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1. NURUL HIDAYATI

pada : 15 September 2017

"NAMA : NURUL HIDAYATI
NIM : 131611133022
KELAS : A1-2016
NURSING DIANGNOSIS
1. Nursing Diagnosis (NANDA)
Risk-prone health behavior related to Smoking
Definition: Impaired ability to modify lifestyle/behaviors in a manner that improves health status.
(Domain 1. Health Promotion. Class 2. Health Management. Code 00188)

2. Nursing Outcomes Classification
Aim :
After the nursing action in the time 3 months, expected client can achieve the results criteria:
1) [1600] Adherence Behavior
Definition: Self-initiated actions to promote optimal wellness, recovery, and rehabilitation
Adherence Behavior as evidenced by often demonstrating ability to:
• [163207] Uses strategies to promote safety (5)
• [160004] Weighs risks/benefits of health behavior (5)
• [160008] Uses strategies to eliminate unhealthy behavior (5)
• [160011] Performs activities of daily living consistent with energy and tolerance (5)
• [160013] Describes rationale for deviating from a health regimen (5)

2) [1701] Health Beliefs: Perceived Ability to Perform
Definition: Personal conviction that one can carry out a given health behavior
Health Beliefs: Perceived Ability to Perform as evidenced by often showing the belief to:
• [170102] Perception that health behavior requires reasonable effort (5)
• [170107] Confidence related to observation of successful experiences of others (5)
• [170108] Confidence in ability to perform health behavior (5)

3) [1602] Health Promoting Behavior
Definition: Personal actions to sustain or increase wellness
Health Promoting Behavior as evidence by often demonstrating ability to:
• [160201] Uses risk avoidance behaviors (5)
• [160203] Monitors personal behavior for risks (5)
• [160207] Performs healthy behaviors routinely (5)
• [160216] Uses effective exercise routine (5)

3. Nursing Intervention Classification
1) [4360] Behavior Modification
Definition: Promotion of a behavior change
• Intervention :
Determine patient’s motivation to change.
Rationale :
Motivation can affect the level of the patient's desire to change. Negative factors that may affect patient changes should be eliminated.
• Intervention :
Assist patient to identify strengths, and reinforce these.
Rationale :
The inner strength of the patient is very important, the smoking habit may change if there is a strength of the patient to change.
• Intervention :
Encourage substitution of undesirable habits with desirable habits.
Rationale :
Support from others (nurses) plays an important role in the process of patient change.
• Intervention :
Break down behavior to be changed into smaller, measurable units of behavior (e.g., stopping smoking: number of cigarettes smoked).
Rational :
Reducing the number of cigarettes consumed helps to eliminate the smoking habit.
• Intervention :
Use specific time periods when measuring units of behavior (e.g., number of cigarettes smoked per day).
Rationale :
Patients are trained not to smoke freely.
• Intervention :
Facilitate family involvement in the modification process, as appropriate.
Rationale :
Patients do not feel alone and positive support from the family can motivate the level of patient desire to quit smoking.

2) [5510] Health Education
Definition: Developing and providing instruction and learning experiences to facilitate voluntary adaptation of behavior conducive to health in individuals, families, groups, or communities
• Intervention :
Identify internal or external factors that may enhance or reduce motivation for healthy behavior.
Rationale :
Negative internal and external factors need to be prevented so that no obstacles affect the patient's therapy process.
• Intervention :
Determine current health knowledge and lifestyle behaviors of individual, family, or target group.
Rationale :
Risks of disease one of which is influenced by the level of knowledge of health and lifestyle behavior of patients.
• Intervention :
Teach strategies that can be used to resist unhealthy behavior or risk taking rather than give advice to avoid or change behavior.
Rationale :
Providing strategies are more effective for patients than for advice.
• Intervention :
Use variety of strategies and intervention points in educational program.
Rationale :
Appropriate primary strategies and interventions can maximize the patient's change process.
• Intervention :
Use lectures to convey the maximum amount of information, when appropriate.
Rationale :
Adding and improving understanding of healthy behaviors.

