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Title / ConceptCUI
AnxietyC0003467
Decreased cardiac outputC0007166
Uses supplies and equipment within safe parameters.C0014680
FatigueC0015672
FearC0015726
CARDIACC0018787
HypothermiaC0020672
INFECTIONC0021311
NauseaC0027497
Assesses nutritional habits and patterns.C0028708
RADIATION INJURYC0034530
SafetyC0036043
Social isolationC0037421
Screens for substance abuse.C0038577
Urinary retentionC0080274
Ineffective airway clearanceC0150011
Risk for aspirationC0150012
Ineffective breathing patternC0150017
Defensive copingC0150022
Ineffective denialC0150023
Compromised family copingC0150027
Risk for fluid volume deficitC0150032
Impaired gas exchangeC0150034
Anticipatory grievingC0150035
Ineffective health maintenanceC0150038
Impaired home maintenanceC0150040
HopelessnessC0150041
Chronic painC0150055
Parental role conflictC0150056
Post-trauma syndromeC0150062
PowerlessnessC0150063
Ineffective protectionC0150064
Disturbed sensory perceptionC0150075
Ineffective sexuality patternsC0150076
Impaired skin integrityC0150077
Disturbed sleep patternC0150079
Spiritual distressC0150081
Ineffective thermoregulationC0150083
Disturbed thought processC0150084
Impaired tissue integrityC0150085
Caregiver role strainC0178400
Acute painC0184567
Administers prescribed prophylactic treatments.C0199176
Performs skin preparations.C0204800
NEUROLOGICC0205494
Decreased intracranial adaptive capacityC0221543
Imbalanced nutrition: more than body requirementsC0231352
Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirementsC0231353
Risk for impaired skin integrityC0231357
Risk for imbalanced body temperatureC0231359
Impaired urinary eliminationC0231365
Activity intoleranceC0231367
Deficient knowledgeC0231391
Decisional conflictC0231394
Ineffective role performanceC0231410
Interrupted family processesC0231414
Implements latex allergy precautions as needed.C0262710
Monitors body temperature.C0278387
NoncomplianceC0376405
Establishes IV access.C0398266
Implements thermoregulation measures.C0412806
CHEMICAL INJURYC0441713
NORMOTHERMIAC0445103
Ineffective copingC0455744
Implements aseptic technique.C0516382
PARTICIPATES IN DECISIONSC0517315
Impaired physical mobilityC0518456
RESPIRATORYC0521346
Fluid volume excessC0546817
Sexual dysfunctionC0549622
Body image disturbanceC0558116
Impaired verbal communicationC0566027
Risk for infectionC0582147
Risk for injuryC0582456
Performs venipuncture.C0600406
RESPECTC0679133
Low self-esteemC0679136
PRIVACY RIGHTSC0680545
Monitors for signs and symptoms of infection.C0811641
Impaired spontaneous ventilationC0812339
Allergic response to latexC0812341
Impaired transfer abilityC0812356
Impaired bed mobilityC0812357
Delayed surgical recoveryC0812358
Administers care to wound sites.C0886052
Assesses pain control.C1161170
Risk for allergic response to latexC1268626
Risk for impaired parent/infant/child attachmentC1268629
Risk for caregiver role strainC1268630
Risk for peripheral neurovascular dysfunctionC1268632
Risk for perioperative positioning injuryC1268633
Delayed growth and developmentC1268730
Ineffective therapeutic regimen managementC1268736
Risk for fallsC1268740
Provides care without prejudicial behavior.C1268938
Implements hemostasis techniques.C1268946
Applies safety devices.C1269661
Assesses psychosocial issues specific to the patient`s medication management.C1269663
Assesses psychosocial issues specific to the patient`s nutritional status.C1269664
Assesses susceptibility for infection.C1269665
Classifies surgical wound.C1269666
Determines knowledge level.C1269667
Develops individualized plan of care.C1269668
Evaluates environment for home care.C1269669
Evaluates for signs and symptoms of chemical injury.C1269670
Evaluates for signs and symptoms of electrical injury.C1269671
Evaluates for signs and symptoms of injury as a result of positioning.C1269672
Evaluates for signs and symptoms of physical injury to skin and tissue.C1269673
Evaluates for signs and symptoms of laser injury.C1269674
Evaluates for signs and symptoms of skin and tissue injury as a result of transfer or transport.C1269675
Evaluates for signs of radiation injury to skin and tissue.C1269676
Evaluates postoperative respiratory status.C1269678
Evaluates postoperative tissue perfusion.C1269679
Evaluates response to instruction about prescribed medications.C1269680
Evaluates response to instructions.C1269682
Evaluates response to medications.C1269701
Evaluates response to nutritional instruction.C1269702
Evaluates response to pain management instruction.C1269703
Evaluates response to pain management interventions.C1269704
Evaluates response to thermoregulation measures.C1269705
Explains expected sequence of events.C1269706
