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For more visit health-conditions.comNANDA stands for North American Nursing Diagnosis Association. Thisorganization was founded in 1982 for the purpose of standardizing the nursingterminology. The organization develops, researches, disseminates and refines thenomenclature, criteria, and taxonomy of nursing diagnoses.This article contains the complete NANDA nursing diagnosis list 2015-2017.This list is an update the oldest NANDA nursing diagnosis list 2012-2014. This lastedition of NANDA nursing diagnosis contains 235 nursing diagnoses where 26 ofthem are newly introduced, and 16 are revised diagnoses.NANDA nursing diagnosis list 2015-2017Domain 1: health PromotionClass 1. Health awareness§Deficient diversional activity§Sedentary lifestyleClass 2. Health management§Frail elderly syndrome§Risk for frail elderly syndrome§Deficient community§Risk-prone health behavior§Ineffective health maintenance§Ineffective health management§Readiness for enhanced health management§Ineffective family health management§Noncompliance§Ineffective protectionDomain 2: nutritionClass 1. Ingestion

For more visit§Insufficient breast milk§Ineffective breastfeeding§Interrupted breastfeeding§Readiness for enhanced breastfeeding§Ineffective infant feeding pattern§Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements§Readiness for enhanced nutrition§Obesity§Overweight§Risk for overweight§Impaired swallowingClass 2. DigestionNone at present timeClass 3. AbsorptionNone at present timeClass 4. Metabolism§Risk for unstable blood glucose level§Neonatal jaundice§Risk for neonatal jaundice§Risk for impaired liver functionClass 5. Hydration§Risk for electrolyte imbalance§Readiness for enhanced fluid balance§Deficient fluid volume§Risk for deficient fluid volume§Excess fluid volume§Risk for imbalanced fluid volume

For more visit health-conditions.comDomain 3: elimination and exchangeClass 1. Urinary function§Impaired urinary elimination§Readiness for enhanced urinary elimination§Functional urinary incontinence§Overflow urinary incontinence§Reflex urinary incontinence§Stress urinary incontinence§Urge urinary incontinence§Risk for urge urinary incontinence§Urinary retentionClass 2. Gastrointestinal function§Constipation§Risk for constipation§Chronic functional constipation§Risk for chronic functional constipation§Perceived constipation§Diarrhea§Dysfunctional gastrointestinal motility§Risk for dysfunctional gastrointestinal motility§Bowel incontinenceClass 3. Integumentary functionNone at this timeClass 4. Respiratory function§Impaired gas exchangeDomain 4: activity/rest

For more visit health-conditions.comClass 1. Sleep/rest§Insomnia§Sleep deprivation§Readiness for enhanced sleep§Disturbed sleep patternClass 2. Activity/exercise§Risk for disuse syndrome§Impaired bed mobility§Impaired physical mobility§Impaired wheelchair mobility§Impaired sitting§Impaired standing§Impaired transfer ability§Impaired walkingClass 3. Energy balance§Fatigue§WanderingClass 4. Cardiovascular/pulmonary responses§Activity intolerance§Risk for activity intolerance§Ineffective breathing pattern§Decreased cardiac output§Risk for decreased cardiac output§Risk for impaired cardiovascular function§Risk for ineffective gastrointestinal perfusion§Risk for ineffective renal perfusion§Impaired spontaneous ventilation§Risk for decreased cardiac tissue perfusion

For more visit§Risk for ineffective cerebral tissue perfusion§Ineffective peripheral tissue perfusion§Risk for ineffective peripheral tissue perfusion§Dysfunctional ventilatory weaning responseClass 5. Self-care§Impaired home maintenance§Bathing self-care deficit§Dressing self-care deficit§Feeding self-care deficit§Toileting self-care deficit§Readiness for enhanced self-care§Self-neglectDomain 5: Perception/CognitionClass 1. Attention§Unilateral neglectClass 2. OrientationNone at this timeClass 3. Sensation/perceptionNone at this timeClass 4. Cognition§Acute confusion§Risk for acute confusion§Chronic confusion§Labile emotional control§Ineffective impulse control

For more visit§Deficient knowledge§Readiness for enhanced knowledge§Impaired memoryClass 5. Communication§Readiness for enhanced communication§Impaired verbal communicationDomain 6: self-PerceptionClass 1. Self-concept§Readiness for enhanced hope§Hopelessness§Risk for compromised human dignity§Disturbed personal identity§Risk for disturbed personal identity§Readiness for enhanced self-conceptClass 2. Self-esteem§Chronic low self-esteem§Risk for chronic low self-esteem§Situational low self-esteem§Risk for situational low self-esteemClass 3. Body image§Disturbed body imageDomain 7: role relationshipsClass 1. Caregiving roles§Caregiver role strain§Risk for caregiver role strain

