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Nursing Diagnosis Handbook With NIC Interventions and NOC Outcomes

Nursing Diagnosis Handbook With NIC Interventions and NOC Outcomes - 8th edition

Nursing Diagnosis Handbook With NIC Interventions and NOC Outcomes - 8th edition

ISBN13: 9780130493675

ISBN10: 0130493678

Nursing Diagnosis Handbook With NIC Interventions and NOC Outcomes by Judith Wilkinson - ISBN 9780130493675
Edition: 8TH 05
Copyright: 2005
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Published:
International: No
Nursing Diagnosis Handbook With NIC Interventions and NOC Outcomes by Judith Wilkinson - ISBN 9780130493675

ISBN13: 9780130493675

ISBN10: 0130493678

Edition: 8TH 05

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Summary

For all undergraduate- and graduate-level courses across the Nursing curriculum, especially clinical courses.

This easy-to-use guide gives students instant access to information needed to write thorough, individualized care plans based on the most recent NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses. Nursing Interventions Classifications (NIC) and Nursing Outcome Classifications (NOC) are incorporated throughout. The guide presents diagnoses associated with medical, surgical, psychiatric, perinatal, and pediatric patient populations. Each Plan of Care includes: definition of nursing diagnosis, defining characteristics, related factors, suggestions for use, suggested alternative diagnoses, expected outcomes and evaluation criteria, NIC/NOC taxonomy, and suggested nursing actions.

Features

  • Clinical Conditions Guide to Nursing Diagnosis--Incorporates collaborative problems-possible outcomes associated with specific medical conditions that require further attention.
    • Assists students in using nursing diagnoses with patients who have multiple medical problems.
  • Suggestions for Use section for each diagnosis-- Clarifies the nursing diagnosis label and offers advice as to their best use.
    • Guides students to a better understanding of the nursing diagnosis and gives them confidence in their care planning activities.
  • A convenient two-part organization--Provides a nursing care plan section and a clinical conditions section with suggested nursing diagnoses.
    • Allows students to begin the care-planning process with either a medical condition or a nursing diagnosis.
  • Thorough cross-referencing of related diagnoses.
    • Allows students to reference all the possible diagnoses and select the most appropriate one.
  • Assessment, Teaching, and Collaborative Nursing Activities.
    • Aids instructors in locating a particular activity and helps assure that students consider each type of activity.
  • Flexible--Allows nurses to select specific content according the patient's condition and situation.
    • Gives students related factors or risk factors that make it easy to individualize the care plan.
  • Critical Paths--Contains an up-to-date discussion of and a format for a multidisciplinary care plan.
    • Provides students with options for care planning.
  • Tear-out Care Planning Checklist.
  • Provides students with assistance in evaluating the finished care plan for completeness and suitability.
  • Comprehensive appendices.
    • Gives students an excellent future reference resource.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. Introduction.

Background. Nursing Process in Relation to Nursing Diagnosis. Standards of Care in Relation to Nursing Diagnosis. Case Management and Critical Paths.

2. Components of Nursing Diagnosis Care Plans.

Plans of Care. Clinical Conditions Guide to Nursing Diagnoses and Collaborative Problems.

3. How to Create A Nursing Diagnosis Care Plan.

Assessment. Diagnosis. NOC Suggested Outcomes. Goal Statements/Evaluation Criteria. Nursing Interventions and Activities. Creating a Critical Path.

4. Plans of Care in Alphabetical Order. (Each Plan of Care contains the following information:)

Taxonomy number. Definition. Defining Characteristics. Related Factors. Risk Factors. Suggestions for Use. Suggested Alternative Diagnosis. NOC Suggested Outcomes. Goals/Evaluation Criteria (Examples of NOC and Other). NIC Priority Interventions. Nursing Activities (NIC and Other).

5. Clinical Conditions Guide to Nursing Diagnoses.

Medical Conditions. Surgical Conditions. Psychiatric Conditions. Antepartum and Postpartum Conditions. Newborn Conditions. Pediatric Conditions.

Bibliography.

Appendix A: 2003-2004 NANDA-Approved Nursing Diagnoses Organized by Gordon's Functional Health Patterns.
Appendix B: NANDA-Approved Nurses Diagnoses (2003-2004), Taxonomy II.
Appendix C: Diagnosis Descriptors, Axis 2 & Axis 6 (NANDA).
Appendix D: Multidisciplinary (Collaborative) Problems Associated with Diseases and Other Physiologic Disorders.
Appendix E: Multidisciplinary (Collaborative) Problems Associated with Tests and Treatments.
Appendix F: Multidisciplinary (Collaborative) Problems Associated with Surgical Treatments.
Appendix G: Nursing Diagnoses Accepted for Further Development, Level 1.4 (NANDA).

Index.