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Tac-an, martin Gregor

Mercedes Health
Center, ZC
August 17, 2009

CUES HEALTH PROBLEM NURSING PROBLEM GOALS OF CARE NURSING IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION
INTERVENTION

1. Subjective: Diabetes mellitus Inability to recognize After the nursing 1. Have a healthy 1. Signs and The possibility of
“Diabetic dimiyo as health deficit the presence of a intervention the diabetic diet and symptoms was complication with
marido.” problem due to fear of family or person with good blood explain with the diabetes can be
consequences of concern will be glucose control client treated medically if
Objective: diagnosis of problem able to: 2. Educate the 2. Client were he goes to the
• (+) specifically economic 1. Be aware about client about the referred to the doctor for medical
Diagnosed or cause implication the signs and signs and health center check up
of diabetes symptom of symptoms of
mellitus by diabetes mellitus. diabetes mellitus
medical 2. Have his regular and its
practitioner. check up with the complication
• Always doctor. 3. Encourage the
hungry needs for a regular
• Sleepy check up.
2. Diabetes Mellitus
Tac-an, Martin Gregor
MercedesHealth Center
August 17, 2009

CUES HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING OBJECTIVES OF NURSING IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION


PROBLEM CARE INTERVENTION

1. Subjective: Hypertension as Inability to provide The client’s b/p will 1. Advice client to 1. Progress toward Client verbalized
Patient verbalizes: health deficit adequate nursing decrease to the avoid eating fatty desired outcome. aware on what
“chene iyo care to the sick, accepted limit. food and low food to eat and
highblood” disabled, dependent sodium intake. 2. Client were what food to avoid.
or vulnerable at risk The client will have Rationale: to referred to the
Objective: member of the family knowledge on what lower the risk of health center Client agreed to
• B/P = due to lack of food to eat and having avoid eating fatty
160/120 knowledge and skill in what food to avoid. hypertension. foods and have low
• Dizziness carrying out the sodium intake.
• Weakness necessary treatment/ Change attitude or 2. Advice client to
procedure/ care. philosophy in life take medicines Client is continuing
that will help in according to her medication.
maintaining a physician’s order.
lower b/p. Rationale: to Client agreed to
maintain the monitor blood
health status of the pressure.
patient.

3. Advice client to
monitor blood
pressure and visit
the health center
for consultation.

Rationale: Client
will be aware about
her health status.
1. Hypertension
Tac-an, Martin Gregor
Mercedes Health
Center
August 17, 2009
3. Improper Waste Disposal
CUES HEALTH PROBLEM FAMILY NURSING OBJECTIVES OF NURSING IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION
PROBLEM CARE INTERVENTION

3. Their garbage Health threat Inability to provide a After the nursing 1. Broaden the 1. Broadened the The client has
can/bin is left (Improper waste home environment intervention, the knowledge of the knowledge of the listened attentively
exposed/open disposal leading conducive to health family will be able family on the family on the to the health
which provides a to the opportunity maintenance: due to to: diseases that may diseases that may teachings.
breeding place for for breeding low salience of the be acquired from be acquired from
vectors of diseases places for vectors problem and Practice sanitary vectors such as vectors such as The client
such as flies and of diseases to inadequate waste disposal by flies and flies and verbalized that she
cockroaches. multiply) knowledge on covering trash cockroaches cockroaches understood the
preventive measures. bins. because of because of importance of
exposed garbage exposed garbage proper waste
Ignorance of hygiene Prevent spread/ wastes. wastes. disposal.
and sanitation. occurrence of
diseases by Rationale: To 2. Discussed to
Ignorance of keeping their trash make the family the family possible
preventive measures. bins closed to realize the threat solutions to the
inhibit growth of that these vectors problem.
breeding areas for of diseases may
vectors of diseases cause to their 3. Provide the
health. family with ways
Practice proper on how to manage
waste segregation. 2. Discuss possible their wastes by:
solutions to the Practicing proper
Make a compost pit problem. waste segregation.
where they can Making a compost
throw their Rationale: This pit where they can
biodegradable would give the throw their
wastes. family alternatives biodegradable
that they could wastes and in turn
choose from in use the fertile soil
order to do as a fertilizer.
something about
the problem.

3. Provide the
family with ways
on how to manage
their wastes by:
Practicing proper
waste segregation
Making a compost
pit wherein they
can throw their