The client will be able to utilize the topical treatments for head lice with the appropriate administraton . 4. After 1 day of nursing intervention, the client will consult to the health center in regards to head lice. Provide the essential treatments for head lice that is prescribed by the doctor. 4. Endorsement of the patient's condition to the health center shall be done by the nurse. assume the role of learner when patients have identifiable learning needs. The nurse is responsible for ensuring that they have the knowledge in correct administration of drugs. 4. A proper diagnosis of other medical professionals in a health center is the most effective way in giving the appropriate intervention also and providing the essential medications to the patient's
yung pagpapahid ng oil pero sa tingin ko ay hindi ito naging epektibo kasi bumalik parin ang mga kuto ko.” Ms. Jenny Ramirez added, “At wala na naman kaming iba pang ginagawa kundi hinihingutuha n lang ako ng nanay ko. Gumagamit kami ng suyod, hindi na kami bumubili pa ng mga shampoo na pwedeng magtanggal ng kuto kasi Journal. 11. 26-30. condition.
gagastos pa.” She said, “Naliligo naman ako araw-araw pero hindi ko talaga alam kung bakit ayaw mawala ng kuto ko, ewan ko ba.’’ Objective cues: Infestations in the hair (pediculosis) Itching, irritability, loss of focus Use of oil and fine-tooth comb (suyod)
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- Spring '20
- Head louse, Pediculosis, Body louse, Louse