Nursing Care Plans: Nursing Diagnosis and Intervention
ISBN 10: 0323016278 / 0-323-01627-8
ISBN 13: 9780323016278
Publication Date: 2002
Editorial Reviews for this title:
This compilation of care plans for the most commonly encountered clinical problems reflects the most current practice and professional standards in nursing. Written by practicing nurses for students and/or clinicians, it includes 195 nursing care plans - making it the most comprehensive care plan book available! This new fifth edition focuses on evidence-based practice and covers adult lifespan and healthcare issues.
- Preformatted care plans for 137 common medical-surgical disorders are included.
- The components of care plans are explained - the NOC and NIC classifications, creating nursing care plans, how to use critical paths and how they are linked to care plans, and tools for performance improvement.
- 58 additional nursing diagnosis care plans provide a solid basis for creating customized patient plans of care.
- Includes expanded home care and community-based care.
- Synonyms are highlighted below the main care plan, and all commonly known terms for disorders are included in the index.
- Related to factors, defining characteristics, expected outcomes, ongoing assessment, and therapeutic interventions for independent and collaborative nursing diagnoses are featured in each care plan.
- Collaborative versus independent interventions are indicated by two distinct icons.
- Care plans are organized by body system for easy reference.
- 16 new care plans and two new chapters on health care plans for men's and women's health have been added.
- Updated content includes expanded cancer coverage and revised and expanded rationales.
- Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) and Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) have been added for each nursing/collaborative diagnosis.
- NANDA Taxonomy II terminology is used throughout with terms listed on the inside back cover.
- A new, more colorful design presents care plans in an attractive and accessible format.
Written by practicing nurses for students and clinicians with 195 care plans focusing on evidence-based practice
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