Key Terms- Ch 24
#1. afebrile - a condition in which the body temperature is not elevated #2. apnea - absence of breathing #3. blood pressure - force of blood against arterial walls #4. bradycardia - slow heart ra...
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Key Terms- Chapter 16
#1. change of shift reports - communication method used by nurses who are completing care for a patient to transmit patient information to nurses who are about to assume responsibility for contin...
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Key Terms- Chapter 1
#1. Health - state of optimal functioning or well-being #2. Licensure - to be given a license to practice nursing in a state or province after successfully meeting requirements #3. Nurse Practice ...
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Key Terms- Chapter 25
#1. activities of daily living ADLs - the activities of daily living needed for independent living #2. adventitious breath sounds - abnormal breath sound hear over the lungs #3. auscultation - lis...
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#1. Circumscribed, Flat, Nonpalpable change in skin color: Lesion < or = 1cm Petechiae, freckle - Macule #2. Circumscribed, Flat, Nonpalpable change in skin color: Lesion >1cm Vitiligo - Patch #3. ...
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Key Concepts- Chapter 30
the comprehensive nursing assessment uses ___ skills to elicit data about a patients hygiene status... and mucous membranes - knowledge, attitude, skills, and resources #6. bathing and caring for the body...
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#1. diagnosing - (1) identify how a person, group, or community responds to actual or potential health and life processes; (2) identify factors that contrib- ute to or cause health problems (etio...
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#1. Communication - is the process of exchanging information and generating and transmitting meanings between two or more people. #2. stimulus - in this case a patient need that must be addressed....
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Health and Illness
#1. Immunizing children against measles is an example of which of the following levels of preventive care? - Primary care #2. Referring an HIV+ pt to a local support group is an example of which of t...
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...of care. #2. Criteria - are measurable qualities, attributes, or characteristics that identify skills, knowledge, or health states. #3. Standards - are the levels of performance accepted by and expected...
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Key Concepts- Chapter 6
#1. beliefs about the worth of something and are formed during a lifetime - values #2. what influences values - environmentfamilyculture #3. values essential to the professional nurse - altuismauto...
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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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Fundamentals of Nursing: Medications
Medication Safety, Actions basic to nursing care
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#1. gelatinous container to hold powder/liquid med (ORAL) - capsule #2. liquid preparation of med w/alcohol base (ORAL) - elixir #3. suspension w/in an oil base (ORAL) - emulsion #4. coating that c...
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