Presence of Lice Criteria 1 Nature of the Problem 2.

Modifiability of the Problem Computation 3/3 x 1 1/2 x 2 Actual Score 1 1 Justification The problem is a health deficit. The resources and intervention needed to solve the problem are quite available to the family. The possibility of contraction and occurrence of the health problem can be prevented if it is early recognized. The family recognizes the problem but it does not need immediate action.

3. Preventive Potential

3/3 x 1

1

4. Salience of the Problem Total Score

1/2 x 1

.5

3.5

Anemia Criteria 1. Nature of the Problem 2. Modifiability of the Problem Computation 3/3 x 1 Actual Score 1 Justification It is a health deficit that requires immediate management. The problem is partially modifiable since there is lack of family resources.

1/2x 1

1

3. Preventive Potential 4. Salience of the Problem Total

3/3 x 1

1

Susceptibility for diseases can be prevented if eliminated. It is recognized but doesn t need immediate action.

1/2 x 1

.5

3.5

2. The family does not recognize it as a problem. Reduce possibility of transferability of communicable diseases. furniture can be arranged to allow more space. 1/2x 2 1 3.Steep Stairway Criteria 1.67 Justification It is a health threat that requires immediate attention and adequate management to eliminate fall hazard that is conducive to accident. Preventive Potential 4. Salience of the Problem Total Score 3/3x 1 1 0/2x 1 0 1.67 . however. Provide privacy for family members. Salience of the Problem Total Score No available data No available data 2. b. All members of the family are vulnerable to fall hazard. Preventive Potential 3/3x 1 1 4. Increasing the living space will: a.67 Inadequate Living Space Criteria 1. The family s resources are presently not adequate considering the other problems. Modifiability of the Problem Computation 2/3x 1 Actual Score 2/3 Justification It is a health threat that does not demand immediate action Increasing the living space will require quite a financial expenditure. Modifiability of the Problem 0/2x 2 0 3. Lack of family. nurse and community resources especially financial constraints & knowledge to manage problems are barriers. Nature of the Problem Computation 2/3x 1 Actual Score . Nature of the Problem 2.

Nature of the Problem 2.Family size beyond what family resources can adequately provide Criteria 1. Salience of the Problem Total Score Computation 2/3x 1 Actual Score . 3/3x 1 1 2/2x 1 1 3. 1/2x 2 1 The family resources are not adequate to solve the problem The possibility of increasing family size is reduced. The family perceives it as a serious problem needing attention. Modifiability of the Problem 3. Preventive Potential 4.67 Justification It is a health threat.67 .