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Gordon`s Functional Health Patterns is a method develops By Marjorie Gordon in 1987

proposed Iunctional health patterns as a guide Ior establishing a comprehensive nursing data
base. By using these categories it`s possible to create a systematic and standardized approach
to data collection, and enable the nurse to determine the Iollowing aspects oI health and
human Iunction:
11 Gordon`s Functional Health Patterns
1. Health Perception Health Management Pattern
2. Nutritional Metabolic Pattern
3. Elimination Pattern
4. Activity Exercise Pattern
5. Sleep Rest Pattern
6. Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
7. SelI-Perception-SelI-Concept Pattern
8. Role-Relationship Pattern
9. Sexuality-Reproductive
10.Coping-Stress Tolerance Pattern
11.Value-BelieI Pattern
Health Perception and Health Management. It`s Iocused on the person`s perceived level oI
health and well-being, and on practices Ior maintaining health. Also evaluated Habits
including smoking and alcohol or drug use.
O Contamination
O isturbed energy Iield
O EIIective therapeutic regimen management
O Health-seeking behaviors (speciIy)
O IneIIective community therapeutic regimen management
O IneIIective Iamily therapeutic regimen management
O IneIIective health maintenance
O IneIIective protection
O IneIIective therapeutic regimen management
O Noncompliance (ineIIective Adherence)
O Readiness Ior enhanced immunization status
O Readiness Ior enhanced therapeutic regimen management
O Risk Ior contamination
O Risk Ior inIection
O Risk Ior injury
O Risk Ior perioperative positioning injury
O Risk Ior poisoning
O Risk Ior sudden inIant death syndrome
O Risk Ior suIIocation
O Risk Ior trauma
O Risk-prone health behavior
utritional Metabolic Pattern it`s Iocused on the pattern oI Iood and Iluid consumption
relative to metabolic need. Is evaluated the adequacy oI local nutrient supplies. Actual or
potential problems related to Iluid balance, tissue integrity, and host deIenses may be
identiIied as well as problems with the gastrointestinal system.

O Adult Iailure to thrive


O eIicient Iluid volume: |isotonic|
O |eIicient Iluid volume: hyper/hypotonic|
O EIIective breastIeeding |Learning Need|
O Excess Iluid volume
O Hyperthermia
O Hypothermia
O Imbalanced nutrition: more than body requirements
O Imbalanced nutrition: less than body requirements
O Imbalanced nutrition: risk Ior more than body requirements
O Impaired dentition
O Impaired oral mucous membrane
O Impaired skin integrity
O Impaired swallowing
O Impaired tissue integrity
O IneIIective breastIeeding
O IneIIective inIant Ieeding pattern
O IneIIective thermoregulation
O Interrupted breastIeeding
O Latex allergy response
O Nausea
O Readiness Ior enhanced Iluid balance
O Readiness Ior enhanced nutrition
O Risk Ior aspiration
O Risk Ior deIicient Iluid volume
O Risk Ior imbalanced Iluid volume
O Risk Ior imbalanced body temperature
O Risk Ior impaired liver Iunction
O Risk Ior impaired skin integrity
O Risk Ior latex allergy response
O Risk Ior unstable blood glucose
limination Pattern. It`s Iocused on excretory patterns (bowel, bladder, skin).
O Bowel incontinence
O Constipation
O iarrhea
O Functional urinary incontinence
O Impaired urinary elimination
O verIlow urinary incontinence
O Perceived constipation
O Readiness Ior enhanced urinary elimination,
O ReIlex urinary incontinence
O Risk Ior constipation
O Risk Ior urge urinary incontinence
O Stress urinary incontinence
O Total urinary incontinence
O &rge urinary incontinence
O |acute/chronic| &rinary retention

