Hyperthermia is elevated body temperature due to a break in thermoregulation that arises when a body produces or absorbs more heat than it. This nursing care plan and diagnosis with nursing interventions is for the following conditions: Hyperthermia, Fever, High Temperature. Free nursing care plan. Hyperthermia NCP. SYSTEMIC INFECTION. Nursing Diagnosis: Hyperthermia related to increased metabolic rate, illness. Hyperthermia.
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Educate client of signs and symptoms of hyperthermia and help him identify factors related to occurrence of fever; discuss importance of increased fluid intake to avoid dehydration. Tympanic or rectal temperature gives a more accurate indication of hypertherkia temperature. Lumbar Puncture Spinal Tap. Ineffective Therapeutic Regimen Management. Note shaking, chills or profuse diaphoresis.
Avoid use of alcohol. Room temperature may be accustomed to near normal body temperature and blankets and linens may be adjusted as indicated to regulate temperature of the patient.
Body temperature elevated above normal range. Cooling too quickly may cause shivering, which increases the use of energy calories and increases the metabolic rate to produce heat. After 4 hours of giving nursing interventions, the client will be able to demonstrate temperature within normal range and be hypeethermia of chills.
Client will be free from febrile convulsions resulting to brain damage after 1 week of nursing care. If the patient is unconscious, central venous pressure or pulmonary artery pressure should be measured to monitor fluid status. My head is aching and burning as if the steam comes out of my ears periodically. What to Expect in Nursing School?
Some underlying conditions can also cause hyperthermia, like thyrotoxicosis, heart attack and other forms of cancer. The patient who is significantly dehydrated is no longer able hyperthremia sweat, yhperthermia is necessary for evaporative cooling.
Hyprethermia patient and family members about the signs and symptoms of hyperthermia and help in identifying factors related to occurrence of fever; discuss importance of increased fluid intake to avoid dehydration. It occurs when the body is invaded by some bacteria, viruses, or parasites. After 3 days of giving nursing interventions, the client will experience no associated complications.
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sodium losses occur with profuse sweating and accidental hyperthermia. Provide tepid sponge baths. Notify me of new posts by email. Provide cooling blanket, or hypothermia therapy, as indicated.
Fever (Hyperthermia) Nursing Care Plan
Nursing Care Plan: Hyperthermia NCP
Sometimes the occurrence of fever may also be due to non- infectious factors like injury, heat stroke or dehydration. Please enter your name here. Nursing Care Plan Breast Cancer.
Providing health teachings to the patient and family aids in coping with disease condition and could help prevent further complications of hyperthermia.