HEALTH CONDITIONS AND/OR PROBLEMS
GOAL AND OBJECTIVES OF CARE
INTERVENTION PLAN, METHOD OF CONTACT, PROPOSED ACTIONS, METHOD OF TEACHING
RESOURCES AVAILABLE IN THE FAMILY
METHODS/TOOLS Presence of health deficit: Illness state related to elevated blood pressure
Community Nursing Diagnosis:
Inability to make decisions with respect to taking appropriate health action due to: a.
failure to comprehend the magnitude of the condition
Inaccessibility of appropriate resources for care, specifically physical inaccessibility
Goal: The family will be able to verbalize the nursing care management for hypertension
Within 3 days of nursing interventions and health education, the family will be able to: a.
Determine risk factors that contribute to hypertension such as age, lifestyle, family history, dietary intake and obesity b.
Incorporate low-sodium and low-fat foods into diet
Acquire information on alternative measures in treating high blood pressure through herbal medications d.
Verbalize preventive measures of the disease condition such as healthy diet and exercise After 6 days of home visitation and health teaching, the family will be able to: a.
Acquire adequate information about the condition as manifested by verbalization of b.
Reduce blood pressure readings to less than 150 systolic and 90 diastolic c.
Develop a plan for regular exercise and physical activity d.
Maintain proper nutrition for reducing hypertension as evidenced by avoidance of salty and fatty foods e.
Utilize community resources that are openly available in helping to resolve the condition experienced as evidenced by going to health center for regular check-up
Method of contact: -
1. Discuss the nature, signs, symptoms and complications that might arise due to hypertension .
2. Explain hypertension and its effects in the heart, blood vessels and other body organs.
2. Discuss with the family the...
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