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NANDA International nursing diagnoses : definitions & classification 2018-2020

  • Herdman, T. Heather , Kamitsuru, Shigemi
  • Thieme
  • 2018
NANDA International nursing diagnoses : definitions & classification 2018-2020

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번호 소장처 청구기호 도서상태 반납예정일 신청/예약
1 연세의학도서관/3층 구관/18서가 4열 610.73 N864n2018 대출중 20201102

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Fully updated and revised by authors T. Heather Herdman, PhD, RN, FNI, and Shigemi Kamitsuru, PhD, RN, FNI, Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions and Classification 2018-2020, Eleventh Edition is the definitive guide to nursing diagnoses, as reviewed and approved by NANDA International (NANDA-I). In this new edition of a seminal text, the authors have written all introductory chapters at an undergraduate nursing level, providing the critical information needed for nurses to understand assessment, its link to diagnosis and clinical reasoning, and the purpose and use of taxonomic structure for the nurse at the bedside.

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Part 1 The NANDA International Terminology – Organization and General Information
1 Introduction
2 What's New in the 2018–2020 Edition of Diagnoses and Classification
3 Changes and Revisions
3.1 Processes and Procedures for Diagnosis Submission and Review
3.2 Changes to Definitions of Health Promotion Diagnoses
3.3 New Nursing Diagnoses
3.4 Revised Nursing Diagnoses
3.5 Retired Nursing Diagnosis
3.6 Revisions to Nursing Diagnosis Labels
3.7 Standardization of Diagnostic Indicator Terms
3.8 Introduction of At-Risk Populations and Associated Conditions
4 Governance and Organization
4.1 International Considerations on the Use of the NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses
4.2 NANDA International Position Statements
4.3 An Invitation to Join NANDA International
Part 2 The Theory Behind NANDA International Nursing Diagnoses
5 Nursing Diagnosis Basics
5.1 Introduction
5.2 How Does a Nurse (or Nursing Student) Diagnose?
5.3 Understanding Nursing Concepts
5.4 Assessment
5.5 Nursing Diagnosis
5.6 Planning/Intervention
5.7 Evaluation
5.8 Use of Nursing Diagnosis
5.9 Brief Chapter Summary
5.10 References
6 Clinical Reasoning: From Assessment to Diagnosis
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The Nursing Process
6.3 Data Analysis
6.4 Identifying Potential Nursing Diagnoses (Diagnostic Hypotheses)
6.5 In-Depth Assessment
6.6 Summary
6.7 References
7 Introduction to the NANDA International Taxonomy of Nursing Diagnoses
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Classification in Nursing
7.3 Using the NANDA-I Taxonomy
7.4 Structuring Nursing Curricula
7.5 Identifying a Nursing Diagnosis Outside Your Area of Expertise
7.6 The NANDA-I Nursing Diagnosis Taxonomy: A Short History
7.7 References
8 Specifications and Definitions Within the NANDA International Taxonomy of Nursing Diagnoses
8.1 Structure of Taxonomy II
8.2 A Multiaxial System for Constructing Diagnostic Concepts
8.3 Definitions of the Axes
8.4 Developing and Submitting a Nursing Diagnosis
8.5 Further Development
8.6 Recommended Reading
8.7 References
9 Frequently Asked Questions
9.1 Introduction
9.2 When Do We Need Nursing Diagnoses?
9.3 Basic Questions about Standardized Nursing Languages
9.4 Basic Questions about NANDA-I
9.5 Basic Questions about Nursing Diagnoses
9.6 Questions about Defining Characteristics
9.7 Questions about Related Factors
9.8 Questions about Risk Factors
9.9 Differentiating between Similar Nursing Diagnoses
9.10 Questions Regarding the Development of a Treatment Plan
9.11 Questions about Teaching/Learning Nursing Diagnoses
9.12 Questions about Using NANDA-I in Electronic Health Records
9.13 Questions about Diagnosis Development and Review
9.14 Questions about the NANDA-I Definitions and Classification Text
9.15 References
10 Glossary of Terms
10.1 Nursing Diagnosis
10.2 Diagnostic Axes
10.3 Components of a Nursing Diagnosis
10.4 Definitions for Classification of Nursing Diagnoses
10.5 References
Part 3 The NANDA International Nursing Diagnoses
Domain 1. Health promotion
Class 1. Health awareness
Decreased diversional activity engagement
Readiness for enhanced health literacy
Sedentary lifestyle
Class 2. Health management
