Definition of the NANDA label
Urge urinary incontinence is a state in which the individual presents involuntary urine emission immediately after perceiving a sensation of urination urgency.
Involuntary passage of urine occurring soon after a strong sensation or urgency to void.
- Feeling of urinary urgency.
- Bladder contractions or spasms.
- Pollakiuria (frequency greater than one urination every 2 hours).
- Nocturia (more than two urinations per night).
- Urination of small amounts of urine (less than 100 ml).
- Urination of a significant amount of urine (more than 550 ml).
- Unable to access the toilet on time.
- Reduction of bladder capacity due to:
– Abdominal surgery.
– Permanent urinary catheter.
– History of pelvic inflammatory disease.
- Excessive bladder distention.
- Increased urine concentration.
- Increase in fluid intake.
- Consumption of alcohol or caffeine.
- Atrophic urethritis
- Atrophic vaginitis
- Bladder infection
- Decrease in bladder capacity
- Detrusor hyperactivity with impaired bladder contractility – Impaired bladder contractility
- Treatment regimen
- Urinary continence.
- Urinary elimination.
- Tissue integrity: skin and mucous membranes.
- Urinary bladder training.
- Management of urinary elimination.
- Urinary incontinence care.
- Perineal care.
- Pelvic floor exercises.
- Urinary habit training.
Other NANDA diagnoses:
00138 Risk for other-directed violence
00202 Risk for ineffective gastrointestinal perfusion
00025 Risk for imbalanced fluid volume
00015 Risk for constipation
00177 Stress overload
00094 Risk for activity intolerance
00049 Decreased intracranial adaptive capacity
00002 Imbalanced nutrition