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Nursing Diagnosis & Functional Health Patterns Cheat Sheet

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Introd​uction Health Perception & Health Management Nutrit​ional Metabolic Pattern (cont)
(cont)
Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns is a Ineffe​ctive breast​feeding
method develops By Marjorie Gordon in 1987 Ineffe​ctive therap​eutic regimen management Ineffe​ctive infant feeding pattern
proposed functional health patterns as a guide Noncom​pliance (ineff​ective Adherence) Ineffe​ctive thermo​reg​ulation
for establ​ishing a compre​hensive nursing data Readiness for enhanced immuni​zation status Interr​upted breast​feeding
base. By using these categories it’s possible to Readiness for enhanced therap​eutic regimen Latex allergy response
create a systematic and standa​rdized approach management Nausea
to data collec​tion, and enable the nurse to Risk for contam​ination Readiness for enhanced fluid balance
determine the following aspects of health and Risk for infection Readiness for enhanced nutrition
human function: Risk for injury Risk for aspiration
Risk for periop​erative positi​oning injury Risk for deficient fluid volume
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Risk for poisoning Risk for imbalanced fluid volume
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Risk for sudden infant death syndrome Risk for imbalanced body temper​ature
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Risk for suffoc​ation Risk for impaired liver function
Risk for trauma Risk for impaired skin integrity
Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns
Risk-prone health behavior Risk for latex allergy response
1. Health Perception Health Management Risk for unstable blood glucose
Pattern Nutrit​ional Metabolic Pattern
2. Nutrit​ional Metabolic Pattern Elimin​ation Pattern
it’s focused on the pattern of food and fluid
3. Elimin​ation Pattern
consum​ption relative to metabolic need. Is It’s focused on excretory patterns (bowel,
4. Activity Exercise Pattern
evaluated the adequacy of local nutrient bladder, skin).
5. Sleep Rest Pattern
supplies. Actual or potential problems related to Bowel incont​inence
6. Cognit​ive​-Pe​rce​ptual Pattern
fluid balance, tissue integrity, and host Consti​pation
7. Self-P​erc​ept​ion​-Se​lf-​Concept Pattern
defenses may be identified as well as problems Diarrhea
8. Role-R​ela​tio​nship Pattern
with the gastro​int​estinal system. Functional urinary incont​inence
9. Sexual​ity​-Re​pro​ductive
Adult failure to thrive Impaired urinary elimin​ation
10. Coping​-Stress Tolerance Pattern
Deficient fluid volume: [isotonic] Overflow urinary incont​inence
11. Value-​Belief Pattern
[Deficient fluid volume: hyper/​hyp​otonic] Perceived consti​pation
Effective breast​feeding [Learning Need] Readiness for enhanced urinary elimin​ation,
Health Perception & Health Management
Excess fluid volume Reflex urinary incont​inence
Focused on the person’s perceived level of Hypert​hermia Risk for consti​pation
health and well-b​eing, and on practices for Hypoth​ermia Risk for urge urinary incont​inence
mainta​ining health. Also evaluated Habits Imbalanced nutrition: more than body Stress urinary incont​inence
including smoking and alcohol or drug use. requir​ements Total urinary incont​inence
Contam​ination Imbalanced nutrition: less than body Urge urinary incont​inence
Disturbed energy field requir​ements [acute​/ch​ronic] Urinary retention
Effective therap​eutic regimen management Imbalanced nutrition: risk for more than body
Health​-se​eking behaviors (specify) requir​ements
Ineffe​ctive community therap​eutic regimen Impaired dentition
management Impaired oral mucous membrane
Ineffe​ctive family therap​eutic regimen Impaired skin integrity
management Impaired swallowing
Ineffe​ctive health mainte​nance Impaired tissue integrity
Ineffe​ctive protection

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Nursing Diagnosis & Functional Health Patterns Cheat Sheet
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Activity and Exercise Pattern Cognit​ive​-Pe​rce​ptual Pattern Self-P​erc​ept​ion​-Se​lf-​Concept Pattern (cont)

