What can be a nursing diagnosis for a patient with Acute gastroenteritis and severe dehydration?

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I already have Fluid volume deficit, alteration in comfort;abdominal pain, and imbalanced nutrition. i need 3 more. if risk for infection, related to what?
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  • jess answered 6 years ago
In order I would say
Fluid Volume deficit
Acute pain
Altered Nutrition
Risk for altered skin integrity
Risk for infection (it is likly that your pt. has an infection and that is the cause so you need to read up on him/her to see if this fits)
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  • K1208 answered 6 years ago
    Wow you need a lot of nursing diagnoses! I would not think risk for infection would be up there...But you can almost always use knowledge deficit... R/T treatment plan or medication?

    Check out this web site: http://www.efn.org/~nurses/nanda.html

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  • Sarah D answered 6 years ago
    only other ones I can of would be , acute pain, perhaps fatigue? and I wouldn't say risk for infection unless he has some sort of incision or open wound.

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  • Alex answered 6 years ago
    Alcohol poisoning might produce these kinds of symptoms...
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