Definition of the NANDA label
Total urinary incontinence is the state in which the individual presents a continuous and unpredictable loss of urine.
- Urinary flow that occurs at unpredictable intervals, without bladder distention or bladder contractions or spasms.
- Incontinence that does not respond to treatment.
- Failure in the perception of bladder filling.
- Lack of awareness of incontinence.
- Neurological dysfunction that involves the triggering of urination at unpredictable moments.
- Neurological disorder that prevents the perception of bladder filling.
- Neuromuscular injuries related to surgical practices.
- Diseases or injuries of the spinal cord or nerve roots.
- Anatomical abnormality (fistula).
- Urinary continence.
- Urinary elimination.
- Tissue integrity: skin and mucous membranes.
- Urinary incontinence care.
- Management of urinary elimination.
- Perineal care.