Vínculos de NOC y NIC a NANDA-I y diagnósticos médicos: Soporte para el razonamiento crítico y la calidad de los cuidados [NOOK Book]

Overview

  • Obra que explora los v?nculos entre los tres lenguajes estandarizados reconocidos por la profesi?n, NANDA, NOC y NIC.
  • Se organiza en tres secciones: Introducci?n a las interrelaciones, Interrelaciones entre los tres lenguajes y etiquetas y Definiciones de NOC y NIC.
  • Complemento perfecto de NIC y NOC y que, utilizado junto a estas dos obras y los diagn?sticos de la NANDA, ofrece la ...
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Vínculos de NOC y NIC a NANDA-I y diagnósticos médicos: Soporte para el razonamiento crítico y la calidad de los cuidados

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Overview

  • Obra que explora los vínculos entre los tres lenguajes estandarizados reconocidos por la profesión, NANDA, NOC y NIC.
  • Se organiza en tres secciones: Introducción a las interrelaciones, Interrelaciones entre los tres lenguajes y etiquetas y Definiciones de NOC y NIC.
  • Complemento perfecto de NIC y NOC y que, utilizado junto a estas dos obras y los diagnósticos de la NANDA, ofrece la información que enfermeros e instituciones necesitan para documentar los cuidados enfermeros. 
  • Cuenta con un nuevo capítulo en la toma de decisiones clínicas, otro sobre el uso de NNN en sistemas de información, listados de intervención más concisa y 20 nuevas interrelaciones con diagnósticos comunes, con altos costes sanitarios.

Obra que explora los vínculos entre los tres lenguajes estandarizados reconocidos por la profesión, NANDA, NOC y NIC.

Se organiza en tres secciones: Introducción a las interrelaciones, Interrelaciones entre los tres lenguajes y etiquetas y Definiciones de NOC y NIC.

Complemento perfecto de NIC y NOC y que, utilizado junto a estas dos obras y los diagnósticos de la NANDA, ofrece la información que enfermeros e instituciones necesitan para documentar los cuidados enfermeros.

Cuenta con un nuevo capítulo en la toma de decisiones clínicas, otro sobre el uso de NANDA, NIC y NOC en sistemas de información, listados de intervención más concisa y 20 nuevas interrelaciones con diagnósticos comunes, con altos costes sanitarios.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788481745702
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences Spain
  • Publication date: 3/17/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 432
  • File size: 31 MB
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Table of Contents

Prefacio

Prólogo

Colaboradores y revisores

Parte I. Lenguajes y aplicaciones

Lenguajes y desarrollo de vínculos

Uso de los vínculos para el razonamiento clínico y la mejora de la calidad

Uso de NNN en sistemas electrónicos de información

Parte II. NOC y NIC vinculados a diagnósticos NANDA-I

Introducción al empleo de vínculos para diagnósticos reales y diagnósticos de promoción de la salud

NOC y NIC vinculados a diagnósticos de enfermería

Introducción a los vínculos para LOS diagnósticos de enfermería de riesgo

NOC y NIC vinculados a diagnósticos de enfermería de riesgo

Parte III. NOC y NIC vinculados a diagnósticos médicos

Introducción a los vínculos para diagnósticos médicos

NOC y NIC relacionados con diagnósticos médicos

Definiciones y etiquetas de resultados NOC

Definiciones y etiquetas de intervenciones NIC

Índice alfabético

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    Posted October 12, 2012

    Narcissa 12

    On they way out of camp, Hazel bought Narcissa an espresso drink from Bombilo the two headed coffee merchant. The coffee was great, and Narcissa mumbled her thanks to Hazel. Now all she needed was a shower, some fresh clothing, and a rest. She watched a bunch of kids in swimsuits and towels head into a building that had steam coming out of a row of chimneys. Laughter and watery sounds echoed from inside, it was an indoor pool. "Bath house," Hazel said. "We'll try to get you in there before dinner." Narcissa sighed with anticipation. As they approached the front gate, the barracks got bigger and nicer. The ghosts looked better-with fancier armor and shinier auras. Narcissa still hadn't completely forgiven them for their rude welcome. She worked on deciphering the banners and symbols hanging in front of the buildings. "You are divided into different building?" She asked. "Sort of," Hazel ducked as a kid riding a pegasus swooped overhead. "We have five cohorts of about forty kids each. Each cohort is divided into barracks of ten-like roommates, kind of." Narcissa multiplied the numbers. "Two hundred kids?" "Roughly. A lot of the campers are legacies-second or third generation." "Do legacies have powers like demigods?" "Sometimes, sometimes not. The camp augur we're going to meet, Octavian, is a legacy, descendant of Apollo. He's got the gift of prophecy." Hazel made a sour face, and Narcissa got the feeling she wasn't going to like the augur. "Anyway, cohorts are divided depending on where the officers assign recruits." Narcissa nodded. "Are you in the fifth cohort? Isn't that the most popular?" Hazel scowled. "Yeah I joined last September. Come on, I'll show you my favorite view." They stopped outside the main gates. The fort was situated on the highest point in the valley, so most everything could be seen. The road led down to the river and divided. One path led south across a bridge, up to the hill that was covered in temples. The other road led north into the city, a miniature version of Ancient Rome. Unlike the military camp, the city was chaotic and colorful, with buildings crowded together at haphazard angles. Narcissa could see people gathered in the plaza, shoppers milling around an open air market, parents with kids playing in the parks.

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