00320 Injury Of The Complex Nugarium-Areolar

Domain 11: security/protection
Class 2: physical injury
Diagnostic Code: 00320
Nanda label: complex nipple-artDiagnostic focus: injury
approved 2020 • Evidence level 2.1

NANDA Nursing Diagnosis Definition

Nanda nursing diagnosis « complex nipple-art

Definite characteristics

  • worn skin
  • Skin coloration alteration
  • Alteration of the Grosor of the Areola-Tézón Complex
  • skin with ampoules
  • Discolored patches on the skin
  • Skin surface interruption
  • Equymosis
  • Erosted skin
  • Erythema
  • Express pain
  • Hematoma
  • Skin maceration
  • skin with scabs
  • Epithelial fissure
  • Skin ulceration
  • Skin vesicles
  • Swelling
  • Exhibition of tissues below the epidermis

Related factors

  • Breast congestion
  • hardened areola
  • Incorrect use of the milk pump
  • Inappropriate hitch
  • Chest support with the hand of the inappropriate mother
  • Infant position during inappropriate breastfeeding
  • Mother’s posture during inappropriate breastfeeding
  • Inteficuct reflex of infant suction
  • ineffective non -nutritious suction
  • Mastitis
  • Maternal anxiety on breastfeeding
  • Maternal impatience on the breastfeeding process
  • The mother does not wait for the infant to release the nipple spontaneously
  • The mother removes the breast infant ending the suction
  • Confusion with the nipple because of the use of artificial tetinas
  • Pain after the procedure
  • Prolonged exposure to moisture
  • Supplementary food
  • Use of products that eliminate the natural protection of the nipple

Risk population

  • Primiparous women
  • Single mother
  • Women <19 years of age
  • Women who breastfeed for the first time
  • Women with the Areola-Depigmerado Complex
  • Women with a history of preparation of inadequate areola -zón during care before delivery
  • Women with traumatic background in the nipple during breastfeeding
  • Women with flat nipples
  • Women with the Areola-Pink Pink Complex

Associated problems

  • anquiloglosia
  • Maxillofacial abnormalities