List at least three nursing. diagnoses based on Any  risk and protective factors. What interventions will increase her protective factors

Refer back to 15-year-old Amy, who is described in the chapter opener She has visited the school nurse due to a painful ear pierced by a friend. The nurse examines all of Amy’s plercings  on her ears, face, and navel. Amy is talkative and willing to answer The nurse questions about her body art and her life She elaborates about the reasons she ran away from home last year and seems to be analyzing her own motives and goals. She now lives at home with her family again.

1. What is Amy’s developmental stage according to Erikson? How can the adults in her life encourage her healthy psychosocial development

 

2. Amy has clearly demonstrated many risk and protective factors for physical and psychosocial health. What factors place ber at rkk of diseases or developing unhealthy lifestyles? What factors are protective of her health?

 

3. List at least three nursing. diagnoses based on Any  risk and protective factors. What interventions will increase her protective factors

 

4 Exposure to home piercings and to body art presents several health risks. What are they? What immunization should Any have to prevent her from acquiring a disease transmitted by blood?

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Explain the standards of pediatric nursing care as they relate to caring for many and his family

Recall 3 year-old Manny, at the beginning of the chapter, who has & a seizure disorder. He receives his care in a mobile van sent to his community by the….

Describe the use of family- centered care principles in planning casey’s nursing care in collaboration with the family .

Think about Casey and his family from the beginning of the chapter. Case-(s family is coping with his initial survival of a serious brain injury, and facing a long rehabilitation….

create a family pedigree for Sarah based on the family information she has  provided, What does the pedigree  reveal, and what nursing  actions would you plan for Sarah?

Recall 17·year-old Sarah from the chapter opening scenario. While at the sports clinic for a routine physical, she questions the nurse about the likelihood that she will acquire Hunting10n disease…..