00126 Deficient knowledge

00126 Deficient knowledge

Definition of the NANDA label State in which the individual and their environment lack the knowledge or specific cognitive information necessary for the maintenance or recovery of health. Absence of cognitive information related to a specific topic, or its acquisition. Defining characteristics • Verbal references to the health problem. • Verbal references that report health-related … Read more

00128 Acute confusion

00128 Acute confusion

Definition of the NANDA label Abrupt onset of a set of transitory global changes and alterations in attention, knowledge, psychomotor activity, level of consciousness and the sleep / wake cycle. Reversible disturbances of consciousness, attention, cognition and perception that develop over a short period of time, and which last less than 3 months. Defining characteristics … Read more

00129 Chronic confusion

00129 Chronic confusion

Definition of the NANDA label Irreversible, long-lasting or progressive deterioration of the intellect and personality, characterized by a decrease in the ability to interpret environmental stimuli; reduced capacity for intellectual thought processes, and manifested by memory, orientation and behavior disorders. Irreversible, progressive, insidious, and long-term alteration of intellect, behavior and personality, manifested by impairment in … Read more

00130 Thought process disorder

00130 Thought process disorder

Definition of the NANDA label State in which the individual presents a disturbance in mental processes and thought activities (perception, orientation, memory, reasoning, judgment). Defining characteristics • Inaccurate interpretation of the environment. • Cognitive dissonance. • Hyper or hypovigilance. • Inappropriate thinking not based on reality. • Tendency to be distracted. • Memory deficits and … Read more

00131 Impaired memory

00131 Impaired memory

Definition of the NANDA label Inability to recall or retrieve pieces of information or behavioral skills (Memory impairment can be attributed to pathophysiological or situational causes that may be temporary or permanent.) Persistent inability to remember or recall bits of information or skills Defining characteristics • Information or observation of experiences of forgetfulness. • Inability … Read more

00161 Readiness for enhanced knowledge

00161 Readiness for enhanced knowledge

Definition of the NANDA label The presence or acquisition of cognitive information on a specific topic is sufficient to achieve health-related goals and can be reinforced. A pattern of cognitive information related to a specific topic, or its acquisition, which can be strengthened. Defining characteristics • Shows interest in learning. • Explain your knowledge of … Read more

00173 Risk for acute confusion

00173 Risk for acute confusion

Definition of the NANDA label Risk of the appearance of reversible disorders of consciousness, attention, knowledge and perception that develop in a short period of time. Susceptible to reversible disturbances of consciousness, attention, cognition and perception that develop over a short period of time, which may compromise health. Risk factors • Alcoholism. • Decreased mobility. … Read more

00184 Readiness for enhanced decision-making

00184 Readiness for enhanced decision-making

Definition of the NANDA label Pattern of choice of course of actions that is sufficient to achieve short- and long-term health-related objectives and can be reinforced. A pattern of choosing a course of action for meeting short- and long-term health-related goals, which can be strengthened. Defining characteristics • Expresses wishes to improve decision-making. • Expresses … Read more

00199 Ineffective activity planning

00199 Ineffective activity planning

Definition of the NANDA label Inability to prepare for a set of actions fixed in time and under certain conditions. Defining characteristics • Verbalization of fear of the task to be performed. • Verbalization of concern about the task to be performed. • Excessive anxiety about the task to be done. • Failure in the … Read more