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Disordr/Intrvention3

Disorders and General Intervention Consideration for PEDS #3

DisordersSigns/SymptomsInterventionDefinition/Examples
Burns 1st degree: damage tissue, heal w/out scarring. 2nd degree: involve epidermis/parts of dermis, may scar. 3rd/4th degree: involves muscles, deep tissue damage. Positioning & Splinting Splint in functional position to initially aid in healing/later splint to increase function.
Burns 1st degree: damage tissue, heal w/out scarring. 2nd degree: involve epidermis/parts of dermis, may scar. 3rd/4th degree: involves muscles, deep tissue damage. ROM PROM and AROM techs are used to promote full ROM.
Burns 1st degree: damage tissue, heal w/out scarring. 2nd degree: involve epidermis/parts of dermis, may scar. 3rd/4th degree: involves muscles, deep tissue damage. Engagement in occupations Provides remediation, adaptation, and modification so child may participate in occupations.
Burns 1st degree: damage tissue, heal w/out scarring. 2nd degree: involve epidermis/parts of dermis, may scar. 3rd/4th degree: involves muscles, deep tissue damage. Social participation Helps child return to social situations.
Burns 1st degree: damage tissue, heal w/out scarring. 2nd degree: involve epidermis/parts of dermis, may scar. 3rd/4th degree: involves muscles, deep tissue damage. Scar tissue management Spinting, desensitization techs, and pressure garments are used to decrease scarring.
Burns 1st degree: damage tissue, heal w/out scarring. 2nd degree: involve epidermis/parts of dermis, may scar. 3rd/4th degree: involves muscles, deep tissue damage. Edema management Retrograde massage, gentle ranging, and elevation may help manage edema
Burns 1st degree: damage tissue, heal w/out scarring. 2nd degree: involve epidermis/parts of dermis, may scar. 3rd/4th degree: involves muscles, deep tissue damage. Self-concept Participation in occupations enables child to develop positive self-concept
Burns 1st degree: damage tissue, heal w/out scarring. 2nd degree: involve epidermis/parts of dermis, may scar. 3rd/4th degree: involves muscles, deep tissue damage. Psychological/emotional issues Provide a range of activities to help child work through emotional issues associated w/burns. Children who have burns may experience difficulty w/body image.
Childhood Obesity and Associated Juvenile Diabetes Frequent urination, profuse sweating, weight gain or loss. excessive or uncontrolled eating, Recurrent infections, excessive sugar in blood or urine, shortness of breath, poor endurance, painful hips/knee joints Education Consult with dietician or nutritionist and parents/caregivers to identify current diet. Reinforce proper diet/exercise through education of child/family.
Childhood Obesity and Associated Juvenile Diabetes Frequent urination, profuse sweating, weight gain or loss. excessive or uncontrolled eating, Recurrent infections, excessive sugar in blood or urine, shortness of breath, poor endurance, painful hips/knee joints Physical Activity Participation in activities such as biking, walking, dancing, swimming
Childhood Obesity and Associated Juvenile Diabetes Frequent urination, profuse sweating, weight gain or loss. excessive or uncontrolled eating, Recurrent infections, excessive sugar in blood or urine, shortness of breath, poor endurance, painful hips/knee joints Self-control Strategies to help child gain control of behaviors. May include decreasing tv/video time and increasing active physical activity time.
Childhood Obesity and Associated Juvenile Diabetes Frequent urination, profuse sweating, weight gain or loss. excessive or uncontrolled eating, Recurrent infections, excessive sugar in blood or urine, shortness of breath, poor endurance, painful hips/knee joints Self-esteem (obese child tend to experience low self esteem) Help child develop positive self-esteem through successful participation in activities.
Childhood Obesity and Associated Juvenile Diabetes Frequent urination, profuse sweating, weight gain or loss. excessive or uncontrolled eating, Recurrent infections, excessive sugar in blood or urine, shortness of breath, poor endurance, painful hips/knee joints Emotional/psychological issues Consult w/ other health care team professionals to best meet emotional/psychological needs of child. Help child feel sucessful through engagement in activities.
Childhood Obesity and Associated Juvenile Diabetes Frequent urination, profuse sweating, weight gain or loss. excessive or uncontrolled eating, Recurrent infections, excessive sugar in blood or urine, shortness of breath, poor endurance, painful hips/knee joints Behavior management (Identifies behaviors, develops a plan, w/positive reinforcers/follow-ups) Centered on increasing physical activity and controlling diet.
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