Nursing Diagnosis for Alteration in Bowel Elimination : Constipation


Definition:

A situation where an individual experience or a higher risk of static in the large intestine, resulting in a rare bowel movements, hard, dry stools.

Related Factors:

Pathophysiology
Related to innervation disorders, pelvic floor muscles are weak, and immobilization:
Spinal cord lesions
Spinal cord injury
Dementia
Cerebrovascular injury (CSV, stroke)
Neurological Disease
Related to a reduced metabolic rate:
Obesity
Diabetic neuropathic
Uremia
Hypothyroidism
Hyperparathyroidism
Related to decreased peristalsis:
Hypoxia (cardiac, pulmonary)
Action
Related to side effects (specific):
Aluminum antacids
Aspirin anesthetic
Iron Fenotiasine
Barium Calcium
Anticholinergics Diuretics
Narcotics Agents antiparkinson
Situational
Related to decreased peristaltis
Immobilization
Gestation
Stress
Lack of exercise
Related to elimination pattern ketitakteraturan
Dealing with fear of pain
Related to fluid intake takadekuat

Major Data

  • Frequency decreased
  • Stool hard, dry
  • Straining at stool issue
  • Abdominal distension

Minor Data

  • Pressure on the rectal
  • Headache, decreased appetite
  • Abdominal pain

Expected Outcomes Nursing Care Plan for Alteration in Bowel Elimination : Constipation

Individuals will:
  1. Describe the therapeutic program defecation
  2. reported or showed increased bowel elimination
  3. explain the rationale of intervention

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