NANDA 2009-2011 Nursing Diagnosis FOOD/FLUID

 

2009-2011 NURSING DIAGNOSES
ORGANIZED ACCORDING TO A NURSING FOCUS
BY DOENGES/MOORHOUSE DIAGNOSTIC DIVISIONS

* = New diagnoses
+ = Revised diagnoses


FOOD/FLUID—Ability to maintain intake of and utilize nutrients and liquids to meet physiological needs
Breastfeeding, effective
Breastfeeding, ineffective
Breastfeeding, interrupted
Dentition, impaired
*Electrolyte Imbalance, risk for
Failure to Thrive, adult
Feeding Pattern, ineffective infant
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
Glucose, risk for unstable blood
+Liver Function, risk for impaired
Nausea
Nutrition: less than body requirements, imbalanced
Nutrition: more than body requirements, imbalanced
Nutrition: risk for more than body requirements, imbalanced
Nutrition, readiness for enhanced
Oral Mucous Membrane, impaired
Swallowing, impaired

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