nurturing ability and care for a child, especially in terms of visualcontact and touch. The child will develop optimism, trust,confidence, and security if properly cared for and handled. If a childdoes not experience trust, he or she may develop insecurity,worthlessness, and general mistrust to the world.
1.History of present illness
A day prior to admission the patient had loose watery stools and fever.No home medicalk remedies done to the patient. Instead they immedietlyadmitted the patient to the hospital for immediate intervention.
2. History of past illness
Patient M.A had no previous medical/ hospital admission.
Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns
3.1 Health Perception and Health Maintenance-
client claimed that he is a wellbeing and healthy prior to her admission and she is able to take his medications without fail
3.2 Nutrition and Metabolism-
On diet as tolerated with strict aspiration precaution.LDrinks 8 glasses of water, in a soft diet; consumed 100% of meals every serving.nausea and vomiting not noted.
voids six times a day in a pale yellow urine appx. 1500Cc for 24 hoursand defecates into a well formed stool once a day without fail.
3.4 Activity & Exercise-
able to perform ADL such as grooming bathing, eating andmakes walking as his daily exercise
3.5 Cognition & Perception –
able to maintain quality time for her self and familyand perceived things clearly as it is
3.6 Sleep & Rest Pattern-
sleeps appx 8 hours a day with nap intervals includingtwo pillow on her head in a sidelying position, difficulty of sleeping not noted
3.7 Sexuality & Reproduction-
menarche not yet noted and is still not applicable tothe patient.