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Retinoblastoma Case Study

Retinoblastoma Case Study

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  A Case Study Presented to the Faculty of  The Ateneo de Davao University College of Nursing 
A Case Study onBilateral Retinoblastoma
 
Submitted to:
Mrs. Mary Jean Tulas, RN
Cl
inica
l
Instructor ± Pane
l
ist of the
C
ase Study
Submitted by:
[Group 1]
 Abarquez, Eva Rica V. Ampilanon, Rae Maikko M. Ausa, Ryan S.Balboa, Tessa Marie R.Batuhan, Katherene P.Beltran, Maribel S.Bulosan, Von Rainer S.Cabonita, Kristi Ann J.Campaner,Marie Allexis I.Castañeda, Rico Janrev R.
BSN-3H
Ju
l
y 18, 2009
T
ABLE OF CON
T
EN
T
S
i.
 
Acknow
l
edgement ................................................................................................ 2
 
1I.
 
Introduction .......................................................................................................... 4II.
 
Objectives (Genera
l
& Specific) ........................................................................... 6III.
 
Patient¶s Data ....................................................................................................... 8IV.
 
Fami
l
y Background and Hea
l
th History ................................................................ 10V.
 
Deve
l
opmenta
l
Data ............................................................................................. 14VI.
 
Definition of 
C
omp
l
ete Diagnosis ........................................................................ 21VII.
 
Physica
l
Assessment ............................................................................................ 24VIII.
 
Anatomy and Physio
l
ogy...................................................................................... 28IX.
 
Etio
l
ogy and Symptomato
l
ogy ............................................................................. 36X.
 
Pathophysio
l
ogy ................................................................................................... 42XI.
 
Doctor¶s Order ..................................................................................................... 47XII.
 
Diagnostic Exam .................................................................................................. 55XIII.
 
Drug Study ........................................................................................................... 64XIV.
 
Surgica
l
Procedure ............................................................................................... 74XV.
 
 Nursing Theories .................................................................................................. 81XVI.
 
 Nursing
C
are P
l
an ................................................................................................ 86XVII.
 
Discharge P
l
an (M. E. T. H. O. D.) & Prognosis ................................................... 118XVIII.
 
Recommendation ................................................................................................. 128XIX.
 
References............................................................................................................ 131
 
2
ACKNOWLEDGEMEN
T
 
The proponents of this case study wou
l
d
l
ike to extend their warmest gratitude toa
ll
the peop
l
e who made the success of this undertaking a rea
l
ity.First and foremost, to the A
l
mighty Father, for His unceasing
l
ove and b
l
essings;for giving us enough power and fortitude to face a
ll
the hardships in the making of thiswork. To Him be a
ll
g
l
ory and praise!To our 
Cl
inica
l
Instructors, Mrs. Joce
l
yn Ferraren, RN, Mr. O
l
iver Rosa
l
es, RN,Ms. Honey
l
et Vi
ll
anueva, RN, Mr. Louisito
C
o
l
igado and Mr. Rona
l
d Rebo
ll
ido,together with a
ll
other c
l
inica
l
instructors, for their inva
l
uab
l
e time, know
l
edge and effortrendered to us. To Mrs. Tu
l
as, for her patience and understanding, we high
l
y appreciateyour patience with our group.To the staff and personne
l
of Davao Medica
l
 
C
enter, especia
ll
y in the OrthopedicsDepartment for giving us the opportunity to comp
l
ete this endeavor.To our dear fami
l
ies and friends, for their never ending support andunderstanding; for a
l
ways being there to guide us and care for us after the
l
ong days of duties.To Dr. Saba
l
for continua
ll
y inspiring our group mates to stay in the hospita
l
inspite of their exhaustion in the eerie hours of e
l
even o¶c
l
ock by simp
l
y being appea
l
ing.To the patients who marked a part of hearts, the kids in the Ortho ward, for cha
ll
enging us to do more and for pushing us beyond our 
l
imits to maintain their norma
l
 thermoregu
l
ation, to appease their rest
l
essness and sometimes to endure their unexp
l
ainab
l
e combative behaviors; we wi
ll
never forget you.

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