Identifies baseline tissue perfusion.C1269708
Identifies cultural and value components related to pain.C1269709
Identifies expectations of home care.C1269710
Identifies individual values and wishes concerning care.C1269711
Implements alternative methods of pain control.C1269712
Implements pain guidelines.C1269713
Implements protective measures to prevent injury due to electrical sources.C1269714
Implements protective measures to prevent injury due to laser sources.C1269715
Implements protective measures to prevent injury due to radiation sources.C1269716
Implements protective measures to prevent skin and tissue injury due to chemical sources.C1269717
Implements protective measures to prevent skin or tissue injury due to thermal sources.C1269718
Initiates traffic control.C1269721
Monitors changes in respiratory status.C1269722
Monitors physiological parameters.C1269723
Notes sensory impairments.C1269724
Performs required counts.C1269725
Preserves and protects the patient`s autonomy, dignity, and human rights.C1269726
Protects from cross-contamination.C1269727
Screens for physical abuse.C1269729
Secures patient`s records, belongings, and valuables.C1269731
Shares patient information only with those directly involved in care.C1269732
Transports according to individual needs.C1269733
Uses a clinical pathway.C1269734
Verifies allergies.C1269735
Verifies consent for planned procedure.C1269736
Assesses coping mechanisms.C1269807
Evaluates progress of wound healing.C1269813
Assesses risk for inadvertent hypothermia.C1269814
Assesses history of previous radiation exposure.C1269818
Assesses baseline neurological status.C1269820
Evaluates postoperative neurological status.C1269821
Maintains patient`s dignity and privacy.C1269822
Implements protective measures during neurosurgical procedures.C1269823
Implements measures to provide psychological support.C1269824
Administers care to invasive device sites.C1269847
Assesses readiness to learn.C1272648
Maintains continuous surveillance.C1276781
Provides instruction regarding dietary needs.C1276795
Provides pain management instruction.C1276796
Acute confusionC1285577
Minimizes the length of invasive procedure by planning care.C1299710
Collaborates in fluid and electrolyte management.C1299781
Elicits perceptions of surgery.C1299784
PAIN CONTROLC1304888
Fluid volume deficitC1313905
Ineffective tissue perfusionC1328773
Physiologic ResponsesC1546213
Behavioral Responses - Patient and Family: KnowledgeC1546214
Behavioral Responses - Patient and Family: Rights/EthicsC1546215
Health SafetyC1546216
The patient demonstrates and/or reports adequate pain control throughout the perioperative period.C1546217
EXTRANEOUS OBJECTSC1546218
The patient is free from signs and symptoms of injury caused by extraneous objects.C1546219
The patient is free from signs and symptoms of chemical injury.C1546220
The patient is free from signs and symptoms of electrical injury.C1546221
POSITIONING INJURYC1546222
The patient is free from signs and symptoms of injury related to positioning.C1546223
LASER INJURYC1546224
The patient is free from signs and symptoms of laser injury.C1546225
The patient is free from signs and symptoms of radiation injury.C1546226
TRANSFER/TRANSPORT INJURYC1546227
The patient is free from signs and symptoms of injury related to transfer/transport.C1546228
MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION INJURYC1546229
The patient receives appropriate medication(s), safely administered during the perioperative period.C1546230
The patient is free from signs and symptoms of infection.C1546231
WOUND/TISSUE PERFUSIONC1546232
The patient has wound/tissue perfusion consistent with orimproved from baseline levels established preoperatively.C1546233
The patient is at or returning to normothermia at the conclusion of the immediate postoperative period.C1546234
FLUID/ELECTROLYTE/ACID-BASE BALANCESC1546235
The patient`s fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balances are consistent with or improved from baseline levels established preoperatively.C1546236
The patient`s respiratory function is consistent with or improved from baseline levels established preoperatively.C1546237
The patient`s cardiovascular status is consistent with or improved from baseline levels established preoperatively.C1546238
KNOWLEDGE OF NUTRITION MANAGEMENTC1546239
The patient demonstrates knowledge of nutritional management related to the operative or other invasive procedure.C1546240
KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICATION MANAGEMENTC1546241
The patient demonstrates knowledge of medication management.C1546242
KNOWLEDGE OF PAIN MANAGEMENTC1546243
The patient demonstrates knowledge of pain management.C1546244
KNOWLEDGE OF REHABILITATION PROCESSC1546245
