Quiz 43. Communications II

Stereotyping is a common danger nurses encounter in patient assessment. Which statement concerning stereotyping is false?
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For the operating room nurse, the most important single asset necessary for a successful preoperative visit is:empathyThe phase in the nursing process which consists of interviewing, collecting data and taking a nursing history is known as:assessmentEstablished standards for nursing practice in the OR include guidelines for: 1. skin preparation, 2. attire, 3. packaging, 4. liability, 5. counts, 6. preoperative assessment and postoperative evaluation.1, 2, 3, 5, 6Appropriate action for the circulating nurse to take if a pack contains an incorrect number of sponges is to:remove from the room immediatelyWhat is the keynote for continuity in care planning among all nursing personnel?verbal communicationThe nursing process approach to patient care is comprised of the following steps: 1. planning, 2. assessment, 3. documentation, 4. evaluation, 5. instruction, 6. implementation.1, 2, 4, 6Ideally, what action terminates the operating room nurse's patient interaction?postoperative visitPlace the following steps in a preoperative visit in the correct sequence: 1. obtain information from patient, 2. review patient's chart, 3. write nursing care plan, 4. review preoperative preparation with patient, 5. document visit in nurse's notes2, 1, 4, 5, 3Criteria used to determine the success of communication are: 1. feed back 2. appropriateness of reply, 3. efficiency, 4. flexibility, 5. specific results1, 2, 3, 4, 5Verbal barriers to communication are: 1. disinterest, 2. jumping to conclusions, 3. lack of trust, 4. changing the subject, 5. having a judgmental attitude, 6. revulsion.2, 4, 5From the nursing history taken in the assessment phase of the nursing process, the nurse develops:a nursing diagnosisWhich statement concerning an incorrect count is false?an incident report is written only if item is not foundMethods for evaluating effectiveness of nursing care, by comparing actual care with established standards are: 1. accountability, 2. documentation, 3. audit, 4. peer review.3, 4To achieve continuity of patient care, __________ and __________ are essential.documentation; communicationWhich are essential for an effective nursing audit: 1. intraoperative record, 2. documentation of nurse preoperative visit, 3. names of personnel involved in patient care, 4. anesthesia record, 5. written nursing care plan.1, 2, 3, 4, 5