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Nsg. Assessment Temp. 39oc

Nsg. Diagnosis

Expected Oucome

Nursing Interventions Planning Implementation Assessed the condition ,raised bodt temperature Cold sponging done Room ventillated Not administered Temperature recorded at regular intervals Decreased oral intake

Evaluation

1

Hyperthermia r/t underlying pathology

Body temperature in range

To assess the condition

Hydrotherapy. Ventillation Antipyretics Recording

Temperatu re came down to 37.6

2

Decreased appetite hospitalisat ion

Altered nutrition,less than body requirement

The child will have normal intake of food

To assess the dietary pattern of child Small frequent meals and easily digestible food To provide rest & calm environment ,fowlers position while meals

Administered pain killer as per order. Parents educated reg the same Prop up position given Improved oral intake

no. To provide information on resources available to resolve crisis. Activity intolerance related to fatigue The child will be able to perform normal activities to maximum possible level To assess the activity level of the child To encourage the child to perform the normal activities Energy rich diet Child participatin g in the activities .Sl. Mother verbalizes anxiety Ineffective family coping r/t prolong disease condition. Provided opportunities for family members to discuss their current concern. . Assessed family’s current knowledge of the needs of the child. Provided information on resources available to resolve crisis. Nsg. To provide opportunities for family members to discuss their current concern. inadequate coping method. Assessment Easy fatigue Decreased activity Nsg. . 4. To assess family’s current knowledge of the needs of the child. Diagnosis Expected Oucome Nursing Interventions Planning Implementation Assessed Encouraged the child to perform normal activities Parents educated about the same. Evaluation 3.Assessed family’s current coping skills. Parent’s verbalizes positive response in continuing with the treatment regimen. knowledge deficit regarding illness prognosis Family members identify resources available for help with coping & participate actively in caring for sick child. To assess family’s current coping skills.

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