Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 23 Test 1
...nursing care. Standards reflect the knowledge and skill ordinarily possessed and used by nurses actively...duty or breached it (failure to use the degree of skill and learning ordinarily used under the same or similar...
ccarroll|8 years ago|±0|4 views
Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 24 Test 1
...requires effective communication skills as well a critical thinking skills. Communication influences behavior...relationship. Nurses who develop critical thinking skills make the best communicators. #2. Communication...
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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 ...
Boosh_75|7 years ago|±0|174 views
#1. nutrition - is the study of how food nourishes the body. #2. Nutrients - are specific biochemical substances used by the body for growth, development, activity, reproduction, lactation, health...
PBrooks001|4 years ago|±0|2 views
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...
Lexi1108|5 years ago|±0|47 views
Key Concepts- Chapter 7
#1. what 3 things should nurses wishing to avoid legal conflicts do - develop trusting nurse-patient relationships practice within the score of their competence identify potential liabilities in th...
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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...
Lexi1108|5 years ago|+1|79 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...
lashervalerie|1 year ago|±0|15 views
#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...
PBrooks001|4 years ago|±0|34 views
#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. ...
SOCO|9 years ago|±0|229 views
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...
Lexi1108|5 years ago|±0|117 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|5 years ago|±0|98 views
#1. vital signs - blood pressure #2. fluid - electrolytes
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