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    can somebody help.
    how can i apply 2 jean watson's caritas in this situation.

    Mrs. Karry is 55 year old white woman who had her total knee replacement 2 days ago.
    She also had a total hip replacement 3 year ago. She had a hard time with last surgery, as
    incision took a long time to heal properly. Both of her surgeries were due to the result of
    Rhematoid arthritis. She had deformities in her hand and foot due to Rheumatoid arthritis. Mrs.
    Karry has a history of hypertension, diabetes on metmorphin and remote smoking history. She had been diabetic for several years; however she had limited knowledge and understanding of diabetes. She is doing well with her current knee surgery, but she is worried about the incision and shows her concern that it might also take a long to heal. Due to this reason she is unable to cooperate with the physiotherapist with fear that more movement might delay wound healing. She stopped her education after grade 10. She had two daughters settled in U.S and one son who moved out after marriage. She is very attached to her grandson and wanted to visit him on his 6th birthday. She is living with her husband who is doing full time 12 hour shift job. According to Mrs. Karry, her husband is supportive but sometimes gets frustrated when she is not able to do simple households chores during flare-ups of her Rheumatoid arthritis. She gets tearful and said he no longer loves her anymore. She expresses great concern over healing of her incision wound and is worried about her care at home. She believes that due to her deformities people do not respect her anymore and she no longer has social recognition and usefulness.

    thanks

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    hello everybody,

    I was reading about jean watson... he made great caritas to apply in nursing practice...


    i was reading a case study as follows:


    Mrs. Karry is 55 year old obese white woman who had her total knee replacement 2 days ago.
    She also had a total hip replacement 3 year ago. She had a hard time with last surgery, as
    incision took a long time to heal properly. Both of her surgeries were due to the result of
    Rhematoid arthritis. She had deformities in her hand and foot due to Rheumatoid arthritis. Mrs.
    Karry has a history of hypertension, diabetes on metmorphin and remote smoking history. She had been diabetic for several years; however she had limited knowledge and understanding of diabetes. She is doing well with her current knee surgery, but she is worried about the incision and shows her concern that it might also take a long to heal. Due to this reason she is unable to cooperate with the physiotherapist with fear that more movement might delay wound healing. She stopped her education after grade 10. She had two daughters settled in U.S and one son who moved out after marriage. She is very attached to her grandson and wanted to visit him on his 6th birthday. She is living with her husband who is doing full time 12 hour shift job. According to Mrs. Karry, her husband is supportive but sometimes gets frustrated when she is not able to do simple households chores during flare-ups of her Rheumatoid arthritis. She gets tearful and said he no longer loves her anymore. She expresses great concern over healing of her incision wound and is worried about her care at home. She believes that due to her deformities people do not respect her anymore and she no longer has social recognition and usefulness.

    if you have to apply her two caritas , how would you apply her two caritas cased on above situation...

    if anyone can help me in this



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