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We have now covered the assessment part of the nursing process. Now we will study the second part which is the ...
Diagnosis, the second part of the nursing process.
there are basic needs, there is what we must have to maintain ...
the lecure spoke about problems and Etiology. what is this about?
tells what needs are unmet

what is the cause of the problems
the nursing diagnosis does. . .
defines the nursing needs of the patient

says what the problem is , the cause, and the symptoms.
Medical Diagnosis does what?
identifies a disease

is exclusive domain of doctors
Purpose of Nusring Diagnosis is?
allows the nurse to:

analysis the data
identify any health problems
the nursing diagnosis provides direction for the nursing care plan. It can be developed for:
Nursing diagnosis came around in the 80s. what is its evolution?
early nursing was centered around disease / medical models

nursing diagnosises were first mentioned in the 50s. Came up again in the 60s & 70s.
nursing diagnosis 1973 b/c part of the ...
ANA standards of practice.

in 1980 ANA defined nursing using the term diagnosis
nursing diagnosis considers needs & data collected about???
what would be a procedure to come up with a nursing diagnosis?
collect data form all sources (the assessment part)
validate & confirm
Identify errors/discrepancies
look for patterns, clusters, trends
formulate a statement
the nursing diagnosis describes:
the patients potential or actual response to a health problem that the nurse is liscenced and competent to treat
NANDA format: 3 parts:
problem statement
related factors: cause/etiology
manifestations (s/sx)
this format provides direction for choosing application/interventions.

The 3 part starts w/ problem statement. what is the actual problem:
describes problem patient is experiencing at present
has 3 parts
Ex. altered skin integrity
r/b bed rest m/b small open area on coccyx.
so there is actual problem. then there is the potential problem. this is what may occur d/t risk factors. has 2 parts:
the problem
the related factors
no manifestations...why? it hasn't happened yet.
Ex. at risk for altered skin integrtiy r/t bedrest and incontinence