I Wannt NANDA diagnosis list plzz - page 2

hi I a student nurse third level and i have problem when i write diagnosis for any case so plz help me to obtain the NANDA diagnosis list for 2005 . any one have this list plzz give it to me ... Read More

  1. by   nurse4theplanet
    Okay, I found the link to the new/revised diagnosis. Still don't have the complete list but this is what is different from the 2004-2005 version:

    New and Revised Nursing Diagnoses Approved at the 2005-2006 NANDA International Conference New Nursing Diagnoses:
    impaired Religiosity
    readiness for enhanced Religiosity
    risk for dysfunctional Grieving
    risk for impaired Religiosity
    sedentary Lifestyle

    Revised Nursing Diagnoses
    dysfunctional Grieving
    disturbed Energy Field
    risk for Spiritual Distress

    here is the link if you want more information regarding these Dx

    www.fadavis.com/resources/ New%20and%20Revised%20Nursing%20DiagnosesApproved_ at_the_2005-2006_NANDA.pdf

    wow...so I guess the word religiosity is now in Websters too? sounds so funny to me!
  2. by   Nursing Eyes
    thanx for that but i wannt to ask u a fover or service

    plzzzzzzzz work to obtain the copy of nursing Dx for me that becouse less of books in my cuntry

    if u belife me i do nursing Dx from NANDA list 1996
  3. by   nurse4theplanet
    The list from 1996 is ten years old now but nearly identical to the current list. It should serve you just fine. Use the websites also listed in this thread. If you have any specific care plan questions...just post them here.
  4. by   montinurse
    Thanks, Julielpn, I copied your list to my computer!
  5. by   tlc0710
    Please send a copy of the NANDA diagnosis. I am enrolled in a LPN-BSN program and need these for class. I can not find them online anywhere. I have checked NANDA's site. Thank you
  6. by   Daytonite
    Hi, tlc0710 and welcome to allnurses!

    You can see some of the nursing diagnoses posted on the other replies to this thread. The NANDA nursing diagnoses are proprietary. That means that NANDA (North American Nursing Diagnosis Association) owns them and they cannot be reprinted or copied without getting permission from NANDA. There are currently 188 nursing diagnoses. You will not find them on their website or printed anywhere on the Internet that you can access for free. The authors of care plan and nursing diagnosis books pay NANDA a fee to use the official nursing diagnoses in their books. NANDA publishes a small pocketbook sized book for about $29 that has all 188 nursing diagnoses in it. For each it includes it's definition, related factors and defining characteristics, if appropriate. You can order the book directly from NANDA from their web site.
    • NANDA-I Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classification 2007-2008 published by NANDA International.
    An alternative would be to buy a current book of nursing diagnoses written by an nursing author. These kinds of books will generally have nursing interventions included with the various nursing diagnoses as well as other features.
  7. by   Mas Catoer
    i just extract from cox's book 2002
    the diagnoses separated by gordon's functional helath pattern
    hope this might help some of you :spin:.

