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n Nursing Diagnosis Manual Planning, Individualizing, And Documenting Client Care

n Nursing Diagnosis Manual Planning, Individualizing, And Documenting Client Care

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GORDON’S FUNCTIONAL HEALTH PATTERNS*
HEALTH PERCEPTION-HEALTHMANAGEMENT PATTERN
Contamination 185–191Disturbed energy field 261–265Effective therapeutic regimen management 680–683Health-seeking behaviors (specify) 357–361Ineffective community therapeutic regimen management687–690Ineffective family therapeutic regimen management 690–692Ineffective health maintenance 353–357Ineffective protection 536–538Ineffective therapeutic regimen management 683–686Noncompliance [ineffective Adherence] (specify) 465–470Readiness for enhanced immunization status 384–388Readiness for enhanced therapeutic regimen management693–695Risk for contamination 191–195Risk for falls 274–278Risk for infection 400–406Risk for injury 406–410Risk for perioperative positioning injury 410–414Risk for poisoning 508–513Risk for sudden infant death syndrome 222–226Risk for suffocation 661–665Risk for trauma 721–727Risk-prone health behavior 88–92
NUTRITIONAL-METABOLIC PATTERN
Adult failure to thrive 270–273Deficient fluid volume: [isotonic] 308–312[Deficient fluid volume: hyper/hypotonic] 303–308Effective breastfeeding [Learning Need] 104–107Excess fluid volume 312–316Hyperthermia 372–376Hypothermia 376–381Imbalanced nutrition: more than body requirements 477–482Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements 470–477Imbalanced nutrition: risk for more than body requirements482–486Impaired dentition 232–236Impaired oral mucous membrane 489–494Impaired skin integrity 614–620Impaired swallowing 674–680Impaired tissue integrity 703–709Ineffective breastfeeding 108–113Ineffective infant feeding pattern 397–400Ineffective thermoregulation 695–698Interrupted breastfeeding 113–118Latex allergy response 55–59Nausea 457–461Readiness for enhanced fluid balance 300–303Readiness for enhanced nutrition 486–489Risk for aspiration 71–76Risk for deficient fluid volume 316–319Risk for imbalanced fluid volume 319–322Risk for imbalanced body temperature 97–100Risk for impaired liver function 434–438Risk for impaired skin integrity 621–625Risk for latex allergy response 59–62Risk for unstable blood glucose 327–331
ELIMINATION PATTERN
Bowel incontinence 100–104Constipation 174–179Diarrhea 240–245Functional urinary incontinence 735–738Impaired urinary elimination 727–732Overflow urinary incontinence 738–740Perceived constipation 180–182Readiness for enhanced urinary elimination, 732–734Reflex urinary incontinence 740–743Risk for constipation 182–185Risk for urge urinary incontinence 755–758Stress urinary incontinence 743–747Total urinary incontinence 747–751Urge urinary incontinence 751–755[acute/chronic] Urinary retention 758–763
ACTIVITY-EXERCISE PATTERN
Activity intolerance 43–47Autonomic dysreflexia 80–84Decreased cardiac output 123–129Decreased intracranial adaptive capacity 419–423Deficient diversonal activity 257–261Delayed growth and development 347–353Delayed surgical recovery 670–674Disorganized infant behavior 388–393Dysfunctional ventilatory weaning response 768–773Fatigue 290–296Impaired spontaneous ventilation 763–768Impaired bed mobility 445–448Impaired gas exchange 322–327Impaired home maintenance 361–364Impaired physical mobility 448–453Impaired transfer ability 718–721Impaired walking 781–785Impaired wheelchair mobility 453–456Ineffective airway clearance 49–54Ineffective breathing pattern 118–122Ineffective tissue perfusion (specify type) 709–717Readiness for enhanced organized infant behavior 395–397Readiness for enhanced self care 566–569
*Modified by Marjory Gordon, 2007, with permission.
 
Risk for delayed development 236–240Risk for disorganized infant behavior 394Risk for disproportionate growth 343–347Risk for activity intolerance 47–49Risk for autonomic dysreflexia 84–87Risk for disuse syndrome 251–257Sedentary lifestyle 430–434Self-care deficit (bathing/hygiene, dressing/grooming, feeding,toileting) 569–576Wandering [specify sporadic or continual] 785–789
SLEEP-REST PATTERN
Insomnia 414–419Readiness for enhanced sleep 625–628Sleep deprivation 628–633
COGNITIVE-PERCEPTUAL PATTERN
Acute confusion 163–167Acute pain 494–499Chronic confusion 170–174Chronic pain 500–505Decisional conflict (specify) 155–159Deficient knowledge [Learning Need] (specify) 423–428Disturbed sensory perception (specify type) 599–605Disturbed thought processes 698–703Impaired environmental interpretation syndrome 265–269Impaired memory 441–445Readiness for enhanced comfort 140–145Readiness for enhanced decision making 226–229Readiness for enhanced knowledge (specify) 428–430Risk for acute confusion 167–170Unilateral neglect 461–465
SELF-PERCEPTION-SELF-CONCEPTPATTERN
Anxiety 62–67disturbed Body image 92–97Chronic low self-esteem 579–584Death anxiety 68–71Disturbed personal identity 381–384Fear [specify focus] 296–300Hopelessness 367–372Powerlessness [specify level] 528–533Readiness for enhanced hope 364–367Readiness for enhanced power 525–527Readiness for enhanced self-concept 576–579Risk for compromised human dignity 245–248Risk for loneliness 438–441Risk for powerlessness 533–536Risk for situational low self-esteem 588–590Risk for [/actual] other-directed violence 773–774Risk for [actual/] self-directed violence 774–781Situational low self-esteem 584–588
ROLE-RELATIONSHIP PATTERN
Caregiver role strain 130–136Chronic sorrow 642–645Complicated grieving 331–335Dysfunctional family processes: alcoholism (substance abuse)278–283Grieving 335–340Impaired social interaction 633–638Impaired verbal communication 145–151Ineffective role performance 562–566Interrupted family processes 283–287Parental role conflict 159–163Readiness for enhanced communication 151–155Readiness for enhanced family processes 287–290Readiness for enhanced parenting 505–508Relocation stress syndrome 554–558Risk for caregiver role strain 136–140Risk for complicated grieving 340–343Risk for impaired parent/infant/child attachment 76–80Risk for relocation stress syndrome 558–562Social isolation 638–642
SEXUALITY-REPRODUCTIVE
Ineffective sexuality patterns 610–614Rape-trauma syndrome [specify] 538–544Sexual dysfunction 605–610
COPING-STRESS TOLERANCE PATTERN
Compromised family coping 195–199Defensive coping 199–202Disabled family coping 202–206Impaired adjustment 66–69Ineffective community coping 211–214Ineffective coping 206–211Ineffective denial 229–232Post-trauma syndrome [specify stage] 513–520Readiness for enhanced community coping 217–219Readiness for enhanced coping 214–217Readiness for enhanced family coping 219–222Risk for self-mutilation 595–599Risk for suicide 665–670Risk for post-trauma syndrome 520–524Self-mutilation 591–595Stress overload 657–660
VALUE-BELIEF PATTERN
Impaired religiosity 544–548Moral distress 248–251Readiness for enhanced religiosity 548–551Readiness for enhanced spiritual well-being 653–656Risk for impaired religiosity 551–554Risk for spiritual distress 650–653Spiritual distress 645–650