3) [4490] Smoking Cessation Assistance
Definition: Helping another to stop smoking
• Intervention :
Record current smoking status and smoking history.
Rationale :
Patients with heavy smokers are at risk of other diseases related to the respiratory system.
• Intervention :
Give clear, consistent advice to quit smoking.
Rationale :
Consistent and clear suggestions help convince patients to quit smoking.
• Intervention :
Help patient identify reasons to quit and barriers to quitting.
Rationale :
The less convincing reasons and misconceptions about barrier factors may affect the patient's interest to quit smoking.
• Intervention :
Instruct patient on the physical symptoms of nicotine withdrawal (e.g., headache, dizziness, nausea, irritability, and insomnia).
Rationale :
• The nicotine in cigarette smoke is an addictive ingredient, as other addictive groups such as heroin, morphine, marijuana, amphetamines, alcohol, and other psychotrophores. psychological smoking will cause dependency effects (dependence) that causes the smoker to experience a reaction when dropping substances dropped suddenly.
• Intervention :
Reassure patient that physical withdrawal symptoms from nicotine are temporary.
Rationale :
Psychologically, smoking will cause the dependence effect that causes the smoker to experience the reaction of dropping substances if stopped suddenly.
• Intervention :
Inform patient about nicotine replacement products (e.g., patch, gum, nasal spray, inhaler) to help reduce physical withdrawal symptoms.
Rationale :
Nicotine replacement recommended can divert the patient's desire to smoke.
• Intervention :
Assist patient to develop practical methods to resist cravings (e.g., spend time with nonsmoking friends, frequent places where smoking is not allowed, relaxation exercises).
Rationale :
Change must be prioritized realistically to avoid the uncertainty and helplessness of patients.
• Intervention :
Help patient plan specific coping strategies and resolve problems that result from quitting.
Rationale :
Effective coping strategies and action plans to help change the patient's lifestyle in overcoming his illness
• Intervention :
Follow patient for 2 years after quitting if possible, to provide encouragement.
Rationale :
Positive support motivates patients to maintain non-smoking behaviors.

Bibliography :
1. Herdman, T.H. & Kamitsuru, S. (2014). NANDA International Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classification, 2015–2017. 10nd ed. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
2. Moorhead, S., Jhonson, M., Maas, M., & Swanson, L. (2013). Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC). 5th ed. United states of America: Mosby Elseiver
3. Dochteran, J. M., & Bulechek, G. M. (2013). Nursing Interventions Classification (NOC). 6th ed. America: Mosby Elseiver
"


2. Nabila Hanin Lubnatsary

pada : 15 September 2017

"Name: Nabila Hanin Lubnatsary
NIM: 131611133011
Class: A1-2016

Nursing Diagnosis
1.Nursing Diagnosis (NANDA)
Dysfunctional Family Processes related to Insufficient Problem-solving Skills (00063)
Definition: Psychosocial, spiritual, and physiological functions of the family unit are chronically disorganized, which leads to conflict, denial of problems, resistance to change, ineffective problem-solving, and a series of selfperpetuating crises.
(Domain 7. Role Relationship. Class 2. Family Relationships)

2.Nursing Outcome Classification
After the nursing action in the time 2 months, expected client can achieve the results criteria:
1.Family Functioning (2602)
Definition: Capacity of a family to meet the needs of its members during developmental transitions.
Family Functioning as evidenced by often demonstrating ability to:
[260213] Involves members in problem solving (5)
[260221] Members receptive to new ideas (5)
[260222] Members support one another (5)
[260217] Members express commitment to family (5)

2.Family Integrity (2603)
Definition: Capacity of family members to maintain cohesion and emotional bonding.
Family Integrity as evidenced by often demonstrating ability to:
[260315] Members provide support during times of crisis (5)
[260306] Members share thoughts, feelings, interests, concerns (5)
[260307] Members communicate openly and honestly with one another (5)

3.Nursing Intervetion Classification
1.[5020] Conflict Mediation
Definition: Facilitation of constructive dialogue between opposing parties with a goal of resolving disputes in a mutually acceptable manner.
Intervention: Provide a private, neutral setting for conversation.
Rational: A comfortable and neutral place will make the client easier to present opinions, and make the client believe that their secret will not be revealed.
Intervention: Facilitate defining the issues.
Rational: When finding the issues, then the client or family will be easy to make decisions.
Intervention: Assist parties to identify possible solutions to the issues.
Rational: Increase family relationship with involves all of family members.

