CAREPLANS HELP PLEASE! (with the R\T and AEB) - page 4
Hello! I did very well my first unit, taught by a certain teacher. This unit is taught by another and the majority of my class is COMPLETELY lost! When the teacher gives examples, it makes sense but... Read More
Jan 21, '06Quote from lunakatThank you so much! We are using this text, and we will be starting concept maps in a few weeks! You rockHere is a website that will construct a concept map for you. I found it while searching for interventions for a careplan I was working on. I discovered it as part of the website for my med-surg book. (you should always check out the cds and online websites for your book, sometimes they yield invaluable info like practice questions or careplans!) You still have to type in you DX and interventions but it will arrange all your info for you in a concept map form. Where was this web page when I needed it for my concecpt map? Oh well! Hopefully someone else will need it and find it helpful...
Jan 22, '06I am having a very difficult time with
I have been reading some of the post here
But if ANYONE has any they can share as examples, (maybe something will click) I would be EVER so grateful!!!
Just put all nurses in the subject
so I don't think its junk mail
ANY help would be most appreciated!!!!Last edit by NRSKarenRN on Feb 27, '06
Jan 23, '06Hello
The Nurses's pocket Guide: Diagnosis, Interventions, and rationales (9th ed)has been a great resource. You can look up the medical diagnosis in the back and it gives you a complete list of all nursing diagnosis that apply. Good luck!
Feb 1, '06Can anyone help with collaborative nur dx? I have to do six of these along with six regular nur dx. In fact, I'm not even really sure what a collab. nur dx is. And to make it worse, I have preclinical today and my instructor will probably not be there and they (meaning all twelve) have to be done by clinical tomorrow. Anyone with informative hints, websites, advice, etc? Thanks, I really, REALLY appreciate it.
Feb 8, '06Quote from clarkmandathe collaborative problem may be also known as potential complications within each disease.i.e. atelectasis in a copd pt.Can anyone help with collaborative nur dx? I have to do six of these along with six regular nur dx. In fact, I'm not even really sure what a collab. nur dx is. And to make it worse, I have preclinical today and my instructor will probably not be there and they (meaning all twelve) have to be done by clinical tomorrow. Anyone with informative hints, websites, advice, etc? Thanks, I really, REALLY appreciate it.
Feb 27, '06[FONT="Comic Sans MS"]Quote from DCJ3Here's the website for the newest edition (6th ed) http://www1.us.elsevierhealth.com/Ev...nstructor/#New
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"]THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!! You have saved me!!!!
Mar 3, '06Our school had a "Careplan workshop" Tuesday.I have a sheet of notes she gave us if you will e-mail me your e-mail address I will copy them and send them to you. It should really help! Just remember: Problem as stated by NANDA (Diagnostic Category) R/T Etiology/cause (contributing factors) AEB Signs/Symptoms (Defining Characteristics) example: Impaired skin Integrity R/T Immobility AMB 2 inch diameter ulcer on L hip...... now when you have High risk you will not have a AMB. so it will only have 2 parts. but email me your email address and I will reply to you with the notes my instructor gave us I HOPE THIS HELPS!
Mar 4, '06[font="comic sans ms"]thanks to all !!!!!!!!!!
i finally got my grade back, which was worth 50% of my grade, and received...............................
[font="comic sans ms"]100% on my care plan!!!!
thank you :bowingpur
Mar 21, '06The way I understand the whole care plan thing is as follows:
Nursing Diagnosis=Acute pain What is your problem? The patient is in pain
The r/t = why is your pt in pain (i.e. abdominal incision, migraines, whatever)
AEB= what is the pt doing to let you know they are in pain (i.e. guarding behaivors, vital sign changes, groaning, or states I am in pain)
I hope this helps
Mar 25, '06We have to do NOC and NIC. Was doing good until they made us go to that format, now on May 12,2006 I think I will have a bon fire in my back yard and NiC and NOC will be on top of the pile.
Apr 6, '06We use the carpenito book for approved NANDA and in the back of the book you can look up the medical diagnoses and it gives you some suggestions for nursing diagnosis. For the interventions/rationales....I LOVE the mosby's care plan book. Rationales are right next to the interventions and lists them by category such as teaching, assessing.
Apr 7, '06Quote from LpntoRNstudentWe have to do NOC and NIC care plans. Was doing good until they made us go to that format, now on May 12,2006 I think I will have a bon fire in my back yard and NiC and NOC will be on top of the pile.
I know this will probably sound nuts but I am in week 6 of my 1st semester in nursing school What is NIC and NOC in the careplan books? I can not find the abbreviation anywhere. Also which Mosby do you feel is best? I bought the All in One so I am prepared for Psy and Maternity. Thanks for any info you can offer!!