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Functional Health patterns Concept maps

Functional Health Patterns with Related Nursing Diagnoses

Nutrition and Metabolic Patterns with Related Nursing Diagnoses

HEALTH PERCEPTION-HEALTH MANAGEMENT


VALUE-BELIEF

COPING-STRESS-TOLERANCE

Perceived health status Perceived health management Healthcare behaviors: health promotion and illness prevention activities, medical treatments, follow-up care

Values, goals, or beliefs (including spirituality) that guide choices or decisions Perceived conflicts in values, beliefs, or expectations that are health related

Capacity to resist challenges to self-integrity Methods of handling stress Support systems Perceived ability to control and manage situations

NUTRITIONAL-METABOLIC

Daily consumption of food and fluidsy Favorite foods Use of dietary supplements Skin lesions and ability to heal Condition of the integument Weight, height, temperature

ELIMINATION

Patterns of bowel and urinary excretion Perceived regularity or irregularity of elimination Use of laxatives or routines Changes in time, modes, quality or quantity of excretions Use of devices for control

ACTIVITY-EXERCISE

PART II NUTRITIONAL METABOLIC PATTERNS NANDA NURSING DIAGNOSES Risk for Aspiration Risk for Imbalanced Body Temperature Impaired Dentition Feeding Self-Care Deficit Deficient Fluid Volume Fluid Volume Excess Risk for Deficient Fluid Volume Hyperthermia Hypothermia Risk for Infection Impaired Oral Mucous Membranes Nausea Imbalanced Nutrition: Less than Body Requirements Imbalanced Nutrition: More than Body Requirements Impaired Skin Integrity Risk for Impaired Skin Integrity Impaired Swallowing Ineffective Thermoregulation Impaired Tissue Integrity Risk for Trauma Adult Failure to Thrive

SEXUALITY-REPRODUCTIVE

Satisfaction with sexuality or sexual relationships Reproductive pattern Female menstrual and perimeno-pausal history

ROLE-RELATIONSHIPS

Perception of major roles, relationships, and responsibilities in current life situation Satisfaction with or disturbances in roles and relationships

SELF-PERCEPTIONSELF-CONCEPT

Patterns of personally relevant exercise, activity, leisure, and recreation ADLs that require energy expenditure Factors that interfere with the desired pattern (e.g., illness or injury)

Attitudes about self Perceived abilities, worth, self-image, emotions Body posture and movement, eye contact, voice and speech patterns

SLEEP-REST

COGNITIVE-PERCEPTUAL

Patterns of sleep and rest-/relaxation in a 24-h period Perceptions of quality and quantity of sleep and rest Use of sleep aids and routines

Adequacy of vision, hearing, taste, touch, smell Pain perception and management Language, judgment, memory, decisions

Elimination Patterns with Related Nursing Diagnoses

HEALTH PERCEPTION-HEALTH MANAGEMENT


VALUE-BELIEF

COPING-STRESS-TOLERANCE

Perceived health status Perceived health management Healthcare behaviors: health promotion and illness prevention activities, medical treatments, follow-up care

Values, goals, or beliefs (including spirituality) that guide choices or decisions Perceived conflicts in values, beliefs, or expectations that are health related

Capacity to resist challenges to self-integrity Methods of handling stress Support systems Perceived ability to control and manage situations

NUTRITIONAL-METABOLIC

Daily consumption of food and fluidsy Favorite foods Use of dietary supplements Skin lesions and ability to heal Condition of the integument Weight, height, temperature

ELIMINATION

Patterns of bowel and urinary excretion Perceived regularity or irregularity of elimination Use of laxatives or routines Changes in time, modes, quality or quantity of excretions Use of devices for control

PART III ELIMINATION PATTERNS NANDA NURSING DIAGNOSES Bowel Incontinence Constipation Perceived Constipation Risk for Constipation Diarrhea Impaired Urinary Elimination Functional Urinary Incontinence Reflex Urinary Incontinence Stress Urinary Incontinence Total Urinary Incontinence Urge Urinary Incontinence Risk for Urge Urinary Incontinence Urinary Retention Toileting: Self-Care Deficit

SEXUALITY-REPRODUCTIVE

Satisfaction with sexuality or sexual relationships Reproductive pattern Female menstrual and perimeno-pausal history

