Nurse's pocket guide: diagnoses, interventions, and rationales

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F.A. Davis, 1998 - Medical - 693 pages
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Key Features New To The 6th Edition-- Contains selected rationales for nursing interventions-- Includes updated nursing diagnoses accepted by the latest NANDA Conference-- Introduces Nursing Interventions Classification; first text to integrate material that classifies nursing interventions according to researchkey Features-- Contains an updated section of 300 Disorders/Health Problems with Associated Nursing Diagnoses that facilitates the assessment and diagnosis steps of the nursing process-- Includes documentation focus in accordance with the latest ANA standards-- Lists interventions according to nursing priorities-- Identifies desired patient outcomes/evaluation criteria

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Contents

Application of the Nursing Process
5
Putting Theory Into Practice Sample
11
Nursing Diagnoses
32
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About the author (1998)

Clinical Specialist, Adult Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing; Adjunct Faculty, Beth-El College, Colorado Springs, CO.

Nurse Consultant, TNT-RN Enterprises, Colorado Springs, CO

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