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FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF NURSING
NCM102
INITIAL DATA BASE

Client: Lagon Family

A. FAMILY, STRUCTURE, CHARACTERISTICS , AND DYNAMICS

The Lagon is a nuclear type of family. Mr. Francis Lagon is the head of
the family. He is now 26 years old and he is the one who made decisions.
But whenever he is not around her wife take over, that’s the reason why
almost every time, her wife decides. And as regards to health decision
making her wife decides for their health. His wife Mrs. Maria Adoracion is
22 years old. They lived at 955 C.lerma St. Sampaloc, Manila. According
to them their family has been settling in Manila for 26 yrs. They have two
siblings ash Kervyn and Kate Nicole. Mrs. Adoracion whom we
interviewed said that they have open communication in their family that’s
the reason why possibility of having conflict in their family is very minimal.
Their primary dialect spoken inside their house and in their community is
Tagalog. They were all Roman Catholic.

Family Relation to S Birthdate Age Marital Religion


member the head of e status (15
the family x above)
Francis Head of the M July 18 26yrs Married Catholic
family 1981 old
Ma. Wife F Dec. 8 22yrs Married Catholic
Adoracion 1985 old
Ash Kervyn Son M March 1 2yrs old Catholic
2006
Kate Nicole Daughter F Nov. 20 7months Catholic
2007
Problem identified

Presence of health threat


Family size beyond what family can adequately provide
Threat of cross infection from communicable disease case
Accident hazards specifically broken stairs
Accident hazards specifically fire hazards
Accident hazards specifically fall hazards
Unhealthful eating habits specifically faulty eating habits
Poor home/environmental condition specifically inadequate living space
Poor home/environmental condition specifically lack of food storage
Poor home/environmental condition specifically presence of breeding sites
of vectors and rodents
Poor home/environmental condition specifically unsanitary waste disposal
Poor home/environmental condition specifically poor lightning and
ventilation
Poor home/environmental condition specifically noise pollution
Poor home/environmental condition specifically air pollution
Unhealthful lifestyle and personal habits specifically alcohol drinking
Unhealthful lifestyle and personal habits specifically cigarette smoking
Presence of health deficits
Illness state, regardless of whether diagnosed or not by medical
practitioner specifically asthma
Illness state, regardless of whether diagnosed or not by medical
practitioner specifically weight and height of kervyn
Foreseeable crisis situation
Specifically entrance at school
Loss of job
PRIORITIZATION
Family size beyond what family can adequately provide
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Family size beyond what
Problem family can adequately
provide is a health threat.

1/2 x 2 1
2.Modifiability of The problem can be
the Problem partially modifiable since
the client knows some
ways on how to find
reduced the increasing
size of the family but not
3/3 x 1 1 utilizing it.
3. Preventive
Potential
The possibility of
increasing family size is
reduce: the available
2/2 x 1 1 family resources can be
utilized to encourage
4.Salience of the growth promoting
problem experience for members.

The family perceives it as


a problem not needing
immediate attention.

TOTAL SCORE 3 2/3

Threat of cross infection from communicable disease case.


Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Threat of cross infection
Problem from communicable
disease case.
is a health threat.
1/2 x 2 1
2.Modifiability of The family does not have
the Problem adequate resources to
solve the problem.
Inadequate of living space,
presence of breeding
sites, unsanitary waste
disposal, poor ventilation,
and many barriers to
achieve good personal
hygiene, this is important
2/3 x 1 2/3 in management and
3. Preventive prevention of such
Potential disease.

0/2 x 1 0
It is moderately modifiable
4.Salience of the since it can be prevented
problem by solving other problem

The family doesn’t


recognize the existence of
the problem.

TOTAL SCORE 2 1/3

Accident hazards specifically broken stairs


Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Accident hazards
Problem specifically broken stairs is
a health threat

2/2 x 2 2
2.Modifiability of The resources are
the Problem available and
interventions are feasible
3/3 x 1 1
3. Preventive
Potential The possibility of having
injury in a member of a
family can be if the stairs
0/2 x 1 0 will be fixed.

4.Salience of the
problem The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem.

TOTAL SCORE 3 2/3

Accident hazards specifically fire hazards


Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Accident hazards
Problem specifically fire hazards is
a health threat.

