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TEACHING CARE PLAN

Name of Client: Charlene Joy Ani Age: 19 y/o Sex: F Status: Single Ward: Delivery Room

Diagnosis: Post NSVD Chief Complaint: “wala siguro koy gatas kay di man naga totoy akong baby”

ASSESSMEN NURSING DIAGNOSIS NEED GOAL OBJECTIVE CONTENT MATERIALS EVALUATION

T S
Subjective: Ineffective breastfeeding N The patient After nursing 1.) Assess the -Time and GOAL MET

“wala siguro related to insufficient U will be able to interventions, patient’s effort The patient

koy gatas kay parental knowledge T release the patient knowledge and -Human was able to

di man naga R breast milk will perceptions resources release breast

totoy akong Rationale: I through demonstrate about milk through

baby” Dissatisfaction or T constant techniques to breastfeeding. constant

Objectives: difficulty that a mother, I breastfeeding enhance 2.) Clarify any breastfeeding.

-Vital Signs: infant, or child O . breastfeeding misconceptions

T – 37.6 experiences with the N experience. that the mother

PR – 77 breastfeeding process. A has in terms of

RR – 27 L breastfeeding.

BP – 110/80 – 3.) Discuss early


-infant was Source: infant feeding

unable to latch Doenges, M., cues.

onto mother’s Moorhouse, M., & Murr, 4.) Teach the

breast correctly A. (2016). Nurse’s mother how to

-infant was Pocket Guide: M assess and

crying at the Diagnoses, Prioritized E correct a latch.

chest of the Interventions, and T 5.) Teach the

mother Rationales (14th ed.). A mother how to

-infant was not Philadelphia: F.A. Davis B properly position

properly Company. O the baby for

positioned for L breastfeeding.

breastfeeding I 6.) Teach the

C mother to

massage her

breasts for at

least 2 minutes

before
breastfeeding.

7.) Discuss

breastfeeding

P aids with the

A mother.

T 8.) Advise the

T mother to change

E to different

R comfortable

N positions when

breastfeeding.

9.) Encourage

the mother to

clean her nipples

with warm water.

10.) Recommend

avoidance of
supplemental

feedings and

pacifiers.

11.) Encourage

mother to

maintain skin-to-

skin contact.

Feliza Therese A. Deloria, SN ADDU