ASSESSMENT SUBJECTIVE:  The patient verbalized, Bakit ba naninilaw ang aking mga mata pati ang aking balat


NURSING DIAGNOSIS Deficient knowledge related to new condition as manifested by many questions.

PLAN OF CARE After 4 hours of nursing  intervention, the patient will verbalize and demonstrate knowledge of and compliance with treatment regimen and infection control procedures.

INTERVENTIONS Determine the patient s understanding of the disease process, disease transmission, complications, treatment, and signs of relapse. Teach the patient or caregiver about disease transmission: Hepatitis A (Viral Hepatitis) 

RATIONALE Noncompliance may be related to incomplete understanding of disease transmission and or the treatment regimen.

EVALUATION After 4 hours of nursing intervention, the patient verbalized and demonstrated knowledge of and compliance with treatment regimen and infection control procedures.

OBJECTIVE:  Asking of many questions  Noncompliance with infection control procedures  Vital Signs: y BP = 130/90 mmHg y T = 38.3rC y PR = 84 bpm y RR = 20 cpm  

Fecal-oral transmission occurs as a result of crowded living conditions, poor personal hygiene; contaminated food, water, milk, or raw shellfish. Adequate rest, nutrition, and prevention of complications are the mainstay of therapy for all types of hepatitis. Because the disease is typically viral, medications are not helpful. Hand washing is the most effective method of preventing the transmission of type 

Teach about treatment.  

Teach about infection control procedures. 

 C HRI ST I A N P A U L V .g.  Teach about possible complications and long term sequelae of hepatitis. Safe sex should be discussed and encouraged.. Hepatitis can lead to chronic hepatitis and/or fulminant hepatitis if liver cells do not regenerate. they may carry the virus and should refrain from blood donation to prevent risk of disease transmission. Patients usually do not need to be isolated unless they are incapable of or unwilling to participate in infection control measures. razors. toothbrushes) should not be shared because the risk of parenteral exposure exists. V I LLA REA L OLFU BSN 4Y1-4 GROUP 76 .  Even after patients with hepatitis are well.A. Chronic hepatitis can result in cirrhosis and liver failure.  Discuss future need to avoid blood donation. Personal care items (e.

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