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PT 741 Clinical Assessment 1
What does fingernail clubbing indicate?
What does Beau's lines across the nail…
What does spoon nails indicate?
What does yellow nails (not smoking)?
-O2 deprivation in the tissue beds... -COPD or heart defects... -ca…
-malnutrition... -shock, trauma, or chemotherapy
-cuplike shape in the nail, with reversal of normal arc... -iron…
liver disorders
What does fingernail clubbing indicate?
-O2 deprivation in the tissue beds... -COPD or heart defects... -ca…
What does Beau's lines across the nail…
-malnutrition... -shock, trauma, or chemotherapy
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CLINICAL ASSESSMENT 1 ; NOTES AND STANDARDS
Standard 1... prepare treatment area;
Standard 2... Inform client of fees and f…
Standard 3... Wash hands; Wash hands;
Standard 4... Treatment goals;
clean safe area and supplies, properly maintained equipment
schedule posted and cancellation policy
soap water or hand sanitizer, 10 seconds minimum; include all…
clients goals for treatMent; areas client would like to focus…
Standard 1... prepare treatment area;
clean safe area and supplies, properly maintained equipment
Standard 2... Inform client of fees and f…
schedule posted and cancellation policy
79 terms
VCMT Clinical Assessment 1 - Critical Thinking, History, Observation, Palpation, ROM
- Reasonable reflective thinking focus…
Clinical Reasoning - Hypothetico/Deduc…
Diagnosis are not within our scope of…
Prior to developing a treatment plan w…
Critical Thinking
1. Generate initial hypotheses from existing information at h…
"Differential Diagnosis"
1. Critical thinking - Follow guidelines... 2. Clinical reasonin…
- Reasonable reflective thinking focus…
Critical Thinking
Clinical Reasoning - Hypothetico/Deduc…
1. Generate initial hypotheses from existing information at h…
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Abnormal Psychology Clinical Assessment 1
Assessment
Clinical Assessment
Three categories of assessment tools
idiographic
The collection of relevant information in an effort to reach…
used to determine how and why a person is behaving abnormally…
-Clinical interviews... -Tests... -Observations
understanding of the behavior of a particular individual
Assessment
The collection of relevant information in an effort to reach…
Clinical Assessment
used to determine how and why a person is behaving abnormally…
22 terms
Clinic Assessment 1 Material
17 explorer
23 explorer
Coronal
Receded
detects calculus on anterior teeth ONLY
used when dental charting ONLY (occlusals)
gum is above CEJ
gum is below CEJ
17 explorer
detects calculus on anterior teeth ONLY
23 explorer
used when dental charting ONLY (occlusals)
338 terms
CLINICAL ASSESSMENT 1 ; NOTES AND STANDARDS
Standard 1... prepare treatment area;
Standard 2... Inform client of fees and f…
Standard 3... Wash hands; Wash hands;
Standard 4... Treatment goals;
clean safe area and supplies, properly maintained equipment
schedule posted and cancellation policy
soap water or hand sanitizer, 10 seconds minimum; include all…
clients goals for treatMent; areas client would like to focus…
Standard 1... prepare treatment area;
clean safe area and supplies, properly maintained equipment
Standard 2... Inform client of fees and f…
schedule posted and cancellation policy
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Clinical Assessment 1 2 3
4 to 12 feet
18 inches to 4 feet
0 to 18 inches
chart review
social space
personal space
intimate space
identifying key patient information
4 to 12 feet
social space
18 inches to 4 feet
personal space
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VCMT Clinical Assessment 1 - Critical Thinking, History, Observation
- Reasonable reflective thinking focus…
Clinical Reasoning - Hypothetico/Deduc…
Diagnosis are not within our scope of…
Prior to developing a treatment plan w…
Critical Thinking
1. Generate initial hypotheses from existing information at h…
"Differential Diagnosis"
1. Follow critical thinking guidelines... 2. Following clinical…
- Reasonable reflective thinking focus…
Critical Thinking
Clinical Reasoning - Hypothetico/Deduc…
1. Generate initial hypotheses from existing information at h…
169 terms
Clinical eval and assessment 1
the FIM provides an objective or subje…
how many assessments are in the FIM?
what are the 18 subscales of the FIM?
