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NOC/NIC Linkages to NANDA-I for Continence Care of Elderly People with Urinary Incontinence in Nursing Homes: A Systematic Review

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Aim: The aim of this study was to review interventional studies conducted by nurses about elderly people with urinary incontinence in nursing homes and to match the results to standardized nursing terminology using the Nursing Interventions Classification and the Nursing Outcomes Classification Linkages to the NANDA-I diagnoses guidelines. Method: A systematic review of quantitative intervention studies was conducted using the PRISMA statement as a guide. The interventional research in English was scanned using the MEDLINE and CINAHL databases from January 2005 to May 2015. Fourteen studies that had at least one nurse researcher were conducted in nursing homes, excluding surgical and pharmacological interventions. The Nursing Outcome Classification and Nursing Intervention Classification Linkages to NANDA-I diagnoses and the Clinical Conditions Part II-U List were used as a guide to select North American Nursing Diagnosis Association International nursing diagnoses, Nursing Outcome Classification Scales, and Nursing Interventions from the data. Results: We found the frequency of use of various NANDA-I diagnoses, Nursing Interventions, and Nursing Outcomes based on the Nursing Outcomes Classification and Nursing Interventions Classification Linkages to NANDA-I diagnoses and the Clinical Conditions List for incontinence. Conclusion: Using the Nursing Outcomes Classification and Nursing Interventions Classification Linkages to NANDA-I diagnoses guide may provide new nursing perspectives on non-standardized research. In future studies, this may allow a comparison of data worldwide, enabling nurses to use the results in evidence-based practices. Cite this article as: Bebiş, H., Moorhead, S., Gençbaş, D., Özdemir, S, Seven, M. (2019). NOC/NIC Linkages to NANDA-I for continence care in nursing homes. FNJN Florence Nightingale Journal of Nursing, 27(3), 284-303.

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Intervention   NANDA   NIC   NOC   nursing   older-people   systematic-review   urinary-incontinence  

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Kaynakça

  • Al-Samarrai, N. R., Uman, G. C., Al-Samarrai, T. & Alessi, C. A. (2007). Introducing a new incontinence management system for nursing home residents. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 8(4), 253-261.
  • Aslan, E., Komurcu, N., Beji, N., & Yalcin, O. (2008). Bladder training and kegel exercises for women with urinary complaints living in a rest home. Gerontology, 54(4), 224-231.
  • Bardsley, A. (2014). Promoting urinary continence in older women. Nursing Standard, 29(8), 42-51.
  • Beeckman, D., Verhaeghe, S., Defloor, T., Schoonhoven, L., & Vanderwee, K. (2011). A 3-in-1 perineal care washcloth impregnated with dimethicone 3% versus water and ph neutral soap to prevent and treat incontinence- associated dermatitis. Journal of Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nursing, 38(6), 627-634.
  • Blissi D. Z., Kay-Saviki K., Harmsi S., Fani Q., & Wyman, J.F. (2006). Prevalence and correlates of perineal dermatitis in nursing home res idents. Nursing R
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DOI 10.26650/FNJN386150

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NOC/NIC Linkages to NANDA-I for Continence Care of Elderly People with Urinary Incontinence in Nursing Homes: A Systematic Review

Open Access

Öz

Aim: The aim of this study was to review interventional studies conducted by nurses about elderly people with urinary incontinence in nursing homes and to match the results to standardized nursing terminology using the Nursing Interventions Classification and the Nursing Outcomes Classification Linkages to the NANDA-I diagnoses guidelines. Method: A systematic review of quantitative intervention studies was conducted using the PRISMA statement as a guide. The interventional research in English was scanned using the MEDLINE and CINAHL databases from January 2005 to May 2015. Fourteen studies that had at least one nurse researcher were conducted in nursing homes, excluding surgical and pharmacological interventions. The Nursing Outcome Classification and Nursing Intervention Classification Linkages to NANDA-I diagnoses and the Clinical Conditions Part II-U List were used as a guide to select North American Nursing Diagnosis Association International nursing diagnoses, Nursing Outcome Classification Scales, and Nursing Interventions from the data. Results: We found the frequency of use of various NANDA-I diagnoses, Nursing Interventions, and Nursing Outcomes based on the Nursing Outcomes Classification and Nursing Interventions Classification Linkages to NANDA-I diagnoses and the Clinical Conditions List for incontinence. Conclusion: Using the Nursing Outcomes Classification and Nursing Interventions Classification Linkages to NANDA-I diagnoses guide may provide new nursing perspectives on non-standardized research. In future studies, this may allow a comparison of data worldwide, enabling nurses to use the results in evidence-based practices. Cite this article as: Bebiş, H., Moorhead, S., Gençbaş, D., Özdemir, S, Seven, M. (2019). NOC/NIC Linkages to NANDA-I for continence care in nursing homes. FNJN Florence Nightingale Journal of Nursing, 27(3), 284-303.

Anahtar Kelimeler

Intervention   NANDA   NIC   NOC   nursing   older-people   systematic-review   urinary-incontinence  

Sorumlu Yazar

Dercan Gençbaş

Kaynakça

  • Al-Samarrai, N. R., Uman, G. C., Al-Samarrai, T. & Alessi, C. A. (2007). Introducing a new incontinence management system for nursing home residents. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 8(4), 253-261.
  • Aslan, E., Komurcu, N., Beji, N., & Yalcin, O. (2008). Bladder training and kegel exercises for women with urinary complaints living in a rest home. Gerontology, 54(4), 224-231.
  • Bardsley, A. (2014). Promoting urinary continence in older women. Nursing Standard, 29(8), 42-51.
  • Beeckman, D., Verhaeghe, S., Defloor, T., Schoonhoven, L., & Vanderwee, K. (2011). A 3-in-1 perineal care washcloth impregnated with dimethicone 3% versus water and ph neutral soap to prevent and treat incontinence- associated dermatitis. Journal of Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nursing, 38(6), 627-634.
  • Blissi D. Z., Kay-Saviki K., Harmsi S., Fani Q., & Wyman, J.F. (2006). Prevalence and correlates of perineal dermatitis in nursing home res idents. Nursing R
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Detaylar

DOI 10.26650/FNJN386150

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