Heart failure is a highly prevalent chronic health problem associated with poor quality-of-life and negative outcomes. Self-care is a cornerstone in patients suffering from heart failure. Nurses are commonly engaged in enhancing patients' self-care behaviors, but the specific condition of deficit on self-care is not clearly identified by nurses. No nursing diagnoses focused on self-care of heart failure patients is currently available. This study aimed to develop a new nursing diagnosis that focuses on self-care in heart failure patients.

Filling a gap in standardized nursing terminology. Development of a new nursing diagnosis proposal on heart failure self-care

Sanson, Gianfranco;
2022

Abstract

Heart failure is a highly prevalent chronic health problem associated with poor quality-of-life and negative outcomes. Self-care is a cornerstone in patients suffering from heart failure. Nurses are commonly engaged in enhancing patients' self-care behaviors, but the specific condition of deficit on self-care is not clearly identified by nurses. No nursing diagnoses focused on self-care of heart failure patients is currently available. This study aimed to develop a new nursing diagnosis that focuses on self-care in heart failure patients.
24-mar-2021
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https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/2047-3095.12324
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