Frail elderly syndrome
Risk for frail elderly syndrome
Deficient community health
Risk-prone health behavior
Ineffective health maintenance
Ineffective health management
Readiness for enhanced health management
Ineffective family health management
Ineffective protection
Domain 2. Nutrition
Class 1. Ingestion
Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements
Readiness for enhanced nutrition
Insufficient breast milk production
Ineffective breastfeeding
Interrupted breastfeeding
Readiness for enhanced breastfeeding
Ineffective adolescent eating dynamics
Ineffective child eating dynamics
Ineffective infant feeding dynamics
Ineffective infant feeding pattern
Obesity
Overweight
Risk for overweight
Impaired swallowing
Class 2. Digestion
This class does not currently contain any diagnoses
Class 3. Absorption
This class does not currently contain any diagnoses
Class 4. Metabolism
Risk for unstable blood glucose level
Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia
Risk for neonatal hyperbilirubinemia
Risk for impaired liver function
Risk for metabolic imbalance syndrome
Class 5. Hydration
Risk for electrolyte imbalance
Risk for imbalanced fluid volume
Deficient fluid volume
Risk for deficient fluid volume
Excess fluid volume
Domain 3. Elimination and exchange
Class 1. Urinary function
Impaired urinary elimination
Functional urinary incontinence
Overflow urinary incontinence
Reflex urinary incontinence
Stress urinary incontinence
Urge urinary incontinence
Risk for urge urinary incontinence
Urinary retention
Class 2. Gastrointestinal function
Constipation
Risk for constipation
Perceived constipation
Chronic functional constipation
Risk for chronic functional constipation
Diarrhea
Dysfunctional gastrointestinal motility
Risk for dysfunctional gastrointestinal motility
Bowel incontinence
Class 3. Integumentary function
This class does not currently contain any diagnoses
Class 4. Respiratory function
Impaired gas exchange
Domain 4. Activity/rest
Class 1. Sleep/rest
Insomnia
Sleep deprivation
Readiness for enhanced sleep
Disturbed sleep pattern
Class 2. Activity/exercise
Risk for disuse syndrome
Impaired bed mobility
Impaired physical mobility
Impaired wheelchair mobility
Impaired sitting
Impaired standing
Impaired transfer ability
Impaired walking
Class 3. Energy balance
Imbalanced energy field
Fatigue
Wandering
Class 4. Cardiovascular/pulmonary responses
Activity intolerance
Risk for activity intolerance
Ineffective breathing pattern
Decreased cardiac output
Risk for decreased cardiac output
Impaired spontaneous ventilation
Risk for unstable blood pressure
Risk for decreased cardiac tissue perfusion
Risk for ineffective cerebral tissue perfusion
Ineffective peripheral tissue perfusion
Risk for ineffective peripheral tissue perfusion
Dysfunctional ventilatory weaning response
Class 5. Self-care
Impaired home maintenance
Bathing self-care deficit
Dressing self-care deficit
Feeding self-care deficit
Toileting self-care deficit
Readiness for enhanced self-care
Self-neglect
Domain 5. Perception/cognition
Class 1. Attention
Unilateral neglect
Class 2. Orientation
This class does not currently contain any diagnoses
Class 3. Sensation/perception
This class does not currently contain any diagnoses
Class 4. Cognition
Acute confusion
Risk for acute confusion
Chronic confusion
Labile emotional control
Ineffective impulse control
Deficient knowledge
Readiness for enhanced knowledge
Impaired memory
Class 5. Communication
Readiness for enhanced communication
Impaired verbal communication
Domain 6. Self-perception
Class 1. Self-concept
Hope lessness
Readiness for enhanced hope
Risk for compromised human dignity
Disturbed personal identity
Risk for disturbed personal identity
Readiness for enhanced self-concept
Class 2. Self-esteem
Chronic low self-esteem
Risk for chronic low self-esteem
Situational low self-esteem
Risk for situational low self-esteem
Class 3. Body image
Disturbed body image
Domain 7. Role relationship
Class 1. Caregiving roles
Caregiver role strain
Risk for caregiver role strain
Impaired parenting
Risk for impaired parenting
Readiness for enhanced parenting
Class 2. Family relationships
Risk for impaired attachment
Dysfunctional family processes
Interrupted family processes
Readiness for enhanced family processes
Class 3. Role performance
Ineffective relationship