What are the FIM levels
objective
18... 13 motor items... 5 communication/cognitive items
-feeding... -grooming... -bathing... -toileting... -UE dressing... -LE dress…
level 1 - level 7
the FIM provides an objective or subje…
objective
how many assessments are in the FIM?
18... 13 motor items... 5 communication/cognitive items
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Assessment 1
trunk
thorax
abdomen
dermatome
thorax and abdomen; attaches to neck and limbs
upper part of the trunk between the neck and the abdomen
lower part of the trunk between thorax and pelvis
an area of skin that is mainly supplied by a single spinal ne…
trunk
thorax and abdomen; attaches to neck and limbs
thorax
upper part of the trunk between the neck and the abdomen
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Geriatric assessment 1
Rapid screen
Timed up and go
Strategies for rapid screening 1
Strategies for rapid screening 2
Instruct patient ... Cross arms over chest (begin timing on "GO…
Rapid screen
Timed up and go
Instruct patient ... Cross arms over chest (begin timing on "GO…
273 terms
Uworld self assessment 1 and 2
Acute respiratory distress syndrome -…
ARDS pathogenesis
ARDS clinical findings
what is the reason that the action pot…
X ray - look for DIFFUSE symmetric pulmonary opacities. "whit…
Caused by injury to the *endothelial cells lining the pulmona…
tachypnea, respiratory alkalosis, and hypoxia are early clini…
allow ventricular filling during diastole.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome -…
X ray - look for DIFFUSE symmetric pulmonary opacities. "whit…
ARDS pathogenesis
Caused by injury to the *endothelial cells lining the pulmona…
273 terms
Uworld self assessment 1 and 2
Acute respiratory distress syndrome -…
ARDS pathogenesis
ARDS clinical findings
what is the reason that the action pot…
X ray - look for DIFFUSE symmetric pulmonary opacities. "whit…
Caused by injury to the *endothelial cells lining the pulmona…
tachypnea, respiratory alkalosis, and hypoxia are early clini…
allow ventricular filling during diastole.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome -…
X ray - look for DIFFUSE symmetric pulmonary opacities. "whit…
ARDS pathogenesis
Caused by injury to the *endothelial cells lining the pulmona…
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Health Assessment 1
Subjective data
Objective data
Nursing diagnoses
Complete total health database
What the person says about themselves ... Health history
What you observe... Your physical exam
Clinical judgments about an actual or potential health state…
Complete health history and full physical examination, establ…
Subjective data
What the person says about themselves ... Health history
Objective data
What you observe... Your physical exam
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Clinical Assessment I Final Exam
Intermittent Claudation
Findings of intermittent claudation
Common grading scale for pulses
Significance of skin thinning
Pain or cramping in the legs during exertion that is relieved…
Color: pale especially on elevation; dusky red on dependency.…
3+ Bounding; aortic insufficiency... 2+ Brisk, expected (normal)…
Arterial insufficiency from lack of oxygen to the tissues
Intermittent Claudation
Pain or cramping in the legs during exertion that is relieved…
Findings of intermittent claudation
Color: pale especially on elevation; dusky red on dependency.…
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Missed questions - UWorld Self Assessment 1 - 5.9.15
Common cause of ARDS?
Recent trauma complicated by diffuse s…
ARDS defined as...
ARDS Pathophys?
Trauma
ARDS
acute onset lung dysfxn, pulm edema, normal left atrial press…
Caused by injury to endothelial cells lining the pulmonary ca…
Common cause of ARDS?
