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Unit 1: Fundamentals of Nursing Concepts
The profession of nursing is
ANA Definition of Nursing
Florence Nightingale's contributions t…
Goals of Nursing
an art and a science
Nursing is the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to…
-needs of patient... -standards of hospital management... -respectf…
-promote health... -prevent illness... -restore healthy living... -fac…
The profession of nursing is
an art and a science
ANA Definition of Nursing
Nursing is the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to…
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Fundamentals Of Nursing (Developmental Concepts)
Growth
Development
Factors Influencing growth and develop…
Freud
An increase in body size or changes in body cell structure ,…
An orderly pattern of changes in structure, thoughts, feeling…
-Genetic history ... -Prenatal, individual, and caregiver factor…
Theory of psychoanalytic development. Formulated the idea of…
Growth
An increase in body size or changes in body cell structure ,…
Development
An orderly pattern of changes in structure, thoughts, feeling…
fundamental concepts and skills for nursing
gram negative
gram positive
causative agent
Reservoir
bacteria that LOSE the stain in Gram's method of staining
bacteria that RETAIN the stain in Gram's method of staining
is any microorganism or biologic agent capable of causing dis…
are places where microorganisms are found. Reservoirs can be…
gram negative
bacteria that LOSE the stain in Gram's method of staining
gram positive
bacteria that RETAIN the stain in Gram's method of staining
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Fundamental concept and skills of nursing
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Fundamentals and Concepts for Nursing. Definitions.
Anoxia
Apnea
Atelectasis
Cannula
Being without oxygen
Absence of breathing
Collapsed area of lung
Tube that's inserted into a body cavity
Anoxia
Being without oxygen
Apnea
Absence of breathing
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Fundamental Nursing Skills & Concepts
terminal illness
Denial
Anger
bargaining
a condition from which recovery is beyond a reasonable expect…
the psychological defense mechanism by which a person refuses…
the emotional response to feeling victimized. occurs because…
a psychological mechanism for delaying the inevitable, involv…
terminal illness
a condition from which recovery is beyond a reasonable expect…
Denial
the psychological defense mechanism by which a person refuses…
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Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concept Chapter 19 (Fundamentals)
Safety
National Patient Safety Goals
Environmental Hazard
Latex Sensitivity
measures that prevent accidents or unintentional injuries
priorities to protect clients who are being cared for
potentially dangerous conditions in the physical environment
allergic response to latex proteins
Safety
measures that prevent accidents or unintentional injuries
National Patient Safety Goals
priorities to protect clients who are being cared for
98 terms
Unit 1: Fundamentals of Nursing Concepts
The profession of nursing is
ANA Definition of Nursing
Florence Nightingale's contributions t…
Goals of Nursing
an art and a science
Nursing is the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to…
-needs of patient... -standards of hospital management... -respectf…
-promote health... -prevent illness... -restore healthy living... -fac…
The profession of nursing is
an art and a science
ANA Definition of Nursing
Nursing is the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to…
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Nursing Fundamentals ch 13 Fundamentals of Nursing Care concepts connections & skills
ambulate
base of support
body mechanics
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
to walk
The feet and lower legs, which give the body stability and ba…
The movement of muscles of the body for balance and leverage
Actions to restart the heart or breathing of an unresponsive…
ambulate
to walk
base of support
The feet and lower legs, which give the body stability and ba…
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NCLEX FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING CHAPTER 33: SELF CONCEPT
Scientific Knowledge Base: Self-Concept
Development of Self- Concept
Development of Self- Concept cont.
