Mary Jones comes to the Women’s Health Center, where you work as a nurse. She is in her first…

Mary Jones comes to the Women’s Health Center, where you
work as a nurse. She is in her first trimester of pregnancy and tells you her
main complaints are nausea and fatigue, to the point that she wants to sleep
most of the time and eats one meal daily. She appears pale and tired. Her
mucous membranes are pale. She reports that she gets 8 to 9 hours of sleep each
night but still can’t seem to stay awake and alert at work. She tells you she
knows that she is not eating as she should, but she isn’t hungry. Her
hemoglobin and hematocrit are low

a. What subjective and objective data do you

Mary Jones comes to the Women’s Health Center, where you
work as a nurse. She is in her first trimester of pregnancy and tells you her
main complaints are nausea and fatigue, to the point that she wants to sleep
most of the time and eats one meal daily. She appears pale and tired. Her
mucous membranes are pale. She reports that she gets 8 to 9 hours of sleep each
night but still can’t seem to stay awake and alert at work. She tells you she
knows that she is not eating as she should, but she isn’t hungry. Her
hemoglobin and hematocrit are low

a. What subjective and objective data do you have to make
your assessment? b. What is your impression of this woman? c. What nursing
interventions would be appropriate for this client? d. How will you evaluate
the effectiveness of your interventions?