Pulmonary Tuberculosis

It is standed out performance of Florence Nightingale for elaborating practical of control epidemiologist in the prevention and control of the infectious illnesses. They had been implemented, already at this time, the procedures of asepsis, antissepsia, disinfection, sterilization and antibioticoterapia; procedures such that they last until the current days. The comment and attention to the emotional state of the human being, the relations interpersonal, the comfort and well-being and the conditions offered for the environment are component essential for the recovery and promotion of the individual that requires cares of health. Factors as fear, pain, procedures, individuality, lack of privacy and lack of dialogue are example of negative interpersonal relations that intervene with the energy and deplete the individual giving sensation of solitude and mutilation. According to ROZARIO et. Al. (2005), ambient factors as the treatment in adjusted, calm, clean and cool place they are factors that positively stimulate the promotion and recovery of the health.

The comfort and well-being must always be prioritized by the team that gives the cares of health. According to BOCK et. Al. (2009), light, heat, calm and the adjusted choice and administration of the diet also understand factors that imply directly in the health of the individual. The authors explain that Nightingale gave the physical environment for exerting critical influence in the balance of the organism. 9. Process of Nursing in the Treatment of the Pulmonary Tuberculosis the Systematization of the Assistance of Enfermagem (SAE) 9.1.

Description According to SMELTZER et. Al. (2009), it is important to make a survey of the complete history of the individual acometido with TB, as well as the physical examination. To observe manifestations of fever, anorexy, nocturnal loss of weight, sudorese, fatigue, cough and production of escarro. To evaluate the respiratory pulmes and sounds and to palpar linfonodos. 9.2. Diagnosis of Nursing HISSES et. Al. (2007) it standes out the following disgnostic through the clinical manifestations of the patient: Inefficacious respiratory standard? Nutrition modified related to the ingestion below of the corporal necessities? Deficit of the knowledge related to the lack of orientation concerning the illness?