2.[7140] Family Function
Definition: Promotion of family values, interests, and goals.
Intervention: Listen to family concerns, feelings, and questions.
Rational: Increase family trust in existing care.
Intervention: Answer all questions of family members or assist them to get answers.
Rational: Help reduce family anxiety.
Intervention: Assist family members in identifying and resolving a conflict in values.
Rational: Help family members to communicate openly and honestly with one another.
Intervention: Include family members with patient in decision making about care, when appropriate.
Rational: Increase communication among family members in solving problems.

3.[5370] Role Enhancement
Definition: Assisting a patient, significant other, and/or family to improve relationships by clarifying and supplementing specific role behaviors
Intervention: Assist patient to identify usual role in family.
Rational: Realize their role in family, making them to get closer.
Intervention: Facilitate discussion of role adaptations of family to compensate for ill member’s role changes.
Rational: Help family to take the role that was lost, and help them to support each other.

Bibliography
Herdman, T.H. & Kamitsuru, S. (2014). NANDA International Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classification, 2015–2017. 10nd ed. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

Moorhead, S., Jhonson, M., Maas, M., & Swanson, L. (2013). Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC). 5th ed. United states of America: Mosby Elseiver.

Dochteran, J. M., & Bulechek, G. M. (2013). Nursing Interventions Classification (NOC). 6th ed. America: Mosby Elseiver
"


3. Alfera Novitasari

pada : 16 September 2017

"NAME : ALFERA NOVITASARI
NIM : 131611133029
CLASS : A1 2016

Nursing Diagnosis
1. Nursing Diagnosis (NANDA)
Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements related to Insufficients dietary intake
Definition : Intake of nutrients insufficient to meet metabolic needs.
(Domain 2. Nutrition. Class 1. Ingestion. Code 00002)

2. Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC)
Aim : After the nursing action for 3x24 hours is expected the client's nutritional needs can be met with the results criteria,

[1014] Appetite
Definition: Desire to eat
[101401] Desire to eat (5)
[101406] Food intake (5)
[101407] Nutrient intake (5)
[101408] Fluid intake (5)
[101409] Stimulus to eat (5)

[1004] Nutritional Status
Definition : Extent to which nutrients are ingested and absorbed to meet metabolic needs [100401] Nutrient intake (5)
[100402] Food intake (5)
[100408] Fluid intake (5)
[100405] Weight/height ratio (5)

3. Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC)

[1030] Eating Disorder Management
Definition : Prevention and treatment of strict diet restrictions and excessive exercise or the behavior of vomiting food and fluids
Intervention : Teach and support good nutrition concepts with clients (and clients closest to clients)
Rationale : Clients can apply the concept of nutrition well in meeting the nutritional needs
Intervention : Monitor intake / intake and fluid intake appropriately
Rationale : The patient's intake and fluid are met as needed
Intervention : Observe clients during and after feeding / snacks to ensure that sufficient intake / intake of food is achieved and maintained
Rationale : Knowing the nutritional needs of clients has been achieved and make reports to be applied to maintain intake / food intake
Intervention : Monitor client behavior associated with diet, weight gain and weight gain
Rationale : Knowing whether a client's behavior is related to nutrition is less than body needs
Intervention : Assist clients (and those closest to clients appropriately) to review and solve personal problems that contribute to eating disorders
Rationale : The client by itself overcome the eating disorder that is facing and can solve the problem