    health perception–health management pattern
    1. energy field, disturbed.
    2. health maintenance, ineffective.
    3. health-seeking behaviors (specify).
    4. infection, risk for.
    5. injury, risk for.
    6. latex allergy response, risk for and actual.
    7. management of therapeutic regimen, effective.
    8. management of therapeutic regimen (individual, family, community),ineffective.
    9. perioperative-positioning injury, risk for.
    10. protection, ineffective.
    11. surgical recovery, delayed.
    nutritional-metabolic pattern
    12. adult failure to thrive.
    13. aspiration, risk for.
    14. body temperature, imbalanced, risk for.
    15. breastfeeding, effective.
    16. breastfeeding, ineffective.
    17. breastfeeding, interrupted.
    18. dentition, impaired.
    19. fluid volume, deficient, risk for and actual.
    20. fluid volume, excess.
    21. fluid volume, imbalanced, risk for.
    22. hyperthermia.
    23. hypothermia.
    24. infant feeding pattern, ineffective.
    25. nausea.
    26. nutrition, imbalanced, less than body requirements.
    27. nutrition, imbalanced, more than body requirements, risk for and actual.
    28. swallowing, impaired.
    29. thermoregulation, ineffective.
    30. tissue integrity, impaired.
    elimination pattern
    31. bowel incontinence.
    32. constipation, risk for, actual, and perceived.
    33. diarrhea.
    34. urinary incontinence.
    35. urinary retention.
    activity-exercise pattern
    36. activity intolerance, risk for and actual.
    37. airway clearance, ineffective.
    38. autonomic dysreflexia, risk for and actual.
    39. bed mobility, impaired.
    40. breathing pattern, ineffective.
    41. cardiac output, decreased.
    42. disuse syndrome, risk for.
    43. diversional activity, deficient.
    44. dysfunctional ventilatory weaning response (dvwr).
    45. falls, risk for.
    46. fatigue.
    47. gas exchange, impaired.
    48. growth and development, delayed; disproportionate growth, risk for;delayed development, risk for.
    49. home maintenance, impaired.
    50. infant behavior, disorganized, risk for and actual, and readiness forenhanced organized.
    51. peripheral neurovascular dysfunction, risk for.
    52. physical mobility, impaired.
    53. self-care deficit (feeding, bathing-hygiene, dressing-grooming, toileting).
    54. spontaneous ventilation, impaired.
    55. tissue perfusion, ineffective (specify type: renal, cerebral, cardiopulmonary, gastrointestinal, peripheral).
    56. transfer ability, impaired.
    57. walking, impaired.
    58. wandering.
    59. wheelchair mobility, impaired.
    sleep-rest pattern
    60. sleep deprivation.
    61. sleep pattern, disturbed.
    cognitive-perceptual pattern
    62. adaptive capacity, intracranial, decreased.
    63. confusion, acute and chronic.
    64. decisional conflict (specify).
    65. environmental interpretation syndrome, impaired.
    66. knowledge, deficient (specify).
    67. memory, impaired.
    68. pain, acute and chronic.
    69. sensory perception, disturbed (specify: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, gustatory,tactile, olfactory)



    70. thought process, disturbed.
    71. unilateral neglect.
    self-perception and self-concept pattern
    72. anxiety.
    73. body image, disturbed.
    74. death anxiety.
    75. fear.
    76. hopelessness.
    77. loneliness, risk for.
    78. personal identity, disturbed.
    79. powerlessness, risk for and actual.
    80. self-esteem, chronic low, situational low, and risk for situational low.
    81. self-mutilation, risk for and actual.
    role-relationship pattern
    82. caregiver role strain, risk for and actual.
    83. family processes, interrupted, and family processes, dysfunctional:alcoholism.
    84. grieving, anticipatory.
    85. grieving, dysfunctional.
    86. parent, infant, and child attachment, impaired, risk for.
    87. parenting, impaired, risk for and actual, and parental role conflict.
    88. relocation stress syndrome, risk for and actual.
    89. role performance, ineffective.
    90. social interaction, impaired.
    91. social isolation.
    92. sorrow, chronic.
    93. verbal communication, impaired.
    94. violence, self-directed and other-directed, risk for.
    sexuality-reproductive pattern
    95. rape-trauma syndrome: compound reaction and silent reaction.
    96. sexual dysfunction.
    97. sexuality patterns, ineffective.
    coping–stress tolerance pattern
    98. adjustment, impaired.
    99. community coping, ineffective and readiness for enhanced.
    100. family coping, compromised and disabled.
    101. family coping, readiness for enhanced.
    102. individual coping, ineffective.
    103. post-trauma syndrome, risk for and actual.
    104. suicide, risk for.
    value-belief pattern
    105. spiritual distress, risk for and actual.
    106. spiritual well-being, readiness for enhanced.

