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CUES ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEM Inability to recognize the presence of the problem due lack of knowledge regarding taking nutritious foods and well balanced meal OBJECTIVE NURSING INTERVENTION - Assess for the current condition of the problem - Encourage the family to take in nutritious foods and sight some examples of these foods RATIONALE METHOD OF FAMILY CONTACT - Home Visit RESOURCES REQUIRED EXPECTED OUTCOME
S= ³Ang papayat ng mga anak ko.´ -as verbalized by Venus O= Saturn: thin body, with bony prominences, Nutritional status: Emanciated. Pluto: with thin body, with bony prominences, Nutritional status: Emanciated
Short term: - After 2 hours of nursing interventions, the family will be able to verbalize the importance of a balanced diet and good nutrition Long term: - After 3 home visits, the family will plan and prepare nutritious and well balanced diet every meal
- To establish baseline data - For the family to be aware of the foods that are nutritious and conducive for good nutrition - For the family to have an actual idea of what a balanced diet is and what it is composed of - For the family to gain knowledge on food substitutes and at the same time, save money on buying foods - For the family to gain knowledge and also conserve the nutrient contents of the food that could be degraded on improper food preparation -To aid in losing weight and to improve body conditions - For proper supervision and management
Student nurses: -Knowledge about nutrition - Communication abilities Family: - Cooperation - Compliance on health teachings
Short term: - The family shall have verbalized the importance of a balanced diet and good nutrition and demonstrate behaviors of compliance on health teachings. Long term: - The family shall have planned and prepared nutritious and well-balanced meal and continued to comply with the health teachings regarding nutrition.
- Sit with the family and plan sets of food for a whole week that is compose of a balance diet - Cite some cheap nutritious foods that can serve as substitutes for expensive ones
- Teach the family on proper food preparation (ex. do not overcook vegetables)
- Encourage daily exercise especially for Pacman
- Refer when necessary to health center
toothpaste. time. & skills of the nurse >Cooperation of the family >nail cutter and comb EXPECTED OUTCOME SHORT TERM >The family shall have verbalized understanding of health teachings given on practicing good hygiene >Encourage daily bathing >Assist mother in cutting the fingernails of the children >Assist the mother in combing their hair >Provided the Family with toothbrush. soap and cotton buds LONG TERM > Family shall have demonstrate compliance on health teachings provided AEB clean nails and combed hair . family will demonstrate compliance on health teachings provided > Gives information on how personal hygiene affects our life >To prevent dental caries and halitosis >To avoid possible ingestion of harmful microorganism >Prevents body odor and keeps hair free from dandruff and ingestions >to prevent the microorganism >to promote good appearance and prevent sweating >to promote good hygiene METHOD OF FAMILY CONTACT Home Visits RESOURCES REQUIRED >Knowledge. the family will verbalize understanding of health teachings given on practicing good personal hygiene Long term: After 4 home visits.PROBLEM #2 HEALTH THREAT: POOR PERSONAL HYGIENE CUES S> O> sibling¶s hair was greasy > uncombed hair >dirty fingernails >with foul smelling body odor >with halitosis >presence of tartar ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEM > Inability to make decisions with respect to taking appropriate health action due to inaccessibilit y of appropriate resources specifically cost constrain or economic/fin ancial inaccessibilit y OBJECTIVES NURSING INTERVENTIONS >Explain importance of good personal hygiene >Assist and demonstrate oral hygiene > Instruct proper hand washing RATIONALE Short term: After 2 home visits.
of the family >Teach the mother on proper disposal of secretion >provide Carbocistien > to identify proper management of the disease >the health care provider will give proper medication >to prevent the spread of the disease METHOD OF FAMILY CONTACT Home Visits RESOURCES REQUIRED >Participation and cooperation of the family >Time and effort of the student nurse and the family. >Instruct the mother to visit the health center for consultation > Advise the mother to teach her child to cover Long term: his mouth and nose when After 4 days of coughing >Instruct the Home Visits mother to give the client will calamansi juice to relief from her child as well cough and as other member colds. OBJECTIVES NURSING INTERVENTIONS >Assess the client¶s condition RATIONALE Short term: After 2 hours of Nursing intervention the mother will verbalize understanding on health teachings given.PROBLEM #3 PRESENCE OF COUGH AND COLDS CUES S> ³inuubo at sinisipon nga ung mga anak ko´ O >Presence of secretion in the nose of the siblings > presence of crackles upon auscultation ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEM > Inability to make decisions with respect to taking appropriate health action due to inaccessibility of appropriate resources for care specifically financial inaccessibility > Failure to utilize community resources for health care due to physical inaccessibility. EXPECTED OUTCOME SHORT TERM >The mother would have verbalize understanding on health teachings given >since calamansi is cheap. and it gives strong resistance against infection >to relief from the secretion LONG TERM > The client would have manifested relief from the coughs and cold >to treat cough .
