Sids Teaching Care Plan

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List nursing diagnoses in priority order (in correct NANDA format) List all any additional information you would need (data gaps)
1 Knowledge deficit: SIDS r\t being first time parents aeb having questions and concerns regarding SIDS –OR-
Knowledge deficit: SIDS r\t unfamiliarity with information aeb verbalization of lack of understanding. 1 What is SIDS-What does the family know about SIDS
How it affects infants
Risk Factors of SIDS
2 Knowledge deficit: SIDS Prevention r\t being first time parents aeb having questions and concerns regarding SIDS Prevention. 2 SIDS Prevention
3 Knowledge deficit: Crib Safety r\t being first time parents aeb having questions and concerns regarding Crib Safety. 3 Ways to identify what and how a Crib is considered safe to use with infants

Priority nursing diagnosis: 1 Knowledge deficit: SIDS r\t being first time parents aeb having questions and concerns regarding SIDS. -OR-
Knowledge deficit: SIDS r\t unfamiliarity with information aeb verbalization of lack of understanding.
Client’s long term goal: The patient and family will have the knowledge base needed to make informed decisions regarding the care of their newborn to prevent SIDS.

Desired Short-term Goals Plans/Interventions Rationale (with citations) Planned / Actual Evaluation of STG
1 The patient will:
A Learn the definition of SIDS

B Learn how SIDS affects infants

C Understand the risk factors of SIDS The nurse will:
A Teach the family the definition of SIDS: SIDS or, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is defined as an unexplained and unexpected death on an infant before the age of one year. Upon postmortem investigation, no plausible cause is found. (Hockenberry & Wilson, 2009) pg. 401

B Teach the family that SIDS has no signs or symptoms. It affects boys more than girls. Parents usually find their infant unresponsive and not breathing tangled
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