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  1. [FONT='Bradley Hand ITC']Hello every1 ,, how r u doing ?
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    [FONT='Bradley Hand ITC']I really need help here.. please tell me what u think,, these are the 3 priority nursing diagnosis i put 4 my upcoming presentation about Gestational Diabetes Mellitus..
    [FONT='Bradley Hand ITC']Are they correct from the NANDA side ??
    [FONT='Bradley Hand ITC']Are they prioritized correctly ??
    [FONT='Bradley Hand ITC']Is there any nursing diagnosis that could fit better ??
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    • [FONT='Bradley Hand ITC']Nursing diagnosis: Alteration in Carbohydrate Metabolism related to diabetes.
    • [FONT='Bradley Hand ITC']Nursing diagnosis: Altered Tissue Perfusion: uteroplacental, related to diabetes in pregnancy.
    • [FONT='Bradley Hand ITC']Nursing diagnosis: Anxiety related to disease process.

    [FONT='Bradley Hand ITC']Thanx 4 ur help ..
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  3. by   JentheRN05
    Before I go into these very much, is the first one a new NANDA diagnosis? I haven't seen that one before.
    Your font is also a little hard to read, might want to change it.
  4. by   Nursing.is.an.ART
    Hello every1 ,, how r u doing ?

    I really need help here.. please tell me what u think,, these are the 3 priority nursing diagnosis i put 4 my upcoming presentation about Gestational Diabetes Mellitus..
    Are they correct from the NANDA side ??
    Are they prioritized correctly ??
    Is there any nursing diagnosis that could fit better ??

    • Nursing diagnosis: Alteration in Carbohydrate Metabolism related to diabetes.
    • Nursing diagnosis: Altered Tissue Perfusion: uteroplacental, related to diabetes in pregnancy.
    • Nursing diagnosis: Anxiety related to disease process.

    Thanx 4 ur help ..
  5. by   crb613
    This is an excellent site, with current approved NANDA diagnoses:

    http://www1.us.elsevierhealth.com/ME...ctor/index.cfm
    This was posted by Vicky RN in another thread. This thread is about careplan websites might want to read it. Good Luck
  6. by   Nursing.is.an.ART
    Thanx 4 ur help ..

    but i can't seem 2 open the link ,,

    i've tried it be4!!

    :S :S :S
  7. by   VickyRN
    I believe Elsevier has changed their format, in that you have to have individual passwords now to access the Evolve textbook sites

    Nursing diagnosis: Alteration in Carbohydrate Metabolism related to diabetes.
    Not a true NANDA-approved nursing dx.

    Nursing diagnosis: Altered Tissue Perfusion: uteroplacental, related to diabetes in pregnancy.
    Risk for Ineffective Tissue Perfusion (uteroplacental) r/t possible premature aging of placenta and exchange problems secondary to gestational diabetes mellitus (need to be specific about the gestational diabetes, since there is another type of diabetes in pregnancy - preexisting).

    Other possible physical diagnoses:

    Risk for Maternal Injury or
    Risk for Fetal Injury r/t difficult birth of large-for-gestational-age infant (macrosomia) secondary to poorly-controlled gestational diabetes mellitus

    Risk for Newborn Injury (hypoglycemia) r/t to high fetal serum insulin levels secondary to high maternal glucose levels (poorly-controlled gestational diabetes mellitus)

    Risk for Newborn Impaired Gas Exchange r/t possible inadequate stores of surfactant and possible immaturity of fetal lungs secondary to poorly-controlled gestational diabetes mellitus

    Nursing diagnosis: Anxiety related to disease process.
    OK, but a much better psychosocial would be Deficient Knowledge (disease process of gestational diabetes) r/t lack of exposure, information misinterpretation, or unfamiliarity with information resources

    Another psychosocial: Ineffective Therapeutic Regimen Management
    Last edit by VickyRN on Oct 17, '05
  8. by   crb613
    Quote from Nursing.is.an.ART
    Thanx 4 ur help ..

    but i can't seem 2 open the link ,,

    i've tried it be4!!

    :S :S :S
    Sorry I did not try it! Did you look at the other thread?? Also get a careplan book.....It should have a list of approved NANDA Dx in it.Another thought check in your school's library they should have careplan books. You might google for the list of NANDA Dx that are current.

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