Erikson's Developmental Stages
・An individual's concept of him/herself... - Directly affects se…
Parentss* and primary caregivers influence the development o…
・Development of self-concept is a complex, lifelong process... ・…
Scientific Knowledge Base: Self-Concept
・An individual's concept of him/herself... - Directly affects se…
Development of Self- Concept
Parentss* and primary caregivers influence the development o…
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Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts Chapter 10 (Fundamentals)
Aseptic Techniques
Mirccorganisms
Nonpathogens
Pathogens
measures that reduce or eliminate miccorganisms
living animals and plants visible only through a microscope
microorganisms that do not harm; beneficial
microorganisms that do cause harm
Aseptic Techniques
measures that reduce or eliminate miccorganisms
Mirccorganisms
living animals and plants visible only through a microscope
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch 2 - concepts
What is the goal of obama care
what is happening with early discharges
what is some challenges of health care
what is the health services pyramid
it is considered the push, it reduced health care costs while…
it reduces the monetary costs, more patients would need nursi…
encourage healthy behavior, improving access and coverage for…
managing health instead of illness... emphasis on wellness... injur…
What is the goal of obama care
it is considered the push, it reduced health care costs while…
what is happening with early discharges
it reduces the monetary costs, more patients would need nursi…
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Nursing Fundamentals ch 24 Fundamentals of Nursing Care concepts connections & skills
Anaphylaxis
Anorexia Nervosa
Bolus Feedings
Bulimia Nervosa
A life-threatening emergency, due to allergic reaction, that…
An eating disorder marked by relentless self-starvation in an…
A type of intermittent tube feeding that is frequently used i…
Commonly referred to as binge eating, this eating disorder is…
Anaphylaxis
A life-threatening emergency, due to allergic reaction, that…
Anorexia Nervosa
An eating disorder marked by relentless self-starvation in an…
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Nursing Fundamentals
Who was the founder of modern nursing…
Who was the founder of the Red Cross?
Who established the Frontier Nursing S…
Who was a pioneering crusader for the…
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Mary Breckenridge
Dorthea Dix
Who was the founder of modern nursing…
Florence Nightingale
Who was the founder of the Red Cross?
Clara Barton
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch.11 Vocab and Key Concepts
Clinical experience
Clinical reasoning
Competence
Critical thinking
Use of knowledge, critical thinking, and past performance to…
Use of critical thinking to question why the patient has an a…
Ability to understand rights and responsibilities
Purposeful process that is disciplined, active, multidimensio…
Clinical experience
Use of knowledge, critical thinking, and past performance to…
Clinical reasoning
Use of critical thinking to question why the patient has an a…
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Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts Chapter 2
disease
wholeness
health
Illness
Pathological process that causes illness
"heath" comes from a word that means "____________"?
a relative state in which one is able to function well physic…
Disease of the body or mind
disease
Pathological process that causes illness
wholeness
"heath" comes from a word that means "____________"?
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 6 Vocab and Key Concepts
Advocacy
Circle of Confidentiality
Cognitive Reframing
Communication Channel
Communicating and acting on behalf of another person's welfar…
Those who have access to a patient's information like the peo…
A coping skill that helps one to alter or reframe one's perce…
Medium through which a message is sent (e.g., television, wri…
Advocacy
Communicating and acting on behalf of another person's welfar…
Circle of Confidentiality
Those who have access to a patient's information like the peo…
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Fundamentals of Nursing - Chapter 33 - Self-Concept
C
D
D
D
Which development stage is particularly crucial for identity…
Which of the following statements about body image is correct…
Robert, who is 2 years old, is praised for using his potty in…
Following a bilateral mastectomy, a 50-year-old patient refus…
C
Which development stage is particularly crucial for identity…
D
Which of the following statements about body image is correct…
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Final (Fundamental Concepts and Skills for Nursing)
Lilian Wald
Dorothea Dix
Clara Barton
Henry Street Settlement Service
took nursing out into the community and in 1893 she and estab…
organized women volunteer to provide nursing care for the sol…
took volunteers into the field hospitals to care for soldiers…
focused on the health needs of poor people who lived in tenem…
Lilian Wald
took nursing out into the community and in 1893 she and estab…
Dorothea Dix
organized women volunteer to provide nursing care for the sol…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 13 Vocab and Key Concepts
Actual nursing diagnosis
Cluster
Collaborative helath problems
Medical diagnosis
An existing human response to a health problem the nurse iden…
Patient data combined into meaningful patterns
Problems based on medical diagnoses, medically ordered treatm…
Identified disease or pathologic process; treatment focuses o…
Actual nursing diagnosis
An existing human response to a health problem the nurse iden…
Cluster
Patient data combined into meaningful patterns
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Fundamental Concepts & Skills For Nursing Chapter 19
Cues
Data
Blanch
Your patient is elderly and complains…
Pieces of data or information that influence decisions.
Pieces of information on a specific topic
To turn skin white, or on darker skin, to become pale
Because of the normal changes of aging, there is a safety con…
Cues
Pieces of data or information that influence decisions.
