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The Thirteenth Edition of Nursing Diagnosis: Application to Clinical Practice is a classic text that is revised to incorporate the 2009/2011 NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses, offer definitive guidance on key elements of nursing diagnosis and its application to clinical practice. Section One thoroughly explains the role of nursing diagnosis in the nursing process and in care planning. Section Two, a comprehensive A-to-Z guide to current nursing diagnoses, has been reorganized into four parts: Individual Nursing Diagnoses, Family/Home Nursing Diagnoses, Community Nursing Diagnoses, and Health Promotion/Wellness Nursing Diagnoses. Section Three focuses on collaborative problems. Nursing Interventions Classifications (NIC) and Nursing Outcomes Classifications (NOC) are listed for every NANDA diagnosis. An appendix shows current NANDA diagnoses grouped under functional health patterns.
Table of Contents
Ch. 1 Nursing Diagnoses: Issues and Controversies Ch. 2 Development of Nursing Diagnosis Ch. 3 Types and Components of Nursing Diagnoses Ch. 4 Nursing Diagnosis: What It Is, What It Is Not Ch. 5 Planning Care With Nursing Diagnosis Ch. 6 Ten Steps to Putting It All Together SECTION 2 Manual of Nursing Diagnoses Introduction Part 1 INDIVIDUAL NURSING DIAGNOSES Activity Intolerance Related to Insufficient Knowledge of Adaptive Techniques Needed Secondary to COPD Related to Insufficient Knowledge of Adaptive Techniques Needed Secondary to COPD Activity Intolerance Related to Insufficient Knowledge of Adaptive Techniques Needed Secondary to Impaired Cardiac Function Activity Planning, Ineffective Impaired Adjustment Anxiety Death Anxiety Bleeding , Risk for Body Temperature, Risk for Imbalanced Hyperthermia Hypothermia Ineffective Thermoregulation Related to Newborn Transition to Extrauterine Environment Blood Glucose, Risk for Unstable Bowel Incontinence Ineffective Breast-feeding Interrupted Breast-feeding Decreased Cardiac Output Caregiver Role Strain Caregiver Role Strain, Risk for Impaired Comfort Acute Pain Chronic Pain Nausea Impaired Communication Related to Effects of Hearing Loss Impaired Communication Related to Effects of Aphasia on Expression or Interpretation Impaired Communication Related to Foreign Language Barrier Impaired Verbal Communication Confusion Acute Confusion Chronic Confusion Constipation Related to Effects of Immobility on Peristalsis Perceived Constipation Contamination: Individual Contamination: Individual, Risk for Ineffective Coping Defensive Coping Ineffective Denial Related to Impaired Ability to Accept Consequences of Own Behavior by Lack of Acknowledgment of Substance Abuse/Dependency Decisional Conflict Diarrhea Disuse Syndrome Deficient Diversional Activity Dysreflexia, Autonomic Autonomic Dysreflexia, Risk for Electrolyte Imbalance, Risk for Energy Field Disturbance Fatigue Fear Deficient Fluid Volume Excess Fluid Volume Risk for Imbalanced Fluid Volume Gastrointestinal Motility, Dysfunctional Gastrointestinal Motility, Risk for Dysfunctional Grieving Anticipatory Grieving Complicated Grieving Growth and Development, Delayed Development, Risk for Delayed Growth, Risk for Disproportionate Adult Failure to Thrive Hopelessness Human Dignity, Risk for Compromised Infant Behavior, Disorganized Infant Behavior, Risk for Disorganized Infection, Risk for Infection Transmission Related to Lack of Knowledge of Reducing the Risk of Transmitting HIV Injury, Risk for Related to Lack of Awareness of Environmental Hazards Injury, Risk for Related to Lack of Awareness of Environmental Hazards Secondary to Maturational Age Injury, Risk for Related to Vertigo Secondary to Orthostatic Hypotension Aspiration, Risk for Falls, Risk for Poisoning, Risk for Suffocation, Risk for Trauma, Risk for 1 Perioperative Positioning Injury, Risk for Abbreviated Table of Contents