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Basic nursing chapter 21
Pyrexia
Pyrogens
Diaphoresis
Hypoxia
Fever occurs when normal mechanisms of the body cannot keep u…
Substances that cause fever such as bacteria cause an immune…
Excessive sweat production which attempts to cool the body by…
state of insufficient oxygen cerebral hypoxia may cause confu…
Pyrexia
Fever occurs when normal mechanisms of the body cannot keep u…
Pyrogens
Substances that cause fever such as bacteria cause an immune…
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Chapter 21: Measuring Vital Signs (basic Nursing Skills)
Vital signs
Metabolism
Fever
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
Temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, and pain level
Cellular chemical reactions in the body
Elevated temperature
Rate at which heat is produced when the body is at rest
Vital signs
Temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, and pain level
Metabolism
Cellular chemical reactions in the body
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Basic Nursing Chapter 21 Exam 2
airway pressure release ventilation (A…
assist- control (A/ C) ventilation
chest drainage system
chest percussion
mode of mechanical ventilation that allows unrestricted, spon…
mode of mechanical ventilation in which the patient's breathi…
the use of a chest tube and closed drainage system to re- exp…
manually cupping hands over the chest wall and using vibratio…
airway pressure release ventilation (A…
mode of mechanical ventilation that allows unrestricted, spon…
assist- control (A/ C) ventilation
mode of mechanical ventilation in which the patient's breathi…
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Chapter 21: Basic Statistics
Descriptive Statistics
Population
Sample
Central Limit Theorem
Presentation of population or sample characteristics to facil…
The entire set of items or events to be examined.
A set of items taken from a population for study.
The sampling distribution of the mean is approximately normal…
Descriptive Statistics
Presentation of population or sample characteristics to facil…
Population
The entire set of items or events to be examined.
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Nursing 310 Chapter 21, 22
flexion
extension
hyperextension
abduction
state of being bent, bringing 2 bones closer together
straightening motion
extreme or abnormal extension
lateral movement of the body part away from the midline
flexion
state of being bent, bringing 2 bones closer together
extension
straightening motion
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Nursing 310 Chapter 21, 22
flexion
extension
hyperextension
abduction
state of being bent, bringing 2 bones closer together
straightening motion
extreme or abnormal extension
lateral movement of the body part away from the midline
flexion
state of being bent, bringing 2 bones closer together
extension
straightening motion
Chapter 21: Nursing Assistant skills
alignment
anesthesia
bed cradle
binders
body parts are in the correct anatomical position
inability to feel sensation
a device placed on a bed to keep the top bed linens from cont…
devises applied to hold the dressings in place, provide suppo…
alignment
body parts are in the correct anatomical position
anesthesia
inability to feel sensation
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Chapter 21 Nursing
Recent IOM Reports
IOM's Six Aims to Guide Improvements
Safe
Timely
-Between 44,000 and 98,000 Americans die from medical errors…
safe, timely, effetive, Efficient, Equitable, Patient-centered
avoiding injuries to patients caused by the care that is inte…
reducing waits and sometimes harmful delays for those who rec…
Recent IOM Reports
-Between 44,000 and 98,000 Americans die from medical errors…
IOM's Six Aims to Guide Improvements
safe, timely, effetive, Efficient, Equitable, Patient-centered
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Nursing Chapter 21
Alimentary Tract
Alimentary Tract Parts
Functions of Alimentary Tract
Omentum
-A 27 foot tube from mouth to anus ... -Peristalsis moves food a…
-Esophagus: 10 inches long... -Stomach... -Small Intestine: 21 feet…
-Ingest and Digest food... -Absorb nutrients, electrolytes, and…
-The peritoneum; a serious membrane lines the cavity and form…
Alimentary Tract
-A 27 foot tube from mouth to anus ... -Peristalsis moves food a…
Alimentary Tract Parts
-Esophagus: 10 inches long... -Stomach... -Small Intestine: 21 feet…
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Chapter 21 nursing vocabulary
Learning
Cognitive learning
Psychomotor learning
Affective learning
Learning is a process by which a person acquires or increase…
Involves the storing and recalling of new knowledge in the br…
Learning a physical skills involving the integration of menta…
Includes changes in attitudes, values, and feeling. Example,…
Learning
Learning is a process by which a person acquires or increase…
Cognitive learning
Involves the storing and recalling of new knowledge in the br…
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BASIC NURSING Chapter 21 Physical Assessment pg.485
Health assessment
Nursing assessments
Medical assessments
Physical examination, or physical asse…
This is a comprehensive assessment of the physical, mental, s…
This term focus on the client's functional abilities and phys…
This focus on disease and pathology.