1/2 x 2 1
2.Modifiability of The family does not have
the Problem adequate resources to
solve the problem.
Inadequate of living space,
unsanitary waste disposal,
poor ventilation, and many
2/3 x 1 2/3 barriers to totally
3. Preventive eradicate the problem
Potential
It is moderately
preventable since it can
0/2 x 1 0 be solve by solving other
problem such as
4.Salience of the increasing adequate space
problem and ventilation.

The family doesn’t


recognize the existence of
the problem.

TOTAL SCORE 2 1/3


Accident hazards specifically fall hazards
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Accident hazards
Problem specifically fall hazards is
a health threat.
2/2 x 2 2
2.Modifiability of The resources are
the Problem available and
interventions are feasible
3/3 x 1 1
3. Preventive
Potential The possibility of having
injury in a member of a
0/2 x 1 0 family can be if the stairs
will be fixed.
4.Salience of the
problem The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem.

TOTAL SCORE 3 2/3

Unhealthful eating habits specifically faulty eating habits


Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Unhealthful eating habits
Problem specifically faulty eating
habits is a health threat.

2.Modifiability of 1/2 x 2 1 The problem can be


the Problem partially modifiable since
the client has knowledge
but there lack in financial
3/3 x 1 1 aspect
3. Preventive
Potential The occurrence of
diseases related to
0/2 x 1 0 nutrition can be prevented
if the problem is solve.
4.Salience of the
problem The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem.

TOTAL SCORE 2 2/3


Poor home/environmental condition specifically inadequate living
space
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Poor home/environmental
Problem condition specifically
inadequate living space is
a health threat.
1/2 x 2 1
2.Modifiability of The problem is partially
the Problem modifiable since they do
have knowledge but
doesn’t have enough
3/3 x 1 1 income to solve the
3. Preventive problem
Potential
The occurrence of
communicable diseases
0/2 x 1 0 can be prevented if the
problem is solve
4.Salience of the
problem
The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem.

TOTAL SCORE 2 2/3

Poor home/environmental condition specifically lack of food storage


Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Poor home/environmental
Problem condition specifically lack
of food storage is a health
threat
2.Modifiability of 0/2 x 2 0
the Problem The current knowledge
and resources of the
family is not enough to
3/3 x 1 1 solve the problem
3. Preventive
Potential Susceptibility to other
0/2 x 1 0 diseases can be prevented
if the problem is solve
4.Salience of the
problem The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem.

TOTAL SCORE 1 2/3

Poor home/environmental condition specifically presence of breeding


sites of vectors and rodents
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Poor home/environmental
Problem condition specifically
presence of breeding sites
of vectors and rodents is a
health threat.
2/2 x 2 2
2.Modifiability of The resources are
the Problem available and
interventions are feasible
3/3 x 1 1
3. Preventive
Potential The communicable
diseases that insects and
rodents can transfer can
2/2 x 1 1 be prevented.

4.Salience of the
problem The family perceives it as
a problem needing
attention to ensure the
health of the family.
TOTAL SCORE 4 2/3

Poor home/environmental condition specifically unsanitary waste


disposal
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Poor home/environmental
Problem condition specifically
unsanitary waste disposal
is a health threat.
2.Modifiability of 2/2 x 2 2
the Problem The resources are
available and
interventions are feasible
3/3 x 1 1
3. Preventive
Potential The occurrence of
parasitism and other
0/2 x 1 0 communicable disease
can be reduced or
4.Salience of the minimized
problem
The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem.

TOTAL SCORE 3 2/3


Poor home/environmental condition specifically poor lightning and
ventilation
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Poor home/environmental
Problem condition specifically poor
lightning and ventilation is
a health threat.
2.Modifiability of 1/2 x 2 1
the Problem The problem can be
partially modifiable since
availability of family
resources is not enough to
3/3 x 1 1 solve the problem
3. Preventive
Potential The occurrence of
respiratory diseases such
as lung cancer, thyroid
diseases, eye sting,
0/2 x 1 0 asthma, tuberculosis and
other respiratory diseases.
4.Salience of the
problem The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem.

TOTAL SCORE 2 2/3

Poor home/environmental condition specifically noise pollution


Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Poor home/environmental
Problem condition specifically noise
pollution is health threat.

2.Modifiability of 1/2 x 2 1 The problem can be


the Problem partially modifiable since
availability of family
resources is not enough to
solve the problem
3/3 x 1 1
3. Preventive The occurrence of such
Potential disease related to hearing
can be prevented if the
0/2 x 1 0 problem is solve.