to prevent children from possible injury >to prevent them from injury METHOD OF FAMILY CONTACT Home Visits RESOURCES REQUIRED >Participation and cooperation of the family >Time and effort of the student nurse and the family.PROBLEM #4 PRESENCE OF ACCIDENTAL HAZARD CUES S> 0 O >presence of sharppointed object that can be easily reach by children > presence of barb wire in their surroundings >their ³kalan´ is in the floor and it is use with wood ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEM > Inability to provide home« due to limited financial resources the personnel. EXPECTED OUTCOME SHORT TERM >the mother would have verbalize understanding on health teachings given >Instruct the children not to play sharp object and not playing near the slope LONG TERM > the client would have manifested relief from the coughs and cold . OBJECTIVES NURSING INTERVENTIONS >Instruct the father to make fence in their backyard RATIONALE Short term: After 2 days home visit the family will verbalize understanding on the importance of safety surroundings Long term: After 3 weeks of the home visit the family will demonstrate compliance on the teachings given >Instruct the family to keep out the sharp-pointed object that can be easily reach by children > Encourage the family to lace their ³kalan´ outside their house > to prevent children going beyond the slope which may lead to injury >this prevent children in from possible injury >to prevent smoke entering inside their living room and bed room.
>Time.PROBLEM #5 POOR ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION CUES S> 0 O >presence of stagnant water that can be a breeding ground of mosquitoes > scattered trash with flues > absence of drainage system >presence of rodents and cockroach >absence of toilet facilities ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEM >In ability to provide a home environment. which is conductive maintenance and personal development due to ignorance of the preventive measures OBJECTIVES NURSING INTERVENTIONS >Assess the environmental condition of the family RATIONALE Short tem: After 3 days of Nursing Intervention the family will verbalize understanding on the possible effect of poor environment to their health Long term: After 2 weeks of Home Visit the family will demonstrate a behavior on proper management on their environmental sanitation >Encourage the father to make improvise drainage >Instruct the mother to use soap in cleaning the floor of their house >Advise the family to dispose their waste properly by putting it in one container > to identify which factor would contribute to poor environmental sanitation >for the proper flow of the stagnant water >to prevent attracting the flies METHOD OF FAMILY CONTACT Home Visits RESOURCES REQUIRED >Participation of the family members. perseverance and effort of the student nurse. EXPECTED OUTCOME Short Term After 3 days of Nursing intervention the family will have verbalized understanding on the possible effect of poor environment to their health Long term After 2 weeks of home visits the family will have demonstrated a behavior on proper management on their environmental sanitation >Encourage mother to always put cover on their water storage container >to prevent insects staying from their area specially those carry diseases >to prevent mosquito laying eggs .
E. limited physical resources. lack of space to construct facility OBJECTIVES NURSING INTERVENTIONS >Emphasize the positive effects of adequate living space like decreasing the possibility of having respiratory disease >Discuss the possible untoward results of inadequate living space like passing contagious disease > Assist mother to arrange clothes and other belongings >Assist mother to remove unnecessary things inside the home >Assist mother not to hang clothes inside the home RATIONALE METHOD OF FAMILY CONTACT Home Visits RESOURCES REQUIRED >knowledge. > Inability to provide a home environment. meters of space ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEM > Inability to recognize the presence of problem due to ignorance of facts/ lack or inadequate knowledge. which is conductive to health maintenance and personal development due to.PROBLEM #6 INADEQUATE LIVING SPACE CUES S> ³pasensya na kayo masikip ditto sa amin´ O >the 5 members of the family share 10. Long term: By the 2nd week of home visits the family will do the proposed measures and will achieve conditional living space >provide opportunity for the family to realize and formulate plans toward problem solving > for the family to realize the effects of inadequate living space >provide additional space >frees space for adequate movement >allows more space for the family member to utilize >Clothes are seen scattered LONG TERM > The family shall have done the proposed measures and shall achieve additional living space .77 sq.g. time and skills of nurse >cooperation of the family EXPECTED OUTCOME SHORT TERM >the family should have be aware of the measure to achieve a more comfortable living space Short term: After a week of home visits the family will become awake of measures to achieve a more comfortable living space.
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