Archive for May, 2013

Basic Concepts of Nursing Process for Typhoid Fever

Last updated: Thursday, May 30, 2013

According Doenges, et al (2000) in providing nursing care to clients with Typhoid Fever using the five stages of the nursing process, which includes: assessment, nursing diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation. 1. Assessment for Typhoid Fever The initial steps of the nursing process is a systematic assessment, continuous, valid, and client data obtained from interviews […]

Brain Cancer – 7 Nursing Diagnosis and Interventions

Last updated: Wednesday, May 29, 2013

I. Anxiety related to diagnosis, poor prognosis, chemotherapy and possible side effects. Goal: The client said anxiously down, to fear that can be overcome. Intervention: 1. Use a calm and convincing approach. Rational: to prevent anxiety. 2. Perform the action that makes it convenient. Rational: increase relaxation. 3. Listen attentively to the client’s expression of […]

Physical Examination : Head to Toe

Last updated: Friday, May 24, 2013

Physical examination is a review from head to toe on every body system, which provides information on clients and allows nurses to make clinical judgments. The accuracy of the physical examination affect selection of treatment received by the client and the determination of response to therapy. (Potter and Perry, 2005) Physical examination techniques used are: […]

Nursing Care Plan of Patients with Parotitis

Last updated: Friday, May 3, 2013

Parotitis is an infectious disease in 30-40% of cases are asymptomatic infection. Spread of the virus occurs by direct contact, splashing saliva, raw materials possible with urine. Now the disease is common in young adults, causing epidemics in general. Generally, epidemic parotitis is considered less contagious if compared with morbilli or varicella, because, many infectious […]