[1120] Nutrition Therapy
Definition: Feeding and fluids to assist metabolic processes in malnourished or high-risk patients suffering from malnutrition
Intervention : Complete nutritional assessment, as needed
Rationale : An important assessment is conducted to determine the nutritional needs of the patient
Intervention : Monitor food / fluid intake and calculate caloric input per day, as needed
Rationale : The patient's intake and calories are met as needed
Intervention : Determine the number of calories and types of nutrients needed to meet nutritional needs by collaborating with nutritionists, as needed
Rationale : Nutritionists are specialists in nutritional science who can assist in determining the nutrients needed by patients
Intervention : Motivate (patient) to bring home cooked food as needed
Rationale : Increase the appetite of the patient
Intervention : Creating an environment that makes the atmosphere pleasant and soothing
Rationale : Make eating time more calm and fun in an effort to increase the patient's appetite

[1240] Weight Loss Assistance
Definition : Facilitate weight gain
Intervention : Monitor daily caloric intake
Rationale : Caloric intake of patients is met
Intervention : Reviewing the patient's favorite food, whether personal or culturally and religiously recommended
Rationale : Assessment is done to improve the appetite of the patient
Intervention : Serve food attractively
Rationale : Increase patient appetite

Bibliography :
1. Herdman, T.H. & Kamitsuru, S. (2014). NANDA International Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classification, 2015–2017. 10nd ed. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
2. Moorhead, S., Jhonson, M., Maas, M., & Swanson, L. (2013). Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC). 5th ed. United states of America: Mosby Elseiver
3. Dochteran, J. M., & Bulechek, G. M. (2013). Nursing Interventions Classification (NOC). 6th ed. America: Mosby Elseiver"


4. Hanum Amalia Zulfa

pada : 17 September 2017

"Nursing Diagnosis
1) Nursing Diagnosis (NANDA)
Risk for adverse reaction to iodinated contrast media
Definition :
Vulnerable to noxious or unintended reaction associated with the use of
iodinated contrast media that can occur within seven days after contrast
agent injection, which may compromise health.
(Domain 11. Safety/Protection, Class 5. Defensive Processes, Code 00218)

2) NOC :
After intervention during 1x24 hours expected to be adequat client engagement mechanism with outcomes:
1. Allergic Response: Localized (0705)
• Headache (70502/IV)
• Localized rash (070513/IV)
Rational :
• The patient's headache is begins to diminish
• The skin rash on the patient begins to diminish

2. Allergic Response: Systemic (0706)
• Generalized itching (070613/IV)
• Increased skin temperature (070618/IV)
Rational :
• The itching is reduced and patients aren’t disturbed by the intense itching
• The temperature on the patient's skin begins to decrease

3) NIC :
Adverse Reaction to Iodinated Contrast Media, Risk for
Defnition: Identifcation, treatment, and prevention of allergic responses to food, medications, insect bites, contrast material, blood, and other substances

1. Allergy Management (6410)
Defnition: Identifcation, treatment, and prevention of allergic responses to food, medications, insect bites, contrast material, blood, and other substances
• Identify known allergies (e.g., medication, food, insect, environmental) and usual reaction
• Notify caregivers and health care providers of known allergies
• Instruct patient/parent to avoid allergic substances, as appropriate
• Provide medication to reduce or minimize an allergic response

Rational :
• To help the nurse know cause of allergies and reactions and to take further action
• In order for service providers and health workers to take action to be taken
• To avoid any allergic continuously
• To reduce the impact of allergies suffered by the patient

2. Risk Identifcation (6610)
Definition: Analysis of potential risk factors, determination of health risks, and prioritization of risk reduction strategies for an individual or group
• Review data derived from routine risk assessment measures
• Instruct on risk factors and plan for risk reduction
• Determine compliance with medical and nursing treatments
• Discuss and plan for risk reduction activities in collaboration with individual or group

Rational :
• To know the progress of the risks experienced by the patient
• To reduce the risk factors of prolonged allergies
• To reduce the risk of the patient
• To know what activities can reduce the risk of the patient

