Psychosocial Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan

psychosocial nursing diagnosis

Definition: A NANDA Psychosocial Nursing Diagnosis refers to the identification of a client’s psychosocial needs or problems that can be addressed through nursing interventions. It focuses on the psychological, emotional, and social aspects of an individual’s well-being. Defining Characteristics: These are observable signs and symptoms that indicate the presence of a psychosocial problem. Defining characteristics … Read more

Anasarca Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan

Anasarca Nursing Diagnosis

Definition: Anasarca is a condition characterized by generalized severe edema throughout the body, leading to significant swelling in the subcutaneous tissues and body cavities. Defining Characteristics of Anasarca: Subjective (Client’s report): Patients may report: Objective (Observable signs): Nurses may observe: Related Factors: The following factors may contribute to the development of anasarca: Risk Population: Individuals … Read more

Cleft Lip and Palate Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan

Cleft Lip and Palate Nursing Care

Nanda Nursing Diagnosis Definition: Cleft Lip and Palate: Cleft lip and palate refer to a congenital condition characterized by a split or opening in the lip and/or roof of the mouth (palate). This condition occurs during fetal development when the facial structures fail to fuse properly. Cleft lip and palate can vary in severity, ranging … Read more

Croup Nursing Diagnosis and Care Plan

Croup Nursing Diagnosis

Definition of Croup Croup is a viral infection that affects the upper airway, specifically the larynx and trachea, leading to inflammation and swelling. It is commonly seen in children between the ages of six months and three years. Croup is characterized by a barking cough, hoarseness, and difficulty breathing, which can be alarming for both … Read more

Sedentary Lifestyle Nursing Diagnosis

sedentary lifestyle nursing diagnosis

Definition: A sedentary lifestyle refers to a state of physical inactivity or low levels of activity that may have negative effects on an individual’s overall health and well-being. It is characterized by engaging in activities that require minimal physical effort and spending a significant amount of time in sedentary behaviors such as sitting or lying … Read more