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ENCAR MICKAELA B. BERREDO San Lorenzo Womens Hospital CI Mrs. Gretchen Ardines PCI Ms.

Camille Borres

2NU02

NURSING CARE PLAN


ASSESSMENT SUBJECTIVE DATA: The patients father, which is the primary care giver, complained that his child is difficult to be comforted and be stopped when crying. Di ko kasi alam kung paano patahanin ito e, lagging mama niya kasi kasama niya. Lagi kasi akong gabi na umuwi gawa ng trabaho ko kaya di ko na sila nakakahalubilo. Di siguro ako mashadong kilala ng bata. as verbalized by NURSING DIAGNOSIS Caregiver role strain related to history of poor relationship and inexperience with care giving PLANNING SHORT TERM: After brief explanation, care giver must recognize and determine current condition of the care receiver which is his child. Caregivers readiness and knowledge about care giving should be assessed. INTERVENTIONS INDEPENDENT: Explain the patients, which is the care receiver, current condition and needs. RATIONALE For the care giver to understand what is his care receiver is going through and develop sympathy. To see if care giver is ready for the responsibility or is he needing for more knowledge about care giving To at least ease the discomfort of the patient and at the same time first step of teaching the care giver in care giving. EVALUATION

After more than

30 minutes, the care giver was able to give comfort to the child and was able to stop the child from crying.

Thorough assessment of care givers readiness and knowledge through interview and observation

After explanation and teachings, father or the care giver is starting to perform techniques in attending his childs needs. Father has shown positive feedback about what he had learned in the health teacing.

The caregiver

should provide an effective comfort for the patient in at least a short period.

The care provider must be helped by anyone in providing comfort for at least short period of time. He must also be

the patients father. OBJECTIVE DATA: As of my observation, baby is persistently crying even if comforted by his father. The caregiver should acknowledge and perform techniques in care giving.

advised to seek for professional help.

The care giver should be taught of different techniques in performing care giving.

To ease the discomforts of the patient by providing proper care management by the care giver.

LONG TERM: The care giver will be equipped with knowledge and skills in different care giving techniques

LONG TERM: Perform health teaching regarding different effective techniques in providing care in the family.

For the care giver to deliver care even at home and for the insurance of optimum health for the receiver.

The care giver and the care receiver will have established good relationship.

Advise the father regarding time management. Advise him to have more time or maximize his time for his family despite of his working schedule.

To gave good parent child relationship between the and to his other children as well.

DRUG

San Lorenzo Womens Hospital


C.I. Mrs. Gretchen Ardines P.C.I. Ms. Camille Borres

STUDY

2NU02 GROUP 5
BELLO, Shitti F. BENDAA, Benedict G. BENUA, Bernadine Anthea E. BERREDO, Encar Mickaela B. BO-O, Saveenah Michelle Y.