3. Medication Management (2380)
Defnition: Facilitation of safe and effective use of prescription and over-the-counter drugs
• Monitor for adverse effects of the drug
• Discard old, discontinued, or contraindicated medications, as appropriate
• Teach patient and/or family members the method of drug administration, as appropriate

Rational :
• To know the incidence of symptoms or allergies of patients when taking drugs
• To avoid exposure to expired drugs
• In order for the patient or family member to be responsive in taking actions incurred from the side effects of the drug


Bibliography
1. Herdman, T.H. & Kamitsuru, S. (2014). NANDA International Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classification, 2015–2017. 10nd ed. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
2. Moorhead, S., Jhonson, M., Maas, M., & Swanson, L. (2013). Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC). 5th ed. United states of America: Mosby Elseiver
3. Dochteran, J. M., & Bulechek, G. M. (2013). Nursing Interventions Classification (NOC). 6th ed. America: Mosby Elseiver
"


5. DITA FAJRIANTI

pada : 18 September 2017

"NAME : DITA FAJRIANTI
NIM : 131611133014
CLASS : A1 – 2016
NURSING DIAGNOSIS
1.Nursing Diagnosis (NANDA)
Insomnia related with Depression
(00095)
Definition : A disruption in amount and quality of sleep that Impairs functioning.
(Domain 4. Activity/Rest. Class 1. Sleep/Rest)

2.Nursing Outcome Classification
After the nursing action in the time 2 weeks, expected client can achieve the results criteria:
1). Sleep (0004)
Definition : Natural periodic suspension of consciousness during which the body is restored
[000401] patient Increase hours of sleep (5)
Rationale : The patient sleep needs are sufficient
[000403] patient can be improve sleep pattern (5)
Rationale : The patient can regulate sleep patterns and provide better sleep quality
[000404] Patient sleep quality is not disturbed (5)
Rationale : Patients feel comfortable and free from stress
2). Mood Equilibrium (1204)
Definition : Appropriate adjustment of prevailing emotional tone in respone to circumstances.
[120402] Patients can consistently perform exhibits non-labile mood (5)
Rationale : unstable emotions of the patient can lead to lower depression levels
[120404] Patient can be reports adequate sleep (5)
Rationale : the patient shows an increase that the patient's sleep time has been fulfilled
[120415] Patient can shows interest in surroundings (5)
Rationale : Showing an interest in the society will help the patient in improving confidence and to adapt to the surroundings

3. Nursing Intervention Classification
1). Sleep Enhancement (1850)
Definition : Facilitation of regular sleep/wake cycles
• Intervention : Determine patient’s sleep/activity pattern
Rationale : Determine the next action
• Intervention : Monitor/record patient’s sleep pattern and number of sleep hours
Rationale : To find out how long hours of sleep the patient and to set the patient's sleep clock to be fulfilled
• Intervention : Adjust environment (e.g., light, noise, temperature, mattress, and bed) to promote sleep
Rationale : Patients get comfort and giving motivation to sleep
• Intervention : Instruct patient how to perform autogenic muscle relaxation or other non pharmacological forms of sleep inducement
Rationale : Teach patients performing autogenic relaxation or other non-pharmacological forms to induce sleep
2). Mood Management (5330)
Definition : Providing for safety, stabilization, recovery, and maintenance of a patient who is experiencing dysfunctionally depressed or elevated mood
• Intervention : Assist patient to maintain a normal cycle of sleep/wakefulness (e.g., scheduled rest times, relaxation techniques, sedating medications, limit caffeine)
Rationale : maintaining the normal sleep cycle of the patient can regulate the emotion so as not to depression
• Intervention : Manage and treat hallucinations and/or delusions that may accompany the mood disorder
Rationale : patients can control emotions
• Intervention : Evaluate mood (e.g., signs, symptoms, personal history) initially, and on a regular basis, as treatment progresses
Rationale : Determine the success of the interventions that have been made
3). Relaxation Therapy (6040)
Definition : Use of techniques to encourage and elicit relaxation for the purpose of decreasing undesirable signs and symptoms such as pain, muscle tension, or anxiety.
• Intervention : Demonstrate and practice the relaxation technique with the patient
Rationale : Patients can simulate relaxation techniques to improve sleep quality
• Intervention : Provide undisturbed time, because patient may fall asleep
Rationale : The patient can sleep quietly and there is no disturbance
• Intervention : Create a quiet, non disrupting environment with dim lights and comfortable temperature, when possible
Rationale : A tranquil and peaceful atmosphere will help patients get to bed fast and reduce stress levels
4). Calming Technique (5880)
• Intervention : Reduce or eliminate stimuli creating fear or anxiety
Rationale : To make patient comfortable
• Intervention : Stay with patient
Rationale : Prevent patient from feeling alone
• Intervention : Identify significant others whose presence can assist patient
Rationale : The closest people also play a role in improving client health"


