Tuesday, August 27, 2013

NCP Dermatitis - Gordon's 11 Functional Health Patterns

Gordon's 11 Functional Health Patterns - Nursing Care Plan for Dermatitis

1. Health Perception-Health Function
  • A history of previous infection.
  • Previous treatment failed.
  • History of taking certain drugs, eg., Vitamins; herbs.
  • Are there regular consultation to the doctor.
  • Personal hygiene is lacking.
  • Unhealthy environment, living overcrowding.

2. Nutritional Metabolic Pattern
  • Daily diet: the number of meals, meal times, how many times a day to eat.
  • Habit of eating certain foods: oily, spicy.
  • Preferred food types.
  • Decreased appetite.
  • Vomiting.
  • Weight loss.
  • Poor skin turgor, dry, scaly, cracked, bump.
  • Changes in skin color, there are patches, itching, burning or stinging.

3. Elimination Pattern
  • Frequent sweating.
  • Ask urination and bowel patterns.

4. Exercise Activity Pattern
  • Fulfillment disrupted everyday.
  • General weakness, malaise.
  • Tolerance to low activity.
  • Easy to sweat when doing light activity
  • Changes in breathing patterns while doing the activity.
5. Sleep-Rest Pattern
  • Trouble sleeping at night because of stress.
  • Nightmare.
6. Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
  • Changes in concentration and memory.
  • Knowledge of the disease.
7. Self-Perception Pattern
  • Feeling insecure or inferior.
  • Feelings of isolation.
8. Role-Relationship Pattern
  • Living alone or married.
  • Frequency of interaction is reduced.
  • Changes in physical capacity to carry out the role.
9. Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
  • Interference with the biological needs a partner.
  • The use of drugs that affect hormones.
10. Coping-Areas Management Pattern
  • Emotionally unstable.
  • Anxiety, fear of illness.
  • Disorientation, restlessness.

11. Value belief system
  • Changes in the client's self in worship.
  • Religion.

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