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This pocket guide is intended to facilitate care planning for nursing students, staff nurses in a variety of settings, clinical nurse specialists, and staff development instructors.
Intuitive organization and pocket-sized format gives nurses access to fast answers anywhere, in any care setting Nursing Diagnosis Handbook, Eleventh Edition, presents the current knowledge that nurses and nursing students need to develop superior individualized patient care plans. This convenient pocket guide has been expanded to include 25 new nursing diagnoses approved by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA International) for 2015-2017; to retire obsolete NANDA diagnoses; and to link to the latest Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) and Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) research-based outcomes and interventions. NANDA International, NOC, and NIC standardized terminology is generally used wherever appropriate. Reflecting key trends in the profession, it addresses family, community, and collaborative interventions, as well as gerontology and home care.
Table of Contents
Preface vi New to this Edition vi Features vi Reviewers x SECTION I: Introduction 1 Introduction 3 Background 3 Nursing Process in Relation to Nursing Diagnosis 3 Standards of Care in Relation to Nursing Diagnosis 4 Case Management and Critical Paths 4 Case Management 4 Critical Paths and Managed Care 5 Managed Care 5 Nursing Diagnosis Incorporated into Critical Path 5 Nursing Diagnosis Used to Name Variance 5 Components of Nursing Diagnosis Care Plans 6 Plans of Care (Section II) 6 Nursing Diagnosis 6 Definition 6 Defining Characteristics 6 Related Factors 7 Risk Factors 7 Suggestions for Use 7 Suggested Alternative Diagnoses 7 NOC Outcomes 7 Goals/Evaluation Criteria 8 NIC Interventions 9 Nursing Activities 9 Clinical Conditions Guide to Nursing Diagnoses and Collaborative Problems (Section III) 10 Nursing Diagnoses 11 Multidisciplinary (Collaborative) Problems 11 How to Create a Nursing Diagnosis Care Plan 12 Assessment 12 Diagnosis 13 NOC Outcomes 13 Goals/Evaluation Criteria 13 Nursing Interventions and Activities 14 Creating a Critical Path 14 Section II: Nursing Diagnoses With Outcomes and Interventions 17 Plans of Care in Alphabetical Order 19—969 Each plan of care contains the following information: Taxonomy number Definition Defining Characteristics Related Factors Risk Factors Suggestions for Use Suggested Alternative Diagnoses NOC Outcomes Goals/Evaluation Criteria (Examples of NOC and Other) NIC Interventions Nursing Activities (NIC and Other) SECTION III: Clinical Conditions Guide to Nursing Diagnoses and Collaborative Problems 971 Clinical Conditions Guide to Nursing Diagnoses and Collaborative Problems 973 Medical Conditions 974 Surgical Conditions 1009 Psychiatric Conditions 1023 Antepartum and Postpartum Conditions 1034 Newborn Conditions 1044 Pediatric Conditions 1056
Appendix A 2015—2017 NANDA International-Approved Diagnoses. Grouped by Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns 1074 Appendix B NANDA International-Approved Nursing Diagnoses (2015— 2017), Taxonomy II: Domains, Classes, and Diagnoses 1080 Appendix C Selected NANDA International Axis Descriptors 1090 Appendix D Multidisciplinary (Collaborative) Problems Associated With Diseases and Other Physiologic Disorders 1093 Appendix E Multidisciplinary (Collaborative) Problems Associated With Tests and Treatments 1103 Appendix F Multidisciplinary (Collaborative) Problems Associated With Surgical Treatments 1104 Credits 1106 Index 1107