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NCP ineffective breast feeding r/t flat nipple

NCP ineffective breast feeding r/t flat nipple

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NURSING CARE PLAN
Name of Patient: _________________________________ Patient’s Health Profile: ________________________________________________________________ Age: _______ Sex: _________  ___________________________________________________________________________________Occupation: _____________________________________ Initial Complaint:______________________________________________________________________ Date of Admission: ________________________________ Diagnosis: ___________________________________________________________________________ Status: _____________ Religion: _____________________ 
Needs/Nsg Dx/CuesScientific AnalysisObjectivesNursingInterventionsRationaleEvaluation
I.Physiologicneed
II.
Ineffectivebreastfeeding r/t flatnippless-“wa pa laginakatotoy akonganak. Flat mngud ang akonipple wala siyaymasupsupan” asverbalized by thepatient.o- nipple is flat. Abig syringe, w/othe hub (servesas breast pump),was used toprotrude or erectthe nipple butstill it willcollapse.-baby has notIneffective breastfeeding is thestate in which a mother, infant,or child experiences or at risk onexperiencing dissatisfaction ordifficulty with breast feedingprocess.flat nipple is a nipple that cannotbe compressed outward, doesnot protrude or become erectwhen stimulated or cold. That’swhy it becomes a problem whenbreastfeeding because the babycannot latch-on and obtain milk.
Lynda Juall Carpenito-Moyet,Nuring Diagnosis : applicationto clinical practice, UnitedStates of America, J.B.Lippincott Company, TwelfthEdition, 2007,pages 99-102
http://www.storknet.com/cubbies/pregnancy/glossary.htmAfter 6 hours of nurse-clientintervention the patient will beable to:
a.
 The flat nipple will protrude.b.Patient can breastfeed herbaby properly.
c.
Knows the different latch-ontechnique and ways onholding her baby.Determine that the babyneeds/ready to be feed.d.Report confidence inestablishing satisfying,effective breastfeeding
1.
 Teach andhelp thepatient, withher husband,on drawingout her flatnipple withthe use of breast pump.2.Teach motherbreastfeedingtechniquesA.Demonstrateto motherhow to holdinfantB. Teachmothercorrect latchontechniques.C. discuss tothe motherand fatherthe baby cuesUsing breast pumpcan facilitate inerection of thenipple.Different feedingpositions willprepare the clienton breastfeeding.Proper holding of the baby reducesaccidents andinjuries.Correct positioningand technique forlatching on canprevent nipplesoreness and allowthe baby to obtainenough milkalertKnowledge on

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