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Nursing Diagnoses by Functional Health Patterns Cheat Sheet (DRAFT) by [deleted]

This is a draft cheat sheet. It is a work in progress and is not finished yet.

1. Pattern Perception and Control of Health

Altered health mainte­nance
Altered protection
Ineffe­ctive management of therap­eutic regimen
High risk of injury
High risk of poisoning
High risk of suffoc­ation

2. Pattern Nutrition and Metabolic

High risk for altered nutrition: intake exceeds the body’s needs.
Altered nutrition: intake exceeds the body’s needs
Altered nutrition: eating less than the body needs.
Effective breast­feeding
Ineffe­ctive breast­fee­ding.
Interr­upted breast­fee­ding.
Ineffe­ctive infant feeding pattern.
High risk of aspiration
Swallowing disorder.
Altered oral mucosa.
High risk for fluid volume deficits.
Fluid volume deficits.
Excess fluid volume.
High risk for impaired skin integrity.
Impaired skin integrity.
Impaired tissue integrity.
High risk for altered body temper­ature.
Ineffe­ctive thermo­reg­ula­tion.

3. Elimin­ation pattern

Consti­pation perceived
Colonic consti­pation.
Bowel incont­inence.
Altered urinary excretion
Functional incont­inence
Stress incont­inence
Urge incont­inence
Total incont­inence
Reflex incont­inence
Urinary retention

4. Pattern of Activity and Exercise

Activity intole­rance.
Inability to sustain sponta­neous breathing.
High risk of activity intole­rance.
High risk for peripheral neurov­ascular dysfun­ction.
Impaired physical mobility.
High risk of syndrome of disuse.
Forgot Unilateral
Self-care deficit: bathing / hygiene.
Self-care deficit: dressing / under
Self-care deficit: feeding.
Self-care deficit: evacua­tion.
Deficit recreation
Household altered.
Ineffe­ctive cleaning air.
Ineffi­cient breathing pattern.
Altered gas exchange.
Decreased cardiac output.
Altered tissue perfusion (renal, cerebral, cardiac, gastro­int­est­inal, periph­eral)
High risk of trauma

5. Standard of Rest and Sleep

Altered sleep patterns.

7. Self-p­erc­eption and self-c­oncept pattern

Sense of powerl­ess­ness.
Body Image Disorder
High risk of automu­til­iaciin.
Personal identity disorder.
Disorder of self-e­steem.
Chronic low self-e­steem
Situat­ional low self-e­steem

6. Cognitive and Perceptual Pattern

Chronic Pain
Altera­tions sensory / perceptual (visual, auditory, kin esthetic, gustatory, tactile, olfact­ory).
Unilateral oblivion.
Knowledge deficits.
Altered thought processes.
Difficult decision