This is the techniques used to gather objective data about th…
Health assessment
This is a comprehensive assessment of the physical, mental, s…
Nursing assessments
This term focus on the client's functional abilities and phys…
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Chapter 21 Nursing Vocab
Abduction
Adduction
Amputation
Arthritis
Moving a body part away from the midline of the body
Moving a body part toward the midline of the body
The surgical removal of an extremity
A general term that refers to inflammation of the joints
Abduction
Moving a body part away from the midline of the body
Adduction
Moving a body part toward the midline of the body
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Nursing Chapter 21-25
Responsibility
Autonomy
Authority
Accountability
Duties and activities that an individual is employed to perfo…
Freedom of choice and responsibility for choices.
Legitimate power to give commands and make final decisions sp…
Individuals being answerable for their actions.
Responsibility
Duties and activities that an individual is employed to perfo…
Autonomy
Freedom of choice and responsibility for choices.
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Nursing 212 Chapter 21
Acute disease
chronic disease
contributing factors to chronic disease
stages of chronic disease
-severe symptoms... -short-lived... -may or may not need medical at…
-develops rapidly... -long and continuous duration... -requires ong…
-estimated that 1/3-1/2 of US population have one or more chr…
-emotional reactions of patient/family are sometimes a greate…
Acute disease
-severe symptoms... -short-lived... -may or may not need medical at…
chronic disease
-develops rapidly... -long and continuous duration... -requires ong…
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Basic Kanji I - chapter 21
練る
練習する
習う
習慣
To knead
To practice
To learn
A habit/ custom
練る
To knead
練習する
To practice
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BASIC NURSING Chapter 21 Physical Assessment pg.485
Health assessment
Nursing assessments
Medical assessments
Physical examination, or physical asse…
This is a comprehensive assessment of the physical, mental, s…
This term focus on the client's functional abilities and phys…
This focus on disease and pathology.
This is the techniques used to gather objective data about th…
Health assessment
This is a comprehensive assessment of the physical, mental, s…
Nursing assessments
This term focus on the client's functional abilities and phys…
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Chapter 21 nursing 200
Younger cohorts did better than older…
Cross-Sequential Reseach
Best study to analyze intelligence
Seattle Longitudinal study
intelligence research (flinn effect)
combines cross-sectional with longitudinal research
Cross-sequential research
starts with one cohort, adds a new cohort every 7 years
Younger cohorts did better than older…
intelligence research (flinn effect)
Cross-Sequential Reseach
combines cross-sectional with longitudinal research
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nursing chapter 21
For most of the 20th century, people b…
General intelligence (g) (Spearman)
Research strategies
Methodology used
Some people were believed to smarter than others because of t…
Intelligence is one basic trait that involves all cognitive a…
In 20th century psychometricians ... Believed that intelligence…
Cross-sectional... Longitudinal ... Cross-sequential
For most of the 20th century, people b…
Some people were believed to smarter than others because of t…
General intelligence (g) (Spearman)
Intelligence is one basic trait that involves all cognitive a…
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Intro to Nursing Chapter 21
Magnet Recognition
Team Nursing
Total Patient Care
Primary Nursing
The hospital has clinical promotion systems and research and…
Interdisciplinary team approach developed in response to seve…
Original care delivery model of Florence Nightingale
Places RNs at the bedside and improves accountability for pat…
Magnet Recognition
The hospital has clinical promotion systems and research and…
Team Nursing
Interdisciplinary team approach developed in response to seve…
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Chapter 21 Nursing Vocab
Nutrition
nutrients
calories
glucose
the process of taking in and using food
substances in food and fluids that the body uses to grow, to…
the unit of measure used to describe the energy content of food
the body's most basic type of fuel
