Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 23 Test 1
...nursing care. Standards reflect the knowledge and skill ordinarily possessed and used by nurses actively...duty or breached it (failure to use the degree of skill and learning ordinarily used under the same or similar...
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Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 24 Test 1
...requires effective communication skills as well a critical thinking skills. Communication influences behavior...relationship. Nurses who develop critical thinking skills make the best communicators. #2. Communication...
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uHealth Assessment and Physical Examination
#1. 1. Gather baseline data about the patient's status 2. Support or refute subjective data obtained in the nursing history. 3. Confirm and identify nursing diagnosis 4. Make clinical judgments about ...
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#1. nutrition - is the study of how food nourishes the body. #2. Nutrients - are specific biochemical substances used by the body for growth, development, activity, reproduction, lactation, health...
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...to effect changes in knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed to maintain and improve health. #2. Learning...andragogy - the study of teaching adults #6. literacy skills - the ability to read and write #7. Health literacy...
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#1. cultural diversity - includes, but is not limited to, people of varying cultural background, racial and ethnic origin, religion, language, physical size, gender, sexual orientation, age, disa...
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#1. holistic care - care that addresses the many dimensions that comprise the whole person, the nurse must understand and respect each person’s own definition of health and responses to illness a...
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Key Concepts- Ch 24
#1. vital signs are the persons - temp, pulse, respiration, and BP and sometimes pain and pulse ox #2. a change in vital signs may indicate - a change in health status #3. how often do nurses obta...
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#1. outcome identification, planning - ______ and _______ steps of the nursing process, the nurse works in partnership with the patient and family to: • Establish priorities • Identify and write ...
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#1. assessing - is the systematic and continuous collection, analysis, validation, and communication of patient data, or information. #2. data - information. #3. database - includes all the perti...
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Key Terms- Chapter 37
#1. anus - opening at the end of anal canal #2. bowel incontinence - the inability of the anal sphincter to control the discharge of fecal and gaseous material #3. bowel training program - progra...
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Key Terms- Chapter 7
#1. accreditation - process by which an educational program is evaluated and then recognized as having met certain predetermined standards of education #2. assault - threat or an attempt to make b...
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Key Concepts- Chapter 2
#1. Nursings 2 essential elements - a body of knowledge and the application of that knowledge in care interventions #2. provides the rationale for nursing interventions - body of knowledge #3. s...
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