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Aurora University: Principles of Nursing I-Exam 1

Aurora University; Principles of Nursing I-Nursing 3100; Exam 1; KimKwas
_____ is the process of adopting a new culture.
____ is socialization into one's own culture.
____ is when an individual identifies equally with two or more cultures.
Cultural competence:
___ ___ is the process of acquiring specific knowledge, skills and attitudes that ensure delivery of culturally congruent care.
____ is the cause of biases and prejudices that associate negative characterisitics w/people from a different group.
Cultural pain:
Patients suffer ____ ____ when healthcare providers disregard their patients way of life.
Transcultural care:
___ ___ is when the nurse learns and understands about specific cultural practices to integrate into the plan of care.
Culture is not inherited but is a result of ______.
The purpose of ____ is to establish a database abou the patient's perceived needs, health problems and responses to these problems.
The nurse often ____ information from the client with a family member.
Intimate zone:
0-18 inches is considered the ____ ____.
Social zone:
The ___ ____ is from 9 to 12 feet.
Personal zone:
The ____ ____ is 18 inches to 4 feet.
Intrapersonal communication:
____ ____ is also called self-talk.
____ uncovers the deeper message beneath what is being overtly said.
Working Phase:
During the ____ ____, the nurse helps the patient w/self-exploration and goal setting.
Transpersonal communication:
____ ____ is where interaction takes place in one's spiritual domain.
Communicable disease:
A ___ ___ is transmitted directly from one person to another.
____ is a resevoir for pathogens in hepatitis B and C.
Good hand hygiene:
___ ___ ____ is the most effective way to break the chain of infection.
Draining away:
Keeping the solution in drainage tubes ____ ____ from the drainage site reduces the risk for bacteria growth.
Airborne precautions:
____ _____ are required for chickenpox and tuberculosis.
Gloves; gown:
_____ and ____ are worn to prevent contamination and transport of infective particles to other clients.
Herpes; scabies:
____ and ____ are spread by contact, and gloves and gown would be necessary.
____ are the least contaminated item to be removed before hand washing.
One inch:
A ___ ____ margin is considered to be the barrier between the sterile field in the center of the drape and the edge of the drape.
Sterile to sterile:
The rule is " ____ __ ____" to prevent contamination.
redness, excoriation, constriction:
Restraint sites must be checked regularly for signs of ____, ____ or _____.
Side rails:
The use of ___ ____ when a client is disoriented will cause more confusion and further injury.
Hepatitis A:
____ __ is spread via fecal contamination of food, water or milk.
2 hours:
Removal and inspection of restraints is required every ___ ____.
Family Practices:
____ ____ , which is the way a family uses healthcare, is an external variable that influences health beliefs and practices.
Primary prevention:
____ ____ is the prevention that precedes disease.
Secondary prevention:
____ _____ involves activities directed at diagnosis & intervention to reduce severity.
Tertiary prevention:
___ ___ involves minimizing the effects of long-term disease.
Preventive care:
Tertiary prevention is also called ____ ____, because it involves preventing further disability.
Individual values:
Each person defines health & wellness based on ____ ____, personality & lifestyle.
Hepatitis C is a communicable disease that can be _____.