What is the best nursing diagnosis in this scenario presented. Case Study: Nursing Care Plan : Sarah, 1 year old, was admitted with a high fever x 2...
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Case Study: Nursing Care Plan : Sarah, 1 year old, was admitted with a high fever x 2 days, with vomiting episodes. Her mother works part time in a butcher-shop and her father is a factory worker. She has one sibling older than her, K.Q., 3 years old. Sarah was observed by mother, primary caregiver to be lethargic and decrease interaction with her siblings. She was admitted on May 25, 2020 with emesis and has a diagnosis of acute gastroenteritis. During her hospital stay, she was also suspected for urinary tract infection. Vital Signs: T= 36.5 P= 110 R = 25 bpm BP = 90/50 Oxygen Saturation = 94% on room air Allergies: Eggs and Penicillin Sarah has been healthy with no previous hospitalization. Sarah has a mannerism of sticking anything on her mouth. Whatever she touches she directs it toward her mouth. She doesn't practice hand washing every now and then. There are some medications she takes easily but there are also those medications which are hard for her because of the taste. She eats soft foods and drinks 6-7 bottles of milk in a day. Mrs. Q provides her daughter milk and food in accordance to age and doctor's advice. She drinks formula milk. She stopped being breastfed when she was 10 ½ months. She has no allergy. She sleeps at 8 P.M. in the evening and usually gets up 7 A.M. - 8 A.M. in the morning. After playing or eating she takes a nap. She has straight undisturbed sleep at night. Sarah is not afraid of new people around her. She is friendly and is easy to accommodate. Sarah is a very playful and active girl. She has lots of energy but cries when she doesn't like something. She smiles and laughs a lot. Her coordination, gait, balance are stable for her age. Her daily living activities were provided by her parents. There is no musculoskeletal impairment. She usually plays after she wakes up in the morning. Sarah was discharged on June 2, 2020 at 1:30 pm.

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