NANDA diagnostic List For Basic Human Needs

Below A full Nursing diagnostic List For Basic Human Needs:

1. – BREATH:

Decreased Cardiac output
Impaired Gas exchange
Ineffective airways cleaning
ineffective Respiratory pattern
Difficulty maintaining spontaneous ventilation,
Respiratory dysfunctional response to Weaning
High risk of Asphyxia
High risk of Aspiration

2. – FOOD / HYDRATION

Nutrition, altered: excess
Nutrition, altered: by default
Nutrition, potential alterations: excess
Liquids, excess volume
Liquids, Volume Deficit
Liquids, high risk of volume deficit
Self-care, deficit: feeding
Swallowing, impaired
Ineffective Breastfeeding
interrupted breastfeeding
Effective Breastfeeding
Infant Feeding ineffective pattern

3. – DISPOSAL:

Constipation
subjective Constipation
Chronic Constipation
Diarrhea
Fecal Incontinence
Urinary, impaired elimination
Urinary incontinence: stress
Urinary Incontinence: reflects
Urinary Incontinence: emergency
Urinary Incontinence: Functional
Urinary Incontinence: total
Urinary, retention
Self-care, deficit: use the potty / toilet

4. – MOBILIZATION:

Disuse, high risk of syndrome
Physical mobility, disorder
Peripheral Neurovascular, high risk of dysfunction
Activity intolerance
Fatigue
Activity, high risk of intolerance

5. – REST / SLEEP:

Sleep pattern disturbance

6. – WEAR PROPER CLOTHING AND CHOOSE:

Self-care, deficit: dressing / grooming

7. – TEMPERATURE:

Body temperature: high risk of impaired
Hypothermia
Hyperthermia
Ineffective Thermoregulation

8. – HEALTH / SKIN

Tissue perfusion, altered (specify) renal
Cerebral, cardiopulmonary, gastrointestinal, peripheral.
Tissue, impaired integrity
Oral mucous membrane, altered
Skin, impaired
Cutaneous, high risk of deterioration of the integrity
Self-care, deficit: bathing / hygiene

9. - SECURITY:

Infection, high risk of
Dysreflexia
Injury, high risk
Poisoning, high risk of
Trauma, high risk of
Protection, impaired
Family, alteration processes
Role of caregiver, overexertion in
The role of caregiver, high risk to overuse in the
Defensive coping
Denial ineffective
Ineffective family coping: disabling
Ineffective family coping: engaged
Therapeutic regimen, ineffective management of (individual)
Growth and development, altered
Transfer, stress syndrome
Pain
Chronic Pain
Bereavement dysfunctional
Early Mourning
Violence, high risk: self-injury, injury to other
Self-mutilation, high risk of
Post-traumatic response
Rape, traumatic syndrome of
Violation, trauma syndrome: compound reaction
Violation, trauma syndrome: silent reaction
Anxiety
Fear

10. – COMMUNICATION:

Verbal, disorder
Social, impaired interaction
Social isolation
Sexual dysfunction
Sexuality, altered patterns of
COPING: ineffective
Sen-so-perceptual alterations (specify) visual
auditory, kin esthetic, gustatory, tactile, olfactory.

11- Religion / Beliefs:

Spiritual suffering
Treatment, tracking no (specify)
Decisions, conflict in the making (specify)
Hopelessness
Impotence

12 – WORK / BE

Role, impaired performance
Parenteral, alteration
Parenteral, high risk of disruption
Parenteral, role conflict
Adaptation disorder
Health, generating conducts (specify)
Home, difficulties in maintaining
Health, alteration in the maintenance of
Body Image, disorder
Self-esteem disorder
Self-esteem, lack of: chronic
Self-esteem, lack of: situational
Personal, disorder

13. – RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES:

Recreation, deficit

14. – LEARN:

Coping familiar development potential
Knowledge, deficit (specify)
Thought, alteration processes