Trauma
Recent trauma complicated by diffuse s…
ARDS
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Uworld self assessment 1 and 2
Acute respiratory distress syndrome -…
ARDS pathogenesis
ARDS clinical findings
what is the reason that the action pot…
X ray - look for DIFFUSE symmetric pulmonary opacities. "whit…
Caused by injury to the *endothelial cells lining the pulmona…
tachypnea, respiratory alkalosis, and hypoxia are early clini…
allow ventricular filling during diastole.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome -…
X ray - look for DIFFUSE symmetric pulmonary opacities. "whit…
ARDS pathogenesis
Caused by injury to the *endothelial cells lining the pulmona…
73 terms
Assessment 1
individual differences
why do we measure individual differenc…
psychological test
similarities among psychological tests
anything that people differ on. focus on psychological differ…
to better understand ourselves and others, and to make decisi…
a measurement procedure for assessing psychological character…
1. require you to perform a behavior... 2. behavior is used to m…
individual differences
anything that people differ on. focus on psychological differ…
why do we measure individual differenc…
to better understand ourselves and others, and to make decisi…
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CLINICAL ASSESSMENT 1 ; final exam
Standard 1... prepare treatment area;
Standard 2... Inform client of fees and f…
Standard 3... Wash hands; Wash hands;
Standard 4... Treatment goals;
clean safe area and supplies, properly maintained equipment
schedule posted and cancellation policy
soap water or hand sanitizer, 10 seconds minimum; include all…
clients goals for treatMent; areas client would like to focus…
Standard 1... prepare treatment area;
clean safe area and supplies, properly maintained equipment
Standard 2... Inform client of fees and f…
schedule posted and cancellation policy
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Clinical Assessment I Module 2
Purposes of medical documentation
Vital components of medical documentat…
SOAP notes
Subjective
1) Sharing info among members of an interdisciplinary care sa…
1) Accuracy ... 2) Relevance... 3) Completeness... 4) Timeliness... 5) Co…
-used to document subjective and objective info along with th…
-subject told you... -CC... -HPI... -PMH, FHx, SocHx... -pertinent additi…
Purposes of medical documentation
1) Sharing info among members of an interdisciplinary care sa…
Vital components of medical documentat…
1) Accuracy ... 2) Relevance... 3) Completeness... 4) Timeliness... 5) Co…
39 terms
Assessment 1
Assessment
What types of data are essential to a…
Subjective data
Objective data
Data collection
Objective and subjective data
What is reported
What is observed
Assessment
Data collection
What types of data are essential to a…
Objective and subjective data
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Psychology assessment 1
empiricism
structuralism
functionalism
experimental psychology
the view that knowledge originates in experience and that sci…
early school of thought promoted by Wundt and Titchener;used…
early school of thought promoted by James and influenced by D…
the study of behavior and thinking using the experimental met…
empiricism
the view that knowledge originates in experience and that sci…
structuralism
early school of thought promoted by Wundt and Titchener;used…
107 terms
Population Assessment 1
Epidemiology
Population
Fixed Population
Transient/dynamic population
the study of the distribution and determinants of death, dise…
a group of people with a common characteristic in terms of pe…
membership based on an event which is permanent ex: menopausa…
membership based on a condition that can change ex: grad stud…
Epidemiology
the study of the distribution and determinants of death, dise…
Population
a group of people with a common characteristic in terms of pe…
67 terms
Pysch Quarter Assessment 1
Introspection (Wundt)
William James
Pyschoanalysis
Gestalt
-1st lab... -Germany... -Strucuralism
-1st text... -Harvard... -Functionalism
-Freud... -Mental processes... -Unconscience
-how we experience the whole world... -perception
Introspection (Wundt)
-1st lab... -Germany... -Strucuralism
William James
-1st text... -Harvard... -Functionalism
110 terms
nursing assessment 1
safety risks
Body fluids
toxic materials
fire and electrical safety
blood/body fluids... toxic chemicals... electrical hazards... fire... wor…
urine... stool... vaginal secretions, semen... drainage from wounds... br…
cleaning fluids... drugs, including chemotherapy... mercury... radiation
electrical equipment grounding, dont use non approved applian…
safety risks
blood/body fluids... toxic chemicals... electrical hazards... fire... wor…
Body fluids
urine... stool... vaginal secretions, semen... drainage from wounds... br…
48 terms
Assessment 1.1
Fred Abramson
Shen Nung
800 prescriptions with 700 drugs
Theoprastus
Its not a sin to make money, try not to take things personall…
Pen T'sao, 365 native drugs
Ebers Papyrus
Father of Botany
Fred Abramson
Its not a sin to make money, try not to take things personall…
Shen Nung
Pen T'sao, 365 native drugs
35 terms
Health Assessment 1 Review
Subjective Data
Objective Data
Assessment
Diagnosis
What the person says about themselves - includes past history…
Information gathered that is measurable during the assessment…
Collection of data
...
