NRSG 241- CHILD & FAMILY MEMBERS CLINICAL DATABASE/CAREPLAN STUDENT: Claire O. Harriott CLINICAL TIME: 6/30/2010
Date of Admission6/29/2010| GenderMale| Age (13years old)| DietRegular| ActivityOut of Bed| AllergiesNKA| Isolation (type)Contact r/o MRSA| MDX LocationChart and wall structure near room| ID LocationL wrist
Adm. Wt: 86. six kg % ile: 99. 15Yest. Wt: % ile: Today's Wt: 85. a few kg % ile: 99. 04| Adm. Ht/length: 172 cm % ile: fifth there’s 89. 24Today's Ht/length: % ile: Ht/Wt: % ile: | HC: % ile:
Admitting Medical Medical diagnosis: | Cellulite
Relevant Medical Diagnoses: | None
Relevant Medical/Surgical History: | Probably none
Indications & symptoms that the child experienced associated with this hospitalization (How well being problem(s) impact growth and development and ADLs. In the event that premature, range of weeks gestation at birth): | Soreness, swelling, infection, and erythema were assessed in the proper forearm. | Pathophysiology coming from all Medical Diagnoses and relevant history (Include a BRIEF description in your own terms and the way to obtain your information in APA format): | Cellulitis is a common infection of the pores and skin. Cellulitis is an infection that presents with edema, erythema, inflammation, warmth, and tenderness which can spread quickly. This kind of infection generally presents signs and symptoms in the reduce extremities but it really can present anywhere on the body much like my affected person that has cellulite in his fore arm. Commonly cellulite affects the skin's surface area but can spread to underlying cells, lymph nodes and blood stream. Cellulitis is seen with individuals that have had latest breaks in the skin including people with medical wounds or perhaps with my patient who had an erosion on his forearm due to a football personal injury. Doenges, Meters. E. (2007). Nurse's Pocket or purse Guide Diagnoses, Prioritized Affluence, and Rationales edition 15. Philadelphia: F. A Davis. Hodgson, M. B. (2009). Saunders Nursing jobs Drug Handbook. Philidelphia: Develop. Linda Skidmore-Roth, R. Meters. (2009). Mosby's Nursing Drug Reference 2009 22nd editiion. El Pasillo: Elsevier. Ricci, S. S i9000. (2009). Maternal and The chidhood Nursing. London: Wolters Kluwer. Saunders. (2009). Nursing Medicine Handbook. St . Louis: Elsevier. | Medical Consults and Impressions: | Infectious Disease (6/29/2010)
Development/Erikson (Identify the Developing Stage. May be the child in target? If perhaps so , what behaviors and abilities does the child display that support your decision. If not on target, what behaviors and abilities does the child display that support your decision? | Patient is currently in personality vs . part confusion which will he is upon target. After i was discussing with the child this individual said he wants to operate business if he gets older, where he can take proper care of his friends and family as a gentleman; thus responding to his identity as a person. | Great motor (Is the child in target for his or her development level? Document the actual child truly does or the father or mother reports that demonstrates that s/he is definitely on goal for this developing stage. )| The child is usually on focus on for his fine electric motor skill, this was observed through him sending text messages his close friends on his mobile phone. | Low motor (Is the child upon target for their development stage? Document the particular child truly does or the mother or father reports that demonstrates that s/he is usually on goal for this developing stage. )| The child can be on target for his gross electric motor skills this is observed through his gait while he walked throughout the room and performed his ADLs just like brushing the teeth, and bathing. | Speech/language (Is the kid on concentrate on for their expansion stage? Record what the kid does or perhaps the parent studies that shows that s/he is in target in this developmental stage. )| The kid is about target with speech, it was observed through conversation with him within my head to bottom assessment. Having been able to answer questions appropriately during said...
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Linda Skidmore-Roth, R. Meters. (2009). Mosby 's Medical Drug Reference point 2009 twenty second editiion. Este Paso: Elsevier.
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