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TEACHING PLAN FOR PREOPERATIVE & POSTOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF CHEIROPLASTY/PALATOPLASTY A.

Description of the learner: Pediatric patients who undergone & will undergo cheiroplasty/palatoplasty. B. Learning need: To know more about the preoperative & postoperative management of cheiroplasty/palatoplasty in children C. Learning diagnosis: Knowledge deficit: Lack of exposure to cheiroplasty/palatoplasty as manifested by: S > “” O > Children scheduled for cheiroplasty/palatoplasty D. Goal: The concerned parents of the clients will learn ways on how to manage a their children before and after cheiroplasty/palatoplasty E. Teaching Plan Proper LEARNING LEARNING CONTENTS TEACHING TIME METHOD OF EVALUATION OBJECTIVES STRATEGIES ALLOTMENT/RESOURCES NEEDED After 20 minutes of discussion:  Definition of  One to one  5 minutes  Parents will define 1. Parents will be able Cheiroplasty/palatopl discussion  Pamphlet cheiroplasty/palatoplastybri to define asty with the aid of  Time & cooperation of efly using their own cheiroplasty/palatopl pamphlet. client words. asty in their own words. 2. The client will be  Pre-operative  One to one  5 minutes  The client will be able to able to identify management discussion  Pamphlet enumerate all enumerated management before with the use of  Time & cooperation of pre-operative management the surgery pamphlet the client 3. The client will be  Post-operative  One to one  5 minutes  The client will be able to able to enumerate management discussion  Pamphlet enumerate all enumerated management after with the aid of  Time & cooperation of post-operative management surgery. the pamphlet client 4. The client will be  General home health  One to one  5 minutes  The client will be able to able to enumerate care management discussion  Pamphlet enumerate all enumerated general home health with the use of  Time & cooperation of health care management. care management pamphlet the client after surgery

LEARNING CONTENTS: Hypertension Defined as a persistent elevation of the systolic blood pressure at a level of 140mmHg or higher and diastolic blood pressure at a level of 90 mmHg or higher. your risk of developing heart disease greatly multiplies. 65 or older for women) • Family history of early heart disease . RISK FACTORS Risk factors are conditions or behaviors that increase your chances of developing a disease. When you have more than one risk factor for heart disease. Risk factors you can control • High blood pressure • Abnormal cholesterol • Diabetes • Overweight Risk factors beyond your control • Age (55 or older for men.

STRAWBERRIES. SOURCES: APPLE. Examples of such activities are brisk walking. TOMATO AND OTHERS  REDUCE FAT INTAKE  HIGH FIBER DIET  FIBER– SLOWS GASTRIC EMPTYING TIME THEREFORE HELPS IN WEIGHT REDUCTION.• Physical inactivity and tobacco use Steps to Lower your Blood Pressure 1.  MAINTAIN MAGNESIUM WITHIN NORMAL LEVEL  MAGNESIUM INHIBITS RELEASE OF NOREPINEPHRINE AND IT INDUCES VASODILATION. BROCCOLI. All you need is 30 minutes of moderate-level physical activity on most days of the week. FIND YOUR TARGET WEIGHT  Being overweight increases your risk for having high blood pressure  Lose weight slowly by decreasing the caloric intake of the client 2. ORANGE. BANANA. and gardening. Decrease sodium intake Ways to decrease sodium:  Do not add salt to food  Avoid eating in fast-food chains  SELECT FRESH FRUITS FOR DESERT  AVOID ORGAN MEATS FOR THESE HAVE HIGH SODIUM CONTENT  INCREASE POTASSIUM INTAKE  POTASSIUM– REDUCES RISE OF BP BY REDUCING BLOOD VESSEL CONSTRICTION. Eat food high in starches b. POTATO. Limit intake of empty calories d. 3. Be PHYSICALLY ACTIVE It doesn’t take a lot of effort to become physically active. . EAT RIGHT a. Avoid excessive intake of calories and c. bicycling. raking leaves.

and pressure goes down. The blood vessels relax. and the heart works less hard. and the heart works less hard. Blood pressure drops. These directly open blood vessels by relaxing the muscle in the vessel walls. VITAMIN E– REDUCES PLATELET AGGREGATION  GARLIC– DILATES MUSCLES OF BLOOD VESSELS  LIMIT ALCOHOL INTAKE DRUGS TO LOWER HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE DIURETICS These are sometimes called “water pills” because they work in the kidney and flush excess water and sodium from the body thought the urine These reduce nerve impulses to the heart and blood vessels.This makes the heart beat less often and with less force. These prevent the formation of a hormone called angiotensin II. BETA-BLOCKERS BETA-BLOCKERS ACE-INHIBITORS CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS VASODILATORS NERVOUS SYSTEM INHIBITORS THE DASH (DIETARY APPROACHES TO STOP HYPERTENSION) DIET) Eat 4 servings of vegetables daily · Eat 2 servings of fruit per day . THESE RELAX BLOOD VESSELS BY CONTROLLING NERVE IMPULSES. Blood pressure drops. These keep calcium from entering the muscle cells of the heart and blood vessels. and pressure goes down. These reduce nerve impulses to the heart and blood vessels.This makes the heart beat less often and with less force. which normally causes blood vessels to narrow. Blood vessels relax.

gove/health/public/heart/hbp/dash/new dash. pasta and dry beans · Use foods low in saturated fat as snacks · Choose whole grain to get added nutrients REFERENCES:  http.nhlbi.com/hypertension-high-blood-pressure/dash-diet  http//www.//www.webmed.kma.org.nih.· Gradually increase use of fat-free and low fat dairy products to 3 servings per day · Read food labels · Treat meat as part of meal instead of focus · Increase serving of vegetables.kw/KMJ/km%20Journal202001%20PDFS%20(4%20issues/PDFs%mar/issue/review%20Article/Dietary%20managementpdf .pdf  http://www.

SUBMITTED TO: MS. KIMBERLY P. 2012 .SUBMITTED BY: BACONA. LACANGAN SUBMITTED ON: March 8.