first off, you've got a problem with one of your diagnoses. there is no nanda diagnosis for depression. you will have to look at the symptoms the patient is having for the depression and use those to find other nursing diagnoses to address problems (s)he is having relating to the depression.
secondly, any diagnosis starting with the words, "risk of" is what is called an anticipatory problem and does not yet exist. so, in the hierarchy of priorities it is listed last.
therefore, based on what you have listed and removing the nonexistent diagnosis, the order should be:
- impaired skin integrity
- risk for infection
here are some links to information already on the allnurses forums to help you with prioritizing your diagnosis lists as well as how to chose a nursing diagnoses. i am also including a link to a listing nanda diagnoses.
- sequencing and prioritizing of nursing diagnoses on written care plans
- nursing diagnosis troubles
- a complete list of nanda nursing diagnoses organized by gordon's functional patterns
please read over the information in these forum threads on care planning:
if you are still having further problems with this assignment, ask and i will help you.