Posted: January 26th, 2018
Gallbladder disease : The 3 Warning Symptoms No One Talks About
A male client complains of sporadic epigastric pain, yellow skin, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, and fatigue. Suspecting gallbladder disease, the physician orders a diagnostic workup, which reveals gallbladder cancer.
Which nursing diagnosis may be appropriate for this client?
A. Anticipatory grieving
B. Impaired swallowing
C. Disturbed body image
D. Chronic low self-esteem