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Assessment

Subjective:
Masaki tang lalamunan
koas verbalized by the
patient.
Itching sensation when
voiding

Planning

Intervention

After 8 hours of nursing


Assess patient knowledge and ability to maintain
Multiple medication regimen is difficult to maintain over
intervention, the patient will be
opportunistic infection prophylactic regimen.
a long period of time. Patients may adjust
afebrile,free from other signs of
medication regimen based on side effects
infection and able to identify or
experienced, contributing to inadequate prophylaxis,
participate in behaviours to
active disease, and resistance.
reduce risk of infection.
Wash hands before and after all care contacts.
Instruct patient and SO to wash hands as indicated. Reduces risk of cross-contamination.

Risk for Infection

Provide a clean, well-ventilated environment. Screen


Objective:

Elevated
temperature:
38.9 degree
celsius

Scientific Rationale

Reduces number of pathogens presented to the

visitors and staff for signs of infection and maintain


isolation precautions as indicated.

immune system and reduces possibility of patient


contracting a nosocomial infection.

Discuss extent and rationale for isolation precautions

Promotes cooperation with regimen and may lessen

and maintenance of personal hygiene.

Monitor vital signs, including temperature.

Assess respiratory rate and depth; note dry


spasmodic cough on deep inspiration, changes in
characteristics of sputum, and presence of
wheezes or rhonchi. Initiate respiratory isolation
when etiology of productive cough is unknown.

Investigate reports of headache, stiff neck, altered


vision. Note changes in mentation and behavior.
Monitor for nuchal rigidity and seizure activity.

Examine skin and oral mucous membranes for white


patches or lesions.

Clean patients nails frequently. File, rather than cut,


and avoid trimming cuticles.

feelings of isolation.

Provides information for baseline data; frequent


temperature elevations and onset of new fever
indicates that the body is responding to a new
infectious process or that medications are not
effectively controlling incurable infections.

Respiratory congestion or distress may indicate


developing PCP; however, TB is on the rise and
other fungal, viral, and bacterial infections may
occur that compromise the respiratory system. CMV
and PCP can reside together in the lungs and, if
treatment is not effective for PCP, the addition of
CMV therapy may be effective.

Neurological abnormalities are common and may be


related to HIV or secondary infections. Symptoms
may vary from subtle changes in mood and
sensorium (personality changes or depression) to
hallucinations, memory loss, severe dementias,
seizures, and loss of vision. CNS infections
(encephalitis is the most common) may be caused
by protozoal and helminthic organisms or fungus.

Oral candidiasis, KS, herpes, CMV, and cryptococcosis


are common opportunistic diseases affecting the
cutaneous membranes.
Reduces risk of transmission of pathogens through
breaks in skin. Fungal infections along the nail plate
are common.

Evaluation
After 8 hours of
nursing
intervention, the
patient temperature
subsided to 37
degree Celsius
from 38.9,free from
other sisgns of
infection and was
able to identify and
participate in
behaviours to
reduce risk of
infection.