Nutrition
the process of taking in and using food
nutrients
substances in food and fluids that the body uses to grow, to…
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periop nursing chapter 21
myringotomy
CRNA
malignant hyperthermia
paralytic ileuss
ear tubes for kids
certified RN anesthetist
severe body temperature elevation after administration of som…
bowel is temporarily paralyzed and distention occurs
myringotomy
ear tubes for kids
CRNA
certified RN anesthetist
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Nursing 153: Chapter 21
primary (congenital) immune deficiency
secondary
HIV infectious process
HIV
-one or more parts of the system are not functioning properly…
-acquired after birth ... -AIDS beings the most common secondary…
-virus contains outer envelop with "docking proteins" knowns…
now considered chronic and controllable
primary (congenital) immune deficiency
-one or more parts of the system are not functioning properly…
secondary
-acquired after birth ... -AIDS beings the most common secondary…
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Nursing Chapter 21 Vocabulary
nutrition
nutrients
calories
glucose
the process of taking in and using food
substances in foods and fluids that the body uses to grow, to…
the unit of measure used to describe the energy content of food
the body's most basic type of fuel; supplied by carbohydrates…
nutrition
the process of taking in and using food
nutrients
substances in foods and fluids that the body uses to grow, to…
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Vocabulary Basics - Chapter 21
tremendous
reaction
persuade
stubborn
very large
something that is done because something else is done first
to use words to get someone to think or do something
not wanting to change or give in
tremendous
very large
reaction
something that is done because something else is done first
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preop nursing chapter 21
myringotomy
CRNA
malignant hyperthermia
paralytic ileuss
ear tubes for kids
certified RN anesthetist
severe body temperature elevation after administration of som…
bowel is temporarily paralyzed and distention occurs
myringotomy
ear tubes for kids
CRNA
certified RN anesthetist
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NURSING 250--CHAPTER 21
a large oval cavity extending from the…
The ____________________ of the abdome…
The ________________________________ c…
The _________________________________…
abdomen
right upper quadrant
left upper quadrant
right lower quadrant
a large oval cavity extending from the…
abdomen
The ____________________ of the abdome…
right upper quadrant
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Chapter 21-Multimedia Basics
synthesize
video editor
Cave Automatic Virtual Environment (CA…
frame rate
To create sounds imitative of actual musical instruments usin…
A program that combines and edits video and audio files.
A virtual reality environment where images of the virtual wor…
the number of still images displayed every second in a full-m…
synthesize
To create sounds imitative of actual musical instruments usin…
video editor
A program that combines and edits video and audio files.
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Nursing chapter 21
Alopecia
Anticoagulant
Dandruff
Hirsutism
Hair loss
A drug that prevents or slows down (anti) blood clotting (coa…
Excessive amount of dry, white flakes from the scalp
Excessive body hair
Alopecia
Hair loss
Anticoagulant
A drug that prevents or slows down (anti) blood clotting (coa…
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Fundamentals of Nursing - Chapter 21
metabolism
pyrogens
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
What regulates BMR?
cellular chemical reactions in the body
agents that cause fever
the rate at which heat is produced when he body is at rest.
Thyroid
metabolism
cellular chemical reactions in the body
pyrogens
agents that cause fever
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EMT Basic - AAOS - Chapter 21
bacterial vaginosis
cervix
chlamydia
fallopian tubes
An overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina; characterized by itc…
Narrowest portion of the uterus that opens into the vagina.
A sexually transmitted disease caused by the bacterium Chlamy…
The tubes that connect each ovary with the uterus and are the…
bacterial vaginosis
An overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina; characterized by itc…
cervix
Narrowest portion of the uterus that opens into the vagina.
