Risk for Injury
The risk of injury as a result of the interaction of environmental conditions with individual adaptive response and defense sources.
Risk Factors :
- Mode of transport or manner displacement.
- Human or health care provider (eg, nosocomial agent).
- Patterns of employment: cognitive, affective, and psychomotor factors.
- Physical (example: the design of the structure and direction of the community, building and or equipment).
- Nutrition (example: vitamins and food type.)
- Biological (eg, immunization rates in communities, microorganisms).
- Chemistry (pollutants, toxins, drug, pharmaceutical agent, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine, preservatives, cosmetics, dye (dye fabric)).
- Psikolgik (affective orientation)
- Mal nutrition
- Forms of abnormal blood, eg, leukocytosis / leukopenia, changes in clotting factors, thrombocytopenia, sickle cell, thalassemia, decreased hemoglobin, Immune-autoimum not working.
- Biochemistry, regulatory functions (eg sensory dysfunction)
- Disfugsi combined
- Dysfunction effector
- Hypoxia of tissue
- The development of age (physiological, psychosocial)
- Physical (eg skin damage / not intact, associated with mobility)
Nursing Diagnosis for Risk for Injury