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Vineta Byrd Chapters (14, 59, 55, 12) HW 1
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The family cares for the body, and the funeral is often at home in what religion? (Select all that apply)
Page 132. Table 14-1
What is the priority for a dying person?
Pg. 131. Paragraph 2
1. Cure for illness
2. Spiritual Counseling
3. Basic human needs***
4. Healthy diet
Which items help to shape people's attitude toward death? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 131 Influences of Culture, Ethnicity, and Religion Paragraph 1
1. Educational background
2. Cultural beliefs**
3. Ethnic beliefs**
4. Religious beliefs**
What is the preliminary stage of dealing with death?
Pg. 133 Denial- 1st Paragraph
A benefit of normal aging in regards to death?
Pg. 132 Last paragraph
1. Not having to go through any of the stages of death
2. Gradually adjusting to the inevitability of death**
3. Not having to think of death
4. Having to confront death with immediacy
Stage of death when the client starts to plan for life after death?
Pg. 133 Last Paragraph
Religion that requires Reader to be called, no last rites, and forbids an autopsy?
Pg. 132 Table 14-1
2. Russian Orthodox
4. Christian Science **
Other conditions besides death that can be associated with loss?
Pg. 132 Kubler-Ross Stages of Grief and Loss 3rd Paragraph
1. Chronic illness**
3. Unrelieved pain**
Gift the nurse can bring to the client and family?
Pg. 132 Paragraph 3
1. Legal Advice
The process of dying has been compared with what other life process?
Pg. 134 Last paragraph
Signs of approaching death? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 842 Box 59-3
1. Intake of food and drink diminishes**
2. Desire for favorite food increases
3. Noisy breathing is common**
4. Extremities feel warmer to touch
Clinical death occurs when the following takes place?
Pg. 843 Clinical Versus Biological Death Paragraph 2
1. Patient is totally unresponsive to stimuli
2. Respiration and heart both stop**
3. Irreversible cessation of heart and lung function
4. Pupils are fixed and dilated
What is the last sense to go prior to death?
Pg. 843. Failing Senses
Care following death of a client must carried out by? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 843 Care Following the Death of a Client
2. Certified Nurses Aid
Three major decisions a family may be required to make after the death of a loved one? (Select three appropriate choices)
Pg. 844. The Postmortem Examination (Last Key Concept Box)
1. Performance of an autopsy**
2. Donation of organs or tissues**
3. Choice of funeral home or crematorium**
4. Who will manage the scene
Possible nursing diagnosis for the dying client? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 841 Possible Nursing Diagnoses
1. Social Isolation**
2. Spiritual Distress**
3. Risk for caregiver strain**
4. Risk for narcotic addiction
How is the plan of care evaluated in the case of a dying client?
Pg. 841 Evaluation
1. Client death with dignity**
2. Patient recovers
3. Family show no emotion
4. Intact family, appropriately progressing through stages of grief**
Actions family members can take to help ease client's pain? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 841 Nursing Care of the Dying Client's Family Paragraph 2
1. Taking turns staying with client**
2. Do not talk while in the room
3. No crying while in the room
4. Give client permission to move on if needed**
Some steps for implementing nursing care plan for dying person?
Pg. 841 Implementation
1. Talk with client even if he or she is comatose**
2. Provide appropriate pain relief**
3. Maintain communication with all concerned**
4. Express warmth, care and concern**
Positions that maybe comfortable for dying patient that is unable to express discomfort?
Pg. 838 Positioning Paragraph 2
1. Lying on stomach
2. Lying flat on back without pillows
3. Lateral (side-lying) position**
4. Sitting slumped in a chair
Appropriate ways to define or express pain? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 759 Pain
1. The body's way to signal distress**
2. Is difficult to define**
3. Can be objectively measured
4. Pain is whatever the doctor says it is
One of the most common reason's people seek healthcare?
Pg. 759 Pain
The purpose of pain?
Pg. 759 Pain
1. Chiefly protective**
2. Acts as a warning that tissues are damaged**
3. Induce sufferer to remove or withdraw from source**
4. Fight infection
NANDA stands for the following?
Pg. 759 Pain
1. The Nursing Association of Diagnosis Association
2. The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association
3. The North America Nurses Diagnostic Association
4. The Nursing Associates of Diagnosis Appendix
How is nursing care directed at pain?
Pg. 759 Causes of Pain Paragraph 1
1. Relieving pain regardless of cause**
2. Relieving pain only if cause is defined
3. Various interventions**
4. Teaching patient to deal with pain
Nociception is defined as the following?
Pg. 760 Pain Transmission
1. Abnormal pain transmission
2. Severe pain transmission
3. Nerve pain transmission
4. Normal pain transmission**
Phases of nociception pain? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 760 Pain Transmission
Types of pain? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 760 Types of Pain
Pain threshold is defined as the following?
1. Highest intensity of stimulus that induces pain
2. Lowest intensity of stimulus that induces pain**
3. Acute level of pain
4. Chronic pain
The documentation of pain includes? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 762 Pain as the Fifth Vital Sign (Key Concept Box)
1. Level of pain**
3. Action taken**
4. Description of Pain**
A key challenge for young adults?
Pg. 121 Key Concept Box
1. Student loans
2. Credit card debt
3. Job search
4. Establishing intimacy**
In what stage in life does reappraising commitments take place?
Pg. 122 Reappraising Commitments
1. 30 to 40 years
2. 20 to 30 years**
3. 30 to 40 years
4. 40 to 50 years
A person's ability to establish roots are influenced by which factors? (Select all that apply)
Pg. 121 Establishing an Adult Identification: Seeking Oneself
3. Cultural attitude**
4. Income level
Middle adulthood ranges from approximately what ages?
Pg. 123 Development in Middle Adulthood
At what age does death become more of a reality for most people?
Page. 123 Perceiving One's Mortality
Common characteristics of middle-aged individuals in the workplace?
Pg. 123 Address Midlife Transitions Paragraph 2
1. Unproductive and complete task slower
2. Productive, complete task quickly, and accurately**
3. Do not cooperate with others in the workplace
4. Very competitive
Teenage and unplanned pregnancies in the past 10 years?
Pg. 122 Starting a Family Paragraph 1
1. Have increased
2. Have declined**
3. Remained the same
How have pensions changed?
Pg. 124 Planning for Retirement Paragraph 2
1. More companies offer pensions
2. Many corporation no longer offer pensions**
3. Money for pensions have increased
4. Pensions are low risk investments
The tasks of generativity occurs when?
Pg. 121 Middle Adulthood: Generativity Versus Stagnation
1. Adults focus on individual pursuits
2. Middle-aged adults share skills with younger people**
3. Middle-aged adults learn new things
4. Young adults teach older adults new things
Early adulthood virtues?
Pg. 121 Table 12-1
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