Clinical Applications of Nursing Diagnosis: Adult, Child, by Helen C. Cox RN C EdD FAAN, Mittie D. Hinz MSN MBA, Susan

By Helen C. Cox RN C EdD FAAN, Mittie D. Hinz MSN MBA, Susan A. Newfield PhD RN PMHCNS-BC, Donna Scott-Tilley PhD RN CNE

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There are essentially only three judgments that can be made: 1. Resolved 2. Revise 3. Continue Resolved means that the evaluative data indicate the health-care problem reflected in the nursing diagnosis and its accompanying expected outcome no longer exist; that is, the expected outcome has been met. ” To illustrate, let us return to Mr. Kit. First, the nurse reviews the chart. She finds that Mr. Kit requested pain medication every three to four hours for the first 18 hours after surgery. The nurses taught Mr.

One way to establish priorities is to simply ask the patient which problem he or she would like to pay attention to first. Another way to establish priorities is to analyze the relationships between problems. For example, a patient has been admitted with a medical diagnosis of headaches and possible brain tumor. The patient exhibits the defining characteristics of both Pain and Anxiety. In this instance, we might want to implement nursing actions to reduce anxiety, knowing that if the anxiety is not reduced, pain control actions will not be successful.

Resolved 2. Revise 3. Continue Resolved means that the evaluative data indicate the health-care problem reflected in the nursing diagnosis and its accompanying expected outcome no longer exist; that is, the expected outcome has been met. ” To illustrate, let us return to Mr. Kit. First, the nurse reviews the chart. She finds that Mr. Kit requested pain medication every three to four hours for the first 18 hours after surgery. The nurses taught Mr. Kit relaxation exercises and turned him, positioned him, and gave him a back rub immediately after the administration of each analgesic.

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