ROLE-RELATIONSHIPS

Perception of major roles, relationships, and responsibilities in current life situation Satisfaction with or disturbances in roles and relationships

ACTIVITY-EXERCISE

SELF-PERCEPTIONSELF-CONCEPT

Patterns of personally relevant exercise, activity, leisure, and recreation ADLs that require energy expenditure Factors that interfere with the desired pattern (e.g., illness or injury)

Attitudes about self Perceived abilities, worth, self-image, emotions Body posture and movement, eye contact, voice and speech patterns

SLEEP-REST

COGNITIVE-PERCEPTUAL

Patterns of sleep and rest-/relaxation in a 24-h period Perceptions of quality and quantity of sleep and rest Use of sleep aids and routines

Adequacy of vision, hearing, taste, touch, smell Pain perception and management Language, judgment, memory, decisions

Activity and Exercise Patterns with Related Nursing Diagnoses

HEALTH PERCEPTION-HEALTH MANAGEMENT


VALUE-BELIEF

COPING-STRESS-TOLERANCE

Perceived health status Perceived health management Healthcare behaviors: health promotion and illness prevention activities, medical treatments, follow-up care

Values, goals, or beliefs (including spirituality) that guide choices or decisions Perceived conflicts in values, beliefs, or expectations that are health related

Capacity to resist challenges to self-integrity Methods of handling stress Support systems Perceived ability to control and manage situations

NUTRITIONAL-METABOLIC

Daily consumption of food and fluids Favorite foods Use of dietary supplements Skin lesions and ability to heal Condition of the integument Weight, height, temperature

ELIMINATION

Patterns of bowel and urinary excretion Perceived regularity or irregularity of elimination Use of laxatives or routines Changes in time, modes, quality or quantity of excretions Use of devices for control

ACTIVITY-EXERCISE

Patterns of personally relevant exercise, activity, leisure, and recreation ADLs that require energy expenditure Factors that interfere with the desired pattern (e.g., illness or injury)

PART IV ACTIVITY-EXERCISE PATTERNS NANDA NURSING DIAGNOSES Activity Intolerance Risk for Activity Intolerance Bathing/Hygiene Self-Care Deficit Dressing/Grooming Self-Care Deficit Impaired Bed Mobility Risk for Disuse Syndrome Deficient Diversional Activity Fatigue Risk for Falls Impaired Home Maintenance Impaired Physical Mobility Impaired Wheelchair Mobility Impaired Transfer Ability Impaired Walking Delayed Surgical Recovery Decreased Cardiac Output Ineffective Breathing Pattern Ineffective Airway Clearance Impaired Gas Exchange Risk for Peripheral Neurovascular Dysfunction Impaired Tissue Integrity Ineffective Tissue Perfusion Impaired Spontaneous Ventilation Dysfunctional Ventilatory Weaning Response

SEXUALITY-REPRODUCTIVE

Satisfaction with sexuality or sexual relationships Reproductive pattern Female menstrual and perimeno-pausal history

ROLE-RELATIONSHIPS

Perception of major roles, relationships, and responsibilities in current life situation Satisfaction with or disturbances in roles and relationships

SELF-PERCEPTIONSELF-CONCEPT

Attitudes about self Perceived abilities, worth, self-image, emotions Body posture and movement, eye contact, voice and speech patterns

SLEEP-REST

COGNITIVE-PERCEPTUAL

Patterns of sleep and rest-/relaxation in a 24-h period Perceptions of quality and quantity of sleep and rest Use of sleep aids and routines

Adequacy of vision, hearing, taste, touch, smell Pain perception and management Language, judgment, memory, decisions

Cognitive Perceptual Patterns with Related Nursing Diagnoses

HEALTH PERCEPTION-HEALTH MANAGEMENT


VALUE-BELIEF

COPING-STRESS-TOLERANCE

Perceived health status Perceived health management Healthcare behaviors: health promotion and illness prevention activities, medical treatments, follow-up care

Values, goals, or beliefs (including spirituality) that guide choices or decisions Perceived conflicts in values, beliefs, or expectations that are health related

Capacity to resist challenges to self-integrity Methods of handling stress Support systems Perceived ability to control and manage situations

