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Liceo de Cagayan University

College of Nursing

Individual Care Study

Name of Client

Submitted to:


In Partial Requirement for NCM501___ RLE

Submitted by:

Group B7 – Cluster 2

Upper respiratory tract infection (URI) is a nonspecific term used to

describe acute infections involving the nose, paranasal sinuses, pharynx, larynx,
trachea, and bronchi. The prototype is the illness known as the common cold,
which will be discussed here, in addition to pharyngitis, sinusitis, and
tracheobronchitis. Influenza is a systemic illness that involves the upper
respiratory tract and should be differentiated from other URIs.

Viruses cause most URIs, with rhinovirus, parainfluenza virus,

coronavirus, adenovirus, respiratory syncytial virus, coxsackievirus, and influenza
virus accounting for most cases. Human metapneumovirus is a newly discovered
agent causing URIs. Group A beta-hemolytic streptococci (GABHS) cause 5% to
10% of cases of pharyngitis in adults. Other less common causes of bacterial
pharyngitis include group C beta-hemolytic streptococci, Corynebacterium
diphtheriae, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Arcanobacterium haemolyticum, Chlamydia
pneumoniae, Mycoplasma pneumoniae, and herpes simplex virus.
Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, and Moraxella catarrhalis
are the most common organisms that cause the bacterial superinfection of viral
acute sinusitis. Less than 10% of cases of acute tracheobronchitis are caused by
Bordetella pertussis, B. parapertussis, M. pneumoniae, or C. pneumoniae.

Most URIs occurs more frequently during the cold winter months, because
of overcrowding. Adults develop an average of two to four colds annually.
Antigenic variation of hundreds of respiratory viruses results in repeated
circulation in the community. A coryza syndrome is by far the most common
cause of physician visits in the United States. Acute pharyngitis accounts for 1%
to 2% of all visits to outpatient and emergency departments, resulting in 7 million
annual visits by adults alone. Acute bacterial sinusitis develops in 0.5% to 2% of
cases of viral URIs. Approximately 20 million cases of acute sinusitis occur
annually in the United States. About 12 million individuals are diagnosed with
acute tracheobronchitis annually, accounting for one third of patients presenting
with acute cough. The estimated economic impact of non–influenza-related URIs
is $40 billion annually.

Influenza epidemics occur every year between November and March in

the Northern Hemisphere. Approximately two thirds of those infected with
influenza virus exhibit clinical illness, 25 million seek health care, 100,000 to
200,000 require hospitalization, and 40,000 to 60,000 die each year as a result of
related complications. The average cost of each influenza epidemic is $12
million, including the direct cost of medical care and indirect cost resulting from
lost work days. Pandemics in the 20th century claimed the lives of more than 21
million people. A widespread H5N1 pandemic in birds is ongoing, with threats of
a human pandemic. It is projected that such a pandemic would cost the United
States $70 to $160 billion.


This individual case study provides goals or objectives which can be used as an
instrument in assessing the patient’s health status and in his present conditions:

1. Use to obtain a complete heath data and can be used in follow up care.

2. Impart knowledge by conducting health teaching about the necessary

information pertaining in the disease condition.

3. Understands the course and essence of the chosen care study.


The study includes all the data gathered during the interview and the
observation claimed by the patient as well as the significant others. It also deals
with the several factors observed and gathered during the interview. That
information gathered was the exact answer and the problems of the people in the
community and not just basing in the opinions of the students conducting the
interview of the students.

The limitation of this study is limited in the place of interaction itself which
is in the hospital. This study was completed in 2 days by the interaction of the
student and the patient.
A. Profile of the Patient








ADDRESS: tagloan

DATE OF ADMISSION: November 18, 2008




PULSE RATE: 86 bpm


HEIGHT: 94 cm

WEIGTH: 12.7 kg

ALLERGY: No allergy

Jurey was born on November 18, 2007. He was delivered NSVD in the
Polymedic General Hospital. He was a healthy and a lovable boy. One month
after birth Jurey experienced diarrhea lasting for two days, her mother panic
and admitted him into the Polymedic General hospital. He was then
diagnosed of having a diarrhea having a watery stool, Jurey stayed in the
hospital for almost a day. A week after, Jurey had a fever due to infection. Her
mother gave him paracetamol and she had performed a tepid sponge both on
him. After giving the medications and performing tipid sponge bath the
temperature of Jurey drop from 38° c to 36.8° c.


