Nursing Process Ppt.

Nursing Process Ppt. - By Cindy Fenske RN, MS, CNE With...

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Unformatted text preview: By Cindy Fenske RN, MS, CNE With assistance from Laurie Fasbinder M.S., R.N., Pamela Schuster Ph.D., R.N. Nursing Process Problem solving Think about the problem you identified in the pre-learning. Pull out the steps you followed to solve the problem. Compare with someone sitting close to you. Did their steps for problem solving seem similar to yours? The Nursing Process An organizing framework for professional nursing practice Ackley, 2008 The Nursing Process Assessment Diagnosis Implementing Planning Evaluation Problem solving exercise Working with someone seated close to you, analyze the following: Do your steps follow or fit into the steps of the nursing process? Do your steps go in the same order as those in the nursing process? If not, where does the variation occur? Identify your own NICs and NOCs. Click icon to add picture What are concept maps? An innovative approach to planning and organizing nursing care A diagram of patient problems and Case Presentation Mr. Hernandez is a 52 year old Hispanic male with a new diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. He came to the hospital with complaints of chest pain. Cardiac problems were ruled out, but it was discovered that his blood glucose levels were between 300 and 400. He has a family history of diabetes and was dx with HTN 5 years ago. He is currently being treated with medication. Assessment Data Collection Objective data Subjective data Client strengths What are the positive attributes that will help client to reach outcomes. Client education Instruction which could improve the patients knowledge of self-care Strength Based Patient Data Record Strength based patient data sheet MI ND C U L T U R E F A M I L Y S P I R I T RESOURCES B O D Y Step 1a: Gather data Using the communication skills you have learned, obtain the health history information from the patient and/or family member. Be sure to get a detailed picture of the situation. Start to cluster the accumulated data into related areas. Step 1b: Develop a basic skeleton diagram Patients chief medical diagnosis becomes the center box. Clustered data goes in boxes around the center box. Put a title in each of the boxes. Think about Step 1c: Determine the relationships between boxes Recognize major nursing problems Recognize major medical problems Show relationships between medical and nursing problems Strengths are always present Step 1: Concept map Reason for seeking health care: Newly diagnosed diabetes Problem: Difficulty ambulating weak Problem: BP Problem: Anxious Problem: Learning Problem: Elimination Problem: Nutrition Strengths: Willing to learn Supportive wife Step 2a : Data to support diagnoses Put all of the clustered data into the appropriate labeled box including things like: Abnormal physical assessment data Treatments Medications and IVs Diagnostic and Lab tests Medical history Emotional state, abnormal psychosocial assessment data Pain Step 2b:...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course NURS 152 taught by Professor Fenske during the Winter '12 term at University of Michigan.

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