6. Marcelien Putri Chrisdianti

pada : 18 September 2017

"Nama: Marceline Putri Chrisdianti
Kelas : A1
NIM : 131611133023

Situasional Low Self-Esteem related to alteration in body image
Definition : Development of a negative perception of self worth in response to a current situation
NOC (Nursing Outcomes Classification):
1. Body Image (1200)
• (120001) Internal picture of self (5)
• (120005) Satisfaction with body appearance(5)
• (120007) Adjustment to changes in physical appearance (5)
• (120017) Attitude toward using strategies to enhance function(5)
• (120002) Congruence betwwen body reality, body ideal, and body presentation (5)
2. Coping (1302)
Definisi : tindakan pribadi untuk mengelola stres yang membebani kemampuan individu
• (130201) Identifies Effective Coping Petterns (5)
• (130204) Reports decrease in Stress (5)
• (130207) modifies lifestyle to reduce stress (5)
• (130208) Adapts to life changes(5)
• (130212) Uses effective coping strategies (5)
NIC (Nursing Intervention Classification)
1. Improved Body Image
Intervention:
1) the use of anticipatory guidance with predicted changes in the personality of the body
Rational: Patient is ready to accept changes to body image
2) Help the patient to cope with the developing stressors of self-image associated with congenital conditions, injury, illness or surgery
Rational: Patients may receive stress or stress symptoms
3) Help the patient to. Body parts that have positive perceptions related to the physical
Rational: Patients can live confidently or not
4) Assist patients for action actions that will enhance self-appearance
Rational: The patient keeps the activity normal
5) Determine expectations of the patient's self-image on development
Rationale: Prepare the patient in the stage of development that occurred

2. Increased Coping
Intervention:
1) Help the patient to break down complex goals into smaller ones with manageable steps
Rational: Reduce stress levels in patients
2) Support the relationship of patients with people who have the same interests and goals
Rational: relieve pasie
3) Help the patient to solve the problem in a constructive way
Rational: the patient can easily solve the problem
4) Patient support for. Relating to changes in roles
Rational: preparing patients for change
5) Pebble atmosphere acceptance
Rational: provide support for patients to receive easily



"


7. Marcelien Putri Chrisdianti

pada : 18 September 2017

"Situasional Low Self-Esteem related to alteration in body image
Definition : Development of a negative perception of self worth in response to a current situation
NOC (Nursing Outcomes Classification):
1. Body Image (1200)
• (120001) Internal picture of self (5)
• (120005) Satisfaction with body appearance(5)
• (120007) Adjustment to changes in physical appearance (5)
• (120017) Attitude toward using strategies to enhance function(5)
• (120002) Congruence betwwen body reality, body ideal, and body presentation (5)
2. Coping (1302)
Definisi : tindakan pribadi untuk mengelola stres yang membebani kemampuan individu
• (130201) Identifies Effective Coping Petterns (5)
• (130204) Reports decrease in Stress (5)
• (130207) modifies lifestyle to reduce stress (5)
• (130208) Adapts to life changes(5)
• (130212) Uses effective coping strategies (5)
NIC (Nursing Intervention Classification)
1. Improved Body Image
Intervention:
1) the use of anticipatory guidance with predicted changes in the personality of the body
Rational: Patient is ready to accept changes to body image
2) Help the patient to cope with the developing stressors of self-image associated with congenital conditions, injury, illness or surgery
Rational: Patients may receive stress or stress symptoms
3) Help the patient to. Body parts that have positive perceptions related to the physical
Rational: Patients can live confidently or not
4) Assist patients for action actions that will enhance self-appearance
Rational: The patient keeps the activity normal
5) Determine expectations of the patient's self-image on development
Rationale: Prepare the patient in the stage of development that occurred

