#1. What is the functional unit of the kidney that forms the urine? - Nephron #2. __________ is the presence of large amounts of protein in the urine. - Proteinuria #3. What functions within the bon...
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Key Concepts- Chapter 16
#1. essential for coordination and continuity of care - effective communication among health care professionals #2. the 3 forms of communication central to nurses professional role are - documenting...
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#1. What ensures that all medications undergo vigorous testing before being sold? - The Food and Drug Administration #2. What conforms to federal legislation but also has additional control such as a...
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Key Terms- Chapter 6
#1. advocacy - protection and support of another's rights #2. autonomy - self determination #3. beneficence - principle of doing good #4. bioethics - ethics that encompass all those perspectives t...
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NUR501- week 2
#1. Restraint - any manual method, physical or mechanical device, material, or equipment that immobilizes or reduces the ability of a patient to move his or her arms, legs, body, or head freely. ...
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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...
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Admitting, Transfer, and Discharge
#1. The patient is scheduled to go home after having coronary angioplasty. What would be the most effective way to provide discharge teaching to this patient? a. Provide him with information on h...
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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 ...
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#1. IV therapy is used to correct or prevent fluid and electrolyte ___________. - Imbalance #2. ___________ are catheters, cannulas, or infusion ports designed for repeated access to the vascular sys...
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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...
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