00009 Autonomic dysreflexia

00009 Autonomic dysreflexia

Definition of the NANDA label Autonomic dysreflexia is the state in which a person with a spinal cord injury at the level of D7 or higher, when faced with a causal stimulus, experiences a disinhibition of the sympathetic nervous system that endangers your life. Life-threatening, uninhibited sympathetic response of the nervous system to a noxious … Read more

00010 Risk for autonomic dysreflexia

00010 Risk for autonomic dysreflexia

Definition of the NANDA label The Risk of Autonomic Dysreflexia is the state in which a person with spinal cord injury or disease at the level of D6 or higher, after spinal shock, runs the risk of disinhibition of the nervous system. nice that endangers his life. Susceptible to life-threatening, uninhibited response of the sympathetic … Read more

00049 Decreased intracranial adaptive capacity

00049 Decreased intracranial adaptive capacity

Definition of the NANDA label Compromise of the dynamics of the mechanisms that normally compensate for an increase in intracranial volume, resulting in repeated disproportionate increases in baseline intracranial pressure (ICP) in response to a variety of noxious and noxious stimuli. Compromise in intracranial fluid dynamic mechanisms that normally compensate for increases in intracranial volumes, … 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

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

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