Nursing Care Plan for Bladder Cancer
Symptoms of Bladder Cancer are blood while passing urine, heavy hurt at times of urinating, sensation of urinating but no passage of urine.
During the early stages of the bowel cancer, there may not be any obvious symptoms, however as the Cancer Grows, one can notice blood in stools or rectal bleeding is common. When one notices a change in their normal bowel habits Such as diarrhea, Constipation or frequent visits to the toilet, It could be an indication of something not right.
Also Unexplained loss of weight or appetite and stomach pain can also occur. As the cancer Grows the bleeding in the bowel can lead to anemia Causing breathless and fatigue, as there is not enough oxygen in the body.
Bladder cancer has the which Various types of symptoms are determined by where the cancerous cells have started. The symptoms of bladder cancer can originate from bladder infection / UTI (urinary tract infection) and therefore require tests to find the true cause of the problem.
8 Nursing Diagnosis for Bladder Cancer
2. Acute Pain
3. Imbalanced Nutrition Less Than Body Requirements
4. Knowledge deficient
5. Fluid Volume Deficit
6. Risk for infection
7. Risk for Sexual Dysfunction
8. Risk for Impaired Skin Integrity