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NU 217 Hospitalized/Ill Child

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Monica Wilson

on 10 August 2016

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Transcript of NU 217 Hospitalized/Ill Child

Assessment:
Identify stressors for each developmental stage
Identify patient/family adaptation to hospitalization
Describe pain assessment and management methods
Describe nursing care that minimizes stress for the pediatric patient
Hospitalized/Ill Child
NU 217
Pain assessment can include:
Physical responses
HR
BP
Crying
Facial expressions
Withdrawal
Sleep

Use appropriate pain scale and intervene accordingly; i.e., CRIES or FACES
Analysis:
Using Orem's health care deviations self-care requisites to identify stress reduction

Use nursing diagnosis to assist in the care of the child and family
Planning:
Describe nursing interventions used to support the family

List general guidelines for preparing the child for procedures

Evaluate therapeutic play activities for procedural intervention, utilize the child life specialist


Implementation:
Strategies for pain management:
pharmacologic:
by mouth
intravenous
topical

non-pharmacologic:
distraction
pacifiers
holding
Identify times when the child and family may need additional support.

Pastoral care
Social work
Family advocacy
Evaluate the effect of nursing interventions
Evaluation:
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