The case of 2 years old male, Roman Catholic lived in Taguluan,came

in Sabal Hospital CDOC at 12:50 pm on November 18 , 2008 with a chief
complains of Loss bowel movement (LBM) and vomiting. Jurey had a cough
lasting for 6 days.

On that day, Jurey had LBM three consecutive defecation within an

interval of 30minutes with watery, nonblood seen associated with vomiting at
least two times after such intake of foods/fluids as stated by the mother where
prompt to admission. There was no associated symptom like fever during that
Jurey was diagnosed to have an acute gastroenteritis with mild
dehydration (AGE).


The chief complain of the patient is loss bowel movement and

vomiting last November 18, 2008 at 12:05 pm.

Sigmund Freud’s Psychosocial Development:

According to Freud, the source of bodily pleasure is concentrated in zones

around the musculocutaneous junctions. These erotogenic zones displace one
another in sequence as the child matures. Initially, the infants erotogenic zone is
the mouth, thus gratification of the id is derived through oral satisfaction. During
the first 6 months of life, the infant is in the oral dependent or oral passive stage,
as evidenced by sucking. After the first teeth erupt at about 5 to 7 months of age,
the infant enters the oral aggressive stage with biting and sucking as the means
of gratification.

Infants enjoy sucking and later biting anything that touches the erogenous
zone of the lips and mouth. Some infants enjoy this oral activity more than the
others. While some may be satisfied by sucking at the breast or bottle, others
require pacifiers, toys or other objects that can be orally manipulated.

The young infant operates on the basis of primary narssism or self-love,

wanting what is wanted immediately and unable to tolerate a delay in
gratification. This process, the pleasure principle, later becomes a part of the ego
structure that operates on the reality principle, giving up what is wanted now for
something better in the future. If the mother or her substitute always sees to it
that the infant’s need before there is evidence of these needs, the infant will feel
no control over the environment. On the other hand, if required to wait too long
after expressing a need, the infant will feel unable to control the environment and
thus learns to mistrust the caregiver.



o Cotrimoxazole 125mg/5ml November 18,2008 Antibacterial – for
suspension 4.0ml BID (8- Shigellosis or UTIs
6) caused by
susceptible strains
of Escherichia coli,
Proteus (in dole
positive or
or Enterobacter
o Metronidazole 125mg/5ml November 18, 2008 Amoebicides &
suspension 4.0ml TID(8- Antiprotozoals –
1-6) intestinal Amebiasis
o Prozinc drops 1.3ml OD Food supplement -
(once daily) contains zinc an
essential mineral
that stimulates the
activities of many
enzymes promoting
normal biochemical
reaction in the body.
Strengthen the
immune system,
support normal
growth and drugs
and help prevent

o Fecalysis November 18, 2008 To check for


o Urinalysis November 18, 2008 To check for

o Hemochrome November 18, 2008 To check for


DATE ORDERED: November 18, 2008




SFECIFIC INDICATION: Lower respiratory tract infection, skin and skin structure
infection due to s.aureus

SIDE EFFECTS: Increases in the serum creatine presence of cast in the urine,
alternation of PFs.


1. IM injection should be deep in the body of the large muscle.

2. IV infusion should contain concentrations of 40 mg/mL of sterile water.
3. Do not mix the drug with other antibiotics

Acute gastroenteritis

Viruses and bacteria from the contaminated food

It produces toxins that react with the small intestine mucosa

Dysentery caused by bacteria which affects the colon

Abdominal cramping, diarrhea and vomiting

Fluid electrolytes imbalance

Parasites invade the circulation and localize in the

Gastrointestinal tract


Watery stools and vomiting occur


Consists of (1) an alimentary canal- a long muscular tube beginning at the

lips and ending at the anus, including the mouth, pharynx (oral and laryngeal
portions), esophagus, stomach, and small and large intestine, and (2) accessory
glands that empty secretions into the tube- salivary glands, pancreas, liver, and

1. Teeth
a. Crown projects above the gum, root below. Dentin (bulk of tooth)
surrounds pulp cavity. Enamel covers dentin of crown; cementum
covers dentin of root and anchors tooth to periodontal ligament.
b. Each quadrant of mouth has eight teeth-two incisors, one canine,
two premolars, and three molars.