4.Salience of the The family doesn’t


problem recognize the existence of
the problem.
TOTAL SCORE 2 2/3

Poor home/environmental condition specifically air pollution


Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Poor home/environmental
Problem condition specifically air
pollution is a health threat.

2.Modifiability of 1/2 x 2 1 The problem can be


the Problem partially modifiable since
availability of family
resources is not enough to
solve the problem
3. Preventive 3/3 x 1 1
Potential The occurrence of
respiratory diseases such
as lung cancer, thyroid
diseases, asthma,
tuberculosis and other
4.Salience of the 0/2 x 1 0 respiratory diseases.
problem
The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem.
TOTAL SCORE 2 2/3

Unhealthful lifestyle and personal habits specifically alcohol drinking


Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Unhealthful lifestyle and
Problem personal habits
specifically alcohol
drinking
2.Modifiability of 0/2 x 2 0 is a health threat.
the Problem
The problem cannot be
modifiable since the client
wants to drink every day
the current knowledge of
the client and the
3/3 x 1 1 resources of the family
3. Preventive such as manpower is not
Potential available.
0/2 x 1 0

4.Salience of the The occurrence of such


problem disease can be prevented
if the problem is solve

The family doesn’t


recognize the existence of
the problem
TOTAL SCORE 1 2/3

Unhealthful lifestyle and personal habits specifically cigarette smoking


Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 2/3 Unhealthful lifestyle and
Problem personal habit: Cigarette
smoking is a health threat.

2.Modifiability of 1/2 x 2 1 The problem can be


the Problem partially modifiable since
the current knowledge of
the client is available btu
the resources is not
3/3 x 1 1 enough
3. Preventive
Potential The occurrence of
respiratory diseases such
as lung cancer, thyroid
diseases, eye sting,
0/2 x 1 0 asthma, tuberculosis and
other respiratory diseases.
4.Salience of the
problem The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem
TOTAL SCORE 2 2/3

Presence of health deficits


Illness state, regardless of whether diagnosed or not by medical
practitioner specifically asthma
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 3/3 x 1 1 Illness state, regardless of
Problem whether diagnosed or not
by medical practitioner
specifically asthma is a
health deficit
1/2 x 2 1
2.Modifiability of The client’s knowledge is
the Problem available, but the physical,
financial resources of the
family are not enough to
2/3 x 1 2/3 solve the problem.
3. Preventive
Potential The possibility of
occurrence of
2/2 x 1 1 complications related to
asthma can be prevented
4.Salience of the
problem The family recognize the
existence of the problem
needing immediate
attention
TOTAL SCORE 3 2/3

Illness state, regardless of whether diagnosed or not by medical


practitioner specifically weight and height of kervyn
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 3/3 x 1 1 Illness state, regardless of
Problem whether diagnosed or not
by medical practitioner
specifically weight and
height of kervyn is a
1/2 x 2 1 health deficit
2.Modifiability of
the Problem The client’s knowledge is
available but the
3/3 x 1 1 resources are not enough
3. Preventive to solve the problem.
Potential
The susceptibility to other
diseases and infection can
be prevented if the
2/2 x 1 1 problem is eliminated and
normal growth and
4.Salience of the development can be
problem achieved.

The family recognize the


existence of the problem
needing immediate
attention
TOTAL SCORE 4

Foreseeable crisis situation


Specifically entrance at school
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 1/3 x 1 1/3 Entrance at school is a
Problem Foreseeable crisis
situation

2.Modifiability of 1/2 x 2 1 The problem can be


the Problem partially modifiable since
the resources of the client
is not enough to solve the
problem
3/3 x 1 1
3. Preventive
Potential The normal growth and
development of a child
0/2 x 1 0 can be achieved if the
problemis solve
4.Salience of the
problem The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem

TOTAL SCORE 2 1/3

Loss of job
Criteria Computation Actual Score Justification
1.Nature of the 2/3 x 1 1/3 Loss of job is a
Problem Foreseeable crisis
situation

2.Modifiability of 1/2 x 2 1 The problem can be


the Problem partially modifiable since
the resources of the client
is not enough and the
community resources id
3/3 x 1 1 not that available to solve
3. Preventive the problem
Potential
0/2 x 1 0 If the problem is solve the
other related problem also
4.Salience of the can be solve.
problem
The family doesn’t
recognize the existence of
the problem
TOTAL SCORE 1 1/3