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Observations are made of the campus healthcare consumer's general appearance and the nurse probes her or him closely to obtain a comprehensive health history in order to make a nursing diagnosis.
Problem Identification Processes and Outcomes Problem Identification Outcome RN Diagnosis Count and Type Improved functional status Identification of at Least One RN Improved functional status Diagnosis at Admission Identification of a Mobility-related Increased percent discharge to nursing Diagnosis home Problem Statistical Data Experimental Identification Test [*] N Source [+] Design [++] RN Diagnosis Count and Type Sig 150 MR No DO S Identification of at Least One RN Sig Diagnosis at Admission Identification of a Mobility-related Sig Diagnosis Problem Study Authors Identification (Date) RN Diagnosis Count and Type Harrell (1989) Identification of at Least One RN Diagnosis at Admission Identification of a Mobility-related Diagnosis
Decreased adaptive capacity, intracranial: A proposal for a nursing diagnosis.
Complete, accurate data provide the foundation for the other steps--for example, the usefulness and validity of the nursing diagnosis depend greatly upon the quality of the data collected in the assessment phase (Wilkinson, 1992:41).
The court noted that "an advanced registered nurse practictioner may perform acts of nursing diagnosis and nursing treatment of alterations of the health status.
Much of the awkwardness and the non-specificity of nursing diagnostic language is because of two (highly politically charged) phenomena: 1) nurses' insistence on using the term "diagnosis," which physicians strongly believe to be their sole province, and 2) physicians' insistence that, if they use this word, then no terms used in medical diagnosis may be used in nursing diagnosis.
This edition updates cases to reflect new practices; includes four new cases on Bell's palsy, glaucoma, renal calculi, and septic shock; and updates nursing diagnoses to reflect the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA) International's Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions and Classifications 2009-2011.
The reason nurses in North America decided to develop a standardised approach to nursing language and nursing diagnosis was because nurses' clinical judgement and decision-making was otherwise invisible.
This portable guide draws content from and is written by the authors of the Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: An Evidence-Based Guide to Planning Care, Ninth Edition, to give practicing nurses and students a concise guide to diagnosis and care planning information and guidelines.
Abstract: The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association has recognized unilateral neglect (UN) as a nursing diagnosis for more than 2 decades.
Menorah's Director of Nursing maintained that it was the nursing home's responsibility and that of its staff to provide residents with the appropriate observation, assessment, nursing diagnosis, planning, intervention, and evaluation of care.

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