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Assisting with the Nursing Process
Terms in this set (34)
what is a nursing diagnoses?
what is not a step in the nursing process?
what is used to communicate the nursing tasks delegated to you?
an assignment sheet
the nursing process
is the method nurses use to plan and deliver nursing care
the comprehensive care plan is
the measures to help the person
what happens during assessment?
information is collected
what is true about the nursing process?
it is used to communicate the person's care
what is a symptom
measures in the nursing care plan are carried out. this is
what is a sign
what should you report at once?
the person can no longer move a body part
What should you report at once?
the person complains of sudden, severe pain
what is false about observation
you report observations to the doctor
objective data does not include
the person has pain in his abdomen
what words are used to describe a patient's pain when performing a basic observation?
sharp, severe, knife like
what are things that should be observed when assessing a patient's skin?
pale, or flushed, cool warm or hot, moist or dry
what are things to observe when assessing a patient's urine?
color, smell, amount
three activities of daily living
bathing, brushing teeth, combing and brushing hair
collecting information about the person
comprehensive care plan
a written guide about the care a person should receive
to determine if goals in the planning step were met
that which is desired for or by a person as a result or nursing care
to perform or carry out nursing measures in the care plan
members of the departments found in a nursing center
the identification of a disease or condition by a doctor
describes a health problem that can be treated by nursing measures
an action or measure taken by the nursing team to help the person reach a goal
the method nurses use to plan and deliver nursing care
information that is seen, heard, felt, or smelled by an observer
using the senses of sight, hearing, touch, and smell to collect information
setting priorities and goals
daily services provided by an RN and/or therapist for rehabilitation or other complex services
things a person tells you about that you cannot observe through your senses
information that is collected from the MDS for the Care Area Assessments (CAAs)
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