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Chapter 6 Fund.
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breathing, food, water, sex, sleep, homeostasis, and extreation
Security of body, employment, resources, morality, family, health and property
Maslow's Love and Belonging
friendship, family, sexual intimacy
self esteem, confidence, achievement, respect of others, respect from other's
Maslow's Self actualization
Morality, creativity, spontaneity, problem solving, lack of prejudice, acceptance of facts.
According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, which of these needs would the patient seek to meet first?
B. Psychological security
D. Love and belonging
Holistic Health Model
Proposed by Mandle, is also known as complementary or alternative medicine. It is based on a comprehensive view of the person as a biopsychosocial and spiritual being
Developmental Internal Variables
Children, adolescents, adults, older adults---someone who is an adult but thinks like a child, etc
Intellectual Background (Internal Variables)
patient's actual knowledge of body, educational background—can they read?, past experience, etc
Perception of functioning
understanding how pt's perceive their physical functioning—Pain, Shortness of breath, fatigue
Emotional Factors (Internal Variables)
stress, depression, fear—and how each affect health
Spiritual Factors (Internal Variables)
does the person believe in afterlife, etc?
How your parents took care of you influenced how you take care of you
If they have insurance, can they afford food, can they be healthy
Diet, beliefs, rituals, etc.
D. Socioeconomic factors
After evaluating a patient's external variables, the nurse concludes that health beliefs and practices can be influenced by
A. Emotional factors.
B. Intellectual background.
C. Developmental stage.
D. Socioeconomic factors.
primary level of prevention
True prevention that lowers the chances that a disease will develop.
secondary level of prevention
Focuses on those who have a disease or are at risk to develop a disease
Tertiary level of prevention
Occurs when a defect or disability is permanent or irreversible
health promotion, wellness education programs, immunizations,
are all examples of ....
home health, health care facility, or skilled nursing facility are all examples of
Aiming to help patients achieve as high a level of functioning as possible is an example of...
You will use the concept of primary prevention when instructing a patient to
A. Get a flu shot every year.
B. Take a blood pressure reading every day.
C. Explore hiring a patient with a known disability.
D. Undergo physical therapy following a cerebrovascular accident.
A Get a flu shot every year
Not intending to make changes within the next 6 months
Considering a change within the next 6 months
Making small changes in preparation for a change in the next month
Actively engaged in strategies to change behavior; lasts up to 6 months
Sustained change over time; begins 6 months after action has started and continues indefinitely
Sally has decided to set aside 30 minutes a day to walk after work next week. Sally is in what stage of risk factor modification?
Internal variables of illness behavior
Perception of illness and nature of illness
External variables of illness behavior
Visibility of symptoms, social group, cultural background, economics, and accessibility to health care
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