Pneumonia Concept Map for Nursing

Pneumonia
defination
sings and symptoms
treatment
nursing care plan
causes
risk factors
Pathophysiology
preventions
diagnosis
types of pneumonia
can be spread by contact
caused by viral and bacterial infections spread by droplets
lung parenchyma become inflammed
alveolar oedema congestion prevent gaseous exchange
experienced malnution
underlying conditions such as asthma and COPDs
smoking tobbaco
age under 5 and over 65
impaired immune system due to HIV/ AIDS and cancer
exposure to certain chemical or pollutants
bacteria
virus
monitor body temperature
encourge position changes
administer oxygen therapy
elevate head
encourge deep breathing
monitor heart rate
pneumoccocal conjugate vaccine
pneumoccocal polysaccharides vaccine
administer of oxygen therapy
flagy
bactnim
amoxil
augumetin
blood test
chest X-ray
CT scan
sputum analysis
bronchoscopy
fatigue and weakness
tachycardia
fast breathing and shortness of breath
fever
couch
shanking chills
rusty or green sputum
aspiration pneumonia when someone breaths food or fluids
into the lungs
bacterial pneumonia caused by bacteria
viral pnemoumonia caused by respiratory syncytial virus
fungal pneumonia caused by coccidioides fungus
infection of the lungs where they become inflamed and the alveoli are filled with fluid
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