List of Nursing Diagnoses - NANDA I

A nursing diagnosis may be part of the nursing process and is a clinical judgement about individual, family, or community experiences/responses to actual or potential health problems/life processes. Nursing diagnoses are developed based on data obtained during the nursing assessment.

The NANDA-I system of nursing diagnosis provides for four categories.

   1. Actual diagnosis

    A clinical judgment about human experience/responses to health conditions/life processes that exist in an individual, family, or community". An example of an actual nursing diagnosis is: Sleep deprivation.

   1. Risk diagnosis

          Describes human responses to health conditions/life processes that may develop in a vulnerable individual/family/community. It is supported by risk factors that contribute to increased vulnerability. An example of a risk diagnosis is: Risk for shock.

   2. Health promotion diagnosis

          A clinical judgment about a person’s, family’s or community’s motivation and desire to increase wellbeing and actualize human health potential as expressed in the readiness to enhance specific health behaviors, and can be used in any health state. An example of a health promotion diagnosis is: Readiness for enhanced nutrition'.'

   3. Syndrome diagnosis

          A clinical judgment describing a specific cluster of nursing diagnoses that occur together, and are best addressed together and through similar interventions." An example of a syndrome diagnosis is: Relocation stress syndrome

List of Nursing Diagnoses - NANDA I

1. Activity intolerance
2. Ineffective Airway clearance
3. Latex Allergy response
4. Risk for latex Allergy response
5. Anxiety
6. Risk for Aspiration
7. Risk for impaired parent/infant/child Attachment
8. Disturbed Body image
9. Bowel incontinence
10. Ineffective Breastfeeding
11. Ineffective Breathing pattern
12. Decreased Cardiac output
13. Caregiver role strain
14. Impaired Comfort
15. Impaired verbal Communication
16. Parental role Conflict
17. Acute Confusion
18. Chronic Confusion
19. Constipation
20. Ineffective Coping

21. Compromised family Coping
22. Ineffective Denial
23. Diarrhea
24. Disturbed Energy field
25. Adult Failure to thrive
26. Risk for Falls
27. Dysfunctional Family processes: alcoholism
28. Fatigue
29. Fear
30. Deficient Fluid volume
31. Excess Fluid volume
32. Impaired Gas exchange
33. Grieving
34. Anticipatory Grieving
35. Dysfunctional Grieving
36. Delayed Growth and development
37. Ineffective Health maintenance
38. Hopelessness
39. Hyperthermia
40. Functional urinary Incontinence
41. Total urinary Incontinence
42. Risk for Infection
43. Risk for Injury
44. Deficient Knowledge (specify)
45. Readiness for enhanced Knowledge (specify)
46. Impaired Memory
47. Impaired physical Mobility
48. Nausea
49. Imbalanced Nutrition: less than body requirements
50. Imbalanced Nutrition: more than body requirements
51. Impaired Oral mucous membrane
52. Acute Pain
53. Chronic Pain
54. Impaired Parenting
55. Risk for Peripheral neurovascular dysfunction
56. Post-trauma syndrome
57. Powerlessness
58. Impaired Religiosity
59. Bathing/hygiene Self-care deficit
60. Feeding Self-care deficit
61. Risk for situational low Self-esteem
62. Disturbed Sensory perception specify: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, gustatory, tactile, olfactory
63. Impaired Skin integrity
64. Disturbed Sleep pattern
65. Spiritual distress
66. Risk for Suicide
67. Delayed Surgical recovery
68. Impaired Swallowing
69. Ineffective Therapeutic regimen management
70. Disturbed Thought processes
71. Impaired Tissue integrity
72. Ineffective Tissue perfusion specify type: renal, cerebral, cardiopulmonary, gastrointestinal, peripheral
73. Impaired Urinary elimination
74. Urinary retention
75. Wandering

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