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By Group 2

NAME:
1. ANDOKO SURYO CAHYONO
2. EVIN CANDRA WAHYU
3. HUMAIRA MAULIDA
4. ILI YANTI
5. IMELDA KRISTASIA
6. NANDA FITRI ARINI
7. QUIRINA PINATIK
8. VIONA PHYTALOKA
DIAGNOSIS
DEFINITION

• The official NANDA definition of a nursing diagnos


is is:
“a clinical judgmaent concerning a human response
to health conditions/life processes, or a vulnerability
for that response, by an individual, family, group, or
community.”
Status of the Nursing Diagnosis
The status of nursing diagnosis are actual, health promotion and risk

1. An actual diagnosis is a client problem that is present at the t


ime of the nursing assessment.
2. A health promotion diagnosis relates to clients’ preparednes
s to improve their health condition.
3. A risk nursing diagnosis is a clinical judgement that a proble
m does not exist but the presence of risk factors indicates that
a problem may develop if adequate care not is given
Components of a NANDA nursing diagnosis

A nursing diagnosis has three components

1. The problem and its definition


2. The etiology
3. The defining characteristic
The problem statement describes the client’s
health problem.
The etiology component of a nursing diagno
sis identifies causes of the health problem.
Defining characteristics are the cluster of sig
ns and symptoms that indicate the presence
of health problem.
Formulating Diagnostic Statements

The basic three-part nursing diagnosis statement is called the PES fo


rmat and includes the following:
Problem (P): statement of the client’s health problem (NANDAlabel)
Etiology (E): causes of the health problem
Signs and symptoms (S): defining characteristics manifested by the
client.
FROM MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS

Nursing diagnosis Medical diagnosis


Anursing diagnosis is a statement Amedical diagnosis is made b
of nursing judgment that made b y a physician.
y nurse, by their education, experi
ence, and expertise, are licensed t
o treat.
Nursing diagnoses describe th Medical diagnoses refer to dis
e human response to an illnes ease processes.
s or a health problem.
Nursing diagnoses may change as Aclient’s medical diagnosis r
the client’s responses change. emains the same for as long
as the disease is present.
Nursing diagnosis Medical diagnosis

Ineffective breathing pat Asthma


tern

Activity intolerance Cerebrovascular accident

Acute pain Appendicitis

Disturbed body image Amputation