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Rosemarie M. Guiang BSN IIIA HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEMS 1.

Inability to recognize the presence of a problem due to inadequate knowledge of the risk that might be brought by the health deficit. 2. Inability to make decisions with respect to taking appropriate health actions due to: a.) Lack knowledge on alternative measures in curing and preventing cough and colds. GOAL OF CARE Short term: After nursing interventon, the family will determine the preventive and therapeutic measures of the condition like increase fluid intake, maintain a good hygiene and keep the childrens back dry Long term: The family will demonstrate compliance to health teachings. OBJECTIVES OF CARE INTERVENTION PLAN Nursing Intervention Method of nursefamily contact > Home visits 1. Assess patients condition (V/S > Health and physical assessment) teachings 2. Assess the house condition as well as the other hindrances in providing appropriate care to the family member such as financial problem. 3. Educate family members with the various measures they can take to improve the health of the family members such as: > Increase fluid intake >Give Vitamin C to the child: Instruct with the various sources of it: Calamansi, Orange, and Guava. >Demonstrate the proper way of performing Tepid Sponge bath. > Educate about the proper way of disposal of secretion. > instruct members the proper way of monitoring the patients as well as the danger signs. 4. Emphasize the risk of transmission of cough and colds within the members of the family. 5. educate on how the environment affects the health of the members.

Resources required >Knowledge, skills and time of the student nurses >Compliance and cooperation of the family or patient

Presence of health deficit due to cough and colds

After nursing intervention the family will: a.) be able to take necessary actions or measures to prevent or properly manage the possible threat of untreated cough and colds.

Rosemarie M. Guiang BSN IIIA

HEALTH PROBLEM

FAMILY NURSING PROBLEMS 1. Inability to make decisions with respect to taking appropriate health action due to: a.) Low salience of the problem. b.) Fear of consequences of the action specifically financial consequences. 2. Inability to provide a home environment which is conducive to health maintenance and personal development due to: a.) Lack of or inadequate knowledge of the importance of home environment improvement.

GOAL OF CARE After Nursing Intervention the family will: a.) Be able to understand the importance of protective measures to prevent acquiring diseases from insects. b.) Be able to find ways to eradicate the breeding sites of insects.

OBJECTIVES OF CARE

Presence of breeding sites and insects

Short Term: After 1 home visit, the family will comply with ways on how to control insects. Long Term: After 5 home visits, the family will demonstrate behaviors that will help in controlling the presence of insects.

INTERVENTION PLAN Nursing Intervention Method of nursefamily contact > Emphasize the importance of > Home visits insect control through broadening the knowledge of the family about the diseases that can be acquire. > Discuss alternative methods of insect and rodent control such as: > Regular house cleaning and proper garbage disposal > Mosquito net may continue to be used in keeping insects away from the family members especially at night when asleep as well as insect repellant lotion. > Encourage the family to continue the practice of covering stored food and water. >Identify the various materials or objects at home that can be breeding sites of insects.

Resources required Human Resources: 1. Time and effort of both the nurse and the family. 2. Knowledge of the student nurse about the different ways of insect and rodent control. 3. Participation and cooperation of the family.

Rosemarie M. Guiang BSN IIIA HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEMS 1. Inability to decide about taking appropriate actions due to failure to comprehend the nature and scope of the problem. GOAL OF CARE Within proper nursing interventions, the family will be able to determine the importance of practicing proper methods on waste disposal. OBJECTIVES OF CARE INTERVENTION PLAN Nursing Intervention Method of nursefamily contact - Assess the familys -Home Visit environmental sanitation - Assess the level of understanding of the family regarding to the problem - Educate the family the effects of improper garbage disposal such occurrence of diseases

Resources required -Time and effort of the student nurses & the family -Participation and cooperation of the family Skills and knowledge of the student nurses

A. POOR ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION: Improper Garbage Disposal

Short Term: After one Home visit and health teaching the family will be able to demonstrate compliance with the health teachings given as evidenced by the cooperation of the family.

- Discuss how garbage could cause illnesses. This could be a Long Term: breeding site of insects and After 4-5 days of rodents home visit, the family will practice and - Teach various measures on maintain a good how they can improve their environmental environment: sanitation > by having time schedule in cleaning their surroundings > to never leave their garbage unattended > to use a large can with cover for their garbage > the proper ways on waste disposal such as segregation of biodegradable from nonbiodegradable wastes and demonstrate the methods.

Rosemarie M. Guiang BSN IIIA >Explore with the family the advantages and disadvantages of the different methods of waste disposal.

Rosemarie M. Guiang BSN IIIA HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEMS Inability to recognize the presence of the condition or problem due to attitude and philosophy in life towards accepting the magnitude of the problem GOAL OF CARE After nursing intervention the family will be able to realize the post threat of family size beyond their family resources as well as to be able to choose the most applicable measure to them. OBJECTIVES OF CARE INTERVENTION PLAN Nursing Intervention Method of nursefamily contact - Assess the general/living condition of the family and as well as their perceive hindrances in formulating solution to the problem. - Present to them the consequences of the present condition - Identify alternatives ways on how to increase income to meet the needs of all the members such as planting vegetables at home or raising Hogs. - Encourage the children to practice saving money and buy those things that are only needed. - Present to the mother and father the available contraceptive methods available provided by the community. -Educate the advantages and disadvantages of the various contraceptives presented. -Present the various risks Home visit

Resources required -Time and effort of the student nurses & the family -Participation and cooperation of the family Skills and knowledge of the student nurses

Family Size beyond what Family resources can adequately provide

Short Term: After 2-3 hours of Home visit and health teaching the family will be able to identify the presence of the problem and ways on how to alleviate the problem as evidenced by the discussion of the family. Long Term: After 4 days of home visit, the family will be able to comply and demonstrate the health teaching of the student nurses such as to find ways on how to increase income to meet the needs of all the members

Rosemarie M. Guiang BSN IIIA brought about by proper birth spacing. -Emphasize the risks presented by the inability to provide for the needs of the family members.

Rosemarie M. Guiang BSN IIIA HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING PROBLEMS Presence of accident hazards is related to inability to provide home environment conducive to health maintenance and personal development due to inadequate knowledge and lack of family resources GOAL OF CARE After nursing intervention the family will be able to have a safer environment through eliminating the accident hazards available. INTERVENTION PLAN Nursing Intervention Method of nursefamily contact Short term: > Identify the various accident Home Visit After 1 day of home Hazards present at home. visit the family will perform some >Discuss with the family why the interventions to presence of accident hazards reduce or minimize could be harmful to the health of the problem such as the family taping hanging electrical wires and >Tell the family about the etc. possible consequences of having disorganized wires and Long term: protruding nails. After 5 days of home visits the family will >Demonstrate to the family the maintain an ways on how to prevent accident environment which is hazards within the familys free from injury and available resources. accidents. >Instruct the family to always check for open wires, while the main power is switched off. They should not be run by water. >Instruct family to change the wires immediately if they found them not working. OBJECTIVES OF CARE

Resources required 1. The familys cooperation and physical attribution 2. The student nurses skills, knowledge, and attitude.

Accident Hazards presence of pointed objects and improperly placed wirings