Risk for ineffective relationship
Readiness for enhanced relationship
Parental role conflict
Ineffective role performance
Impaired social interaction
Domain 8. Sexuality
Class 1. Sexual identity
This class does not currently contain any diagnoses
Class 2. Sexual function
Sexual dysfunction
Ineffective sexuality pattern
Class 3. Reproduction
Ineffective childbearing process
Risk for ineffective childbearing process
Readiness for enhanced childbearing process
Risk for disturbed maternal-fetal dyad
Domain 9. Coping/stress tolerance
Class 1. Post-trauma responses
Risk for complicated immigration transition
Post-trauma syndrome
Risk for post-trauma syndrome
Rape-trauma syndrome
Relocation stress syndrome
Risk for relocation stress syndrome
Class 2. Coping responses
Ineffective activity planning
Risk for ineffective activity planning
Anxiety
Defensive coping
Ineffective coping
Readiness for enhanced coping
Ineffective community coping
Readiness for enhanced community coping
Compromised family coping
Disabled family coping
Readiness for enhanced family coping
Death anxiety
Ineffective denial
Fear
Grieving
Complicated grieving
Risk for complicated grieving
Impaired mood regulation
Powerlessness
Risk for powerlessness
Readiness for enhanced power
Impaired resilience
Risk for impaired resilience
Readiness for enhanced resilience
Chronic sorrow
Stress overload
Class 3. Neurobehavioral stress
Acute substance withdrawal syndrome
Risk for acute substance withdrawal syndrome
Autonomic dysreflexia
Risk for autonomic dysreflexia
Decreased intracranial adaptive capacity
Neonatal abstinence syndrome
Disorganized infant behavior
Risk for disorganized infant behavior
Readiness for enhanced organized infant behavior
Domain 10. Life principles
Class 1. Values
This class does not currently contain any diagnoses
Class 2. Beliefs
Readiness for enhanced spiritual well-being
Class 3. Value/belief/action congruence
Readiness for enhanced decision-making
Decisional conflict
Impaired emancipated decision-making
Risk for impaired emancipated decision-making
Readiness for enhanced emancipated decision-making
Moral distress
Impaired religiosity
Risk for impaired religiosity
Readiness for enhanced religiosity
Spiritual distress
Risk for spiritual distress
Domain 11. Safety/protection
Class 1. Infection
Risk for infection
Risk for surgical site infection
Class 2. Physical injury
Ineffective airway clearance
Risk for aspiration
Risk for bleeding
Impaired dentition
Risk for dry eye
Risk for dry mouth
Risk for falls
Risk for corneal injury
Risk for injury
Risk for urinary tract injury
Risk for perioperative positioning injury
Risk for thermal injury
Impaired oral mucous membrane integrity
Risk for impaired oral mucous membrane integrity
Risk for peripheral neurovascular dysfunction
Risk for physical trauma
Risk for vascular trauma
Risk for pressure ulcer
Risk for shock
Impaired skin integrity
Risk for impaired skin integrity
Risk for sudden infant death
Risk for suffocation
Delayed surgical recovery
Risk for delayed surgical recovery
Impaired tissue integrity
Risk for impaired tissue integrity
Risk for venous thromboembolism
Class 3. Violence
Risk for female genital mutilation
Risk for other-directed violence
Risk for self-directed violence
Self-mutilation
Risk for self-mutilation
Risk for suicide
Class 4. Environmental hazards
Contamination
Risk for contamination
Risk for occupational injury
Risk for poisoning
Class 5. Defensive processes
Risk for adverse reaction to iodinated contrast media
Risk for allergy reaction
Latex allergy reaction
Risk for latex allergy reaction
Class 6. Thermoregulation
Hyperthermia
Hypothermia
Risk for hypothermia
Risk for perioperative hypothermia
Ineffective thermoregulation
Risk for ineffective thermoregulation
Domain 12. Comfort
Class 1. Physical comfort
Impaired comfort
Readiness for enhanced comfort
Nausea
Acute pain
Chronic pain
Chronic pain syndrome
Labor pain
Class 2. Environmental comfort
Impaired comfort
Readiness for enhanced comfort
Class 3. Social comfort
Impaired comfort
Readiness for enhanced comfort
Risk for loneliness
Social isolation
Domain 13. Growth/development
Class 1. Growth
This class does not currently contain any diagnoses
Class 2. Development
Risk for delayed development
Index
Concepts
Inside Back Cover

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