    alphabetically:

    activity intolerance, risk for and actual.
    adaptive capacity, intracranial, decreased.
    adjustment, impaired.
    adult failure to thrive.
    airway clearance, ineffective.
    anxiety.
    aspiration, risk for.
    autonomic dysreflexia, risk for and actual.
    bed mobility, impaired.
    body image, disturbed.
    body temperature, imbalanced, risk for.
    bowel incontinence.
    breastfeeding, effective.
    breastfeeding, ineffective.
    breastfeeding, interrupted.
    breathing pattern, ineffective.
    cardiac output, decreased.
    caregiver role strain, risk for and actual.
    community coping, ineffective and readiness for enhanced.
    confusion, acute and chronic.
    constipation, risk for, actual, and perceived.
    death anxiety.
    decisional conflict (specify).
    dentition, impaired.
    diarrhea.
    disuse syndrome, risk for.
    diversional activity, deficient.
    dysfunctional ventilatory weaning response (dvwr).
    energy field, disturbed.
    environmental interpretation syndrome, impaired.
    falls, risk for.
    family coping, compromised and disabled.
    family coping, readiness for enhanced.
    family processes, interrupted, and family processes, dysfunctional:alcoholism.
    fatigue.
    fear.
    fluid volume, deficient, risk for and actual.
    fluid volume, excess.
    fluid volume, imbalanced, risk for.
    gas exchange, impaired.
    grieving, anticipatory.
    grieving, dysfunctional.
    growth and development, delayed; disproportionate growth, risk for;delayed development, risk for.
    health maintenance, ineffective.
    health-seeking behaviors (specify).
    home maintenance, impaired.
    hopelessness.
    hyperthermia.
    hypothermia.
    individual coping, ineffective.
    infant behavior, disorganized, risk for and actual, and readiness forenhanced organized.
    infant feeding pattern, ineffective.
    infection, risk for.
    injury, risk for.
    knowledge, deficient (specify).
    latex allergy response, risk for and actual.
    loneliness, risk for.
    management of therapeutic regimen (individual, family, community),ineffective.
    management of therapeutic regimen, effective.
    memory, impaired.
    nausea.
    nutrition, imbalanced, less than body requirements.
    nutrition, imbalanced, more than body requirements, risk for and actual.
    pain, acute and chronic.
    parent, infant, and child attachment, impaired, risk for.
    parenting, impaired, risk for and actual, and parental role conflict.
    perioperative-positioning injury, risk for.
    peripheral neurovascular dysfunction, risk for.
    personal identity, disturbed.
    physical mobility, impaired.
    post-trauma syndrome, risk for and actual.
    powerlessness, risk for and actual.
    protection, ineffective.
    rape-trauma syndrome: compound reaction and silent reaction.
    relocation stress syndrome, risk for and actual.
    role performance, ineffective.
    self-care deficit (feeding, bathing-hygiene, dressing-grooming, toileting).
    self-esteem, chronic low, situational low, and risk for situational low.
    self-mutilation, risk for and actual.
    sensory perception, disturbed (specify: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, gustatory,tactile, olfactory)



    sexual dysfunction.
    sexuality patterns, ineffective.
    sleep deprivation.
    sleep pattern, disturbed.
    social interaction, impaired.
    social isolation.
    sorrow, chronic.
    spiritual distress, risk for and actual.
    spiritual well-being, readiness for enhanced.
    spontaneous ventilation, impaired.
    suicide, risk for.
    surgical recovery, delayed.
    swallowing, impaired.
    thermoregulation, ineffective.
    thought process, disturbed.
    tissue integrity, impaired.
    tissue perfusion, ineffective (specify type: renal, cerebral, cardiopulmonary, gastrointestinal, peripheral).
    transfer ability, impaired.
    unilateral neglect.
    urinary incontinence.
    urinary retention.
    verbal communication, impaired.
    violence, self-directed and other-directed, risk for.
    walking, impaired.
    wandering.
    wheelchair mobility, impaired.
    Last edit by Mas Catoer on Apr 11, '09
  8. by   evelynj
    This link will take you to NANDA 2005

    http://www.delmarlearning.com/compan...laune_AppA.pdf
  9. by   evelynj
    Last edit by evelynj on Jul 14, '09 : Reason: duplicat to message 2
  10. by   mom35
    [color=#005a9b]appendix 1. nanda-i's taxonomy ii

    the 13 domains and their classes are:


    domain 1 health promotion:


    the awareness of well-being or normality of function and the strategies used to maintain control of and enhance that well-being or normality of function


    class 1 health awareness: recognition of normal function and well-being


    class 2 health management: identifying, controlling, performing, and integrating activities to maintain health and well-being


    domain 2 nutrition:


