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Use of the nursing minimum data set to describe nursing interventions for select nursing diagnoses and related factors in an acute care setting

Use of the nursing minimum data set to describe nursing interventions for select nursing diagnoses and related factors in an acute care setting

Nursing Diagnosis 6(3): 108-114

This study describes the prevalence of nursing interventions across six nursing diagnoses and their related factors using the framework of the Nursing Minimum Data Set (NMDS). Six nursing diagnoses (pain, potential for injury, anxiety, decreased cardiac output, potential for infection, and knowledge deficit) were among the most prevalent in an acute care setting studied in 1991. The NMDS and a nursing information system using standardized classification systems for nursing diagnoses and interventions provided an opportunity to describe nursing practice. Multiple related factors were identified across all six nursing diagnoses; three or four were selected frequently within each diagnostic category. The related factors also influenced the selection of interventions. Implications for the development of nursing classification systems and recommendations for further research are described.

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PMID: 7662433

DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-618x.1995.tb00496.x

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