#1. medical asepsis - includes all practices intended to confine a specific microorganism to a specific area limtis the number, growth, and transmission of microorgansims object referred to as clean ...
erinkcava|5 years ago|+1|63 views
#1. glucose - 70-110 mg/dL #2. Urine pH - 4.5-8 #3. Hct (male) - 42-52 #4. Hct (female) - 37-47 #5. Hgb (male) - 14-18 #6. Hgb (female) - 12-16 #7. RBC - 3.5-5.5 #8. Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) ...
syncope|2 years ago|±0|5 views
#1. Hemoglobin - 12-18 g/dL #2. Hematocrit - 40-50% #3. WBC - 5,000-10,000/mm3 #4. Platelets - 100,000-400,000/mm3 #5. Na+ - 135-145 mEq/L #6. K - 3.5-5.0 mEq/L #7. Cl - 95-105 mEq/L #8. BUN -...
Keshonta_Banks|2 years ago|±0|12 views
#1. Definition of law - a standard or rule of conduct established and enforced by the government that is extended chiefly to protect the rights of the public #2. What are the four sources of law? ...
Krishaelyn_Hamilton|1 year ago|±0|4 views
#1. Factors that influence hygiene practices - Personal preference Culture, religion Economics, living environment Developmental level Knowledge/Cognition #2. Factors that affect ability for pers...
peach0922|1 year ago|±0|5 views
#1. Development of Nursing from Early Civilization to the 16th Century... - As ancient Greek Civilization grew, temples became the centers of medical care because of the belief that illness was cau...
Ethel_Jean_Norman|2 years ago|±0|7 views
Nervous System Terms
#1. cehpal/o - Head example: cephalgia (a headache) #2. encephal/o - inside the head (brain) example: encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) anencephalic (born without a brain) #3. mening/o - ...
amenn3|2 years ago|±0|10 views
Nursing Process 1 Proff Nursing Practice
#1. What are some of the roles you will play as a nurse? - -caregiver -counselor -leader -teacher -managers #2. How many levels of prevention in nursing? - Three levels-- Primary, secondary...
bmasson|1 year ago|±0|4 views
Fundamentals in Nursing - Chpt 29 Infection Prevention and Control
#1. Chain of Infection - Infectious agent or pathogen Reservoir or source for pathogen growth Portal of exit Mode of transmission Portal of entry Susceptible host (immunocompromised) #2. In...
nancyp0726|2 years ago|±0|14 views
#1. guidelines for reporting pt data - should be concise, including pertinent data but no extraneous detail #2. types of reporting - change of shift telephone reports care plan conference nursing ro...
erinkcava|5 years ago|±0|26 views
Module 5 Elimination
#1. Give 3 names for the processes of emptying the bladder. - voiding micturition urination #2. A patient has developed poor muscle control from long time use of a foley catheter. What mu...
Rae_Harrison|1 year ago|±0|9 views
#1. enhanced when nurses understand - individuality holism homeostasis human needs #2. concept of individuality - each individual is a unique being focus on total care and individualized care contex...
erinkcava|5 years ago|±0|40 views