    the activities of taking in, assimilating, and using nutrients for the purposes of tissue maintenance, tissue repair, and the production of energy


    class 1 ingestion: taking food or nutrients into the body


    class 2 digestion: the physical and chemical activities that convert foodstuffs into substances suitable for absorption and assimilation


    class 3 absorption: the act of taking up nutrients through body tissues


    class 4 metabolism: the chemical and physical processes occurring in living organisms and cells for the development and use of protoplasm, production of waste and energy, with the release of energy for all vital processes


    class 5 hydration: the taking in and absorption of fluids and electrolytes


    domain 3 elimination:


    secretion and excretion of waste products from the body


    class 1 urinary function: the process of secretion, reabsorption, and excretion of urine


    class 2 gastrointestinal function: the process of absorption and excretion of the end products of digestion


    class 3 integumentary function: the process of secretion and excretion through the skin


    class 4 respiratory function: the process of exchange of gases and removal of the end products of metabolism


    domain 4 activity/rest:


    the production, conservation, expenditure, or balance of energy resources


    class 1 sleep/rest: slumber, repose, ease, or inactivity


    class 2 activity/exercise: moving parts of the body (mobility), doing work, or performing actions often (but not always) against resistance


    class 3 energy balance: a dynamic state of harmony between intake and expenditure of resources


    class 4 cardiovascular/pulmonary responses: cardiopulmonary mechanisms that support activity/rest


    class 5 self-care: ability to perform activities to care for one's body and bodily functions


    domain 5 perception/cognition:


    the human information processing system including attention, orientation, sensation, perception, cognition, and communication


    class 1 attention: mental readiness to notice or observe


    class 2 orientation: awareness of time, place, and person


    class 3 sensation/perception: receiving information through the senses of touch, taste, smell, vision, hearing, and kinesthesia and the comprehension of sense data resulting in naming, associating, and/or pattern recognition


    class 4 cognition: use of memory, learning, thinking, problem solving, abstraction, judgment, insight, intellectual capacity, calculation, and language


    class 5 communication: sending and receiving verbal and nonverbal information


    domain 6 self-perception:


    awareness about the self


    class 1 self-concept: the perception(s) about the total self


    class 2 self-esteem: assessment of one's own worth, capability, significance, and success


    class 3 body image: a mental image of one's own body


    domain 7 role relationships:


    the positive and negative connections or associations between people or groups of people and the means by which those connections are demonstrated


    class 1 caregiving roles: socially expected behavior patterns by people providing care who are not healthcare professionals


    class 2 family relationships: associations of people who are biologically related or related by choice


    class 3 role performance: quality of functioning in socially expected behavior patterns


    domain 8 sexuality:


    sexual identity, sexual function, and reproduction


    class 1 sexual identity: the state of being a specific person in regard to sexuality and/or gender


    class 2 sexual function: the capacity or ability to participate in sexual activities


    class 3 reproduction: any process by which human beings are produced


    domain 9 coping/stress tolerance:


    contending with life events/ life processes


    class 1 post-trauma responses: reactions occurring after physical or psychological trauma


    class 2 coping responses: the process of managing environmental stress


    class 3 neurobehavioral stress: behavioral responses reflecting nerve and brain function


    domain 10 life principles:


    principles underlying conduct, thought, and behavior about acts, customs, or institutions viewed as being true or having intrinsic worth


    class 1 values: the identification and ranking of preferred mode of conduct or end states


    class 2 beliefs: opinions, expectations, or judgments about acts, customs, or institutions viewed as being true or having intrinsic worth


    class 3 value/belief/action congruence: the correspondence or balance achieved between values, beliefs, and actions


    domain 11 safety/protection:


    freedom from danger, physical injury, or immune system damage; preservation from loss; and protection of safety and security


    class 1 infection: host responses following pathogenic invasion


    class 2 physical injury: bodily harm or hurt


    class 3 violence: the exertion of excessive force or power so as to cause injury or abuse


    class 4 environmental hazards: sources of danger in the surroundings


    class 5 defensive processes: the processes by which the self protects itself from the non-self


    class 6 thermoregulation: the physiological process of regulating heat and energy within the body for purposes of protecting the organism


    domain 12 comfort:


    sense of mental, physical, or social well-being or ease


    class 1 physical comfort: sense of well-being or ease and/or freedom from pain


    class 2 environmental comfort: sense of well-being or ease in/with one's environment


    class 3 social comfort: sense of well-being or ease with one's social situations


    domain 13 growth/development:


    age-appropriate increases in physical dimensions, maturation of organ systems, and/or progression through the developmental milestone[s]


    class 1 growth: increases in physical dimensions or maturity of organ systems


    class 2 development: progression or regression through a sequence of recognized milestones in life


