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8) In a study on the review of the nursing diagnosis "Sedentary lifestyle" in hypertensive patients, the defining characteristics of "Choice of a daily routine without physical exercises" and "Lack of physical conditioning" were the main ones of this diagnosis, according to a conceptual analysis performed by the authors.
North Amencan Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA).
In a DCF-licensed facility, the nurse develops a nursing diagnosis and begins developing a nursing care plan based on the data collected.
The most common nursing diagnosis in the cardiovascular case were comfort status: pain, mobilization, fluid imbalance, and breathing pattern disturbance.
La NANDA (North American Nursing Diagnosis Association) (14), en su clasificacion de Diagnosticos de Enfermeria, define "riesgo de violencia dirigida a otros" como: "riesgo de conductas en que la persona demuestre que puede ser fisica, emocional o sexualmente lesiva para otros".
2005; Vale, 1999; Vieira & Rossi, 2000) and in order to plan and implement an overall nursing programme for the surgical newborn and their parents correctly and consistently, it is vital to start with a phase of careful analysis (data collection) and nursing diagnosis (identification of the human response to the health problem; their 'needs').
In November 2007, the American Nurses Association sent a letter to the American Medical Association stating in part that "pain is the most common nursing diagnosis in all delivery-of-care models and management of pain is within the purview of every professional registered nurse.
UN is a recognized nursing diagnosis and can be assessed, treated, and researched by nurses.
A nursing diagnosis for pain of RA may be: Pain, chronic, related to swollen, inflamed joints.
The RN is referred to as the Nurse/Educator which reinforces the importance of preventative health care through health education in addition to the clinical nursing assessments for planning, interventions and evaluation of a nursing diagnosis.
Benner's theory states that students with higher competency levels should be able to develop a nursing diagnosis and intervene faster based on the subtle cues of the simulated patient (Larew et al.
Assessment concludes with identifying specific problems which may be documented as nursing diagnoses (North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, 2005):

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