00114 Relocation stress syndrome

00114 Relocation stress syndrome

Definition of the NANDA label State in which the individual experiences a certain physiological or psychological disorder as a result of a change to a different environment. Physiological and/or psychosocial disturbance following transfer from one environment to another. Defining characteristics • Changes in environment or location. • Verbal references of resistance to change. • Verbal … Read more

00135 Complicated grieving

00135 Complicated grieving

Definition of the NANDA label Failure or prolongation in the use of intellectual and emotional responses through which individuals, families and communities try to overcome the process of modification of the self-concept caused by the perception of loss. A disorder that occurs after the death of a significant other, in which the experience of distress … Read more

00115 Risk for disorganized infant behavior

00115 Risk for disorganized infant behavior

Definition of the NANDA label Risk of suffering an alteration in the integration and modulation of the physiological and behavioral functioning systems (that is, autonomic, motor, sleep / wake, organizational, self-regulatory and attention-interaction systems). Susceptible to disintegration in the pattern of modulation of the physiological and neurobehavioral systems of functioning, which may compromise health. Risk … Read more

00141 Post-trauma syndrome

00141 Post-trauma syndrome

Definition of the NANDA label State in which the individual experiences a prolonged painful response to an overwhelming traumatic event. Sustained maladaptive response to a traumatic, overwhelming event. Defining characteristics • The individual relives the traumatic event through: – Repetitive dreams or nightmares. – Memory of scenes. – Obsessive thoughts. – Repeated verbal references to … Read more

00136 Grieving

00136 Grieving

Definition of the NANDA label Responses and intellectual and emotional behaviors through which individuals, families and communities try to overcome the process of modifying their self-concept caused by the perception of potential loss. A normal, complex process that includes emotional, physical, spiritual, social, and intellectual responses and behaviors by which individuals, families, and communities incorporate … Read more

00116 Disorganized infant behavior

00116 Disorganized infant behavior

Definition of the NANDA label Disintegration of physiological and neurobehavioral responses to the environment. Disintegration of the physiological and neurobehavioral systems of functioning. Defining characteristics Regulatory issues • Inability to inhibit startle. • Irritability. Organizational system • Active-awake (worried look, nervous attitude). • Diffuse / unclear dream. • Oscillation of sleep state. • Still-awake: – … Read more

00142 Rape-trauma syndrome

00142 Rape-trauma syndrome

Definition of the NANDA label Maladaptive and persistent response to forced, violent sexual penetration, against the will of the victim and that has a negative impact on their lifestyle. Sustained maladaptive response to a forced, violent, sexual penetration against the victim’s will and consent. Defining characteristics • Disruption of the victim’s life. • Change in … Read more

00137 Chronic sorrow

00137 Chronic sorrow

Definition of the NANDA label The person (family member, caregiver or individual with a chronic illness or disability) presents a cyclical, recurring and potentially progressive pattern of omnipresent sadness in response to a continuous loss, in the course of an illness or disability. Cyclical, recurring, and potentially progressive pattern of pervasive sadness experienced (by a … Read more

00117 Readiness for enhanced organized infant behavior

00117 Readiness for enhanced organized infant behavior

Definition of the NANDA label The pattern of integration of an infant’s physiological and behavioral functioning systems (i.e. autonomic, motor, sleep / wake, organizational, self-regulatory, and attention-interaction systems) is satisfactory but can be improved, resulting in higher levels integration in response to environmental stimuli. An integrated pattern of modulation of the physiological and neurobehavioral systems … Read more

00143 Traumatic rape syndrome: compound reaction

00143 Traumatic rape syndrome compound reaction

Definition of the NANDA label Maladaptive and persistent response to forced, violent sexual penetration, against their will and without their consent. The traumatic syndrome that develops from this attack or attempted attack includes an acute phase of disorganization of the victim’s lifestyle and a long-term process of lifestyle reorganization. Defining characteristics • Changes in lifestyle … Read more