OK, let's see.... I graduated last year with a 3.8, so I should
be able to do this.
The pain would be 2 diagnoses: Acute pain R/T surical incision as manifested by........
And Chronic pain R/T joint deterioration as manifested by...... (remember, you can never use an actual medical diagnosis (like arthritis) in a nursing diagnosis. )
The order part has always been tricky for me, lets see...
The first one would have to be 4, because that's the only ABC one, Circulation.
Then the acute pain.
Then the immobility, since it is really the root of the skin problems.
Then skin integrity. The knowledge deficit "wiping" is a nursing diagnosis, but I'm wondering if it would fit better here as a D/T. You know, Skin integrity, impaired D/T knowledge deficit wiping, as manifested by excoriated skin......
So that would give you four.
You could put chronic pain either here or right after acute pain. This is where your nursing judgement comes in, (and your professor's preferences
Risk for falls does have to go last, as it is not a "real" nursing diagnosis.
I hope this helps, I could help you with the other five, if I knew the situation. Feel free to PM me and I'll give you contact info. if you need more help. ( I used to tutor the other students in my class, at the professor's reccomendation. To tell you the truth, I kind miss it!)