#1. Stress - is a condition in which the human system responds to changes in its normal balanced state. #2. stressor - is anything that is perceived as challenging, threat- ening, or demanding. #3...
PBrooks001|2 years ago|±0|22 views
Key Terms- Chapter 2
#1. applied research - research designed to directly influence or improce clinical practice #2. basic research - research designed to generate and refine theory; the findings are often not directl...
Lexi1108|4 years ago|±0|80 views
Key Terms- Chapter 38
#1. alveoli - small air sacs at the end of the terminal bronchioles that are the site of gas exchange #2. angina - a temporary imbalance between the amount of oxygen needed by the heart and the ...
Lexi1108|3 years ago|±0|91 views
#1. HIPAA - Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act #2. QSEN - Quality & Safety Education for Nursing #3. SbAR - Situation Background Assessment Recommendation -type of communication #...
chipotleoak|2 years ago|±0|217 views
Fundamentals of Nursing
Obtaining and maintaining specific knowledge and skill. In the past: care and comfort Today & Now: to...care is important. Nurses used critical thinking skills in order to move from hospital to another level...
alray|5 years ago|+3|2,160 views
#1. Urostomy - Opening for the urinary systemIndicated when long-term drainage through bladder and urethra is not possibleSurgeryObstructionMay be a “continent urostomy” #2. Ileostomy - Bringing...
Valerie_Strassheim|7 weeks ago|±0|5 views
#1. bedside report - elements includes the oncoming and outgoing nurse seeing the patient together, revieing meds record and health c are provider's and nursing orders and establishing patients g...
Ethel_Jean_Norman|10 months ago|±0|35 views
Head to Toe test
#1. A patient has a head injury and damages the hypothalamus. Which vital sign will the nurse monitor most closely? a. Pulse b. Respirations c. Temperature d. Blood pressure ...
GetOffMe|10 months ago|±0|2 views
#1. What involves physical, emotional, and cognitive components? - Pain experience #2. What is a nociceptor? - A sensory peripheral pain nerve fiber #3. What does Substance P cause? - Vasodilation ...
Boosh_75|6 years ago|±0|178 views
Infection Prevention and Control
#1. An infectious agent - Pathogen #2. Organism that multiplies within a host but does not cause an infection - Colonization #3. Illnesses such as viral meningitis or pneumonia - Infectious disease...
Boosh_75|6 years ago|±0|167 views