1. Risk for infection related to infection of the host and agent.
- Vulnerable children do not experience the disease.
- Infection does not spread.
- Child showed no evidence of complications such as infection and dehydration.
1. Identification of high-risk children.
Rationale: ensure children avoid exposure
2. Do a referral to a public health nurse if necessary.
Rationale: to ensure proper procedures at home.
3. Monitor temperature.
Rational: the increase in body temperature that is not expected to indicate the presence of infection.
4. Maintain good body hygiene.
Rational: to reduce the risk of secondary infection of the lesions.
5. Give a little water uptake but often child or favorite drink as well as delicate or soft foods.
Rationale: To ensure adequate hydration, a lot of children who suffered from anorexia during illness.
2. Acute pain related to skin lesions, malaise
Skin and mucous membranes clean and free from irritation.
Children show evidence of a minimum of discomfort.
1. Use cold dew vaporiser, gargle mouthwash, and lozenges.
Rational: to keep mucous membranes moist.
2. Clean the eye with physiological saline.
Rational: to eliminate secretions or leprosy
3. Keep the kids cool.
Rationale: because the air is too hot can increase itching.
4. Give a cool bath and lotions such as calamine give
Rational: to reduce itching.
5. Give analgesic, antipyretic and antipruritic according to the needs and conditions.
Rational: to reduce pain, lower body temperature, and reduce itching.