Subjective Data
What the person says about themselves - includes past history…
Objective Data
Information gathered that is measurable during the assessment…
67 terms
Health Assessment 1
Health history sequence
Symptom assessment
Interview techniques (reactions to pt'…
Interviewer don'ts
- Biographical data... - Reason for seeking care (Chief complain…
P - provoking or palliating factors ... Q - quality or quantity…
- Closed & open questions... - Facilitation - encourage to say m…
- Provide false assurances ... - Give unwanted advice... - Use auth…
Health history sequence
- Biographical data... - Reason for seeking care (Chief complain…
Symptom assessment
P - provoking or palliating factors ... Q - quality or quantity…
35 terms
NUR 309 Assessment 1
First civilian computer for Census Bur…
Charles Babbage
Robert Ledley
Accumulation of data
Universal Automatic Computer (UNIVAC)
Analytical Engine
First full-body CT scanner
Incorporation of technology resulted in
First civilian computer for Census Bur…
Universal Automatic Computer (UNIVAC)
Charles Babbage
Analytical Engine
49 terms
Ed Psych Assessment 1
Efficacy
No Child Left Behind Act
Descriptive Study
Correlation Study
belief in there own abilities to reach even difficult student…
Annual standardized tests in reading and math, a basis for ju…
Collect detailed information about specific situations using…
Statistical descriptions of how closely two variables are rel…
Efficacy
belief in there own abilities to reach even difficult student…
No Child Left Behind Act
Annual standardized tests in reading and math, a basis for ju…
101 terms
Nutrition Assessment 1
Fat function #1: characteristics
Functional foods
What is the strongest predictor of an…
Health literacy
1. Concentrated source of energy... 2. Palatability: food tastes…
Foods that have health boosting additives in them
Literacy skills
Ability to find & understand basic health concepts & apply on…
Fat function #1: characteristics
1. Concentrated source of energy... 2. Palatability: food tastes…
Functional foods
Foods that have health boosting additives in them
12 terms
Abnormal Psyc Assessment 1
clinical assessment
systematic observations of behavior
Naturalistic observations
analog observation
used to determine how and why a person is behaving abnormally…
naturalistic, analog, self monitoring
everyday enviornments, homes, school, parent-child, sibling-c…
used and conducted in artificial settings
clinical assessment
used to determine how and why a person is behaving abnormally…
systematic observations of behavior
naturalistic, analog, self monitoring
55 terms
assessment 1,2,7
what is the purpose of assessment?
four goals of nursing
primary prevention
secondary prevention
arrive at conclusions about clients health
1. promote health ... 2. prevent illness ... 3. treat human respons…
improving overall wellness and protecting from disease or dis…
early detection and treatment of disease when curable or has…
what is the purpose of assessment?
