Nursing Diagnosis

Brittany Gunn
Slide Set by Brittany Gunn, updated more than 1 year ago
Brittany Gunn
Created by Brittany Gunn about 5 years ago


junior Nursing 101 Slide Set on Nursing Diagnosis, created by Brittany Gunn on 07/11/2015.

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    Nursing Diagnosis

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    Nursing Diagnosis
    A nursing diagnosis such as acute pain or nausea is a clinical judgment about individual, family, or community responses to actual and potential health problems or life processes that the nurse is licensed and competent to treat. What makes the nursing diagnostic process unique is having patients involved, when possible, in the process. North American Nursing Diagnosis Association International (NANDA-I) - group that researches and creates nursing diagnosis

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    PES format
    The PES format creates a diagnosis that is more patient specific. PES stands for Problem, Etiology, and SymptomsP (problem): NANDA-I label (ex. impaired physical mobility)E (etiology or related factor): (ex. incisional pain)S (symptoms or defining characteristics): briefly lists defining characteristics that show evidence of the health problem (ex. evidenced by restricted turning and positioning PES diagnostic statement: impaired physical mobility related to incisional pain, evidenced by restricted turning and positioning

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    Sources of Diagnostic Error
    Collecting lack of knowledge or skill inaccurate data missing data disorganization Interpreting inaccurate interpretation of cues failure to consider conflicting cues using an insufficient number of cues using unreliable or invalid cues failure to consider cultural influences or developmental stages Clustering  insufficient cluster of cues premature or early closure incorrect clustering  Labeling wrong diagnostic label selected  evidence that another diagnosis is more likely condition a collaborative problem failure to validate nursing diagnosis with patient failure to seek guidance

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    Nursing Diagnostic Process and Critical thinking
    Nursing Process - ongoing process Assessment  Diagnosis Planning Implementation  Evaluation  Knowledge - underlying disease process, normal growth and development, normal physiology and psychology, normal assessment findings, health promotion.Standards - ANA scope of Nursing Practice, intellectual standards of measurement, patient-centered careAttitudes - critical thinking (ex. perseverance, confidence)Experience - previous patient care experience, validation of assessment findings, observation of assessment techniques

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    Purpose of Planning
    ordering of nursing diagnoses helps nurses anticipate and sequence interventions  classification of priorities patient-centered care ethical care set time limits with goals  measurable criteria 

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    Goals of Care
    Patient-centered goal short term goal long term goal partner with patient  measurable and reasonalbe goals

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    Nursing Outcomes
    nursing sensitive patient outcome is a measurable patient, family, or community state behavior, or perception largely influenced by and sensitive to nursing interventions 

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    Domains of Nursing Practice
    the helping role the teaching-coaching function the diagnostic and patient monitoring function effective management of rapidly changing situations administering and monitoring therapeutic interventions and regimens  monitoring and ensuring the quality of health care practices  organizational and work role competencies 
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