The Bilingual Nursing Diagnostic Taxonomy (BNDT) Codes are the only nursing diagnosis classification system developed and validated to meet the needs of the specialized nursing of the United States. The BNDT Codes are the result of the work of the Bilingual Nursing Diagnostic Taxonomy Task Force of the NANDA International Board of Trustees and the Bilingual Taxonomy Committee of the Board of Trustees in the Bilingual Nursing Diagnostic Taxonomy (BNDT) Codes
A risk diagnosis is a more general clinical judgment of a group of diagnoses that are likely to occur due to a certain situation or event. Risk diagnoses are diagnosed by the nurse in the situation in which the patient is and the nurse is making a judgment about the likely diagnoses. Examples of a risk diagnosis are:
NANDA International is the only international organization that uses Nursing Outcomes Classification Initiative (NOCI) to classify the nursing interventions and patient outcomes. The NOCI was developed by the National Nursing Outcomes Consortium (NNOC).
A reason for the nursing care (RNC) is a diagnosis that reflects the overall purpose of the nursing intervention. In contrast to other nursing diagnoses, RNCs are presented to the patient as the reason for the care the nurse is providing. Examples of RNCs include:
NANDA International announced the release of the Bilingual Nursing Diagnostic Taxonomy (BNDT) Codes (2nd ed.) in the International Journal of Nursing Practice in 2014 and 2015. This new edition of the Code is now available and translated into the following languages: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.
All nursing diagnoses are not the same. Risk diagnoses and RNCs, for example, are used to communicate with the patient or family members about potential diagnoses. Other diagnoses are used to discuss with the team or the family what the care plan should be. An RNC will not be discussed with the patient, but will be an integral part of the nursing care plan.
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