Definition of the NANDA label
Decreased peripheral blood circulation that can compromise health.
Decrease in blood circulation to the periphery, which may compromise health.
• Absence of pulses.
• Impaired motor function.
• Alteration of skin characteristics (color, elasticity, hair, nail hydration, sensitivity, temperature).
• Changes in blood pressure in the extremities.
• The lower extremities do not regain their color when lowered.
• Delayed healing of peripheral wounds.
• Decreased pulses.
• Pain in the extremities.
• Pale skin on elevation.
• Poor knowledge about aggravating factors (eg: smoking, sedentary lifestyle, trauma, obesity, salt intake, immobility).
• Poor knowledge about the disease process (eg, diabetes, hyperlipidemia).
• Mellitus diabetes.
• Sedentary lifestyle.
• Diabetes mellitus
• Endovascular procedure
• Circulatory state.
• Sensitive function: cutaneous.
• Tissue integrity: skin and mucous membranes.
• Tissue perfusion: peripheral.
• Urinary elimination.
• Hemodynamic regulation.
• Circulatory care: venous insufficiency.
• Circulatory care: arterial insufficiency.
• Circulatory precautions.
• Management of vital signs.
• Neurological monitoring.
• Electrolyte management.
• Fluid / electrolyte management.
• Handling of liquids.
• Intravenous (IV) therapy.
• Management of altered peripheral sensitivity.
• Surveillance of the skin.
• Embolism care: peripheral.