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NURSING CARE PLAN

Health
Problem
Poor
Sanitary
Condition

Family Nursing
Problem

Supporting
Data/ Cues

1.inability to
fix
environmental
conditions
(e.g. drainage)
due to lack of
motivation

- open
drainage
system

2. inability to
take
appropriate
actions due to
lack of
knowledge on
the possible
effects of the
problem
3. inability to
dispose
wastes due to
improper
waste
segregation
4. inability to
take
appropriate
action because

- presence of
stagnant water
which is a
breeding site
for mosquitoes
- open garbage
bins are inside
the room
- Ok lang yan,
wala naman
history [kaso]
ng dengue
dito. As
verbalized by
the mother.

Date
identified
July 26-27,
2010

Objectives of
Nursing Care

Plan of
Intervention

Evaluation

Resources

After
implementation,
the family will
a. learn, be able,
and have the
motivation to clean
their environment
(e.g. drainage)
b. learn and be able
to identify the
effects of a poor
sanitary condition
c. learn and be able
to segregate their
wastes properly
d. be able to take
appropriate action
to uplift their living
conditions
e. be able to
recognize and
eliminate mosquito
breeding sites.

Discuss and
demonstrate
with the family
the proper of
cleaning their
environment
(e.g. drainage).

The family
now cleans
their
surroundings
regularly.

Human
Resources
- family
- student
nurses
- time and
effort of both
the family and
the student
nurses

Discuss with the


family the
effects of a poor
sanitary
condition.
Discuss and
demonstrate
with the family
proper waste
segregation.
Discuss with the
family the
benefits of a
proper and
clean living
condition.
Discuss and
demonstrate

The family
starts to feel
that they
have a
cleaner
surrounding

Community
Resources
- dengue
visual aids for
health
teachings from
the RHU
- leaflets from
the RHU
Material
Resources
- gloves
- cleaning
materials
- chairs
- tables

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the family is
used to this
living
condition

with the family


the proper
elimination of
breeding sites
and their
effects.

5. inability to
recognize the
mosquito
breeding sites
as a problem
because of
lack of cases

Health
Problem

Family Nursing
Problem

Supporting
Data/ Cues

Date
Identified

Objectives of
Nursing Care

Plan of
Intervention

Evaluation

Resources

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Poor
Hygiene

1. inability to
observe
proper
hygiene due to
lack of
knowledge on
the possible
effects of poor
hygiene

- children
roams around
barefoot

2. inability to
observe
proper
hygiene and
grooming (e.g.
trimming nails,
brushing
teeth, hand
washing and
taking a
complete
bath.) due to
lack of
financial
resources

- some children
has hair lice

- children wears
dirty clothes
- poor
grooming

- long and dirty


fingernails
- nasal
secretions
- unpleasant
odor
- poor dental
state
- May mga
bukbok yang
sila Annie kaya
sumasakit mga
ngipin nila. As
verbalized by

July 26-27,
2010

After five days of


community service,
the family will
a. learn and be able
to identify the
possible effects of
poor hygiene
b. learn and be able
to practice proper
hygiene with the
use of cheaper
alternatives (e.g.
using baking soda)

Discuss with the


family proper
way of
managing their
body.
Discuss with the
family the
importance of
proper hygiene.
Discuss with the
family the
available and
cheaper
alternatives on
observing
proper hygiene.

Human
Resources
- family
- student
nurses
- time and
effort of both
the family and
the student
nurses
Community
Resources
- visual aids
for health
teachings from
the RHU
- leaflets from
the RHU
Material
Resources
- soap
- towel
- tooth brush
- tooth paste
- shampoo
- nail cutter
- baking soda
- chair
- table

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the mother

Health
Problem

Family Nursing
Problem

Supporting
Data/ Cues

Date
Identified

Objectives of
Nursing Care

Plan of
Intervention

Evaluation

Resources

NURSING CARE PLAN


Asthma

1. Asthma
related to lack
of ventilation.
2. Inability to
provide proper
medication
due to lack of
money.
3. Inability to
conduct
proper action
due to
insufficient
knowledge
about the
problem.
4. Inability to
observe
proper care for
the children
who have
asthma due to
lack of
knowledge on
the problem.

Health
Problem

Family Nursing
Problem

- AXD, MCD,
MAD and ASD
suffers from
asthma

July 26-27,
2010

- no ventilation
such as
windows
- Ayang
pampausok,
pinadala yan
ng biyenan ko
para sa mga
bata. As
verbalized by
the mother
-Kung wala
kaming pera,
ang ginagamit
naming ay asin
at tubig. As
verbalized by
the mother

Supporting
Data/ Cues

After five days of


community service,
the family will
a. be able to
properly manage
and give immediate
action in case of an
an asthma attack,
b. be able to
identify and
eliminate, if not
lessen, the irritants
present in the
surroundings,
c. be able to
recognize the
importance of
proper ventilation,
d. be able to
identify the signs
and symptoms of
an asthma attack.

Discuss and
demonstrate
with the family
the proper
management
and action in
case of an
asthma attack.
Discuss with the
family the
irritants that
may cause or
lead to an
asthma attack.

The family is
now aware of
the
aggravating
factors and is
trying to
avoid it.
AXD, MCD,
MAD and ASD
are now given
more
attention than
before

Human
Resources
- family
- student
nurses
- time and
effort of both
the family and
the student
nurses
Material
Resources
- nebulizer
- chairs
- tables

Discuss with the


family the
importance of
proper
ventilation.
Discuss with the
family the signs
and symptoms
of an asthma
attack.

Date
Identified

Objectives of
Nursing Care

Plan of
Intervention

Evaluation

Resources

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Poor
Nutrition

1. Poor
nutrition due
to family size
beyond
financial
capacity
1.inability
provide basic
needs for each
members due
to lack of
financial
resources
2. inability to
provide proper
nutrition due
to lack of
financial
resources and
the number of
individuals in
the family

- a family of 9
- income of
- risk for
malnutrition

July 26-27,
2010

After five days of


community service,
the family will
a. have the
motivation to strive
harder in order to
provide the basic
needs of the family
b. learn the
importance of
proper nutrition
c. learn how to
prepare cheap, yet
nutritious food for
the family

Discuss to the
family the
importance of
nutrition
focusing on 3
food groups
Discuss and
demonstrate
with the family
proper way of
preparing cheap
yet, nutritious
meals
Discuss with the
family the
proper
preparation of
food in order to
get the utmost
nutritional
value.

The family is
now aware of
cheaper but
healthy food
alternatives
The family
now gives
more
importance
on quality
nutrition

Human
Resources
- family
- student
nurses
- time and
effort of both
the family and
the student
nurses

Material
Resources
- chairs
- tables
- bag of goods