Data
Pieces of information on a specific topic
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 14 Vocab and Key Concepts
Concept making
Evaluation
Goal
Nursing interventions
A graphical tool for organizing and representing knowledge
Judgment of the effectiveness of nursing care in achieving pa…
Aim or expected end to which the nurse and patient work toget…
Any treatment the nurse performs to enhance patient outcomes…
Concept making
A graphical tool for organizing and representing knowledge
Evaluation
Judgment of the effectiveness of nursing care in achieving pa…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 15 Vocab and Key Concepts
Delegation
Evaluation
Implementation
Nursing Interventions Classification (…
Transferring to a competent person the authority to perform a…
Judgment of the effectiveness of nursing care in achieving pa…
Action phase of the nursing process in which nursing care is…
System of organizing nursing interventions in a three-level t…
Delegation
Transferring to a competent person the authority to perform a…
Evaluation
Judgment of the effectiveness of nursing care in achieving pa…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 8 Vocab and Key Concepts
anonymity
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
confidentiality
comparative effectiveness research
Protection of a research participant in such a way that the p…
Database containing systematic reviews and protocols (reviews…
Practice of keeping patient information private
A systematic research design comparing the effectiveness of d…
anonymity
Protection of a research participant in such a way that the p…
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Database containing systematic reviews and protocols (reviews…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 7 Vocab and Key Concepts
Active Euthanasia
Advance Directives
Assault
Assisted Suicide
Physician- or nurse-caused death that deliberately hastens a…
Written document (e.g., living will) that states in advance a…
Threat of touching a person without his or her consent
Providing the patient with a means to end life, but not the d…
Active Euthanasia
Physician- or nurse-caused death that deliberately hastens a…
Advance Directives
Written document (e.g., living will) that states in advance a…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 12 Vocab and Key Concepts
Assessment
Auscultation
Confidentiality
Cues
First phase of the nursing process in which data are gathered…
Technique of listening to body sounds with a stethoscope
Practice of keeping patient information private
Pieces of data, subjective or objective, about a patient
Assessment
First phase of the nursing process in which data are gathered…
Auscultation
Technique of listening to body sounds with a stethoscope
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch 33 Self-Concept
Self-concept
self-concept characteristics
Identity
Body image
An individual's view of themselves. a complex mixture of un/c…
1. sense of competency... 2. perceived reaction of others to one…
Internal sense of ID, wholeness, and consistence of a person…
Includes physical appearance, structure, and function of the…
Self-concept
An individual's view of themselves. a complex mixture of un/c…
self-concept characteristics
1. sense of competency... 2. perceived reaction of others to one…
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Fundamental Concepts and Skills for Nursing Chapter 18
Describe the anatomy and function of t…
Explain the importance of proper body…
Discuss the principles of body movemen…
Identify ways to maintain the patient'…
The musculoskeletal system contains skeletal muscles, ligamen…
Will increase your confidence in being able to safely move an…
1. maintain correct anatomic position... 2. change may experienc…
Positioning techniques:... Lateral... Fowlers... Sims... Prone... Supine
Describe the anatomy and function of t…
The musculoskeletal system contains skeletal muscles, ligamen…
Explain the importance of proper body…
Will increase your confidence in being able to safely move an…
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NCLEX FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING CHAPTER 33: SELF CONCEPT
Scientific Knowledge Base: Self-Concept
Development of Self- Concept
Development of Self- Concept cont.
Erikson's Developmental Stages
・An individual's concept of him/herself... - Directly affects se…
Parentss* and primary caregivers influence the development o…
・Development of self-concept is a complex, lifelong process... ・…
Scientific Knowledge Base: Self-Concept
・An individual's concept of him/herself... - Directly affects se…
Development of Self- Concept
Parentss* and primary caregivers influence the development o…
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Fundamentals of Nursing
Characteristics of fall risk
D.A.M.E
True or False: Physical restraints pre…
List negative outcomes of restraint use.
