.
Assist in other causes aside to address the special problems in identifying interventions.

3. Assess body temperature and skin turgor, mucous membranes, TD, input / output and urine specific gravity. Weigh BB client and compare it with the standard
Rational: As an indicator to help evaluate the level or hydration needs.

4. Encourage increased intake of carbonated beverages, eating as often as possible with the least amount. Foods high in carbonates such as dry toast before getting out of bed.
Rational: To assist in minimizing nausea / vomiting by decreasing gastric acidity.