arrive at conclusions about clients health
four goals of nursing
1. promote health ... 2. prevent illness ... 3. treat human respons…
34 terms
assessment 1.19
evidence
subjective data
objective data
database
cues used to support a hypothesis
what the person says about himself or herself during history…
what you as the health professional observe by inspecting, pe…
the patient's record and labratory studies
evidence
cues used to support a hypothesis
subjective data
what the person says about himself or herself during history…
20 terms
Patient Assessment 1
Prerequisites for Patient Assessment
Patients may be nervous because:
You may be nervous because:
Examination techniques
1. Effective interviewing skills... 2. Strong knowledge of anato…
1. Vulnerable... 2. Physically exposed... 3. Possibly in pain... 4. Fe…
1. Ambiguous role... 2. Lack of confidence... 3. Anxiety over touch…
1. Inspection... 2. Palpation... 3. Percussion... 4. Auscultation
Prerequisites for Patient Assessment
1. Effective interviewing skills... 2. Strong knowledge of anato…
Patients may be nervous because:
1. Vulnerable... 2. Physically exposed... 3. Possibly in pain... 4. Fe…
28 terms
Crime & Punishment Assessment 1
Terry V. Ohio
Chile V. California
Exigent Circumstances
The US v. Drayton
Trial that made Stop & Frisk legal if unusual behavior or sus…
Justification for searches of arrestees to ensure no weapons
Immediate threat to public safety or that evidence will be de…
Trial stating Officers are not required to inform people that…
Terry V. Ohio
Trial that made Stop & Frisk legal if unusual behavior or sus…
Chile V. California
Justification for searches of arrestees to ensure no weapons
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UWorld Self assessment 1
ARDS pysiology
Diabetic nephropathy
Park At Venture Avenue
Clinical signs of osteosarcoma ( assoc…
caused by injury and inflammation fo the alveolar pneumocytes…
usually takes 10 to 15 years. mesangial expansion, glomerular…
The conduction velocities of the heart from fast to slow. Pur…
arising in the femur, tibia, humerus or other bones. Mixed ra…
ARDS pysiology
caused by injury and inflammation fo the alveolar pneumocytes…
Diabetic nephropathy
usually takes 10 to 15 years. mesangial expansion, glomerular…
43 terms
Nutrition Assessment 1
Define nutrition assessment... - baseline…
what is nutrition assessment
nutritional status
optimal nutritional status is a balanc…
baseline: To determine who is malnourished... follow up: to eval…
science of determining nutritional status by analyzing indivi…
a measurement of the extent to which the individual's physiol…
Nutrient intake: ... 1) food intake ... 2) absorption ... Nutrient Re…
Define nutrition assessment... - baseline…
baseline: To determine who is malnourished... follow up: to eval…
what is nutrition assessment
science of determining nutritional status by analyzing indivi…
36 terms
Physical Assessment 1-3
Clinical judgement
What takes part in noticing for clinic…
Clinical manefestation
Name the types of assessments and what…
Noticing, interpreting, responding, reflecting
Knowing patient ... Nurse's knowledge ... Experience... Ethical perspe…
Presenting signs and symptoms experienced by a patient
Comprehensive: history and physical exam at onset of care (pr…
Clinical judgement
Noticing, interpreting, responding, reflecting
What takes part in noticing for clinic…
Knowing patient ... Nurse's knowledge ... Experience... Ethical perspe…
42 terms
Audiologic Assessment 1
Specificity
Validity
Psychoacoustics
Threshold
How well a test does not judge other things
How well does it test what we are testing
Relationship between acoustic stimulus and auditory perceptua…
Quietest sound at which someone will respond 50% of the time.…
Specificity
How well a test does not judge other things
Validity
How well does it test what we are testing
N368-OB Assessment 1
Clinical Pathway
Amenorrhea
Primary Amenorrhea
Secondary Amenorrhea
guidelines to identify desired patient outcomes
absence of menses
No menstruation after 2 years of breast development... Eating di…
cessation of menstruation for 6 months or more... (Pregnancy, po…
Clinical Pathway
guidelines to identify desired patient outcomes
Amenorrhea
absence of menses
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Self-Assessment 1
What was the target of Florence Nighti…
Which of the four core themes of the u…
Which of the following is NOT included…
Which is not a cause of the nursing sh…
Improving the hospital environment and sanitary conditions
Inquiry
Diagnosis and treatment of disease
Economic recession of 2008
What was the target of Florence Nighti…
Improving the hospital environment and sanitary conditions
Which of the four core themes of the u…
Inquiry
38 terms
Assessment 1.6
What is Stratified randomization?