NUTRITIONAL-METABOLIC

Daily consumption of food and fluids Favorite foods Use of dietary supplements Skin lesions and ability to heal Condition of the integument Weight, height, temperature

ELIMINATION

Patterns of bowel and urinary excretion Perceived regularity or irregularity of elimination Use of laxatives or routines Changes in time, modes, quality or quantity of excretions Use of devices for control

PART V COGNITIVE-PERCEPTUAL PATTERNS NANDA NURSING DIAGNOSES Acute Confusion Decreased Intracranial Adaptive Capacity Autonomic Dysreflexia Risk for Autonomic Dysreflexia Chronic Confusion Impaired Verbal Communication Acute Pain Chronic Pain Impaired Memory Unilateral Neglect Risk for Peripheral Neurovascular Dysfunction Risk for Post-Trauma Syndrome Ineffective Protection Disturbed Sensory Perception Disturbed Thought Processes Decisional Conflict Risk for Trauma Wandering Impaired Environmental Interpretation Syndrome

SEXUALITY-REPRODUCTIVE

Satisfaction with sexuality or sexual relationships Reproductive pattern Female menstrual and perimeno-pausal history

ROLE-RELATIONSHIPS

Perception of major roles, relationships, and responsibilities in current life situation Satisfaction with or disturbances in roles and relationships

ACTIVITY-EXERCISE

SELF-PERCEPTIONSELF-CONCEPT

Patterns of personally relevant exercise, activity, leisure, and recreation ADLs that require energy expenditure Factors that interfere with the desired pattern (e.g., illness or injury)

Attitudes about self Perceived abilities, worth, self-image, emotions Body posture and movement, eye contact, voice and speech patterns

SLEEP-REST

COGNITIVE-PERCEPTUAL

Patterns of sleep and rest-/relaxation in a 24-h period Perceptions of quality and quantity of sleep and rest Use of sleep aids and routines

Adequacy of vision, hearing, taste, touch, smell Pain perception and management Language, judgment, memory, decisions

Sexuality-Reproductive Patterns with Related Nursing Diagnoses

HEALTH PERCEPTION-HEALTH MANAGEMENT


VALUE-BELIEF

COPING-STRESS-TOLERANCE

Perceived health status Perceived health management Healthcare behaviors: health promotion and illness prevention activities, medical treatments, follow-up care

Values, goals, or beliefs (including spirituality) that guide choices or decisions Perceived conflicts in values, beliefs, or expectations that are health related

Capacity to resist challenges to self-integrity Methods of handling stress Support systems Perceived ability to control and manage situations

NUTRITIONAL-METABOLIC

Daily consumption of food and fluids Favorite foods Use of dietary supplements Skin lesions and ability to heal Condition of the integument Weight, height, temperature

PART VI SEXUALITY-REPRODUCTIVE PATTERNS NANDA NURSING DIAGNOSES Rape-Trauma Syndrome Sexual Dysfunction Ineffective Sexuality Patterns

SEXUALITY-REPRODUCTIVE

Satisfaction with sexuality or sexual relationships Reproductive pattern Female menstrual and perimeno-pausal history

ELIMINATION

ROLE-RELATIONSHIPS

Patterns of bowel and urinary excretion Perceived regularity or irregularity of elimination Use of laxatives or routines Changes in time, modes, quality or quantity of excretions Use of devices for control

Perception of major roles, relationships, and responsibilities in current life situation Satisfaction with or disturbances in roles and relationships

ACTIVITY-EXERCISE

SELF-PERCEPTIONSELF-CONCEPT

Patterns of personally relevant exercise, activity, leisure, and recreation ADLs that require energy expenditure Factors that interfere with the desired pattern (e.g., illness or injury)

Attitudes about self Perceived abilities, worth, self-image, emotions Body posture and movement, eye contact, voice and speech patterns

SLEEP-REST

COGNITIVE-PERCEPTUAL

Patterns of sleep and rest-/relaxation in a 24-h period Perceptions of quality and quantity of sleep and rest Use of sleep aids and routines

Adequacy of vision, hearing, taste, touch, smell Pain perception and management Language, judgment, memory, decisions

Reprinted from Nursing Diagnosis: Process and Application, 3rd ed., by M. Gordon, pp. 8096, Copyright 1994, with permission from Elsevier Science.