Case study progress jh is diagnosed with escherichia

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Case Study Progress: J.H. is diagnosed with Escherichia coli meningitis. His medical care plan will include 14 to 21 days of antibiotic therapy. You are developing his nursing plan of care. 10. Outline a plan of care for J.H., describing nursing interventions that would be appropriate for managing pain and infection, maintaining hydration, assisting with intracranial pressure (ICP), and teaching to review with his parents.
FOC (frontal, occipital circumference) every shift Observe seizure precautions and monitor for seizure activity Parent education Explain disease process and treatment plan Educate on need for isolation precautions Assess support system and allow for questions Encourage comfort measures, bonding, and participation in care Case Study Progress: Mrs. H., through a translator asks you what could have caused her baby to be sick, given that he had an immunization when he was born. She asks whether he should get “more shots” so this won’t happen again. You reinforce to Mrs. H. that infants have immature immune systems, and they are vulnerable to infections until they have been fully immunized. Mrs. H. asks when J.H. will get more shots and what will they be?
11. According to the CDC immunization schedule, which of the following immunizations will J.H. receive at 2 months? You can refer to the current immunization schedule posted at

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