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3 years down the line showed a history of Seth losing weight, developing persistent fever that lasted for over a month, oral thrush, plus developing generalized lymphadenopathy (Kathy & Stolley 2009, p. 34).
Seth became screened for HIV when he was 11 years and found to be serologically reactive. His parents due to their religious and cultural beliefs had difficulties in accepting the status of their child plus he was their only son. The parents were emotional depressed, following Seth diagnosis and found no happiness in seeing him go through the sickness. Seth had in the recent week been started on Septrin in an attempt to reduce recurrences of bacterial infections. Later, Seth developed an allergic rash all over his body to the medication and his parents brought him to the hospital.
On admission, Seth remained sick looking, depressed and withdrawn. The nurse in charge that knew his condition took control of the situation by warmly welcoming the parents and inviting them to a private room. A physical examination became done and found out that she had high temperatures of 38. 2 degrees Celsius. His mother also added in Seth’s history that the boy had difficulties in sleeping due to the high temperatures thereby improvising to sleeping on wet towels in order to control his body temperature. In addition, the nurse explained to the parents the importance of a CD4 count test. Later a test became done and found the boy’s CD4 count to be 300 cells per microliters (Kathy & Stolley 2009, p. 34).
Seth became hospitalized in the paediatric ward in order to manage her allergic rash following Septrin use. The nurse admitted the patient and later took the child and a room where his parent’s would constantly visit him. In addition, his room was self sufficient and had television to keep him entertained when his parent’s were working. Through guidance
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