Nursing diagnosis, Biology

Nursing Diagnosis

  1. Nursing diagnosis are judgements or conclusions reached by you after analyzing the data base that indicate a potential or actual human need that you as a nurse can address. 
  2. It is a description of current and potential problems of client that can be alleviated by nursing interventions.

Actual problem or potential problem and factors that produced the problem. It is a statement of a client's actual potentials and factors that produced the problems.

So you have to identify the factors which actually produce the problems in individual client/child. While making diagnosis you may come across following problems.

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