4 Nursing Interventions for Gastritis

Nursing Interventions for Gastritis

1. Nursing Diagnosis: Acute Pain

Purpose: Pain is gone / no pain

Nursing Interventions:
• Review the level of pain.
• Provide information about the different strategies chosen to reduce pain.
• Encourage clients to use the chosen strategy to reduce pain.
• Encourage clients to avoid eating foods that stimulate an increase in stomach acid.
• Collaboration with the medical team for the administration of anti-analgesic.

• In order to determine the level of pain experienced by the client.
• Able to learn methods of pain reduction and can do it.
• Assist in menurunhkan experienced pain threshold.
• In order for clients to find foods that stimulate stomach acid and does not consume them.
• Reduce the level of pain experienced by the client.

2. Nursing Diagnosis: Imbalanced Nutrition Less Than Body Requirements

Purpose: Nutrition balanced.

Nursing Interventions:
• Describe the client and family about the importance of food for the body.
• Monitor the amount of food intake.
• Monitor and record the number of vomiting, frequency and color
• Provide a varied diet according to his diet to stimulate appetite.
• Provide food in small portions but frequently.
• Collaboration with the medical team for the administration of anti-emetic drugs.

• Clients and families can learn the importance of
• To know the food is consumed.
• As the data to perform nursing actions and subsequent treatment.
• To klirn be motivated and stimulates appetite.
• To reduce the feelings and needs food for patients.
• As a therapy for inhibiting / stimulating nausea and vomiting.

3. Nursing Diagnosis: Risk for Fluid Volume Deficit

Purpose: volume of body fluids are met

Nursing Interventions:
· Assess the possibility of signs of dehydration and record intake and output.
· Assess the balance of fluids and electrolytes every 24 hours.
· Encourage clients to keep the peroral intake is to eat and drink a little but often.
· Encourage clients to avoid consuming foods and beverages that contain caffeine.

· Detecting the early signs of dehydration.
· Detecting early indicator of fluid and electrolyte imbalance.
· In order for the client's body fluid balance can be maintained.
· Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant that can increase the activity of gastric and pepsin secretion leading to increased secretion of gastric acid that can cause reactions of nausea and vomiting.

4. Nursing Diagnosis: Anxiety

Purpose: No Anxiety

Nursing Interventions:
• Assess the client's anxiety.
• Give the client an opportunity to express his anxiety.
• Explain to clients that can challenge dijalankankan diet after recovery.
• Explain to the client about medical procedures / treatments will be done and encouraged cooperative therein.
• Provide motivation to the client about his recovery.

• As the initial data to determine the client's anxiety level.
• In order to determine the cause of anxiety is experienced as well as reduce the psychological burden of the client.
• The client can adhere to diet and avoid disease relapse again.
• Able to understand and accept all the measures taken to cure the disease process.
• Clients and families are optimistic for the healing of disease and comply with all recommended clients are given.
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