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...
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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 ...
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#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...
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#1. implementing - step of the nursing process, nursing actions planned in the previous step are carried out. #2. nursing intervention - as “any treatment based upon clinical judgment and knowledg...
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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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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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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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#1. vital signs - blood pressure #2. fluid - electrolytes
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#1. As the myocardium stretches, the strength of the contraction increases. - Frank-Starling law #2. What is the amount of blood ejected from the left ventricle each minute? - Cardiac output #3. Wha...
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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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#1. basic human needs - needs are common to all people, and meeting these needs is essential for the health and survival of all people; therefore, they are called #2. Physiologic needs - for oxyge...
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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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