What is Block randomization?
What is systematic sample?
What are the goals of a clinical trial?
Dividing subjects based on certain characteristics. Then, ran…
Divide subjects into blocks of a certain number. Then, random…
Selection from an ordered sampling frame. Must ensure chosen…
1) Provide relevant information... 2) Prove relationship between…
What is Stratified randomization?
Dividing subjects based on certain characteristics. Then, ran…
What is Block randomization?
Divide subjects into blocks of a certain number. Then, random…
39 terms
Health Assessment 1
SOAP
S- in SOAP?
O- in SOAP?
A- in SOAP?
helps you remember what to include when creating notes
subjective data
objective data
analysis of data to identify a problem or whether it is impro…
SOAP
helps you remember what to include when creating notes
S- in SOAP?
subjective data
48 terms
Brain Injury Assessment 1 - NR 1
Components of conceptual framework for…
model of function and disability
Hypothesis-oriented clinical practice
To clarify cause(s) of movement proble…
Model of function and disability... Hypothesis-oriented clinical…
ICF... consider total person; interaction bw all components of m…
hypothesis in clincial practice can be considered one possibl…
Generate several alternative hypotheses about cause... Determine…
Components of conceptual framework for…
Model of function and disability... Hypothesis-oriented clinical…
model of function and disability
ICF... consider total person; interaction bw all components of m…
26 terms
Assessment1.8: Direct and Indirect-Acting Sympatholytics
For each drug class, know the MOA, cli…
Recognize how the mechanism of action…
Identify a dietary supplement commonly…
Recognize the mechanism of action and…
...
...
...
...
For each drug class, know the MOA, cli…
...
Recognize how the mechanism of action…
...
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Assessment 1.7: Medicinal Chemistry of Tricyclic Antidepressants
1. State the molecular targets of the…
2. Recognize the structure activity re…
3. List the major liabilities of the u…
4. State the molecular target of the b…
The (on-target) antidepressant effects of TCAs are thought to…
Residual affinity for histamine receptors accounts for some o…
TCAs generally must be taken for several weeks before antidep…
Bind to GABAA Receptors - at a site distinct from both the na…
1. State the molecular targets of the…
The (on-target) antidepressant effects of TCAs are thought to…
2. Recognize the structure activity re…
Residual affinity for histamine receptors accounts for some o…
25 terms
SPHS 4055: Online Assessment 1
You are asked to provide services to a…
Continuing education enables clinician…
Which of the following is a TRUE state…
Clinical supervisors should model ethi…
Code of Ethics
The principle of competence
EBP principles do NOT limit SLPs to the use of clinical pract…
Ethical practice within professional supervision and instruct…
You are asked to provide services to a…
Code of Ethics
Continuing education enables clinician…
The principle of competence
72 terms
OB Assessment 1: Topics and Terms
Explain the new settings for childbirt…
How many days does a new mother need t…
Explain clinical pathways. Evidence ba…
What is the difference between traditi…
LDR: labor, delivery, and recovery rooms. There are separate…
Vaginal birth: at least 48 hours... Cesarian: 72 hours... This is…
Clinical pathways:: guidelines set for patient outcomes and c…
Traditional: both parents and biological children... Non-traditi…
Explain the new settings for childbirt…
LDR: labor, delivery, and recovery rooms. There are separate…
How many days does a new mother need t…
Vaginal birth: at least 48 hours... Cesarian: 72 hours... This is…
85 terms
Assessment 1
Drug
Pharmacology
Clinical pharmacology
Therapeutics
Any chemical that can affect living processes
Study of drugs and their interactions with living systems
Study of drugs in humans
Use of drugs to diagnose, prevent, or treat disease or to pre…
Drug
Any chemical that can affect living processes
Pharmacology
Study of drugs and their interactions with living systems
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