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University of the Philippines Manila

The Health Sciences Center


COLLEGE OF NURSING
World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Nursing Development
Pedro Gil Street, Ermita, Manila
TEACHING PLAN
DATE OF ASSIGNMENT: April 2, 2019

Objectives Content Outline Method of Time Resources Method of


Instruction Allotted Evaluation

After the 6 minute


Six Essential Nutrients:
one to one discussion,
the audience will:
1. Water
1. Identify the Group discussion 4 minutes Poster Interactive
prescribed diet 2. Carbohydrates for Games
discussion Daily
tailored for their 3. Fats
Nutritional
condition, age and
4. Proteins 2 minutes Guide
lifestyle
for the Pyramid for
5. Vitamins game Filipinos
6. Minerals recall
Exercise
Pyramid
Guidelines:
Pinggang
Pinoy
Men and women continue to build
bone into the mid-20s, although not as
readily as when younger. Thus, adults

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should focus on their intake of
calcium, folate and iron.

According to Genton et.al (2009),


wound healing depends on nutritional
state. Moderate or severe protein
energy malnutrition, as often found in
critically ill patients, impairs or
delays wound healing. Thus, protein
intake is essential for wound healing.
Other nutrients involved in the
complex mechanism of wound
healing include vitamins A, C, and E
as well as trace elements (zinc,
copper, selenium, manganese). The
role of iron still has to be
demonstrated but severe anemia has
been shown to reduce wound healing.

Plenty of water and fluids are advised


to keep the body hydrated.

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Consumption of citrus fruits, potatoes
and tomatoes are advised for vitamin
C supplementation.

Green leafy vegetables, carrots and


chicken liver are advised for vitamin
A supplementation.

In addition to high protein diet, which


is rich in glutamine and arginine,
cabbage and beet consumption is
advised for glutamine
supplementation.

Milk, butter milk and yoghurt are


advised to be taken in preference to
tea or coffee.

Liberal intake of seasonal fruits is


advocated.

REFERENCES:
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Panse, N., Sathe, V., Sahasrabudhe, P., & Joshi, N. (2013). Diet, wound healing and plastic surgery. Retrieved from
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3745116/
Genton, L., Romand, J., & Pinchard, C. (2009). Basics in Clinical Nutrition: Nutritional support in trauma. Retrieved from
https://clinicalnutritionespen.com/article/S1751-4991(09)00059-6/pdf
FNRI – DOH (2016). Pinggang Pinoy: Healthy Food Plate for Filipinos. Retrieved from https://www.fnri.dost.gov.ph/index.php/tools-and-
standard/pinggang-pinoy

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