Nursing diagnosis

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  • Community Diagnosis In Nursing

    CONCEPT 5: COMMUNITY DIAGNOSIS This concept is taken from module 5 of block 2 entitled “introduction to public health nursing” 5.1 Significance of the Concept This concept “community diagnosis is very important because it helps to find the common problems or diseases, which are troublesome to the people and are easily preventable in the community, it is a tool to disclose hidden problems that are not visible to the community people but are being affected by them, it helps to impart knowledge and attitudes to turnover people’s problems towards the height of solution. Community diagnosis can be a pioneer step for betterment of rural community health. It helps to access the group of underprivileged people who are unable to use the available facilities…

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  • My Nursing Diagnosis Of A Community

    In the beginning I thought that this may be a hard project, but I have since begun to see the community from a different perspective. My first diagnosis for the community is; Ineffective coping, related to increase of poverty/lack of education secondary to loss of jobs and inability to pay for food and housing. Interventions: Find ways for the community to get together and learn how to deal with their problems and make change for each individual for the betterment of the whole community, have…

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  • Examples Of Nursing Diagnosis Impaired Social Interaction

    Nursing Diagnosis The diagnosis, impaired social interaction related to limited social interaction as evidences by always being at home with their mother, was chosen because it would help the children to further their social skills. Currently, children spend most of their time at home during the week with their mother. For some children, this is something that causes them to have lower social skills due to being exposed to fewer people. Throughout it as apparent that this was a factor for these…

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  • Nursing: The Nursing Process Of Nursing Interventions

    “The nursing process is a systematic method that directs the nurse” through various steps in caring for patients (Taylor, 2011). The nursing process has five parts consisting of assessment, analysis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. These parts are not always as separate as they may seem. Sometimes some of the various parts are done simultaneously. All the parts work as a unit to strive to bring the patient to the healthiest state for that patient. The nursing process is based on a…

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  • Chronic Confusion, Orem's Theory Of Self-Care System

    This paper goes in depth about the topic of confusion. It first starts off by defining what chronic confusion is. It also explains the differences between acute and chronic confusion. It briefly goes into explaining why nursing theory is important in the health care system. Another topic mentioned in this paper is, Orem’s theory of self-care deficit. This theory is explained and related to chronic confusion. Lastly this paper relates how chronic confusion effects daily living. Chronic…

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  • Annotated Bibliography On Oppositional Defiant Disorder

    Article Assessment- Oppositional Defiant Disorder Kathryn Ervin Appalachian State University Overview of ODD ODD is a pattern of behaviors; angry/irritable mood, argumentative/defiant behavior, and vindictiveness. The symptoms have to be distressing in areas of social functioning to themselves and others, and cause significant problems in all areas such as school, work, home. The symptoms must be present among at least one person that is not a sibling. The behaviors have…

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  • Hairspray Case Study

    acknowledging that the situation could have caused these responses. Rather than recognizing that an external factor such as Isaac 's own core beliefs or her parents’ lack of knowledge caused the abandonment, Tracy 's core beliefs led her to think that she was the problem. Diagnosing Tracy with a mental health problem creates the potential for her to locate the issues inside of herself making her feel more hopeless about the situation she is in. The unreliability of the diagnosis criteria was…

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  • Ptsd Screening Test

    When a person experiences a traumatic event, their brain changes. An intense fear reaction can create neurological pathways in the brain that remain there for years after the event occurs. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder can change a person by making them hyper-vigilant, irritable, fearful, and many other symptoms of PTSD. These are the criteria that needs to be met and they screening tests used to diagnose someone with PTSD. The criteria to be diagnosed with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder is…

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  • Neurofibromatosis Type 1: A Case Study

    Diagnosis of Neurofibromatosis type 1 is based mainly on clinical findings which meet the diagnostic criteria for Neurofibromatosis 1 which was developed by the National Institutes of Health. Since Neurofibromatosis 1 is caused by heterozygous pathogenic modifications in NF1, molecular testing is rarely needed for diagnosis, and is only useful for certain individuals. The diagnostic criteria for Neurofibromatosis 1 is: 1 they must have six or more café-au-lait macules which are, for prepubescent…

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  • Free Narrative Essays: Why Is Ethan Blue?

    answer. At six months old Ethan was diagnosed with dextro-transposition of the two great arteries with ventricular septal defect; however, it was determined he had been born with these. Upon Ethan being diagnosed Val did not feel any type of relief. She felt angry because of the unnecessarily late diagnosis. While Val was telling me the story of Ethan’s diagnosis I noticed that she was very discriminated against because of her age. The doctors assumed that because she was 16 she didn’t know…

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