Diabetic Nursing Care

Nursing management of diabetes includes effective treatment to normalize blood glucose and decrease complications using insulin replacement, balanced diet, and exercise. The nurse should stress the importance of complying with the prescribed treatment program. Tailor your teaching to the patient’s needs, abilities, and developmental stage. Stress the effect of blood glucose control on long-term health.

 

Nursing care plans for diabetes mellitus: 

1.       Risk for Unstable Blood Glucose

2.       Deficient Knowledge

3.       Risk for Infection

4.       Risk for Disturbed Sensory Perception

5.       Powerlessness

6.       Risk for Ineffective Therapeutic Regimen Management

7.       Risk for Injury

8.       Imbalanced Nutrition: Less Than Body Requirements

9.       Risk for Deficient Fluid Volume

10.    Fatigue

11.    Risk for Impaired Skin Integrity

12.    Other Possible Nursing Care Plans

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