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PRESENTER SR M.

TUIKUBULAU 01/08/2011

Learners Outcomes
Upon completion of this session, you should be able to: Define key terms. Identify the subjective and objective data that should be obtained when assessing the conditions affecting the Skin. Discuss the nursing care for the patient with common skin problems.

SUBJECTIVE DATA
Previous history of skin

disease (allergies, hives, psoriasis, eczema) Change in pigmentation Change in mole (size/color) Excessive dryness or moisture Pruritus Excessive bruising

Contd-S/D
Rash/Lesion Medications

Hair loss
Change in nails Environmental or

Occupational hazards Self care behaviors.

OBJECTIVE DATA
EQUIPMENT NEEDED Strong direct light Small centimeter ruler Penlight Gloves. Inspection and palpation Color Temperature Moisture Texture Edema Mobility and turgor Lesions

Common Skin Disorders


Causes Parasitic infestation Fungal -Pediculosis & scabies -Candidiasis, Tinea capitis(ringworm),Tinea corporis & t/cruris. -Impetigo, Folliculitis, Furuncles/Carbuncles, Erysipelas, Cellulites. V/D-:Warts, Herpes simplex, Herpes Zoster, Acne vulgaris,Dermatitis.

Bacterial/Viral infections Reactions to

substance(ext/int)

GROUP ACTIVITIES
Group-5/6 You are to select a disorder and write 2 -3 nursing diagnosis and n/implementation. You may also include collaborative care management. Patient/Family education to be included. PRESENTATION TIME: 3 MINS!!!!!!! SEE YOU AT 10:30am.

PARASITIC/PEDICULOSIS

Bacterial infection
Im carbuncle

FUNGAL INFECTION

BACTERIAL- Cellulitis

scabies