Nursing Diagnosis Manual

Un libro in lingua di Doenges Marilynn E. Moorhouse Mary Frances Murr Alice C. edito da F a Davis Co, 2010

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This manual is designed to aid the student nurse and practitioner in identifying interventions commonly associated with specific nursing diagnoses as proposed by NANDA International (NANDA-I). The process described relies on concept mapping to create and document the plan of care. Brief early chapters overview the nursing process and introduce the concept of evidence-based practice. This section reviews standardized nursing languages such as NANDA-I and NOC. The book then presents a creative approach for developing and documenting the planning of care, using concept mapping. Chapter Five lists all nursing diagnoses alphabetically following NANDA-I's sequencing. Readers can combine that resource with a list of entries on about 800 diseases and disorders listed alphabetically and coded by specialty area. These entries contain fact boxes, definitions, and characteristics, and information on desired outcomes, evaluation criteria, and actions and interventions. There are also action steps for specific nursing priorities and suggestions for documentation. Each entry includes references. A companion web site offers interactive assessment tools, a care plan template form, and concept mapping tools. The book can be used in various settings, from acute care to community and home care. Doenges is retired from the faculty of Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, CU-Springs. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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