One nursing intervention that can result to a positive on the health indicator may involve a patient who is exhibiting extreme difficulty in breathing crackles through lung fields, and exhibits a productive cough. A medical diagnosis, which is very different from a nursing diagnosis, may conclude that the patient has pneumonia. A nursing diagnosis on this particular patient however will include impaired gaseous exchange, activity intolerance as well as fatigue. The nursing diagnosis in this case is more detailed and therefore the consequent care and attention should be more effective, based on the nurse’s diagnosis since they are more detailed (Carpenito, 2008). This is because the nursing diagnosis will focus on the responses to stimuli, as compared to a medical diagnosis that focuses on the disease process. Another nursing intervention that could prove vital in the health indicator involves the identification of a potential risk or problem. A nursing diagnosis in the case of “at risk of aspiration” is a good example of a nursing diagnosis that evaluates the risk of a problem occurring. To make a risk diagnosis, there will be needed to assess the risk factors involved before making an informed judgment Windshield Survey Reflection. These factors, which may include gag reflex, or facial droop will prompt the nurse to make the diagnosis that will have a positive effect on the health indicator. These kinds of diagnosis are very fundamental because they allow the nursing field to make preventive measures when dealing with patient care (Lundy, 2009).