5 Nursing Diagnosis Interventions for Hypertensive Heart Disease -

Nursing Diagnosis and Interventions for HHD Hypertensive Heart Disease

1. Acute Pain: Chest pain related to tissue ischemia due to decreased oxygen supply.


  • Chest pain is gone.
  • Calm face expression.
  • Vital signs within normal limits.

Interventions :
  • Adjust the position of the patient semi-fowler
  • Collaboration with a physician for treatment
  • Give analgesics according to the medical program
  • Assess chest pain after a given action
  • Observation of vital signs

2. Ineffective Tissue Perfusion: cerebral related to decreased supply of oxygen and nutrients in the brain due to hypertension.

  • The patient does not feel dizzy
  • The patient does not look uneasy
  • There is no sign of change in mental status are lacking.
  • Normal vital signs

Interventions :
  • Observation of vital signs
  • Assess history of hypertension
  • Observation of changes in sensory and motor
  • Instruct the patient to bedrest
  • Collaboration of anti-hypertensive therapy

3. Ineffective Breathing Pattern related to increased compensation body to increase oxygen supply to the tissues.

  • Patient does not feel shortness of breath
  • Normal breathing frequency
  • Regular breathing rhythm
  • No increase in chest retraction

Interventions :
  • Assess the patient's level of anxiety
  • Observation of vital signs
  • Give oxygen as needed
  • Atue sitting with semi-Fowler position

4. Disturbed Sleep Pattern related to the feeling of dizziness.

  • Patient can sleep as needed
  • Patient does not look lethargic
  • Normal vital signs
  • Normal blood pressure within 3 days of treatment

Interventions :
  • Assess the patient's ability to adapt to headache
  • Assess the patient's ability to rest and sleep needs
  • Teach relaxation techniques
  • Create a calm atmosphere
  • Limit visitors
  • Collaboration with physicians for the provision of medicines

5. Anxiety related to lack of knowledge about the disease, treatment program and maintenance actions to be performed and experienced.

  • Patient look calm
  • Patients cooperative in care and treatment programs
  • Increase patients' knowledge about the disease, the signs and the conditions experienced, as well as the complications that may occur.

Interventions :
  • Assess the patient's anxiety
  • Provide an opportunity for patients to express anxiety
  • Provide a description of the information about: disease condition, food on abstinence and the reason, care and treatment programs will be carried out, break relations with the condition of the disease
  • Provide an opportunity for patients to explain the re-explanation.
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