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ASSESSMENT PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS I.

PHYSICAL DOMAINS BEFORE AFTER/ DURING TREATMENT ORIENTED -ORIENTED ALERT -VERBALIZES POSITIVE COPING MECHANISM EXPRESSES FEELINGS APPROPRIATE TO SITUATION 5 YEARS AGO -LIFESTYLE WE’RENT CONDUCIVE FOR HIS HEALTH “ I AM A SMOKER FOR MOST OF MY ADULT LIFE” AS VERBALIZE BY MR. X -INDUSTRIAL PAINTER FOR MANY YEARS -COUGH -DYSPNEA USE OF ACCESORY MUSCLE WHEN BREATHING -CHEST X-RAY RESULT “DENSITY IN THE UPPER RIGHT LUNG

SYSTEM CNS

RESPIRATION

C-T SCAN RESULT -MASS SIZE OF A GOLF BALL”

PET SCAN RESULT “STAGE III, INVADED T1 VERTEBRAE AND A RIB”

2 LYMPHOCYTE 33.54 EOSINOPHILS # 0. Easy fatigability Pain @ the upper right back Numbness at the R hand -tingling and prickling sensation Muscle weakness Muscle coordination problems (I could not walk a flight and a half of stairs without stopping as verbalized by the patient) INTEGUMENTARY/HAIR/NAILS SKIN ETC -WHITE SKIN -SMOOTH/ -WARM TO TOUCH HAIR -GREYISH IN COLOR -VARY HEMATOLOGY REPORT WBC 7.02 BASOPHILS # 0.76 LYMPHOCYTE # 0.3 BASOPHIL 0.2 EOSINOPHILS 0.02 BASOPHILS # 0.61 RBC 11. 9 PLT 145 NEUTROPHIL 66.77 EOSINOPHILS # 0.2 HCT 27.9 MONOCYTE 32.4 NEUTROPHIL # 0.muscuskeletal Able to do thing/ work without limitation -can walk and run for long.01 MONOCYTE # 1.2 PLT 113 NEUTROPHIL 32.4 HCT 33.1 NEUTROPHIL # 5.80 MONOCYTE # 0.03 LYMPHOCYTE # 1. climb to stair tower.36 RBC 9.1 LYMPHOCYTE 13.01 -LOSS OF HAIR (ALOPECIA) WBC2. -episodes of pain in the upper right back.8 BASOPHIL 0.6 EOSINOPHILS 0.3 MONOCYTE 20.01 .

kept HIS head up and envisioned the future the way HE wanted to be. BANANA. It was like a void of emotion.HE TEMPORARILY STAYED IN THE HOSPITAL DURING HIS TREATMENT - C.GRAPES. Secure your home.SALAD ----CABBAGE ----MEAT DISHES ----FRESH FRUITS ----APPLES. LOOKING FORWARD TO positive OUTCOME and focused on HIS fight AND INSPIRED BY THE support and encouragement THAT HE received from the many people THAT HE met -FEAR THAT THE CANCER WILL COME BACK .PSYCHOLOGICAL HE LIVE IN A -CONDUCIVE -GOOD PLACE TO ORGANIZE -WELL BUILT CONCRETE HOUSE -“ I didn’t want to hear it” It’s hard to describe my reaction to the news. just blank.ORANGE ETC LIMIT FOOD INTAKE OF FRESHLY GOODS -NO BACTERIA DIET  Shelf stable bottled or canned drinks (such as juices. medical . SHELTER E. melons or other thick skinned fruits that have been washed before cutting or peeling  All cooked or canned vegetables Vegetables that can be washed and peeled (carrot. or poultry Prepackaged deli meat (such as Lunchables®) Roasted or cooked nuts  Canned or cooked Pasteurized juice Fresh bananas.B.FRESH GOODS --VEGESTABLES ----CABBAGE ----VEG. flavored waters. cucumber) . SAFETY AND SECURITY PERSONAL SECURITY FINANCIAL SECURITY RETIREMENT FEE INSURANCE FEE help him to cover his hospitalization and treatment HEALTH AND WELL BEING -undergone for diagnostic procedure. sports drinks)  Freshly made ice from acceptable water source  Steaming hot coffee (at least 175ºF)  All but those that contain uncooked dried fruits (raisin bread is OK but not cereal with raisins)  Freshly prepared rice or pasta  canned or prepackaged meat. oranges. Close and lock all windows and doors Ensure all personal and home insurance policies are up-to-date and that your coverage is adequate -Industrial painter -obtained health insurance -contributing money to a savings account -Smoker -DETERMINE . fish.PEACH. FOODS HE WAS ABLE TO EAT . I have to say I felt nothing.

But no matter where we go. All of those little things fill our lives. We have projects around the house and every spring we look forward to planting our next garden. Self esteem Self-actualization The medical team of the hospital -help him to ally his fear to ca. We have a happy house. Illinois. and we’re going to make it to our 50th. . -support him and gave him encouragement and guidance “I do live with fear the cancer will come back. retirement and life with Susan. but I try to think positively.SECURITY Safety net against accidents/illness and their adverse impacts -has a family Physician -wearing mask. gear. we always can’t wait to get to home. We cherish it. He’s wife is the one who accompanied him in his every management and taking medications -avoidance fresh goods - Love and belongingness His wife continuously supports and inspired him and never left him throughout his treatment and illness. Florida and Washington.” As verbalized by the patient “I am fortunate my career was long and fruitful and I am able to enjoy my pension. There’s every reason to be optimistic. We’ve been to Arizona. I intend to put cancer out of my life and move on.help and offer every possible method for him to get through from the disease and it give him hope to look forward for a positive outcome They work hard and give mr X determination to complete his treatment plan. We’re coming up on our 40th anniversary.” As verbalized by the patient . protected equipment during working hour -using seatbelt when driving He is married for 40 years and no children.