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  11. by   mom35
    Table 2-1. Nursing Diagnoses Accepted for Use and Research (2007-2008) Activity Intolerance [specify level]
    Activity Intolerance, risk for
    Airway Clearance, ineffective
    *Allergy Response, latex
    *Allergy Response, risk for latex
    Anxiety [specify level]
    *Anxiety, death
    Aspiration, risk for
    Attachment, risk for impaired parent/child
    Autonomic Dysreflexia
    Autonomic Dysreflexia, risk for
    *Behavior, risk-prone health (previously Adjustment, impaired)
    Body Image, disturbed
    Body Temperature, risk for imbalanced
    Bowel Incontinence
    Breastfeeding, effective
    Breastfeeding, ineffective
    Breastfeeding, interrupted
    Breathing Pattern, ineffective
    Cardiac Output, decreased
    Caregiver Role Strain
    Caregiver Role Strain, risk for
    +Comfort, readiness for enhanced
    Communication, impaired verbal
    Communication, readiness for enhanced
    *Conflict, decisional (specify)
    Conflict, parental role
    *Confusion, acute
    +Confusion, risk for acute
    Confusion, chronic
    Constipation
    Constipation, perceived
    Constipation, risk for
    +Contamination
    +Contamination, risk for
    Coping, compromised family
    Coping, defensive
    Coping, disabled family
    Coping, ineffective
    Coping, ineffective community
    Coping, readiness for enhanced
    Coping, readiness for enhanced community
    Coping, readiness for enhanced family
    Death Syndrome, risk for sudden infant
    +Decision Making, readiness for enhanced
    *Denial, ineffective
    Dentition, impaired
    Development, risk for delayed
    Diarrhea
    +Dignity, risk for compromised human
    +Distress, moral
    Disuse Syndrome, risk for
    Diversional Activity, deficient
    Energy Field, disturbed
    Environmental Interpretation Syndrome, impaired
    Failure to Thrive, adult
    Falls, risk for
    Family Processes: alcoholism, dysfunctional
    Family Processes, interrupted
    Family Processes, readiness for enhanced
    Fatigue
    Fear [specify focus]
    Fluid Balance, readiness for enhanced
    [Fluid Volume, deficient hyper/hypotonic]
    Fluid Volume, deficient [isotonic]
    Fluid Volume, excess
    Fluid Volume, risk for deficient
    Fluid Volume, risk for imbalanced
    Gas Exchange, impaired
    +Glucose, risk for unstable blood
    *Grieving (previously Grieving, anticipatory)
    *Grieving, complicated (previously Grieving, dysfunctional)
    *Grieving, risk for complicated (previously Grieving, risk for dysfunctional)
    Growth, risk for disproportionate
    Growth and Development, delayed
    Health Maintenance, ineffective
    Health-Seeking Behaviors (specify)
    Home Maintenance, impaired
    +Hope, readiness for enhanced
    Hopelessness
    Hyperthermia
    Hypothermia
    Identity, disturbed personal
    +Immunization Status, readiness for enhanced
    Infant Behavior, disorganized
    Infant Behavior, readiness for enhanced organized
    Infant Behavior, risk for disorganized
    *Infant Feeding Pattern, ineffective
    Infection, risk for
    Injury, risk for
    *Injury, risk for perioperative positioning
    *Insomnia (replaced Sleep Pattern, disturbed)
    Intracranial Adaptive Capacity, decreased
    Knowledge, deficient [Learning Need] (specify)
    Knowledge (specify), readiness for enhanced
    Lifestyle, sedentary
    +Liver Function, risk for impaired
    *Loneliness, risk for
    Memory, impaired
    *Mobility, impaired bed
    Mobility, impaired physical
    *Mobility, impaired wheelchair
    Nausea
    *Neglect, unilateral
    Noncompliance [ineffective Adherence] [specify]
    Nutrition: less than body requirements, imbalanced
    Nutrition: more than body requirements, imbalanced
