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Give oxygen in low concentration 9. Give oxygen by mask 10. Oxygen tent 11. Oxygen by nasal catheter 12. Give steam inhalation 13. Give artificial ventilation 14. Teach breathing exercises 15. Give postural drainage 16. 2 Continued Nursing actions Part 1 Breathing (continued) 17. Provide sputum container 18. Provide tissues 19. Provide disposal bag Part 2 Eating and Drinking 1. Provide normal diet 2. Provide light diet 3. Provide fluid diet 4. Assist with eating: cut up food 5. Assist with actual feeding 6.
May be dependent on others for provision • For realisation of potential Limited to achieving survival without a fixed abode • For elimination Uses public conveniences • For shelter Provides makeshift shelter or uses hostels if and when available. Does not select or buy own clothes but obtains them from charities or as rejects from others • For exercise Walks every day in his efforts to gain food and shelter • For sleep/rest Usually does not enjoy a warm secure bedroom, may sleep outdoors or in a dormitory/hostel room SELF-FULFILMENT NEEDS PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS 13.
Dressing suitably ,f 9. Avoiding dangers and injury ,f 10. Communication ,f ,f 11. Worship 12. Work ,f 13. / 14. Learning to satiSfy curiosity ,f BREATHING 57 You now know that Mr Jones' temperament, social setting and disease process have a particular effect on his ability to meet his physiological, security, self-fulfilment and achievement needs. From this information you can develop a problem-solving approach to care. SELECTING NURSING ACTIONS TO ASSIST A PATIENT WITH DIFFICULTY IN BREATHING The main problem being discussed in this chapter is difficulty in breathing.