It’s focused on the activities of daily living It’s focused on the ability to comprehend and Hopele​ssness
requiring energy expend​iture, including self- use inform​ation and on the sensory functions. Powerl​essness
care activi​ties, exercise, and leisure activi​ties. Neurologic functions, Sensory experi​ences Readiness for enhanced hope
Activity intole​rance such as pain and altered sensory input. Readiness for enhanced power
Autonomic dysref​lexia Acute confusion Readiness for enhanced self-c​oncept
Decreased cardiac output Acute pain Risk for compro​mised human dignity
Decreased intrac​ranial adaptive capacity Chronic confusion Risk for loneliness
Deficient diversonal activity Chronic pain Risk for powerl​essness
Delayed growth and develo​pment Decisional conflict Risk for situat​ional low self-e​steem
Delayed surgical recovery Deficient knowledge Risk for [/actual] other-​dir​ected violence
Disorg​anized infant behavior Disturbed sensory perception Risk for [actual/] self-d​irected violence
Dysfun​ctional ventil​atory weaning response Disturbed thought processes Situat​ional low self-e​steem
Fatigue Impaired enviro​nmental interp​ret​ation
Impaired sponta​neous ventil​ation syndrome Role-R​ela​tio​nship Pattern
Impaired bed mobility Impaired memory
It’s focused on the person’s roles in the world
Impaired gas exchange Readiness for enhanced comfort
and relati​onships with others. Evaluated
Impaired home mainte​nance Readiness for enhanced decision making
Satisf​action with roles, role strain, or
Impaired physical mobility Readiness for enhanced knowledge
dysfun​ctional relati​ons​hips.
Impaired transfer ability Risk for acute confusion
Caregiver role strain
Impaired walking Unilateral neglect
Impaired wheelchair mobility Chronic sorrow

Ineffe​ctive airway clearance Compli​cated grieving


Sleep Rest Pattern
Ineffe​ctive breathing pattern Dysfun​ctional family processes: alcoholism

Ineffe​ctive tissue perfusion It’s focused on the person’s sleep, rest, and (substance abuse)

Readiness for enhanced organized infant relaxation practices. To identified Grieving

behavior dysfun​ctional sleep patterns, fatigue, and Impaired social intera​ction

Readiness for enhanced self care responses to sleep depriv​ation. Impaired verbal commun​ication

Risk for delayed develo​pment Insomnia Ineffe​ctive role perfor​mance

Risk for disorg​anized infant behavior Readiness for enhanced sleep Interr​upted family processes
Sleep depriv​ation Parental role conflict
Risk for dispro​por​tionate growth
Readiness for enhanced commun​ication
Risk for activity intole​rance
Self-P​erc​ept​ion​-Se​lf-​Concept Pattern Readiness for enhanced family processes
Risk for autonomic dysref​lexia
Readiness for enhanced parenting
Risk for disuse syndrome
its focused on the person’s attitudes toward Relocation stress syndrome
Sedentary lifestyle
self, including identity, body image, and sense Risk for caregiver role strain
Self-care deficit
of self-w​orth. Risk for compli​cated grieving
Wandering
Anxiety Risk for impaired parent​/in​fan​t/child attachment
disturbed Body image Risk for relocation stress syndrome
Chronic low self-e​steem
Social isolation
Death anxiety
Disturbed personal identity
Fear

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Nursing Diagnosis & Functional Health Patterns Cheat Sheet
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Sexuality and Reprod​uction

It’s focused on the person’s satisf​action or dissat​isf​action with


sexuality patterns and reprod​uctive functions.
Ineffe​ctive sexuality patterns
Rape-t​rauma syndrome
Sexual dysfun​ction

Coping​-Stress Tolerance Pattern

its focused on the person’s perception of stress and coping


strategies Support systems, evaluated symptoms of stress,
effect​iveness of a person’s coping strate​gies.
Compro​mised family coping
Defensive coping
Disabled family coping
Impaired adjustment
Ineffe​ctive community coping
Ineffe​ctive coping
Ineffe​ctive denial
Post-t​rauma syndrome
Readiness for enhanced community coping
Readiness for enhanced coping
Readiness for enhanced family coping
Risk for self-m​uti​lation
Risk for suicide
Risk for post-t​rauma syndrome
Self-m​uti​lation
Stress overload

Value-​Belief Pattern

it’s focused on the person’s values and beliefs.


Impaired religi​osity
Moral distress
Readiness for enhanced religi​osity
Readiness for enhanced spiritual well-being
Risk for impaired religi​osity
Risk for spiritual distress
Spiritual distress

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