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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Key Concepts- Ch 34
#1. pain is classified by cause as either - nociceptive pain or neuropathic pain #2. pain processes involved in nociceptive pain - transduction, transmission, perception, modulation #3. 8 factors ...
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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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Ch 24 Ex 2 Lec A
#1. 4 Classic Vital signs in order - Temp, Pulse, Resp, B/P #2. Temp - 98.6 #3. Pulse - 60-100 #4. Resp - 12 - 20 #5. B/P - 120/80 #6. what else could be used to take VS (vital signs)? - pulse o...
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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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Key Concepts- Chapter 32
#1. the framework of bones, joints, and cartilage that protect our organs and allows us to move - skeletal system #2. 5 functions of the skeletal system - supportprotectionattachmentstoragehematop...
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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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