2. Esophagus
a. Mucous membrane lined with stratified squamous epithelium rather
than simple columnar epithelium, as in stomach and intestine,
b. Muscular layer of upper third, striated; lower third, smooth; middle,
both striated and smooth.
c. Segment above stomach (indistinguishable anatomically from
remainder of esophagus) functions as sphincter, remaining closed
until reflexively relaxed as peristaltic wave approaches,
3. Stomach
a. Consists of upper fundus, central body, and constricted lower pyloric
portion (antrum).
b. Musculature contains an oblique inner layer of smooth muscle in
addition to external longitudinal and underlying circular smooth muscle
layers found elsewhere in digestive tract.
c. Thick circular muscle in pyloric portion forms pyloric sphincter.
d. Openings: cardia, between esophagus and stomach; pylorus, between
stomach and duodenum.

4. Small Intestine
a. Divided into duodenum, jejunum, and ileum.
b. Surface area, serving absorptive function, increased by:

1. Circular folds (plicae circulares)- permanent, transverse folds.

2. Villi – fingerlike projections
3. Microvilli- processes on free surface of epithelial cells that form the brush
c. Invagination of ileum into cecum – the first part of the large intestine –
forms ileocecal valve, which opens rhymthmically during digestion,
permitting gradual emptying of ileum and preventing regurgitation.

5. Large Intestine
a. Extends from the end of the ileum to the anus and is divisible into the
cecum, colon, rectum, and anal canal. The major part is the colon, which
consists of ascending, transverse, descending, and sigmoid portions.
b. The longitudinal muscle of the cecum and colon forms three
conspicuous bands(taeniae coli).
c. Thickene circular smooth muscle of anal canal forms the internal
anal sphincter. Surrounding skeletal muscle forms the external sphincter.
6.Salivary Glands
a. Three pairs (parotid, submaxillary, and sublingual), with ducts opening into
the mouth.
b. Two types of secretions:
1. Serous containing ptyalin –enzyme initiating digestion of the starch.
2. Mucous – viscous, containing mucus, which facilitates mastication.

7. Pancreas
a. Two types of secretory cells in exocrine pancreas:
1. Enzyme- secreting acinar cells.
2. Bicarbonate-and-water-secreting –intralobular duct cells.
b. Pancreatic duct empties pancreatic juice into duodenum.

8. Liver and Gallbladder

a. Bile secreted by liver is essential for normal absorption of digested lipids.
Bile salts combine with products of lipid digestion to form water-soluble
complexes (micelles) which are absorbed by intestinal cells.
b. Gallbladder concentrates and stores bile.
c. Hepatic duct, formed from the bile duct system of liver, joins cystic duct of
gallbladder to form common bile duct, which empties into duodenum.

