Medical Analysis of Hypertensive Renal Disease

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Diagnosis: pale and diaphoretic, low levels of BUN (29) and Creatinine (2.0), hypertensive renal disease Outcomes: Pt will demonstrate adequate renal output as evidence by Normal blood pressure No fatigue No anemia No retention of fluids Good appetite Proper appetite No nausea Nursing Interventions: Monitoring of the vital signs every 3-4 hours Monitoring of the blood pressure every 3-4 hours Monitoring of the cholesterol level of very 8 hours (should be less than 100ml/dL) Administer Medications as Order Monitor for changes in Mental Status Goals: Decreasing the high blood pressure to normal levels No Signs of hypoxia Elimination of anemia Notes An increase in high blood pressure is noted to affect renal functions negatively. Hypertensive renal disease is just one of the disease that can result due to high blood pressure. Hypertensive renal disease is a disease that is characterized by hypertension which is associated with renal dysfunction (Perneger et al,1995). The disease is primary manifested by an increase in the level of serum creatinine (Udani, Lazich & Bakris,2011).The persistent increase in the level of serum creatinine is a reflection of a substantial amount of renal parenchymal damage as an irreversible of kidney dysfunction to some extent. The increase of Mr.Issler's BUN and Creatinine results are the main biomarkers that led to the positive diagnosis of hypertensive renal disease .The nurse plays an essential role in the provision of care for
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