Over 65, history of falls, impaired vision or balance, altere…
Drug and alcohol use... Age related physiologic status... Med…
False. Physical restraints increase the possibility of seriou…
Fall risk, skin breakdown, incontinence, depression, aspirati…
Characteristics of fall risk
Over 65, history of falls, impaired vision or balance, altere…
D.A.M.E
Drug and alcohol use... Age related physiologic status... Med…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Finals: From ATI Concepts, Outlines and Definitions for Foundations of Nursing
The Joint Commission
Utilization review committee
Federally funded health care programs
Privately funded health care plans
Sets quality standards for accreditation of health care facil…
Monitors appropriate diagnosis and treatment of hospitalized…
1) Medicare - for clients 65 years or older or with permanent…
a) Traditional - fee for service... b) MCO - Managed Care organi…
The Joint Commission
Sets quality standards for accreditation of health care facil…
Utilization review committee
Monitors appropriate diagnosis and treatment of hospitalized…
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Taylor Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 40: Self Concept
Self Concept + its Dimensions
Self Esteem
Self Acutualization
Identity Diffusion
- The mental image or picture of self has the power to either…
The need to feel good about oneself and to believe that other…
The need to reach one's potential though full development of…
The failure to integrate various childhood identifications in…
Self Concept + its Dimensions
- The mental image or picture of self has the power to either…
Self Esteem
The need to feel good about oneself and to believe that other…
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Fundamental Concepts and Skills for Nursing Chapter 16/17
antibiotic
antimicrobial
antiseptic
asepsis
an agent that is capable of either killing or inhabiting the…
a substance capable of either killing or suppressing the mult…
a chemical compound used on skin or tissue to eliminate micro…
Destruction and/or containment of infectious agents after the…
antibiotic
an agent that is capable of either killing or inhabiting the…
antimicrobial
a substance capable of either killing or suppressing the mult…
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Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts Chapter 1
Florence Nightingale
world war II
Clara barton
Lillian Wald
felt calling by god to become a nurse
what created a great demand for nurses in military hospitals
Who took volunteers into the field hospitals to care for sold…
Who took nursing out into the community
Florence Nightingale
felt calling by god to become a nurse
world war II
what created a great demand for nurses in military hospitals
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NCLEX FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING CHAPTER 33: SELF CONCEPT
Scientific Knowledge Base: Self-Concept
Development of Self- Concept
Development of Self- Concept cont.
Erikson's Developmental Stages
・An individual's concept of him/herself... - Directly affects se…
Parentss* and primary caregivers influence the development o…
・Development of self-concept is a complex, lifelong process... ・…
Scientific Knowledge Base: Self-Concept
・An individual's concept of him/herself... - Directly affects se…
Development of Self- Concept
Parentss* and primary caregivers influence the development o…
26 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing - Chapter 33 - Self-Concept
Which development stage is particularl…
Which of the following statements abou…
Robert, who is 2 years old, is praised…
Following a bilateral mastectomy, a 50…
C
D
D
D
Which development stage is particularl…
C
Which of the following statements abou…
D
26 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 17 - Developmental Concepts
growth
development
principles of growth and development
Factors Influencing Growth and Develop…
an increase in body size or changes in body cell structure, f…
an orderly pattern of changes in structure, thoughts, feeling…
Orderly and sequential... Continuous and complex... Follow regular…
Genetics... Prenatal, individual, and caregiver factors... Environm…
growth
an increase in body size or changes in body cell structure, f…
development
an orderly pattern of changes in structure, thoughts, feeling…
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Fundamentals of Nursing- Chapter 20 (Concepts of Growth and Development)
Growth and development
Growth
Development
Genetics
* Both refer to dynamic processes.... * Terms often used interch…
* Physical change and increase in size... * Measured quantitativ…
* Increase in complexity of function and skill progression... *…
The genetic inheritance of an individual.... Established at conc…
Growth and development
* Both refer to dynamic processes.... * Terms often used interch…
Growth
* Physical change and increase in size... * Measured quantitativ…
28 terms
NCLEX FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING CHAPTER 33: SELF CONCEPT
Scientific Knowledge Base: Self-Concept
Development of Self- Concept
Development of Self- Concept cont.