Motility of Digestive Tract

1. Swallowing
a. In buccal stage (voluntary) bolus pushed toward pharynx.
b. In pharyngeal and esophageal stages (involuntary) bolus passes
through pharynx into esophagus and through esophagus into
c. Reflexes raise soft palate, raise larynx, adduct aryepiglottic folds
and true and false vocal cords, and inhibit respiration. When food
enters the pharynx, reflex contraction of the superior constrictor
muscle initiates peristalsis, propelling the food, and relaxation of the
upper and lower esophageal sphincters allows food to pass first
into the esophagus and then into the stomach.
2. Peristalsis in Stomach
a. Mixes contents and forces chime through pylorus.
b. Three waves each beginning every 20 seconds near midpoint of
stomach, lasting about one minute, and ending with contraction of
pyloric sphincter travel down stomach at one time.
c. Rate of emptying determined largely by strength of contractions.
d. Feedback from duodenum regulates gastric emptying. Two control
mechanisms, one neuronal (enterogastric reflex), the other
hormonal (mediated mainly by enterogastrone), inhibit gastric
3. Contractions of the Small Intestine
a. Segmenting: rhythmic contractions along a section dividing it into
segments: primarily mixing action.
b. Peristaltic waves superimposed upon segmenting contractions.
c. Ingestion of food increases ileal peristalsis and frequency of
opening of ileocecal valve (gastroileal reflex).
4. Contractions of Large Intestine
a. Simultaneous contraction of circular and longitudinal muscle,
forming haustra,
b. Infrequent usually two or three times daily of most mass
movements transferring contents from proximal to distal colon and
into rectum. Most commonly occur shortly after a meal (gastrocolic
5. Defecation reflex
a. Distention of rectum triggers intense peristaltic contractions of colon
and rectum and relaxation of internal anal sphincter.
b. Reflex preceded by voluntary relaxation of external sphincter and
compression of abdominal contents.
1. Mouth
a. Enzymatic action: initiation of the digestion of carbohydrate by ptyalin,
which splits starch into the disaccharide maltose. Action in mouth slight,
but continues in stomach until acid medium inactivates ptyalin.
b. Regulation: exclusively nervous- impulses transmitted from center in
medulla activated principally by taste, smell, or sight of food to salivary
glands by parasymphatetic nerve fibers.
2. Stomach
a. Enzymatic action: initiation of protein digestion by pepsin, producing
proteoses, peptones, and polypeptides. Pepsinogen secreted by chief
cells converted to pepsin by autoactivation process in presence of acid
secreted by parietal cells.
b. Regulation
1. Cephalic phase- initiated by taste, sight, or smell of food; secretion
stimulated directly or indirectly by the hormone gastrin. Gastrin, released
from so called G cells in the pyloric region of the stomach, stimulates the
secretion of an acid-rich gastric juice.
2. Gastric phase- initiated by food in stomach; secretion triggered directly or
indirectly, as in cephalic phase.
3. Intestinal phase- initiated by digestive products in upper small intestine;
mediated by hormone released by duodenum acting on stomach.
4. Inhibition- strong acid in antrum inhibits gastrin release. Fat, acid, or
hypertonic salt solutions in duodenum stimulate release of hormones
which inhibit gastric secretion.
3. Intestine
a. Enzymatic action- fat digestion and continuation of carbohydrate and
protein digestion.
1. Pancreatic lipase splits fat into monoglycerides, fatty acids, and glycerol.
2. Pancreatic amylase converts starch and glycogen into maltose. Intestinal
disaccharidases split maltose, sucrose, and lactose into their constituent
3. Pancreatic enzymes trypsin and chymotrypsin both endopeptidases split
proteins and the products of pepsin digestion into peptides. Peptidases
split peptides into amino acids.
b.. Regulation of pancreatic secretion: by vagus nerve during cephalic and
gastric phase of gastric secretion and by two duodenal hormones-
cholecystokinin-pancreozymin and sectetin. Vagus stimulation and
cholecystokinin-pancreaozymin stimulate enzyme secretion; secretin
stimulates bicarbonate secretion.

1. Occurs almost exclusively in the small intestine.
2. Simple sugars, amino acids, short-chain fatty acids, and glycerol are
absorbed into blood stream via capillary network of villi. Products of lipid
digestion are absorbed as chylomicrons into intestinal lymphatics via
central lacteal of villi.

Digestion process- the digestive system prepares food for consumption by the
cells through five basic activities:

1. Ingestion- is an active, voluntary process of taking in food. Food must be

placed in the mouth before it can be acted on.
2. Propulsion is movement of food along the digestive tract. Swallowing is
one example of food movement that depends largely on the propulsive
process called peristalsis. Peristalsis is involuntary and involves
alternating waves of contraction and relaxation of the muscles in the organ
wall to squeeze food along the tract.
3. Digestion- the breakdown of food by both chemical and mechanical
4. Absorption- the passage of digested food from the digestive tract into the
cardiovascular and lymphatic systems for distribution to cells. For
absorption to occur, the digested foods must first enter the mucosal cells
by active or passive transport processes. The small intestine is the major
absorptive site.

