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Teaching Learning Guide Topic: Hypertension Name: Florsean Mae A.

Sala Date: February 27, 2013 Clinical Instructor: Carina Joanne V. Barroso, RN, MN, MAN

General Objectives: At the end of 8 minutes, I will be able to define what hypertension is, state the risk factors, enumerate the signs and symptoms associated with the disease and impart interventions that could help one avoid or alleviate the said condition. Teaching Learning Activities Student Patients Nurses

Specific Objectives At the end of 5 minutes, I will be able to 1. Define Hypertension 2. State the risk factors of Hypertension.


Time Allotment



Mataas na presyon ng dugo.

10:00am10: 01am


Active listening

-family history of hypertension -insulin resistance -high sodium intake -excessive Calorie intake and obesity -physical inactivity -excessive alcohol consumption -smoking -stress


Diseases and disorders, a Nursing Therapeutic Manual by Marilyn Sawyer Sommers, Susan Johnson and Theresa Beery Pathophysiology Concepts of Altered Health

-estrogen-containing oral contraceptives. 3. Enumerate the signs and symptoms of hypertension, malaise, fatigue, general weakness, or a vague sense of discomfort loss of vision, shortness of breath, chest pain, confusion, increased irritability, seizures, transient paralysis or stupor, sleepiness, visual disturbances, severe headaches, or vomiting. Normal BP SBP <120 DBP <80 Prehypertensive SBP 120139 DBP 8089 Stage 1 hypertension SBP 140159 DBP 9099 Stage 2 hypertension SBP 160 DBP 100 4. Impart interventions that could help one avoid or Mga Hakbang Upang Makontrol ang Mataas na Presyon ng Dugo:
10:05am-10:08am 10:03am-10:05m

States, 7th edition by Carol Mattson Port

alleviate the said condition.

-Bawasan ang paggamit ng asin -Mas gawing aktibo ang katawan. -Magbawas ng timbang, kung sobra ang iyong timbang. -Itigil ang paninigarilyo - Bawasan ang pag-inom ng tsa, kape, sodang may caffeine, at bawasan ang pag-inom ng alkohol