Nursing Interventions for Myoma

  • Administer iron and BT as ordered
  • Encourage verbalization of feelings
  • Monitor inputs and outputs as well as the characteristics of urine
  • Monitor active fluid loss from wound drainage, tubes, diarrhea, bleeding and vomiting.
  • Monitor temperature
  • Encourage patient to drink prescribed fluid amounts
  • Monitor serum electrolytes and urine osmolality and report abnormal values.
  • Determine the client’s normal voiding pattern and note the variations
  • Encourage clients to increase fluid intake
  • Check all the urine, note the presence of stones and send output to a laboratory for analysis
  • Investigate complaints of a full bladder: suprapubic palpation to distention. Note the decrease in urine output, edema periorbital / dependent
  • Observations of changes in mental status, behavior or level of consciousness
  • Supervise laboratory tests, samples of electrolytes, BUN creatinine
  • Take a urine for culture and sensitivity
  • Note the catheter patency was settled (when using catheter)
  • Assess nutritional status, including weight, history of weight loss and serum albumin.
  • Encourage intake of protein and calorie-rich foods.
  • Irrigation with acidic or alkaline solution as indicated
  • Offer emotional help
  • Help develop effective coping strategies
  • Refer for counseling
  • Tell patient to report increase in symptoms
  • Explain effects of operation
  • Encourage regular follow up visits



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