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Nursing diagnoses of functional capacity in Parkinson's disease: a cross-mapping study

Michelle Hyczy de Siqueira Tosin, Debora Moraes Campos, Luciana Blanco, Rosimere Ferreira Santana, Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira

Abstract


Aim:  To  carry  out a cross  mapping  of  the  nursing  diagnoses  not standardized with the NANDA International classification system, present in the fields “Activity/Sleep” and “safety/protection” and related to the functional capacity of patients with  Parkinson's  disease in  a  rehabilitation  program. Method:  a  descriptive  study  with documentary  research  for  the  realization  of a cross-mapping  study.  Simple  random sample of 67 medical records and 335 nursing registers, from March 2009 to April 2013. Results: Of the 93 terms of the nursing language, 15 NANDA International standardized diagnostics emerged from the cross mapping. The most mapped terms were “Impaired physical  mobility”  (22%)  and “risk  of  falling”  (11%).  For “Impaired  physical  mobility”seven defining characteristics were mapped. Two terms of nursing language could not be mapped   through   the   taxonomy. Conclusion:   The   cross   mapping   identified   the standardized   diagnostics   related   to   the   NANDA   International.   This   enables   the universalization   and   consolidation   of   the   role   of   nurses   in   Parkinson's   disease rehabilitation.

Keywords


NANDA International; Rehab Nursing; Nursing Diagnoses.

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