Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan of Urinary Tract Infection

So the focus of this care plan for Urinary Tract Infections include all the efforts you can undertake to get your patients relief from pain and discomfort, increase their knowledge of preventive measures and treatment regimen and save the patient from any kind of complications. This should be taken note of and should be kept under observation, so as the disease do not worsen.

This is one of the most common diagnoses in nursing home residents. There is substantial uncertainty in the diagnosis of symptomatic urinary infection in this population. Diagnostic accuracy is compromised by limitations in communication and in the clinical assessment of signs and symptoms in elderly residents with functional and mental impairment.

Impaired Urinary Elimination

Impaired Urinary Elimination: Dysfunction in urinary elimination.

May be related to

Frequent urination, urgency, and hesitancy.
Possibly evidenced by

  • Dysuria.
  • Urinary frequency; urge.
  • Urinary hesitancy.
  • Desired Outcomes
  • . Urinary frequency; urge.
  • Urinary hesitancy.
  • Desired Outcomes

The client will achieve normal urinary elimination pattern, as evidenced by the absence sign of urinary disorders (urgency, oliguria, dysuria).
The client will demonstrate behavioral techniques to prevent urinary infection.

After several decades of being plagued with urinary incontinence from an overactive bladder/ stress incontinence. Which has been confirmed by tests?
I am interested in how overactive symptoms can be controlled better.
I read over the years certain food and fluids may have a tendency to irritate the lining of the bladder. And best be avoided if you are affected.
I have experienced personally Alcohol chocolate results in an increase in frequency and urgency going to the toilet to urinate more.
So what about the other foods that can annoy the bladder function spicy foods curries chilies peppers. Tomatoes paste sour cream oranges lemons because of the citrus juice.
I must confess all the above dietary foods I regularly digest.
Wondering If I should try to eliminate the from mentioned foods from my diet to see if my urinary incontinence improves may become less troublesome better managed?
Any thoughts what works successfully.

Nursing Diagnosis for Urinary Tract Infections

  1. Acute Pain
    related to: inflammation and infection of the urethra, bladder, and other urinary tract structures.
  2. Impaired Urinary Elimination
    related to: frequent urination, urgency, and hesitancy.
  3. Disturbed Sleep Pattern
    related to: pain and nocturia.
  4. Hyperthermia
    related to: the inflammatory reaction.
  5. Imbalanced Nutrition, Less Than Body Requirements
    related to: anorexia.
  6. The risk for Fluid Volume Deficit
    related to: excessive evaporation and vomiting.
  7. Anxiety
    related to: crisis situations, coping mechanisms are ineffective.
  8. Knowledge Deficit: about the condition, prognosis, and treatment needs
    related to: the lack of resources.

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