General Purpose: Clients do not injure yourself.
1. Clients can build a trusting relationship
- Introduce yourself to the client.
- Perform frequent interaction with patients with empathy.
- Listen to the patient's statement of patience and empathy to use more non-verbal language. For example: a touch, a nod.
- Note the patient talks and give responses according to her wishes.
- Speak with a low tone of voice, clear, concise, simple and easy to understand.
- Accept the patient is without comparing with others.
2. Clients can use adaptive coping
- Give encouragement to express his feelings and said that nurses understand what the patient feels.
- Ask the patient the usual way to overcome feeling sad / painful.
- Discuss with patients the benefits of coping used.
- With patients looking for alternatives coping.
- Encourage the patient to choose the most appropriate coping and acceptable.
- Encourage the patient to try to coping have been.
- Instruct the patient to try other alternatives in solving the problem.
3. Clients are protected from self injuring behavior
- Monitor carefully the risk of suicide / self-mutilation.
- Keep and store the tools that can be used for patients olch injure himself / others, in a safe and locked.
- Keep the tool material harm to the patient.
- Supervise and place the patient in a room that is easily monitored by peramat / officer.
4. Clients can increase self-esteem
- Help to understand that the client can overcome despair.
- Assess and internal sources mobilized individuals.
- Bantu identify sources of expectations (eg, interpersonal relationships, beliefs, things to be resolved).
5. Clients can use social support
- Assess and use individual external sources (those closest to the team of health care, support groups, religious affiliation).
- Assess support systems beliefs (values, past experiences, religious activities, religious beliefs).
- Make referrals as indicated (eg, counseling, religious leaders).
6. Clients can use the medication correctly and appropriately
- Discuss medications (name, frequency, effects and side effects of medication).
- Bantu using drugs with the principles of a true 5 (right patient, medication, method, time).
- Encourage talking about the effects and side effects are felt.
- Give positive reinforcement when using the drug properly.
Nursing Care Plan for Depression