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 consequences sufficient to achieve the intended health objectives and that can be reinforced.
A pattern of regulating and integrating into daily living a therapeutic regimen for the treatment of illness and its sequelae, which can be strengthened.
• Expresses desire to manage the treatment of the disease and the prevention of sequelae.
• Choices in daily living are appropriate to meet prevention or treatment goals.
• Manifests little or no difficulty in regulating or integrating one or more of the regimens prescribed for the treatment of the disease or for the prevention of possible complications.
• Describes the reduction of risk factors for the progression of the disease and its sequelae.
• There is no unexpected acceleration of the symptoms of the disease.
• Compliance behavior.
• Behavior of obedience.
• Risk control.
• Symptom control.
• Participation in decisions about health care.
• Agreement with the patient.
• Establishment of common objectives.
• Behavior modification.
• Health education.
• Advance guide.
• Health system guide.
• Education, procedure.
• Education, treatment.
• Help in modifying oneself