Functional Health Assessment

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Functional Health Pattern Examples

Health Perception/Health Management
Client's perceived pattern of healthand well-being and how health ismanaged.Compliance with medication regimen, useof health-promotion activities such asregular exercise, annual check-ups.

Nutritional-Metabolic
Pattern of food and fluidconsumption relative to metabolicneed and pattern; indicators of localnutrient supply.Condition of skin, teeth, hair, nails,mucous membranes; height and weight.

Elimination
Patterns of excretory function(bowel, bladder, and skin). Includes client's perception of

normal"function.Frequency of bowel movements, voiding pattern, pain on urination, appearance of urine and stool. Activity - Exercise
Patterns of exercise, activity, leisure,and recreation.Exercise, hobbies. May includecardiovascular and respiratory status,mobility, and activities of daily living.

Cognitive-Perceptual
Sensory-perceptual and cognitive patterns. Vision, hearing, taste, touch, smell, pain perception and management; cognitive functions such as language, memory, and decision making.

Sleep-Rest
Patterns of sleep, rest, andrelaxation.Client's perception of quality and quantityof sleep and energy, sleep aids, routinesclient uses.

Self-Perception/Self Concept
Client's self-concept pattern and perceptions of self.Body comfort, body image, feeling state,attitudes about self, perception of abilities, objective data such as body posture, eye contact, voice tone.

Role-Relationship
Client's pattern of role engagementsand relationships.Perception of current major roles sandresponsibilities (e.g., father, husband,salesman); satisfaction with family, work,or social relationships.

Sexuality-Reproductive

Patterns of satisfaction anddissatisfaction with sexuality pattern; reproductive pattern. Number and histories of pregnancy andchildbirth; difficulties with sexualfunctioning; satisfaction with sexualrelationship. Coping / Stress Tolerance

General coping pattern...
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