...assists the nurse in - making nursing diagnoses, both actual and potential. These nursing diagnoses help...#1. The four phases of the nursing process are discussed as - they relate to health teaching with medication...
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This includes the nurse’s knowledge of patient limitations regarding the route. Nurses must also ensure...“five rights” of medication administration, the nurse has six rights concerning safe medication administration...
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...sublingually or buccally if ordered in this manner. #4. Nurses should encourage their clients to - use child-resistant...additional concern of - needlestick injury to the nurse. Many manufacturers have responded with various...
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#1. The nurse must have adequate understanding of the phases of drug action: they are - pharmaceutic...understand the pharmacodynamics of a drug, the nurse must - understand the different aspects of drug...
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Nursing Process and Client Teaching
ARE FOUR PHASES OF THE NURSING PROCESS THEY ARE: - ASSESSMENT (INCLUDING NURSING DIAGNOSIS), PLANNING...OR POTENTIAL. #13. NURSING DIAGNOSIS - THE REGISTERED NURSE FORMULATES NURSING DIAGNOSIS AND USES THEM...
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Drug Action: Pharmaceutics, Pharmacokinetics, and Pharmacodynamic Phases
THE? - GI TRACT #6. DEFINE DISSOLUTION - THE PROCESS WHERE A DRUG IN SOLID FORM (TABLET OR CAPSULE)..._______________. - GASTRIC MUCOSA; PROTECTANTS #19. THE PROCESS OF DRUG MOVEMENT TO ACHIEVE DRUG ACTION - PHARMACOKINETIC...
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