00113 Disproportionate growth risk

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00113 Disproportionate growth risk

Definition of the NANDA label

Growth risk above the 97th percentile or below the 3rd percentile for age, crossing two percentile channels; disproportionate growth.

Risk factors

Prenatal

• Congenital or genetic disorders.
• Maternal nutrition.
• Multiple gestation.
• Exposure to teratogens.
• Use or abuse of substances.
• Maternal infection.

Individual

• Malnutrition.
• Maladaptive eating behaviors of the individual or caregiver.
• Infection.
• Prematurity.
• Organic and inorganic factors.
• Anorexy.
• Insatiable appetite.
• Chronic disease.
• Substance abuse.

Environmental

• Deprivation.
• Teratogens.
• Lead poisoning.
• Poverty.
• Violence.
• Natural disasters.

From the caregiver

• Bad treatments.
• Mental illness, mental retardation, severe learning disability.

NOC

• Increase.
• Child development .: specify.

NIC

• Nutrition management.
• Weight management.
• Nutritional monitoring.
• Baby care.
• Teaching: infant nutrition.
• Analysis of the health situation.
• Teaching: Young Child Nutrition.

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