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Intro to Nursing Chapter 21
Affective Learning
What is an example of affective learni…
Cognitive Learning
Contractual Agreement
Changes in attitudes, values and feelings
Patient expresses renewed self-confidence after physical ther…
Storing and recalling of new knowledge in the brain. Includes…
Pact between two people setting out mutually agree-on goals.…
Affective Learning
Changes in attitudes, values and feelings
What is an example of affective learni…
Patient expresses renewed self-confidence after physical ther…
Chapter 21 - Leadership and Management in Nursing
clinical pathway
clinical practice guidelines (CPG)
nursing care delivery model
patient acuity
Clinical management plans that specify the optimal thing and…
Recommendations for appropriate treatment and care for specif…
Also called care delivery system or patient care delivery mod…
Indication of the amount and complexity of care required for…
clinical pathway
Clinical management plans that specify the optimal thing and…
clinical practice guidelines (CPG)
Recommendations for appropriate treatment and care for specif…
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Nursing informatics chapter 21
biometric garment
e-intensive care
portable monitoring devices
real-time
emerging wearable technology that allows for a proactive appr…
a form of telemedicine designed to enhance the delivery of in…
include an input device and various types of peripheral monit…
involves the patient and the provider interacting at the same…
biometric garment
emerging wearable technology that allows for a proactive appr…
e-intensive care
a form of telemedicine designed to enhance the delivery of in…
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NCCTC Nursing Assistant: Chapter 21 The Musculoskeletal System
abduction
adduction
amputation
arthritis
moving a body part away from the midline of the body
moving a body part toward the midline of the body
the surgical removal of an extremity
a general term that refers to inflammation of the joints
abduction
moving a body part away from the midline of the body
adduction
moving a body part toward the midline of the body
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Nur102 Peri-operative Nursing Chapter 21
Perioperative Nursing Overview
Types of Surgery Categorization
Diagnostic Surgery
Ablative surgery
• Preoperative (before surgery)... • Intraoperative (during surg…
• Diagnostic, ... • ablative, ... • palliative, ... • reconstructive,…
• Confirm/establish a diagnosisl i.e. biopsy
• Excise/remove a diseased body part; i.e. appendectomy
Perioperative Nursing Overview
• Preoperative (before surgery)... • Intraoperative (during surg…
Types of Surgery Categorization
• Diagnostic, ... • ablative, ... • palliative, ... • reconstructive,…
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Intro to Nursing Chapter 21
Magnet recognition
team nursing
total patient care
primary nursing
the hospital has clinical promotion systems and research and…
interdisciplinary team approach developed in response to seve…
original care delivery model of Florence Nightingale
places registered nurses (RNs) at the bedside and improves ac…
Magnet recognition
the hospital has clinical promotion systems and research and…
team nursing
interdisciplinary team approach developed in response to seve…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 21
Identify the 12 characteristics of an…
When a nurse manager uses transformati…
Magnet recognition
Team nursing
a. Effective communicator ... b. Consistent in managing conflic…
a. Focus on change and innovation through team development…
The hospital has clinical promotion systems and research and…
Interdisciplinary team approach developed in response to seve…
Identify the 12 characteristics of an…
a. Effective communicator ... b. Consistent in managing conflic…
When a nurse manager uses transformati…
a. Focus on change and innovation through team development…
32 terms
Nursing 122 Chapter 21
Staffing
Unlicensed Assistive Personnel (UAP)
Patient Outcomes
What are 4 things that will help achie…
ensuring an adequate number and mix of workers employed to pr…
unlicensed individual who's trained to function in an assisti…
measurable condition that results from intervention by the he…
1. address patient needs... 2. incorporate clinical competencies…
Staffing
ensuring an adequate number and mix of workers employed to pr…
Unlicensed Assistive Personnel (UAP)
unlicensed individual who's trained to function in an assisti…
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foundations of nursing chapter 21
local
systemic
drug interaction
potentiation
affects only the area
entire body
one drug alters another
one drug increases actions or effect of another drug or Syner…
local
affects only the area
systemic
entire body
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Pharm for Nursing Chapter 21
