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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Risk for Social Isolation related to Communication Barriers - Tinnitus

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Nursing Diagnosis for Tinnitus
Nursing Diagnosis for Tinnitus :
Risk for Social Isolation related to communication barriers

Tinnitus is a hearing loss, with complaints of feeling heard no sound from external stimuli. Complaint may be a sound buzzing, roaring, hissing, or a variety of other sounds. Symptoms can appear continuous or intermittent.

The causes of tinnitus are very diverse, some of the causes include:

Dirt in the ear canal, which, if already in the clear ringing flavor will be lost.
Infections of the middle ear and the inner ear.
Blood disorders.
Blood pressure is high or low, where it stimulates the auditory nerve.
The disease Meniere's syndrome, in which the pressure of fluid in the cochlea increases, causing decreased hearing, vertigo, and tinnitus.
Drug toxicity.
The use of drugs known as aspirin, etc..


Risk for Social Isolation related to communication barriers

Goals / Criteria results:

Risk for Social Isolation can minimize

Intervention:
  • Assess difficulty hearing
  • Assess how severe the hearing loss in the client experience
  • If possible, help clients understand nonverbal communication
  • Encourage clients with hearing aids every in need if available.


Risk Nursing Diagnosis

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