|Manual of Nursing Diagnosis by Marjory Gordon (2002, Paperback, Revised) : Marjory Gordon (2002)|
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|MANUAL OF NURSING DIAGNOSIS, Ninth Edition, contains the evolving diagnostic language of professional nursing and includes all of the new and revised diagnoses from the fourteenth North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA) conference. The Manual presents the nursing diagnosis taxonomy under the framework of Functional Health Patterns, created by Marjory Gordon. It provides a quick, pocket reference for students and practitioners to access nursing diagnoses and covers definitions, defining characteristics, and (when applicable) etiological or related factors for every NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses, as well as additional diagnoses developed by the author. It is organized into five parts: (I) Functional Health Patterns Typology, (II) Functional Health Patterns Assessment Guidelines, (III) Use of Diagnostic Categories in Clinical Practice, (IV) Documentation: Format and Example, and (V) Diagnostic Categories.|
Organized to meet the needs of both beginner and expert diagnosticians. This text contains all major Diagnoses listed by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA). These are standard diagnoses that are meant to create a standard plan of care for patients with any range of ailments. Sample admission assessment guides are included for the family, community, and individual (adults, infants, young children, and critical care clients). Also included are sections on how diagnoses can be used to guide questions and observations beyond the basic assessment and how to use diagnostic categories in other clinical activities.
THE MANUAL OF NURSING DIAGNOSIS, 10TH EDITION, provides a quick, pocket reference for students and practitioners to access all 2001-2002 NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses. Definition, defining characteristics, and (when applicable) etiological or related factors for every nursing diagnosis are covered, as well as additional diagnoses developed by the author.
|Number Of Pages||620 pages|
|Publisher||Elsevier - Health Sciences Division|
|Table Of Content|
|Table Of Content||Functional Health Patterns Typology Use of Diagnostic Categories in Clinical Practice Documentation: Format and Example Diagnostic Categories|