Nursing Diagnosis: Application to Clinical Practice

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Lynda Juall Carpenito-Moyet
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006 - Medical - 1002 pages
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The newly revised Eleventh Edition of this best-selling handbook is an easy-to-carry, accessible guide to the latest NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses. Section 1 contains all nursing diagnoses, including definitions, characteristics, related factors, outcomes, and interventions. Section 2 contains Diagnostic Clusters with a collaborative focus. Features include Author's Notes, key concepts, interventions with rationales, focus assessment criteria, and outcome criteria. This edition includes listings of associated NIC (Nursing Interventions Classifications) and NOC (Nursing Outcomes Classifications) for every NANDA diagnosis. New diagnoses added and modified in accordance with the latest NANDA meeting are in an appendix for easy access.
 

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Contents

NonNANDAApproved Diagnoses
14
Diagnosis
36
Multidisciplinary Care Planning
49
Ten Steps to Putting It All Together
64
Create Your Initial Care Plan
65
Nurse Practitioners Nurse Anesthetists and Nurse Midwives Do Not Need Nursing Diagnoses
71
S E C T 0 N T W 0
77
Related to Insufficient Knowledge of Adaptive Techniques Needed Secondary to COPD
86
More Than Body Requirements
528
Parental Role Conflict
542
PostTrauma Syndrome
555
Powerlessness
569
Skin Integrity Impaired
584
Relocation Stress Syndrome
597
Care Facility
604
Related to Allergic Response
615

Related to Bed Rest Deconditioning
92
Postoperative AlterationsSensations
107
Hyperthermia
116
Related to Newborn Transition to Extrauterine Environment
123
Ineffective Breastfeeding
129
Interrupted Breastfeeding
135
Impaired Comfort
147
Acute Pain
154
Chronic Pain
166
Impaired Communication
173
Related to Effects of Hearing Loss
180
Impaired Verbal Communication
186
Chronic Confusion
196
Constipation
202
Related to Effects of Immobility on Peristalsis
210
Defensive Coping
223
Disabled Family Coping
232
Related to Specify as Evidenced by Child AbuseNeglect
243
Readiness for Enhanced Family Coping
249
Decisional Conflict
259
Diarrhea
266
Deficient Diversional Activity
279
Risk for Dysreflexia
288
Alcoholism
301
Fear
314
Deficient Fluid Volume
321
Related to Abnormal Fluid Loss
327
Risk for Imbalanced Fluid Volume
334
Grieving Dysfunctional
347
Growth Risk for Disproportionate
359
Expenditure for Intake
377
Impaired Home Maintenance
387
Infant Behavior Risk for Disorganized
408
Related to Lack of Knowledge of Reducing the Risk of Transmitting the AIDS Virus
426
Related to Lack of Awareness of Environmental Hazards Secondary to Maturational Age
442
Deficient Knowledge
458
Therapeutic Regimen Management Ineffective
473
Impaired Bed Mobility
492
Related to Anorexia Secondary to Specify
514
Dysfunctional Ventilatory Weaning Response Risk for
625
Impaired Gas Exchange
632
BathingHygiene SelfCare Deficit
643
Instrumental SelfCare Deficit
650
Body Image Disturbed
662
Chronic Low SelfEsteem
669
Situational Low SelfEsteem Risk for
675
Risk for SelfMutilation
690
Sexuality Patterns Ineffective
701
Related to Prenatal and Postpartum Changes
712
Disturbed Sleep Pattern
718
Sleep Deprivation
725
Social Isolation
734
Spiritual Distress Risk for
752
Risk for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
758
Memory Impaired
772
Tissue Perfusion Ineffective Peripheral 777
783
Maturational Enuresis
793
Reflex Incontinence 800
802
Violence Risk for
814
Wandering
822
CardiacVascular
828
Hypovolemia
834
Atelectasis Pneumonia
842
HypoHyperglycemia
848
Sepsis
859
Thrombocytopenia
866
Acute Urinary Retention
872
NeurologicSensory
879
Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome
885
GastrointestinalHepaticBiliary
889
Prenatal Bleeding
902
Adrenocorticosteroid Therapy Adverse Effects
915
Calcium Channel Blocker Therapy Adverse Effects 929
928
Infant Behavior Disorganized 401
934
Index
969
Oral Mucous Membrane Impaired 589
990
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