00001 Nutritional imbalance due to excess

00001 Nutritional imbalance due to excess

Definition of the NANDA label Nutritional imbalance due to excess is the state in which the individual consumes an amount of food that exceeds their metabolic demands. Defining characteristics Weight 10 to 20% higher than the ideal weight according to height and physical complexion. Cutaneous fold at the level of the triceps greater than 15mm … Read more

00002 Imbalanced nutrition

00002 Imbalanced nutrition

Definition of the NANDA label The Imbalanced nutrition is the state in which the individual consumes an insufficient amount of food to meet their metabolic demands. “Intake of nutrients insufficient to meet metabolic needs.” Defining characteristics Weight loss with adequate intake. Weight 20% lower than the ideal weight according to height and physical complexion. Report … Read more

00003 Risk of nutritional imbalance due to excess

00003 Risk of nutritional imbalance due to excess

Definition of the NANDA label The Risk of nutritional imbalance due to excess is the state in which the individual runs the risk of consuming an amount of food that is higher than her metabolic demands. Defining characteristics Presence of the following risk factors: Reference or observation of obesity in one or both parents. Appreciation … Read more

00103 Impaired swallowing

00103 Impaired swallowing

Definition of the NANDA label State in which the individual presents an abnormal functioning of the swallowing mechanism associated with a deficit of the oral, pharyngeal or esophageal structure or function. Abnormal functioning of the swallowing mechanism associated with deficits in oral, pharyngeal, or esophageal structure or function. Defining characteristics Impaired pharyngeal phase • Alteration … Read more

00107 Ineffective infant feeding pattern

00107 Ineffective infant feeding pattern

Definition of the NANDA label State in which the child shows difficulties in sucking or coordinating the sucking and swallowing reflexes. Impaired ability of an infant to suck or coordinate the suck-swallow response resulting in inadequate oral nutrition for metabolic needs. Defining characteristics • Inability to initiate or maintain effective suction. • Difficulty coordinating sucking, … Read more