ctivity and ercise Pattern. It`s Iocused on the activities oI daily living requiring energy
expenditure, including selI-care activities, exercise, and leisure activities.
O Activity intolerance
O Autonomic dysreIlexia
O ecreased cardiac output
O ecreased intracranial adaptive capacity
O eIicient diversonal activity
O elayed growth and development
O elayed surgical recovery
O isorganized inIant behavior
O ysIunctional ventilatory weaning response
O Fatigue
O Impaired spontaneous ventilation
O Impaired bed mobility
O Impaired gas exchange
O Impaired home maintenance
O Impaired physical mobility
O Impaired transIer ability
O Impaired walking
O Impaired wheelchair mobility
O IneIIective airway clearance
O IneIIective breathing pattern
O IneIIective tissue perIusion
O Readiness Ior enhanced organized inIant behavior
O Readiness Ior enhanced selI care
O Risk Ior delayed development
O Risk Ior disorganized inIant behavior
O Risk Ior disproportionate growth
O Risk Ior activity intolerance
O Risk Ior autonomic dysreIlexia
O Risk Ior disuse syndrome
O Sedentary liIestyle
O SelI-care deIicit
O andering
ognitive-Perceptual Pattern. It`s Iocused on the ability to comprehend and use
inIormation and on the sensory Iunctions. Neurologic Iunctions, Sensory experiences such as
pain and altered sensory input.
O Acute conIusion
O Acute pain
O Chronic conIusion
O Chronic pain
O ecisional conIlict
O eIicient knowledge
O isturbed sensory perception
O isturbed thought processes
O Impaired environmental interpretation syndrome
O Impaired memory

O Readiness Ior enhanced comIort


O Readiness Ior enhanced decision making
O Readiness Ior enhanced knowledge
O Risk Ior acute conIusion
O &nilateral neglect
$leep Rest Pattern. It`s Iocused on the person`s sleep, rest, and relaxation practices. To
identiIied dysIunctional sleep patterns, Iatigue, and responses to sleep deprivation.
O Insomnia
O Readiness Ior enhanced sleep
O Sleep deprivation
$elf-Perception-$elf-oncept Pattern its Iocused on the person`s attitudes toward selI,
including identity, body image, and sense oI selI-worth.
O Anxiety
O disturbed Body image
O Chronic low selI-esteem
O eath anxiety
O isturbed personal identity
O Fear
O Hopelessness
O Powerlessness
O Readiness Ior enhanced hope
O Readiness Ior enhanced power
O Readiness Ior enhanced selI-concept
O Risk Ior compromised human dignity
O Risk Ior loneliness
O Risk Ior powerlessness
O Risk Ior situational low selI-esteem
O Risk Ior |/actual| other-directed violence
O Risk Ior |actual/| selI-directed violence
O Situational low selI-esteem
Role-Relationship Pattern. It`s Iocused on the person`s roles in the world and relationships
with others. Evaluated SatisIaction with roles, role strain, or dysIunctional relationships.
O Caregiver role strain
O Chronic sorrow
O Complicated grieving
O ysIunctional Iamily processes: alcoholism (substance abuse)
O Grieving
O Impaired social interaction
O Impaired verbal communication
O IneIIective role perIormance
O Interrupted Iamily processes
O Parental role conIlict
O Readiness Ior enhanced communication
O Readiness Ior enhanced Iamily processes

O Readiness Ior enhanced parenting


O Relocation stress syndrome
O Risk Ior caregiver role strain
O Risk Ior complicated grieving
O Risk Ior impaired parent/inIant/child attachment
O Risk Ior relocation stress syndrome
O Social isolation
$euality and Reproduction. It`s Iocused on the person`s satisIaction or dissatisIaction with
sexuality patterns and reproductive Iunctions.
O IneIIective sexuality patterns
O Rape-trauma syndrome
O Sexual dysIunction
oping-$tress Tolerance Pattern. its Iocused on the person`s perception oI stress and
coping strategies Support systems, evaluated symptoms oI stress, eIIectiveness oI a person`s
coping strategies.
O Compromised Iamily coping
O eIensive coping
O isabled Iamily coping
O Impaired adjustment
O IneIIective community coping
O IneIIective coping
O IneIIective denial
O Post-trauma syndrome
O Readiness Ior enhanced community coping
O Readiness Ior enhanced coping
O Readiness Ior enhanced Iamily coping
O Risk Ior selI-mutilation
O Risk Ior suicide
O Risk Ior post-trauma syndrome
O SelI-mutilation
O Stress overload
'alue-Belief Pattern it`s Iocused on the person`s values and belieIs.
O Impaired religiosity
O Moral distress
O Readiness Ior enhanced religiosity
O Readiness Ior enhanced spiritual well-being
O Risk Ior impaired religiosity
O Risk Ior spiritual distress
O Spiritual distres