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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. lab assessment nutritional imbalance
  2. defamation
  3. pre-hypertension
  4. Objective data
  5. false imprisonment
  1. a 120-139systolic / 80-89 diastolic
  2. b observable and measurable: vomit, pale skin
  3. c • Changes in blood glucose, hemoglobin, protein levels
  4. d restraining a pt against will
  5. e false communication to a third person

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. • Documentation
    • Attend to safety
    • Obtain informed consents
    • 5 rights: right person, amount, time, route, medication
  2. kidney disease, capillaries bursting around the eyes, scar tissue around heart and lungs
  3. facial expression, posture, gestures, touch, distance
  4. professional wrongdoing that results in injury or damage
  5. EMTALA: prevents patients from being "shuffled" to another facility because of their inability to pay.
    HIPPA: Guidelines that you can follow in the medical office to assure patient privacy.
    PSDA: pt rights to make decisions regarding own healthcare by living will or power of attorney
    ADA: protection against discrimination of individuals with disabilities

5 True/False questions

  1. What are the normal Vital SignsBlood pressure: 120/80
    Pulse: normal healthy heart 60-100bpm Average 70-80bpm
    Respiration: 12-20


  2. standards of practiceWhat a reasonable and prudent nurse would do
    • Mandatory =Nurse Practice Act
    • Voluntary = ANA


  3. Physical assessment nutritional imbalance• Poor skin turgor
    • Concave abdomen
    • Change in muscle mass
    • Alternation in vital signs


  4. Hypertension120-139systolic / 80-89 diastolic


  5. slanderwritten defamatory statements