self-care deficit


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self-care deficit

Impaired ability to perform or complete feeding, bathing/hygiene, dressing and grooming, or toileting activities for oneself [on a temporary, permanent, or progressing basis] (Specify level of independence using a standardized functional scale). health maintenance, altered; home maintenance management, impaired;
See also: self-care
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The use of antidepressant medications in patients with ESRD is often a second-tiered approach due to the possibility of metabolic interactions and can help address the self-care deficit (Hedayati et al.
This study was guided by Orem's (2001) self-care deficit nursing theory, which is based on the concept of self-care, where individuals perform specific learned activities to maintain health and well-being.
Applying Dorothea Orem's Theory of Self-Care and Self-Care Deficit to this population provides a framework for assessment and intervention.
Los terminos utilizados en la busqueda fueron: Orem model, self--care theory, self-care deficit theory, nursing system, Dorothea Orem y los correspondientes en espanol.
The conceptual framework for this study involved the integration of concepts from three models/theories: Pender's Health Promotion Model (1996), Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory (1997), and Orem's Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory (2001).
Pre-operatively [Total diagnoses listed=28] Knowledge deficit (11) Anxiety (7) Alteration in tissue perfusion (5) Pain (4) Alteration in comfort (4) Intra-operatively [Total diagnoses listed=21] Impaired gas exchange (4) Fluid volume deficit (4) Impaired tissue integrity (3) Risk for injury (3) Decreased cardiac output (3) Postoperatively [Total diagnoses listed=29] Alteration in tissue perfusion (8) Pain (5) Potential for infection (4) Knowledge deficit (4) Risk for injury (3) Impaired physical mobility (3) Alteration in comfort (3) Anxiety (3) Impaired gas exchange (3) Activity intolerance (3) Self-care deficit (3) Most Commonly Used Nursing Diagnoses for Surgeries.
Guided by Orem's self-care deficit nursing theory, this article identifies self-care needs about which physical and occupational therapists believe caregivers most frequently want information.
The remainder of the volume focuses on presenting Orem's Self-Care Deficit Theory.
Moore's (1993) study of self-care performance of healthy children in grades 4 through 12 (n = 414) tested Orem's self-care deficit theory.
Orem's self-care deficit theory (1995) served as the theoretical framework for this study.
This home will serve three (3) young adult males/females with significant behavioral challenges, severe self-care deficits, risk of elopement, and/or SIB with possible co-occurring mental health diagnosis.

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