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6 years ago
A priority nursing diagnosis for the child with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) is
1. Risk for Injury.
2. Ineffective Breathing Pattern.
3. Nausea.
4. Fluid-Volume Deficit.
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6 years ago
1... ITP is the most common bleeding disorder in children, so risk for injury (bleeding) is the priority nursing diagnosis. The disease process does not usually cause ineffective breathing patterns, nausea, or fluid-volume deficits.
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