Nursing Diagnosis: A Case Study Approach / Edition 1

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Writing Nursing Diagnoses: A Critical Thinking Approach is a unique tool that will guide you step-by-step through the process of writing an accurate nursing diagnosis. This new book presents basic content on the critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning processes to help you find the best nursing diagnoses; gives information on identifying assessment data and clustering assessment tools to help you pinpoint the correct nursing diagnoses; provides approximately 30 case studies, ranging from simple to complex, to allow you to put critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning into action; includes a detailed discussion section for each case study to help you understand how a nursing diagnoses was determined; provides collaborative, possible, risk, and syndrome diagnoses to give you practice with different types of diagnoses; and includes the most common medical-surgical problems you may encounter in practice.

The book contains some two-color illustrations.

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Reviewer: Trudy A. Kramer, RN, MSN (Marquette University College of Nursing)
Description: This book uses a step-by-step basic approach to teach nursing students and practicing nurses the critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning processes to accurately formulate and write a nursing diagnosis. A theoretical basis of nursing diagnosis and a variety of medical-surgical interactive case studies with discussion of the cases are presented to develop writing and thinking ability, diagnostic reasoning, and confidence in writing accurate nursing diagnoses.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a guide for practicing the critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning skills for writing nursing diagnoses.
Audience: It is targeted for beginning and developing nursing students and practicing nurses who need to learn how to write nursing diagnoses. This basic step-by-step critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning process will prepare nurses to write accurate medical-surgical nursing diagnoses.
Features: The overall design is clearly and logically presented. A theoretical basis for nursing diagnosis is presented, followed by simple to complex interactive case studies that illustrate critical thinking questions with discussion following to answer the questions. Appendixes provide NANDA diagnoses and fundamental health pattern guides.
Assessment: This book provides an excellent basic, step-by-step approach for nursing students and practicing nurses to use to learn the critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning skills to write nursing diagnoses. The overall design is clear, logical, and easy to follow; it correlates theoretical acquisitions and application through interactive, simple to complex case studies. The questioning of the case studies and appropriate responses facilitate the practice of writing NANDA basic nursing diagnoses. This resource helps fill the need for user-friendly, individualized ways to help nurses learn the process of writing appropriate nursing diagnoses.
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Reviewer: Trudy A. Kramer, RN, MSN(Marquette University College of Nursing)
Description: This book uses a step-by-step basic approach to teach nursing students and practicing nurses the critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning processes to accurately formulate and write a nursing diagnosis. A theoretical basis of nursing diagnosis and a variety of medical-surgical interactive case studies with discussion of the cases are presented to develop writing and thinking ability, diagnostic reasoning, and confidence in writing accurate nursing diagnoses.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a guide for practicing the critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning skills for writing nursing diagnoses.
Audience: It is targeted for beginning and developing nursing students and practicing nurses who need to learn how to write nursing diagnoses. This basic step-by-step critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning process will prepare nurses to write accurate medical-surgical nursing diagnoses.
Features: The overall design is clearly and logically presented. A theoretical basis for nursing diagnosis is presented, followed by simple to complex interactive case studies that illustrate critical thinking questions with discussion following to answer the questions. Appendixes provide NANDA diagnoses and fundamental health pattern guides.
Assessment: This book provides an excellent basic, step-by-step approach for nursing students and practicing nurses to use to learn the critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning skills to write nursing diagnoses. The overall design is clear, logical, and easy to follow; it correlates theoretical acquisitions and application through interactive, simple to complex case studies. The questioning of the case studies and appropriate responses facilitate the practice of writing NANDA basic nursing diagnoses. This resource helps fill the need for user-friendly, individualized ways to help nurses learn the process of writing appropriate nursing diagnoses.
Trudy A. Kramer
This book uses a step-by-step basic approach to teachnursing students and practicing nurses the critical thinking anddiagnostic reasoning processes to accurately formulate and write anursing diagnosis. A theoretical basis of nursing diagnosis and avariety of medical-surgical interactive case studies with discussion ofthe cases are presented to develop writing and thinking ability,diagnostic reasoning, and confidence in writing accurate nursingdiagnoses. The purpose is to provide a guide for practicing thecritical thinking and diagnostic reasoning skills for writing nursingdiagnoses. It is targeted for beginning and developing nursingstudents and practicing nurses who need to learn how to write nursingdiagnoses. This basic step-by-step critical thinking and diagnosticreasoning process will prepare nurses to write accuratemedical-surgical nursing diagnoses. The overall design is clearly andlogically presented. A theoretical basis for nursing diagnosis ispresented, followed by simple to complex interactive case studies thatillustrate critical thinking questions with discussion following toanswer the questions. Appendixes provide NANDA diagnoses andfundamental health pattern guides. This book provides an excellentbasic, step-by-step approach for nursing students and practicing nursesto use to learn the critical thinking and diagnostic reasoning skillsto write nursing diagnoses. The overall design is clear, logical, andeasy to follow; it correlates theoretical acquisitions and applicationthrough interactive, simple to complex case studies. The questioningof the case studies and appropriate responses facilitate the practiceof writing NANDA basic nursing diagnoses. This resource helpsfill theneed for user-friendly, individualized ways to help nurses learn theprocess of writing appropriate nursing diagnoses.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815116394
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Edition description: 1st ed
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 239
  • Product dimensions: 8.43 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.37 (d)

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