Defecation- the elimination of indigestible substances from the body


NameTumacas ,Jurey Date: _November 18, 2008

Vital Signs:
EENT: _100 bpm BP: ______Height___94 cm____ Temp: _38_°c_
Impaired vision blind
pain reddened drainage
gums hard of hearing deaf
burning edema lesion teeth
Asses eyes, ears, nose Sunken eyeballs
Throat for abnormality no problem
asymmetric tachypnea
apnea rales cough barrel chest
bradypnea shallow rhonchi P Dry , cracked
sputum diminished dyspnea lips
orthopnea labored wheezing Abdominal pain
pain cyanotic
Asses resp. rate, rhythm, depth, pattern Dry skin
breath sounds, comfort no problem
arrhythmia tachycardia numbness Appeared weak
diminished pulses edema fatigue
irregular bradycardia murmur Dry skin and
tingling absent pulses pain Afebrile T: 36.6˚C
Assess heart sounds, rate, rhythm, pulse, blood
pressure, etc., fluid retention, comfort
no problem
obese distention mass
dysphagia rigidity pain
Asses abdomen, bowel habits, swallowing,
bowel sounds, comfort no problem
pain urine color vaginal bleeding
hematuria discharge nocturia
Assess urine freq., control, color, odor, comfort/
Gyn-bleeding, discharge no problem
paralysis stuporous unsteady seizures
lethargic comatose vertigo tremors
confused vision grip
Assess motor function, sensation, LOC, strength,
grip, galt, coordination, orientation, speech.
no problem
appliance stiffness itching petechiae
hot drainage prosthesis swelling
lesion poor turgor cool deformity
wound rash skin color flushed
atrophy pain ecchymosis
diaphoretic moist
Asses mobility, motion, galt,NURSING
alignment, ASSESSMENT
joint function II
/skin color, texture, turgor, integrity no problem
( ) Hearing Loss Comments: “wla ( ) glasses ( ) languages
may ( ) contact lense ( ) hearing aide
( ) visual changes problima Pupil size 3-5 mm_ ( ) speech
sa pan- difficulties
(x)denied dungog ug Reaction _Pupils are equally rounded and
pan- reactant to
Lantao” as _light accommodation._
Lized by
( ) dyspnea Comments: “ Dili Resp. (x ) regular () irregular
man siya Description _
() smoking history galisud ug R: right lung is clear in secretions and have a
ginha- equal size to left lung_
___none____ hawa.” As L: left lung is clear in secretions and equal
( ) cough verbalized size to right lung
by the
( ) sputum mother.
(x ) denied
CIRCULATION: Heart Rhythm (x) regular ( ) irregular
( ) chest pain Comments: “gasakit Ankle edema There was no presence of
lang ankle edema
( ) leg pain ang iyang
tiyan”.as Pulse Car Rad AP
( ) numbness of verbalized Fem
by the R ______ + +
Extremities mother. L ________ + +
(x) denied Comments: _. Not all pulses is present
Diet:full diet Comments: ” la ( ) dentures (x) none
na siya
( ) N ( x) V gana Complete Partial
mokaon” as
Character Upper () ()
vaerbalized by Lower () ()
(x) recent change in the
weight, appetite
( ) swallowing
( ) denied

Usual bowel pattern ( ) urinary Comments: “ sahay nlng
frequency Man gasakit akko tiyan.
Loss bowel movement _ 5-7
times a day
( ) urgency Bowel sounds: hyper
Constipation remedy ( ) dysuria active bowel sound
( ) hematuria Present ( ) yes (x) no
Date of last LBM ( ) Incontinence Urine*(color,consistency,
November 18, 2008 Odor)
( ) polyuria
(x ) diarrhea ( ) foly in place If foley is in place?
character ( ) denied
__not present__
(x) dry Comments: “Uga kayo (x) dry () cold () pale
iyang (x ) flushed (x ) warm
( ) itching panit”.as ( ) moist ( ) cyanotic
verbalized rashes, ulcers, decubitus (describe size,
( ) denied by her location, drainage) .The patient has a
mother. flushed, warm and dry skin.

( ) convulsion Comments:” Luya kayo ( ) LOC and orientation
ang Gait: ( X) steady ( ) unsteady
() dizziness lawas ni Juey, ________________
dili kaa-
( ) limited motion yo siya ( ) sensory and motor losses in face or
galihok”. As extremities:
of joints verbalized by No sensory and motor loss
the ( ) ROM limitations : patient has the ability to
Limitation in mother. do ROM
ability to
() ambulate
() bathe self
( ) other
(x ) denied
() pain Comments: “gasakitaay (x) facial grimaces
ako () guarding
(location, iyang tiyan” as () other signs of pain .
verbalized by Pain due to abdominal cramping.
frequency her mother.
( ) nocturia
( ) sleep difficulties
( ) denied
Observed non-verbal behavior : The patient
3 members of the family___ is rubbing his abdomen portion and has a
Members of household facial grimace due to pain

