FAMILY NURSING CARE PLAN

Health problem Family nursing problem Goal of care
General objectives: To have proper knowledge about the disease process in ensuring healthy lifestyle and disease prevention method utilizing the community health program and its implementation. Specific objectives: After nursing intervention client will be able to: Report pain is controlled Demonstrate use of relaxation skills and diversional activities. Understanding about the disease problem. Demonstrate behaviors, lifestyle changes to regain and maintain proper nutrition. Verbalize recognition of interpersonal and family dynamics and reaction that affect the pain problem.

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Subjective cues: Masakit ang tuhod ko “as verbalized by mother” Objectives cues: Siffnes in the morning Aching in movement joint pain in the knee

Chronic pain related to inflammatory process

45 year old female

Provide comfort measure such as repositioning use of heat and cold pack. Promote adequate rest particularly after activity and provide adequate sleep at night. Discuss with SO ways in which they can assist client and reduce precipating factor that may cause or increase pain. Emphasize importance of well-balanced, nutritious effectivesness of intake. Include client and SO in establishing pattern of discussing pain for specified length of time.

To promote no pharmacological Pain management. To distract attention of pain and reduce tension.

July 14 2010

To have a proper knowledge about the disease and how to manage the pain.

Material resources: Manila paper during health teaching about arthritis.

Provided comfort measure such as repositioning and use of heat and cold pack. Promoted adequate rest particularly after activity and provide adequate sleep at night. Discussed with SO ways in which they can assist client and reduce precipating factor that may cause or increase pain. Emphasized importance of well-balanced, nutritious effectiveness of intake. Include client and SO in establishing pattern of discussing pain for specified length of time.

The client was able to demonstrates use of relaxation skills and diversional activities. The client was able to understand about the disease problem. The client was able to Recognized interpersonal and family dynamics and reaction that affect the pain problem.

To monitor effectives of dietary plan. To limit focusing On pain.

Sign and symptoms: Fatigue Malaise Anorexia Persistent low. session  10 min. session  5 min. Specific objectives: By the end of this lesson the client will be: Understand what is Rheumatoid arthritis it’s all about? Able to enumerate the cause and the sign symptoms of Rheumatoid arthritis? Able to enumerate at least two diagnosis test? Understand the special consideration about Rheumatoid arthritis? Content Rheumatoid arthritis a chronic. Endocrine factor. its primarily attacks peripheral joint and surrounding muscles.HEALTH TEACHING PLAN GENERAL OBJECTIVES To have proper knowledge about the disease process in ensuring healthy lifestyle and disease prevention methods utilizing the community health program and implementation. session . session The client able to apply the special consideration of RA. The client able to enumerate at least 3 sign and symptom and 2 diagnosis of RA. session  5 min. tendons. Cause: Infection Genetic. Instruct patient rest after activities Time allotment Resources use PowerPoint presentation Evaluation Goal partially met: The client will able to define what Rheumatoid arthritis is. systemic inflammatory disease.  10 min.  10 min. Spontaneous remission and unpredictable exacerbation mark the cause of the potentially cripping disease.grade fever Weight loss. ligaments and blood vessel. lymphadenomegaly Vague articular symptom Diagnosis: X-ray Synovial fluid White blood cell Red blood cells sedimentation Cbc Treatment: Aspirin Ibuprofen Hydroxychloroquine Special consideration: Encourage a balanced diet Urge patient to perform ADL Teach the patient how to walk. session  5 min.

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