00197 Risk for dysfunctional gastrointestinal motility

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00197 Risk for dysfunctional gastrointestinal motility

Definition of the NANDA label

Risk of increase, decrease, ineffectiveness or lack of peristaltic activity in the gastrointestinal system.

Susceptible to increased, decreased, ineffective, or lack of peristaltic activity within the gastrointestinal system, which may compromise health.

Risk factors

• Abdominal surgery.
• Aging.
• Anxiety.
• Change of diet.
• Change in water.
• Decreased gastrointestinal circulation.
• Mellitus diabetes.
• Food intolerance (eg: gluten, lactose).
• Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
• Immobility.
• Infection (eg, bacterial, parasitic, viral).
• Pharmacological agents (eg, antibiotics, laxatives, narcotics / opiates, proton pump inhibitors).
• Prematurity.
• Sedentary lifestyle.
• Stress.
• Unhealthy food preparation.

At risk population

• Aging
• Ingestion of contaminated material
• Prematurity

Associated condition

• Decrease in gastrointestinal circulation
• Diabetes mellitus
• Enteral feedings
• Food intolerance
• Gastroesophageal reflux disease
• Infection
• Pharmaceutical agent
• Treatment regimen

NOC

• Risk control.
• Bowel elimination.
• Hydration.

NIC

• Bowel management.
• Education to be parents.
• Perinatal care.
• Encourage physical activity.
• Management of constipation. Impaction.
• Handling of liquids.
• Handling of liquids. Electrolytes.
• Application of enemas.
• Environmental control.
• Education for health.

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