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Family Nursing Diagnosis

A. First level assessment


1. Presence of health deficit
a. Illness state: Hypertension
b. Illness state: History of stroke
2. Presence of health threats
a. Stress-provoking factors: strained marital relationship
b. Presence of risk factors of specific diseases: history of alcohol drinking
3. Presence of stress points/Foreseeable crisis situation
a. Chronic illness

B. Second level assessment


Health conditions/Problems and cues
1. Illness state: hypertension

Family Nursing Diagnosis

Minsan nahihilo din ako eh, masakit batok


ko. Tapos minsan di ako makatulog. Naiistress din ako minsan.
2. Illness state: history of stroke

Ability to recognize the presence of condition


/problem

Na-stroke nga ako nun eh, medyo mahirap.


Hindi ko din alam kung bakit, siguro dahil sa
mataas ko na BP. Tsaka ngayon wala pa
akong gamot.
3. Stress-provoking factors: strained marital
relationship
Nakaka-stress, ewan ko kung kamusta kami.
Dati kasi naghanap siya ng iba eh, hindi ako.
Hindi ko na alam.
4. Presence of risk factors of specific
diseases: history of alcohol drinking

Inability to provide adequate nursing care to


the vulnerable member of the family related
to: altered role performance

Ay jusko dati ah inom ako ng inom, yun na


ata tubig ko. Tatlong beses sa isang araw ako
umiinom kaya ayun.
5. Chronic illness

Ability to recognize the presence of the


condition or problem

Mahirap magkasakit, lalo na pati manang ko


nag kasakit gusto ko ng asana siyang bisitahin
pero wala eh may sakit ako eh. Gusto ko
makita niya na magaling ako.

Inability to make decisions with respect to


taking appropriate health action related to:
physical inaccessibility

Developing the Family Nursing Care Plan


A. Tables of prioritization
1. Illness state: Hypertension
Criteria and Total
Nature
Modifiability

Interpretation and
Justification
3- the problem is a
health deficit
a. 0.5- hypertension
can be managed by
nonpharmacological
and pharmacological
interventions and
clients with these are
usually given
maintenance
medicines.
b. 0.5- there are
vegetables available
in the community
c. 0- the client do not
have any medications
for his hyperte
d.

Scoring and
computation

Actual Score

Scoring and
computation

Actual Score

Preventive potential
Salience
2. Illness state: history of stroke
Criteria and Total

Interpretation and
Justification

Nature
Modifiability
Preventive potential
Salience
3. Stress-provoking factors: strained marital relationship
Criteria and Total

Interpretation and
Justification

Scoring and
computation

Actual Score

Nature
Modifiability
Preventive potential
Salience
4. Presence of risk factors of specific diseases: history of alcohol drinking
Criteria and Total
Nature
Modifiability
Preventive potential

Interpretation and
Justification

Scoring and
computation

Actual Score

Salience

5. Chronic illness
Criteria and Total
Nature
Modifiability
Preventive potential
Salience

Interpretation and
Justification

Scoring and
computation

Actual Score