CASE SCENARIO#3 GESTATIONAL DIABETES HPI: 25-year-old G2P1 with…

Question Answered step-by-step CASE SCENARIO#3 GESTATIONAL DIABETES HPI: 25-year-old G2P1 with… CASE SCENARIO#3 GESTATIONAL DIABETES HPI: 25-year-old G2P1 with gestational diabetes presents to the hospital at 39 weeks forevaluation. Her diabetes, diagnosed at 25 weeks gestation, was initially controlled with diet, but she has required insulin since 32 weeks. Checks blood sugars four times a day.Past Medical History: Home insulin regimen.Physical Exam: Patient weighs 75 kgs, height is 5’0 ft. Vital signs are as follows (BP: 130/90 mmHg, T: 36.7 C, PR: 86 bpm, RR: 15 cpm) ; fetal heart tracings are good. Blood sugar is 200mg/dl. Fundus measurements appropriate. Urinalysis negative. No edema.Assessment and Plan: Gestational diabetes. Continue current care. CLINICAL REASONING QUESTIONS 1. What are the diagnostic tests that need to be done in order to diagnose gestationalDiabetes and how is it done?Answer: 2. Which likely type of delivery suits the patient? What are the possible complications that your patient or her baby might encounter if she undergoes NSD or C section?Answer: 3. Develop a nursing care plan based from the data presented on the case of gestationaldiabetes.ASSESSMENTNURSING DIAGNOSISPLANNING NURSING INTERVENTIONS RATIONALE EVALUATION          Health Science Science Nursing BSN 122 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)