Definition of the NANDA label
Pattern of regulation and integration in the daily life of the person subjected to a program for the treatment of a disease and its sequelae satisfactory to achieve the specific intended health objectives.
• Choosing activities of daily living appropriate to achieve the goals of the treatment or prevention program.
• Maintenance of disease symptoms within expected limits.
• Expression of the desire to manage the treatment of the disease and the prevention of sequelae.
• Verbal expression of the attempt to reduce the most frequent risk factors or situations for disease progression and its sequelae.
• Pending development
• Compliance behavior.
• Behavior of obedience.
• Knowledge of therapeutic regimen.
• Risk control.
• Symptom control.
• Participation of the family in the assistance.
• Participation in decisions about health care.
• Agreement with the patient.
• Establishment of common objectives.
• Behavior modification.
• Health education.
• Advance guide.
• Health system guide.
• Procedural education.
• Treatment education.
• Help in modifying oneself.
• Identification of risks.
• Promotion of family involvement.
• Support in decision making.