_His father Mr. Tumacas

Most supportive person The person and his phone number that can
Reached any time
_Was not given by the significant


o Cotrimoxazole 125mg/5ml November 19,2008 Antibacterial – for
suspension 4.0ml BID (8- Shigellosis or UTIs
6) caused by
susceptible strains
of Escherichia coli,
Proteus (in dole
positive or
or Enterobacter
o Metronidazole 125mg/5ml Amoebicides &
suspension 4.0ml TID(8- Antiprotozoals –
1-6) intestinal Amebiasis
o Prozinc drops 1.3ml OD Food supplement -
(once daily) contains zinc an
essential mineral
that stimulates the
activities of many
enzymes promoting
normal biochemical
reaction in the body.
Strengthen the
immune system,
support normal
growth and drugs
and help prevent

o Fecalysis November 19,2008 To check for


o Urinalysis November 19, 2008 To check for

o Hemochrome November 19, 2008 To check for

Diagnostic Examination:
Date: November 19,2008
Macroscopic appearance:
Color: yellow Consistency: Soft
Microscopic appearance:
Pus cells: none seen /hpf
RBC: none seen /hpf
Fat globules: none seen / hpf

Cyst: 0-2 /hpf
Result: Positive amoeba

Date: November 18, 2008
Color: Yellow
Appearance: Clear
Specific gravity: 1.025
Protein (Albumin): Negative
Glucose: Negative
Bacteria: Few

Result: No findings

Date: November 19,2008
WBC- 13.4 normal range (5-10x103ml3)


Acute pain related to abdominal cramping and irritation.
Desired outcomes/evaluation criteria – the patient relieves
Abdominal pain
 Encourage the mother to increase
the oral intake of fluids containing  To maintain the skin integrity of the
electrolytes, such as juices and etc. patient, because skin breakdown can
 Monitor Intake and Output. Note occur quickly when LBM occur.
number, character, and amount of  Provides information about overall
stools; estimate insensible fluid fluid balance, renal function, and
losses, e.g., diaphoresis. Measure bowel disease control, as well as
urine specific gravity; observe for guidelines for fluid replacement.
 Auscultate the abdomen of the  To determine for presence, location
patient. and characteristic of the bowel

 Restrict the solid intake as indicated  To allow bowel rest5 or to reduce

by the physician. intestinal workload.

 Provide prompt diaper change and  To avoid skin breakdown and diaper
cleansing gently. rash.

 Place the bedpan in the bed of the  To provide easy access and to
patient or a commode chair near the reduce the need to wait.

 Observe for excessively dry skin  Indicates excessive fluid

and mucous membranes, loss/resultant dehydration.
decreased skin turgor, slowed
capillary refill.
 Indicator of overall fluid and
 Weigh daily nutritional status.

 Colon is placed at rest for healing

 Maintain oral restrictions, bed rest. and to decreased intestinal fluid

 Note generalized muscle weakness  Excessive intestinal loss may lead to

or cardiac dysrhytmias. electrolyte imbalance, e.g.,
potassium, which is necessary for
proper skeletal and cardiac muscle
function. Minor alterations in serum
levels can result in profound and/or
DEPENDENT life-threatening symptoms.
 Administer parenteral fluids, blood
transfusions as indicated.  Maintenance of bowel rest requires
alternative fluid replacement to
correct losses/anemia. Note: fluids
containing sodium may be restricted
 Monitor laboratory studies, e.g., in presence of regional enteritis.

Knowledge deficient regarding condition, prognosis, treatment, self-care, and

discharge needs as related to unfamiliarity with resources and information

Desire outcomes/evaluation criteria- the significant others will:

Verbalize understanding of disease processes, possible complications.

 Determine the mother’s perception  Establishing knowledge regarding
of disease process. the disease condition of her child .

 Giving of information’s about the  Precipitating/aggravating factors are

factors that causes the disease individual; therefore, the mother
condition of the client. needs to be aware of what foods,
Encouraging the mother to ask fluids, and lifestyle factors can
question about it. precipitate symptoms. Accurate
knowledge base provides
opportunity for the mother to make
informed decisions/choices about
future and control of chronic
disease. Although most others know
about their own disease process,
they may have outdated information
or misconceptions.

 Giving of information’s about the  Promotes understanding and may

medication as well as it’s side enhance cooperation with regimen.
effects and action.

 Stressing the importance of the  Reduces spread of bacteria and risk

following :good skin care, e.g., of skin irritation/breakdown,
proper hand washing techniques infection.
and perineal skin care.

 Emphasize need for long-term  Patients with IBD are at risk for
follow-up and periodic colon/rectal cancer, and regular
reevaluation. diagnostic evaluations may be

Impaired skin integrity related to effects of excretions on delicate tissue.

Desired outcomes/evaluation criteria- patient will:

The patient will be able to maintain his skin integrity as well as to

maintain fluid volume.
 Provide the patient with  This is to prevent from injury because
oral mouth care. of dryness.

