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(Nursing Care Patient with High Risk for Disuse Syndrome)













By:
Group 4

1. Eka Agustin H 131111071
2. Suhartina 131111074
3. Ni KomangWepiyanti 131111082
4. M. Yusuf Eko 131111069
5. SafirahSarayati 131111084
6. Imam Fahrurrozi 131111079
7. SilfiaDesi A. 131111077
8. ArifinKolillu A. 131011136


FAKULTY OF NURSING
UNIVERSITAS AIRLANGGA
SURABAYA
2014
Essay Outline
1. Essay title
a. Topic : Nursing Care Patient with High Risk For Disuse Syndrome
a. Title : Nursing Management of Disuse Syndrome
2. Introduction
Nursing management of disease syndrome
3. Body Paragraph
b. Definition of disease syndrome
c. Related factors with disuse syndrome according pathophysiologic, treatment-related,
situational (personal, environmental), maturational
d. Nursing management of disuse syndrome
4. Conclusion
According to the report so we can take the conclusion that in disuse syndrome:
We can make a planning according symptom, such as positioning and exercise
therapy.
5. Reference:
Ahern NR, Wilkinson JM. 2012. Buku Saku Diagnosis Keperawatan: Diagnosis NANDA,
Intervensi NIC, Kriteria Hasil NOC Edisi 9. Jakarta: EGC
Lynda JuallCarpenito-Moyet. 2008. Nursing Diagnosis: Application to Clinical Practice
Ed. 12.USA.












Nursing Management of Disuse Syndrome
A pattern of symptoms as a result of long-term disuse, which is characterized by both physical
and psychosocial effects of inactivity. Typical symptoms of disuse syndrome include muscle
weaknesses, restricted range of motion (ROM) of joints, declined respiratory function, altered
blood flow in the peripheral tissue, reduction of bone density and mental function disorder. So,
we want to explain about nursing management of high risk for disuse syndrome to reduce
symptoms.
Disuse syndrome is which a person in experiencing or at risk for deterioration of body systems or
altered functioning as the result of prescribed or unavoidable musculoskeletal inactivity. Related
factors of Disuse Syndrome are Pathophysiologic, Treatment-Related, Situational (Personal,
Environmental), and Maturational. Symptoms are muscle weaknesses, restricted range of motion
(ROM) of joints, declined respiratory function such as Pneumonia, Decubitus Ulcer, etc.
According of symptoms that appear, we as nurses can make planning for the nursing
management of disuse syndrome. We can do a nursing interventions with positioning and
Exercise Therapy. Positioning, the first give high fowlers position to alleviate dyspnea, and then
elevate feet on foot stool when sitting to provide support for edematous area, and encourage
active range of motion exercise. And Exercise Therapy with collaborate with physical,
occupational, and recreational therapists, In developing and executing an individually tailored
exercise program, after that offer options, explain rationale for type of exercise and protocol to
client, and allow patient to make choices that appeal to him and that address patient needs,
provide step-by-step cuing for each motor activity during exercise or ADLs, and use visual aids
to facilitate learning how to perform exercise.
According to the report so we can take the conclusion that in disuse syndrome, we can make
planning according symptoms. Such as on patient with muscle weakness we can give them
exercise therapy and positioning to reduce symptoms.

Reference:
Ahern NR, Wilkinson JM. 2012. Buku Saku Diagnosis Keperawatan: Diagnosis NANDA,
Intervensi NIC, Kriteria Hasil NOC Edisi 9. Jakarta: EGC
Lynda JuallCarpenito-Moyet. 2008. Nursing Diagnosis: Application to Clinical Practice Ed.
12.USA.