For more visit§Impaired parenting§Readiness for enhanced parenting§Risk for impaired parentingClass 2. Family relationships§Risk for impaired attachment§Dysfunctional family processes§Interrupted family processes§Readiness for enhanced family processesClass 3. Role performance§Ineffective relationship§Readiness for enhanced relationship§Risk for ineffective relationship§Parental role conflict§Ineffective role performance§Impaired social interactionDomain 8: sexualityClass 1. Sexual identityNone at present timeClass 2. Sexual function§Sexual dysfunction§Ineffective sexuality patternClass 3. Reproduction§Ineffective childbearing process§Readiness for enhanced childbearing process§Risk for ineffective childbearing process

For more visit§Risk for disturbed maternal–fetal dyadDomain 9: Coping/stress toleranceClass 1. Post-trauma responses Post-trauma syndrome§Risk for post-trauma syndrome§Rape-trauma syndrome§Relocation stress syndrome§Risk for relocation stress syndromeClass 2. Coping responses§Ineffective activity planning§Risk for ineffective activity planning§Anxiety§Defensive coping§Ineffective coping§Readiness for enhanced coping§Ineffective community coping§Readiness for enhanced community coping§Compromised family coping§Disabled family coping§Readiness for enhanced family coping§Death anxiety§Ineffective denial§Fear§Grieving§Complicated grieving§Risk for complicated grieving§Impaired mood regulation§Readiness for enhanced power§Powerlessness§Risk for powerlessness

For more visit§Impaired resilience§Readiness for enhanced resilience§Risk for impaired resilience§Chronic sorrow§Stress overloadClass 3. Neurobehavioral stress§Decreased intracranial adaptive capacity§Autonomic dysreflexia§Risk for autonomic dysreflexia§Disorganized infant behavior§Readiness for enhanced organized infant behavior§Risk for disorganized infant behaviorDomain 10: life PrinciplesClass 1. ValuesNone at this timeClass 2. Beliefs§Readiness for enhanced spiritual well-beingClass 3. Value/belief/action congruence§Readiness for enhanced decision-making§Decisional conflict§Impaired emancipated decision-making§Readiness for enhanced emancipated§Decision-making§Risk for impaired emancipated decision-making§Moral distress§Impaired religiosity§Readiness for enhanced religiosity

For more visit§Risk for impaired religiosity§Spiritual distress§Risk for spiritual distressDomain 11: safety/ProtectionClass 1. Infection§Risk for infectionClass 2. Physical injury§Ineffective airway clearance§Risk for aspiration§Risk for bleeding§Risk for dry eye§Risk for fallsRisk for injury§Risk for corneal injury§Risk for perioperative positioning injury§Risk for thermal injury§Risk for urinary tract injury§Impaired dentition§Impaired oral mucous membrane§Risk for impaired oral mucous membrane§Risk for peripheral neurovascular dysfunction§Risk for pressure ulcer§Risk for shock§Impaired skin integrity§Risk for impaired skin integrity§Risk for sudden infant death syndrome§Risk for suffocationDelayed surgical recovery§Risk for delayed surgical recovery§Impaired tissue integrity§Risk for impaired tissue integrity

For more visit§Risk for trauma§Risk for vascular traumaClass 3. Violence§Risk for other-directed violence§Risk for self-directed violence§Self-mutilation§Risk for self-mutilation§Risk for suicideClass 4. Environmental hazards§Contamination§Risk for contamination§Risk for poisoningClass 5. Defensive processes§Risk for adverse reaction to iodinated contrast media§Risk for allergy response§Latex allergy response§Risk for latex allergy responseClass 6. Thermoregulation§Risk for imbalanced body temperature§Hyperthermia§Hypothermia§Risk for hypothermia§Risk for perioperative hypothermia§Ineffective thermoregulationDomain 12: ComfortClass 1. Physical comfort

For more visit§Impaired comfort§Readiness for enhanced comfort§Nausea§Acute pain§Chronic pain§Labor pain§Chronic pain syndromeClass 2. Environmental comfort§Impaired comfort§Readiness for enhanced comfortClass 3. Social comfort§Impaired comfort§Readiness for enhanced comfort§Risk for loneliness§Social isolationDomain 13: growth/DevelopmentClass 1. Growth§Risk for disproportionate growthClass 2. Development§Risk for delayed developmentNursing Diagnoses accepted for Development and Clinical Validation 2015–2017§Disturbed energy field

For more visit § Risk for ineffective cerebral tissue perfusion § Ineffective peripheral tissue perfusion § Risk for ineffective peripheral tissue perfusion § Dysfunctional ventilatory weaning response Class 5. Self-care § Impaired home maintenance § Bathing self-care deficit

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