    Nutrition: more than body requirements, risk for imbalanced
    Nutrition, readiness for enhanced
    Oral Mucous Membrane, impaired
    Pain, acute
    Pain, chronic
    Parenting, impaired
    Parenting, readiness for enhanced
    Parenting, risk for impaired
    Peripheral Neurovascular Dysfunction, risk for
    *Poisoning, risk for
    Post-Trauma Syndrome [specify stage]
    Post-Trauma Syndrome, risk for
    +Power, readiness for enhanced
    Powerlessness [specify level]
    Powerlessness, risk for
    Protection, ineffective
    Rape-Trauma Syndrome
    Rape-Trauma Syndrome: compound reaction
    Rape-Trauma Syndrome: silent reaction
    Religiosity, impaired
    Religiosity, readiness for enhanced
    Religiosity, risk for impaired
    Relocation Stress Syndrome
    Relocation Stress Syndrome, risk for
    Role Performance, ineffective
    +Self-Care, readiness for enhanced
    Self-Care Deficit, bathing/hygiene
    Self-Care Deficit, dressing/grooming
    Self-Care Deficit, feeding
    Self-Care Deficit, toileting
    Self-Concept, readiness for enhanced
    Self-Esteem, chronic low
    Self-Esteem, situational low
    Self-Esteem, risk for situational low
    Self-Mutilation
    Self-Mutilation, risk for
    Sensory Perception, disturbed (specify: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, gustatory, tactile, olfactory)
    *Sexual Dysfunction
    *Sexuality Pattern, ineffective
    Skin Integrity, impaired
    Skin Integrity, risk for impaired
    Sleep, readiness for enhanced
    Sleep Deprivation
    Social Interaction, impaired
    Social Isolation
    Sorrow, chronic
    Spiritual Distress
    Spiritual Distress, risk for
    Spiritual Well-Being, readiness for enhanced
    +Stress Overload
    Suffocation, risk for
    Suicide, risk for
    *Surgical Recovery, delayed
    Swallowing, impaired
    Therapeutic Regimen Management, effective
    Therapeutic Regimen Management, ineffective community
    Therapeutic Regimen Management, ineffective family
    Therapeutic Regimen Management, ineffective
    Therapeutic Regimen Management, readiness for enhanced
    Thermoregulation, ineffective
    Thought Processes, disturbed
    Tissue Integrity, impaired
    Tissue Perfusion, ineffective (specify type: renal, cerebral, cardiopulmonary, gastrointestinal, peripheral)
    *Transfer Ability, impaired
    Trauma, risk for
    *Urinary Elimination, impaired
    Urinary Elimination, readiness for enhanced
    Urinary Incontinence, functional
    +Urinary Incontinence, overflow
    Urinary Incontinence, reflex
    *Urinary Incontinence, stress
    Urinary Incontinence, total
    *Urinary Incontinence, urge
    Urinary Incontinence, risk for urge
    Urinary Retention [acute/chronic]
    Ventilation, impaired spontaneous
    Ventilatory Weaning Response, dysfunctional
    Violence, [actual/] risk for other-directed
    Violence, [actual/] risk for self-directed
    *Walking, impaired
    Wandering [specify sporadic or continuous]
    +New to the 4th NANDA/NIC/NOC (NNN) Conference
    *Revised ND
    Used with permission from NANDA International: Definitions and Classification, 2007-2008. NANDA, Philadelphia, 2007.
    Information in brackets added by authors to clarify and enhance the use of nursing diagnoses.
    Please also see the NANDA diagnoses grouped according to Gordon's Functional Health Patterns on the inside front cover.
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  12. by   montinurse
    I don't know if anyone's mentioned this (didn't read through previous threads) but GET A GOOD careplan book! It helped spark ideas during nursing school. Don't copy word for word, tailor it to fit your patient. But it helps with "writer's block". Good luck.
    Jenny

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