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  • 1. Ranking (Prioritization Calculations)<br /> Poor home/environmental condition/sanitation: presence of breeding or resting sites of vectors of diseases (e.g. flies, mosquitoes)<br />CriteriaComputationActual ScoreJustificationNature of the Problem3/3 x 11Health threat that requires immediate attention and adequate managementModifiability of the Problem2/2 x 22Resources to remove or cover stagnant water and to clean and organize home are available.Preventive Potential3/3 x 11Susceptibility to vector-transmitted diseases like Dengue can be minimized with improved sanitation.Salience of the Problem1/2 x 11/2The family sees this as a problem. However, they lack knowledge on how to address the problemTotal Score4 1/2<br />
    • Unhealthful lifestyle and personal habits/practices: inadequate underwear for children
    CriteriaComputationActual ScoreJustificationNature of the Problem2/3 x 12/3Health threats do not demand immediate action.Modifiability of the Problem1/2 x 21The family does not have adequate financial resources to solve their problem immediately.Preventive Potential3/3 x 11Adequate footwear will effectively prevent foot injuries.Salience of the Problem0/2 x 10The family does not recognize it as a problemTotal Score2 2/3<br />Unhealthful lifestyle and personal habits/practices: poor personal hygiene<br />CriteriaComputationActual ScoreJustificationNature of the Problem2/3 x 12/3Health threats do not demand immediate action.Modifiability of the Problem½ x 21No direct access to resources makes it inconvenient for them to tackle the problem.Preventive Potential3/3 x 11Taking a bath will prevent acquisition of bacteria and therefore improve their health status.Salience of the Problem½ x 11/2The family sees this as a problem. However, physical inaccessibility restrains them from addressing the problemTotal Score3 1/6<br />
    • HEALTH PROBLEM1st level assessmentFAMILY NURSING PROBLEMS2nd level assessmentGOAL OF CAREOBJECTIVES OF CAREINTERVENTION PLANNursing InterventionsMethod of Nurse-Family ContactResources RequiredPoor home/environmental condition/sanitation: presence of breeding or resting sites of vectors of diseases (e.g. cockroaches, flies, mosquitoes)Inability to make decisions with respect to taking appropriate health action due to:lack of knowledge as to what to doInadequate family resources for care, specifically: financial constraintsAfter nursing intervention, the family will take the necessary measures to make the home environment more sanitary.After nursing intervention, the family will:Understand the health risks posed by unsanitary breeding grounds of disease-carrying vermin.Implement the agreed-upon measures to improve home sanitation.Discuss with the family how unsanitary conditions (e.g. stagnant water, open containers) provide good breeding grounds for various insects, and explain the seriousness of the diseases they can transmit.Explore with family ways of implementing sanitation measures (e.g. always keeping water bottles and pails of water covered, regularly cleaning cabinets to remove food crumbs that attract flies).Explore with family ways of minimizing vermin population.For fly problems, suggest the use of candlesHome visitMaterial resources: low- cost supplies to manage flies, mosquitoesTime and effort of the nurse and family.Nurse’s transportation expensesUnhealthful lifestyle and personal habits/practices: inadequate underwear for childreninability to recognize the possible risks of health problems due to lack of knowledgeAfter nursing intervention, the parents will let their children wear clean underwear.After nursing intervention, the family will:Understand the dangers of exposing genitals to the unsanitary environment Discuss with family possible risks and dangers associated with not wearing underwearInspect for any health problems, i.e infectionsTeach parents how to properly do perineal careHome visitTime and effort of the nurse and family.Nurse’s transportation expensesUnhealthful lifestyle and personal habits/practices: poor personal hygieneFailure to utilize community resources for health care due to inaccessibility of required care/service due to:physical inaccessibility: location of facilityfinancial constraintsAfter nursing intervention, family members will practice good personal hygiene.After nursing intervention, the family will:Explore other possible means of obtaining clean water.From above (1) objective, family will then have access to clean water for proper hygieneSuggest other means of obtaining clean water and help them through it (e.g. asking help from barangay officials)Teach family the importance of proper hygiene.Home visitTime and effort of the nurse and family.Nurse’s transportation expenses

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