Anticholinergic drugs block action of…
Major sites of cholinergic blocking dr…
Cholinergic blocking drugs have effect…
Cholinergic blocking drug effect on he…
acetylcholine
Heart... Respiratory tract... GI tract... Urinary bladder... Eye... Exocrine…
cholinergic
increase in heart rate
Anticholinergic drugs block action of…
acetylcholine
Major sites of cholinergic blocking dr…
Heart... Respiratory tract... GI tract... Urinary bladder... Eye... Exocrine…
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Nursing 310 Chapter 21, 22
flexion
extension
hyperextension
abduction
state of being bent, bringing 2 bones closer together
straightening motion
extreme or abnormal extension
lateral movement of the body part away from the midline
flexion
state of being bent, bringing 2 bones closer together
extension
straightening motion
12 terms
Nursing 250-Chapter 21
young-old
middle-old
older-old
life expectancy
65-74
75-84
85 and older
number of years one is expected to live based on year of birt…
young-old
65-74
middle-old
75-84
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Chapter 21 Nursing
Solid wastes are removed from the body…
A healthy adult excretes about _______…
You can provide privacy when the perso…
If the person has difficulty starting…
Digestive system
1500 mL
Pulling the curtain around the bed
Run water in a nearby sink
Solid wastes are removed from the body…
Digestive system
A healthy adult excretes about _______…
1500 mL
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 21
Assertive Behaviors
Body language
Channel
cliche
a form of behavior characterized by a confident declaration o…
often helps nurses to understand subtle and hidden meanings i…
the medium the sender has selected to send the message- may b…
a stereotype, trite or pat answer in healthcare cliches sugge…
Assertive Behaviors
a form of behavior characterized by a confident declaration o…
Body language
often helps nurses to understand subtle and hidden meanings i…
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Nursing Chapter 21 & 23
to restore the person to the highest p…
Doctor
to keep resident at the level achieved…
strokes, accidents, trauma
What is the goal of rehabilitation?
Which care team member establishes the goals of care for reha…
What is the goal of restorative care?
rehab. will be used for many resident but mostly for ________…
to restore the person to the highest p…
What is the goal of rehabilitation?
Doctor
Which care team member establishes the goals of care for reha…
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Basic French Chapter 21
il eut écouté
ils eurent échangé
il fut parti
elles furent nées
he had listened
thy had exchanged
he had left
the had been born
il eut écouté
he had listened
ils eurent échangé
thy had exchanged
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Vocabulary Basic Chapter 21 Miriam Villa
excess (adjective)
persuade (verb)
quarrel (noun)
reaction (noun)
extra; more than is needed.
to use words to get someone to think or do something.
a fight with words; an argument.
.something that is done because something else is done first.
excess (adjective)
extra; more than is needed.
persuade (verb)
to use words to get someone to think or do something.
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Nursing Chapter 21
What is the importance of self awarene…
What are the 5 key qualities of therap…
What are the 10 qualities of non-thera…
What are the 4 phases of the nurse-pat…
As nurses, we need to be...... 1. understanding of our own value…
Empathy... Respect... Genuineness ... Concreteness and confrontation
asking why... fire hosing... changing the subject inappropriately…
1. pre-interaction phase: gather information, review the pati…
What is the importance of self awarene…
As nurses, we need to be...... 1. understanding of our own value…
What are the 5 key qualities of therap…
Empathy... Respect... Genuineness ... Concreteness and confrontation
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Nursing Chapter 21 (neonatal care)
Congential
Dehydration
Foal
Genetic
born with
An abnormally low amount of water in the body.
Newborn Horse
How traits are inherited through the interactions of alleles
Congential
born with
Dehydration
An abnormally low amount of water in the body.
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FOUNDATIONS OF NURSING, Ch 21 Unit: Nutrition (Basic)
amino acids
anabolism
anorexia nervosa
basal metabolic rate
Building blocks out of which proteins are constructed; the en…
The building aspect on which the energy released from catabol…
A psychoneurotic disorder characterized by a prolonged refusa…
Amount of energy used by the body at rest to maintain vital f…
amino acids
Building blocks out of which proteins are constructed; the en…
anabolism
The building aspect on which the energy released from catabol…
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