2. Increased Coping
Intervention:
1) Help the patient to break down complex goals into smaller ones with manageable steps
Rational: Reduce stress levels in patients
2) Support the relationship of patients with people who have the same interests and goals
Rational: relieve pasie
3) Help the patient to solve the problem in a constructive way
Rational: the patient can easily solve the problem
4) Patient support for. Relating to changes in roles
Rational: preparing patients for change
5) Pebble atmosphere acceptance
Rational: provide support for patients to receive easily
Bibliography :
1. Herdman, T.H. & Kamitsuru, S. (2014). NANDA International Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classification, 2015–2017. 10nd ed. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
2. Moorhead, S., Jhonson, M., Maas, M., & Swanson, L. (2013). Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC). 5th ed. United states of America: Mosby Elseiver
3. Dochteran, J. M., & Bulechek, G. M. (2013). Nursing Interventions Classification (NOC). 6th ed. America: Mosby Elseiver
"


8. Marcelien Putri Chrisdianti

pada : 18 September 2017

"Nama : Marceline Putri Chrisdianti
NIM : 131611133023
Kelas : A1
Situasional Low Self-Esteem related to alteration in body image
Definition : Development of a negative perception of self worth in response to a current situation
NOC (Nursing Outcomes Classification):
1. Body Image (1200)
• (120001) Internal picture of self (5)
• (120005) Satisfaction with body appearance(5)
• (120007) Adjustment to changes in physical appearance (5)
• (120017) Attitude toward using strategies to enhance function(5)
• (120002) Congruence betwwen body reality, body ideal, and body presentation (5)
2. Coping (1302)
Definisi : tindakan pribadi untuk mengelola stres yang membebani kemampuan individu
• (130201) Identifies Effective Coping Petterns (5)
• (130204) Reports decrease in Stress (5)
• (130207) modifies lifestyle to reduce stress (5)
• (130208) Adapts to life changes(5)
• (130212) Uses effective coping strategies (5)
NIC (Nursing Intervention Classification)
1. Improved Body Image
Intervention:
1) the use of anticipatory guidance with predicted changes in the personality of the body
Rational: Patient is ready to accept changes to body image
2) Help the patient to cope with the developing stressors of self-image associated with congenital conditions, injury, illness or surgery
Rational: Patients may receive stress or stress symptoms
3) Help the patient to. Body parts that have positive perceptions related to the physical
Rational: Patients can live confidently or not
4) Assist patients for action actions that will enhance self-appearance
Rational: The patient keeps the activity normal
5) Determine expectations of the patient's self-image on development
Rationale: Prepare the patient in the stage of development that occurred

2. Increased Coping
Intervention:
1) Help the patient to break down complex goals into smaller ones with manageable steps
Rational: Reduce stress levels in patients
2) Support the relationship of patients with people who have the same interests and goals
Rational: relieve pasie
3) Help the patient to solve the problem in a constructive way
Rational: the patient can easily solve the problem
4) Patient support for. Relating to changes in roles
Rational: preparing patients for change
5) Pebble atmosphere acceptance
Rational: provide support for patients to receive easily
Bibliography :
1. Herdman, T.H. & Kamitsuru, S. (2014). NANDA International Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classification, 2015–2017. 10nd ed. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
2. Moorhead, S., Jhonson, M., Maas, M., & Swanson, L. (2013). Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC). 5th ed. United states of America: Mosby Elseiver
3. Dochteran, J. M., & Bulechek, G. M. (2013). Nursing Interventions Classification (NOC). 6th ed. America: Mosby Elseiver"


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