Patient Family Care Study on Ovarian Cyst at Crh - Cape Coast

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TABLE OF CONTENT CHAPTER | CONTENT | PAGE | | TABLE OF CONTENT | | | LIST OF TABLES | | | PREFACE | | | ACKNOWLEDGEMENT | | | INTRODUCTION | | ONE | ASSESSMENT OF PATIENT AND FAMILY | | | PATIENTS PARTICULARS | | | FAMILY MEDICAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC HISTORY | | | PATIENT`S DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY | | | PATIENT`S LIFE STYLE AND HOBBIES | | | PATIENT`S PAST MEDICAL HISTORY | | | PRESENT`S MEDICAL HISTORY | | | ADMISSION OF PATIENT | | | PATIENT`S CONCEPT OF ILLNESS | | | LITERATURE REVIEW | | | VALIDATION OF DATA | | TWO | ANALYSIS OF DATA | | | COMPARISON DATA WITH STANDARD | | | PATIENT AND FAMILY STRENGTH | | | HEALTH PROBLEMS | | | NURSING DIAGNOSIS | | | | | THREE | …show more content…
INTRODUCTION
The advancing nature of nursing in the world today demands a more technological advancement, professionalism and efficiency in approaching nursing. It involves the use of knowledge and skills in caring for the sick or well.
In order to ensure a quality health care delivery, the nursing process approach provides the framework for care through the application of the North American Nursing Diagnoses Association (NANDA) standard nursing outcome classification and the Nursing Intervention Classification (NIC) which provide an evidenced based approach to nursing practice.
This special care study emphasizes the detailed nursing care rendered to Miss M.B, Cape Coast from 22nd February to 26th February, 2010.
She was seen and admitted by Dr. Keenan through the Out-Patient Department of the hospital at 2:00pm on the 22nd February, 2010 with the history of irregular menstrual bleeding, lower abdominal pain, infertility and was diagnosed as ovarian cyst after an abdominal scan was done.
My interaction with her started on the same admission date at 2: 20 pm when she was brought to the ward accompanied by the husband Mr. J.A and an Out-Patient Department nurse of the hospital. Patient was welcomed together with the husband and seats were offered to them at the nurses’ station. Patient’s history was taken and recorded in the
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