 Maintain accurate intake  To determine the fluids taken by the

and output and calculate patient and also to calculate the output
also the 24 urine collection. of the patient.

 Instruct the mother to use  This is to maintain skin integrity of the

less frequently mild patient and to prevent excessive
cleanser or soaps and to dryness.
provide optimal skin care.


 Administer medication to  To prevent injury and also to prevent

prevent the skin and the cracking of the mucous membrane
mucous membrane from of the patient.
cracking as indicated by the
VIII. Actual Nursing Management

“Nagsakit man the tiyan ni Jurey tapos cige siya ug kalibang”.

>hyper active bowel sound.
O >Facial Grimace
>Dry skin
Acute pain related to abdominal cramping
Long term:
At the end of 2o minutes the patient will be able to reestablish
and maintain the normal pattern of Bowel functioning.
P Short Term:
At the end of 15 minutes the patient will be able to maintain the
normal patter of normal bowel functioning.
1. Auscultate the abdomen of the patient.
2. Restrict solid foods intake as indicated by the
3. Encourage the mother to increase the fluid intake
I of her son containing electrolytes. such as juices to
prevent dehydration.
4. place the bedpan near the bed top have a easy
5. Administer medications that can relieve abdominal
E pain as indicated by the physician.
After the nursing intervention given the patient abdominal pain
will be reduce.
Actual Nursing Management

S “Init kayo si Jurey ug ga chill siya”.

O >Temperature:40°c
>Pulse rate: 160 bpm
>Respiratory Rate :72 cpm
>Flushed skin
A Fever related to infection
Long term:
At the end of 20 minutes the temperature of Jurey will drop into a
normal range..
P Short Term:
At the end of 10 minutes the temperature of Jurey will drop
slowly into the normal range..
1. Perform tepid sponge bath.
2. Change the clothing of the patient into a more
comfortable one.
3. Change the clothing of the patient as often as
I 4. Apply hot water bag in the lower extremities of the
patient. To lower his temperature.
5. Open the doors and windows in the patient room
so that the fresh air will come in.
6. Administer medications prescribed by the
physician. To lower the temperature of the patient.

After the nursing Intervention gentle patients body temperature

E will drops slowly into the normal range.


MEDICATIONS For the medications, Instruct the
mother of the patient to continue the
medication prescribed by the physician
and to give the medication on the
proper time and route. The
paracetamol which can lower the body
temperature and should be given every
4 hours.
EXERCISE For the exercise, Instruct the mother to
teach her son to do the relaxation
exercise. This is to relieve his
abdominal pain.
TREATMENT Instruct the mother to follow the
treatment given by the physician, which
includes the proper administration of
the medications, the time the
medication be given and the diet that
the patient must have. That treatment
is necessary for the complete recovery
of the patient.
OUT PATIENT Instruct the mother to be back in the
hospital after 1 week after the
discharge of the patient. This to
determine if the condition of the patient
is already stable and if there is another
treatment be given.
DIET Instruct the mother to give her child
foods rich in fibers such as vegetables
and also to increase the fluid intake of
the patient.
X. Evaluation:

In the case of Jurey, Immediate intervention was given because Jurey was
admitted to the Sabal Hospital after experiencing loss bowel movement and
vomiting. History was taken to document the onset and frequency of diarrhea.
Exposure to contaminated food or water is initiated with the patient where
drinking water might be contaminated. Physical examination helps the physician
to identify underlying systemic disease. The doctor ordered for some diagnostic
tests to find the cause of diarrhea which include the fecalysis where positively
amoebiasis was detected. Urinalysis and hemochrome was also ordered to
provide more specific data.

Treatment for acute gastroenteritis includes restoration of fluid and

electrolyte balance, management of signs and symptoms and treatment of
causative factors.


No one can escape from having this kind of disease Children are very
susceptible to illness that is why I imparted knowledge to Mrs. Tumacas to
continue giving nutritious foods, and vitamins. As much as possible report to the
physician immediately if there are any unusualities may observe because
diarrhea can be dangerous in newborns and infants. Children, especially those
younger than 6 months of age and those with other health risks, need special
attention when they have diarrhea because they can become dehydrated.
Because a child can die from dehydration within a few days, the main treatment
for diarrhea in children is dehydration. Quickly Careful observation of the child's
appearance and how much fluid he or she is drinking can help prevent problems.
And lastly I told her to follow-up the rural health center for his complete


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