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  • 56XI. DISCHARGE PLANNINGMETHODS: M - Medication  Cefalexin 500mg (t.i.d)  Mefenamic Acid 500mg (t.i.d.)  Ferrous sulfate (o.d.) E - Exercise  Fully ambulatory T - Treatment  Continue medication H - Health teaching  Encourage Breastfeeding  Encourage Hand Washing  Emphasize perineal care every after voiding and bowel movement  Instruct to do cord care of the baby daily  Take a bath daily  Take home medications on time  Attend on sessions for check up  Avoid lifting heavy objects within 6weeks of postpartum  Instruct patient to evaluate types of lochial discharge O - Out patient Appointment  Date: September 14, 2012  Time: 8:00am  Place: OPD VRH D - Diet  Diet as tolerated  Increase protein-rich food intake  Encourage to eat green leafy vegetables to increased iron content of the body  Encourage to eat other nutritious foods like fruits, vegetables, eggs, and meat S - Sexuality  Advice client to resume sexual activity only after 6weeks of postpartum
  • 57XII. ETHICO-LEGAL ISSUE(S) Legal concerns arise in all areas of health care such as negligence or malpractice. Theyare legal concerns because the elements involved are acts of crime which the health care providerdoes omission and commission. In our case we did not observed this legal aspects that affects our client’s right. Indeed,when we ask her if she’s satisfied to the care rendered to her by the health care providers in themedical institution she’s been admitted for delivering her first born baby girl, she said YES. Shewent to a hospital which promotes the MDG 4(reduce child mortality) and 5(improve maternalhealth). We must ensure that all childbearing women have access to information and care that isbased on the best scientific evidence now available, and that they understand and haveopportunities to exercise their right to make health care decisions.
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