00315 Infant’S Motor Development Delay

Domain 13: growth/development
Class 2: development
Diagnostic Code: 00315
Nanda label: infant motor development delay
Diagnostic focus: motor development
approved 2020 • Evidence level 3.1

NANDA Nursing Diagnosis Definition

Nanda nursing diagnosis « infant motor development retard as well as in the ability to mobilize and touch the environment itself.

Definite characteristics

  • Difficulty lifting your head
  • Difficulty to maintain the position of the head
  • Difficulty lifting blocks
  • Difficulty getting up
  • Difficulty to roll
  • Difficulty sitting with support
  • Difficulty sitting without support
  • Difficulty standing with help
  • Difficulty to transfer objects
  • Difficulty crawling on the hands and knees
  • It is not involved in activities
  • It does not start activities

Related factors

infant factors

  • Sensitive processing difficulty
  • Insufficient curiosity
  • Insufficient initiative
  • Insufficient persistence

Caregiver factors

  • Anxiety about infant care
  • Take the infant in arms for excessive time
  • It does not allow the infant to choose physical activities
  • It does not allow the infant to choose the toys
  • It does not encourage the infant to hold
  • It does not encourage the infant to reach
  • Does not sufficiently encourage the infant to play with other children
  • It does not imply the infant in games on body parts
  • It does not teach words of movement
  • Insufficient fine motor skills for infant
  • Insufficient thick motor skills for infant
  • Insufficient time between infant stimulation periods
  • Limit the infant’s experiences in the prone position
  • Postpartum depressive maternal symptoms
  • Negative perception of infant temperament
  • Super -stimulation of the infant
  • Perception of incompetence on infant care

Risk population

  • Male children
  • Infants between 0 and 12 months of age
  • Infants born in families at economic disadvantage
  • Infants born in large families
  • Infants born of parents with low educational levels
  • Intensive care units
  • Infants living in homes with inappropriate physical space
  • Infants whose mothers followed an inadequate prenatal diet
  • Infants below growth standards for age and sex
  • Infants with low birth weight
  • Premature infants
  • Premature infants that do not receive physiotherapy during hospitalization

Associated problems

  • 5 minutes <7 -looking score, pulse, grimace (grimace), activity and breathing (apgar)
  • Prenatal pharmacological preparations
  • Complex medical problems
  • Development delay
  • Maternal anemia in the final phase of pregnancy
  • Maternal mental health disorders in initial phases of pregnancy
  • Maternal obesity before pregnancy
  • Neonatal withdrawal syndrome
  • Neurodevelopment disorders
  • Postnatal infection of pretèrmino
  • Sensitivity disorders