The patient may be in one of the following levels of physical idleness:
• Level 1: Be able to walk, a relatively general pace, on level uncertainly; one flight or more however more shy of breath than typically.
• Level 2: Walk one city square or 500 ft on level; climb one flight gradually without halting.
• Level 3: Walk close to 50 ft on level without halting; unable to climb one set of stairs without stumbling or falling.
• Level 4: Weakness along with dyspnea.
Likewise, the patient appraisal demonstrated the accompanying criteria:
• Difficult ROM.
• Difficulty in admission of legitimate nourishment.
• The understanding had assistive gadgets.
• The quiet had individuals to aid engine work.
• The patient may had advancing thrombophlebitis (e.g., calf torment, Homan’s sign, redness, confined swelling, an ascent in temperature).
• Problems in disposal.
• The challenges faced in skin trustworthiness for any signs of redness and tissue ischemia (especially shoulders, elbows, sacrum, hips, finished ears, foot sole areas, lower legs, and toes).
The possible nursing diagnoses based on patient’s presentation include:
• Risk for Trauma: Falls
• Acute Pain related to fracture pain
• Risk for Peripheral Neurovascular Dysfunction
• Risk for Impaired Gas Exchange related to the body position
• Impaired Physical Mobility related to the fracture
• Impaired Skin Integrity related to lack of physical movement
• Risk for Infection related to prolonged hospital stay
• Deficient Knowledge related to treatment