Definition of the NANDA label
Risk of failure or prolongation in the use of responses and intellectual and emotional behaviors of an individual, family or community after a death or the perception of a loss.
Susceptible to a disorder that occurs after death of a significant other in which the experience of distress accompanying bereavement fails to follow normative expectations and manifests in functional impairment, which may compromise health.
• Neurosis prior to loss.
• Psychological symptoms prior to the loss.
• Frequency of important life events.
• Predisposition to anxiety and feelings of inadequacy.
• History of psychiatric or mental health treatment.
• Advanced gestational age at the time of loss.
• Little time between a perinatal loss and subsequent conception.
• Duration of the child’s life.
• Lack of other living children.
• Congenital anomalies.
• Number of previous perinatal losses.
• Marriage adjustment problems.
• Vision of images of the fetus by ultrasound.
At risk population
• Death of significant other
• Psychosocial adaptation. Life change.
• Grief resolution.
• Overcoming problems.
• Overcoming family problems.
• Facilitate grief.
• Increase coping.
• Stimulation of family integrity.
• Family therapy.
• Active listening.
• Facilitate communication.
• Support in decision making.