1. A healthcare student is assigned to a client who is on isolation precautions
1. A healthcare student is assigned to a client who is on isolation precautions and needs assistance with hygiene and elimination. The client is 47 years old, diagnosed with clostridium difficile (C.Diff.) and wears an adult brief due to incontinence of stool. The client has requested assistance with bathing and changing their brief.
-In priority Order please give two actual nursing diagnosis?
-What interventions would be put in place for care?
-Give two risk diagnosis?
a.What infection prevention and control practices should be incorporated to decrease the risk of spreading infection when providing care?
b. What infection prevention education should be shared with the client and their family?
c.The client is on isolation precautions, how may this impact the client?
2. A 10-year-old client has been admitted to a clinic with the influenza virus and has a fever, persistent productive cough, and a runny nose. The client is lethargic and has not ate since yesterday morning due to nausea.
-One actual diagnosis?
-One risk diagnosis?
a.Which client symptoms increase the risk of spreading the infection to the healthcare staff and other clients at the clinic?
b. What personal protective equipment (PPE) would you wear while providing care?
c.What teaching strategies should be implemented with the client and family to help control and eliminate the infection and potential reservoirs where pathogens can live?