The patient participates in the rehabilitation process.C1546246
KNOWLEDGE OF WOUND MANAGEMENTC1546247
The patient demonstrates knowledge of wound management.C1546248
The patient participates in decisions affecting his or her perioperative plan of care.C1546249
INDIVIDUALIZED CAREC1546250
The patient`s care is consistent with the individualized perioperative plan of care.C1546251
The patient`s right to privacy is maintained.C1546252
COMPETENT CAREC1546253
The patient is the recipient of competent and ethical care within legal standards of practice.C1546254
CONSISTENT CAREC1546255
The patient receives consistent and comparable care regardless of the setting.C1546256
The patient`s value system, lifestyle, ethnicity, and culture are considered, respected, and incorporated in the perioperative plan of care.C1546257
The patient`s neurological status is consistent with or improved from baseline levels established preoperatively.C1546258
KNOWLEDGE OF EXPECTED RESPONSESC1546259
The patient demonstrates knowledge of the expected responses to the operative or invasive procedure.C1546260
Encourages deep breathing and coughing exercises.C1546261
Evaluates postoperative cardiac status.C1546262
Evaluates psychosocial response to plan of care.C1546263
Evaluates response to instruction about wound care and phases of wound healing.C1546264
Identifies and reports philosophical, cultural, and spiritual beliefs and values.C1546265
Identifies and reports the presence of implantable cardiac devices.C1546266
Identifies baseline cardiac status.C1546267
Identifies physical alterations that require additional precautions for procedure-specific positioning.C1546268
Identifies physiological status.C1546269
Identifies psychosocial status.C1546270
Implements protective measures to prevent skin/tissue injury due to mechanical sources.C1546271
Includes family members in preoperative teaching.C1546272
Includes patient and family members in discharge planning.C1546273
Manages culture specimen collection.C1546274
Manages specimen handling and disposition.C1546275
Obtains consultation from appropriate health care providers to initiate new treatments or change existing treatments.C1546276
Provides care in a nondiscriminatory, nonprejudicial manner regardless of the setting in which care is given.C1546277
Provides care respecting worth and dignity regardless of diagnosis, disease process, procedure, or projected outcome.C1546278
Provides information and explains Patient Self-Determination Act.C1546279
Provides instruction about prescribed medications.C1546280
Provides instruction about wound care and phases of wound healing.C1546281
Provides instruction based on age and identified needs.C1546282
Provides status reports to family members..C1546283
Recognizes and reports deviation in arterial blood gas studies.C1546284
Recognizes and reports deviation in diagnostic study results.C1546285
Records devices implanted during the operative or invasive procedure.C1546286
Uses monitoring equipment to assess cardiac status.C1546287
Uses monitoring equipment to assess respiratory status.C1546288
Verifies presence of prosthetics or corrective devices.C1546289
Acts as a patient advocate by protecting the patient from incompetent, unethical, or illegal practices.C1546290
Administers blood product therapy as prescribed.C1546291
Administers electrolyte therapy as prescribed.C1546292
Administers prescribed antibiotic therapy and immunizing agents as ordered.C1546293
Administers prescribed medications and solutions.C1546294
Administers prescribed medications based on arterial blood gas results.C1546295
Assesses factors related to risks for ineffective tissue perfusion.C1546296
Collaborates in initiating patient-controlled analgesia.C1546297
Confirms identity before the operative or invasive procedure.C1546298
Ensures continuity of care.C1546299
Functions as first assistant during surgical incision, excision, and repair of pathology (RNFA).C1546300
Identifies factors associated with an increased risk for hemorrhage or fluid and electrolyte loss.C1546301
Identifies barriers to communication.C1546302
Implements protective measures prior to operative or invasive procedure.C1546303
Applies chemical hemostatic agents (RNFA).C1546304
Prescribes medications within scope of practice (RNFA).C1546305
Verifies operative procedure, surgical site, and laterality.C1546306
Assesses knowledge regarding wound care and phases of wound healing.C1546307
Maintains patient confidentiality.C1546308
Evaluates response to administration of fluids and electrolytes.C1546309
Risk for fluid volume imbalanceC1546310
ELECTRICAL INJURYC1556061
Positions the patient.C1561964
HyperthermiaC1704628
 
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