Erikson's Developmental Stages
・An individual's concept of him/herself... - Directly affects se…
Parentss* and primary caregivers influence the development o…
・Development of self-concept is a complex, lifelong process... ・…
Scientific Knowledge Base: Self-Concept
・An individual's concept of him/herself... - Directly affects se…
Development of Self- Concept
Parentss* and primary caregivers influence the development o…
95 terms
Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts Chapter 14
culture
whites
worldview
values
what consists of the values, beliefs, and practices shared by…
all ethnic groups metabolize central nervous system more slow…
a groups _________ is the way in which the group's people exp…
ideas and perceptions seen as good and useful
culture
what consists of the values, beliefs, and practices shared by…
whites
all ethnic groups metabolize central nervous system more slow…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Ch. 16 Vocab and Key Concepts
Audit
Batch charting
Charting by exception (CBE)
Clinical Pathways
Review of records
Waiting until the end of the shift to record events on severa…
Charting in which the nurse documents only those findings tha…
Models for ensuring quality of care, providing direction abou…
Audit
Review of records
Batch charting
Waiting until the end of the shift to record events on severa…
178 terms
Fundamental Concepts and Skills for Nursing Chapter 21
vital signs
Learning to measure vital signs
metabolism
more heat
Examples of this definition are: temperature, pulse, respirat…
What is the beginning step in gathering assessment data for p…
______ is the cellular chemical reactions in the body
When metabolism increases, ___ ____ is produced.
vital signs
Examples of this definition are: temperature, pulse, respirat…
Learning to measure vital signs
What is the beginning step in gathering assessment data for p…
15 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing chapter 17 developmental Concepts
Accommodation
Assimilation
Cognitive development
Development
Ability to adjust the eye to see at various distances; proces…
Process by which a person interprets information to fit the c…
Learning that occurs as a result of the internal organization…
An orderly pattern of changes and structure thoughts feelings…
Accommodation
Ability to adjust the eye to see at various distances; proces…
Assimilation
Process by which a person interprets information to fit the c…
11 terms
Fundamental Concepts and Skills For Nursing Chapter 4
The Nursing Process
The five components of the nursing pro…
Critical thinking is -
Clinical reasoning is -
A way of thinking and acting based on the scientific method
Assessment (Data Collection), Nursing Diagnosis, Planning, Im…
directed, purposeful, mental activity by which you evaluate i…
when we apply critical thinking inside the clinical setting
The Nursing Process
A way of thinking and acting based on the scientific method
The five components of the nursing pro…
Assessment (Data Collection), Nursing Diagnosis, Planning, Im…
55 terms
Fundamentals Nursing Skills and Concepts Chapter 3
Laws
Statutory Laws
Administrative Laws
Board of Nursing
Rules of conduct established and enforced by the government o…
Laws enacted by federal, state, or local legislature
Legal Provisions through which federal, state, and local agen…
Regulatory agency that manages the provisions of a state's nu…
Laws
Rules of conduct established and enforced by the government o…
Statutory Laws
Laws enacted by federal, state, or local legislature
38 terms
Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts Chapter 8
What is a mandated nursing activity re…
what are the four progressive stages o…
What combination of subject areas does…
How can you make sure you have met the…
health teaching
1. recognition of what has been taught... 2. recollection or des…
-safe self administration of medications... -using equipment for…
by documenting, who and what was taught, teaching method used…
What is a mandated nursing activity re…
health teaching
what are the four progressive stages o…
1. recognition of what has been taught... 2. recollection or des…
13 terms
Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts- Therapeutic Communication Excercise
Reflecting
Open-ended Questioning
Structuring
Sharing Perception
Client: "I haven't eaten much lately." --- Nurse: "You haven'…
"How are you feeling today?"
"I will be back at 1pm and show you how to draw up insulin"
"You seem disappointed."
Reflecting
Client: "I haven't eaten much lately." --- Nurse: "You haven'…
Open-ended Questioning
"How are you feeling today?"
235 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
Who was the founder of modern nursing…
Who was the founder of the Red Cross?
Who established the Frontier Nursing S…
Who was a pioneering crusader for the…
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Mary Breckenridge
Dorthea Dix
Who was the founder of modern nursing…
Florence Nightingale
Who was the founder of the Red Cross?
Clara Barton
141 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
Homes for the aged are licensed by the…
Home Health Agencies
OBRA
HIPAA
County department of social services
allows patients home care services in order to remain at home
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act - Federal law applies to al…
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act - 1996- w…
Homes for the aged are licensed by the…
County department of social services
Home Health Agencies
allows patients home care services in order to remain at home
43 terms
Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts Chapter 36
primary function of respiratory system
airway
factors that jeopardize airway patency
mucus
to permit ventilation-movement of air in and out of the lungs…
collective system of tubes in the upper and lower respiratory…
-an increased volume of mucus, thick mucus, fatigue or weakne…
a mixture or water, mucin, white blood cells, electrolytes, a…
primary function of respiratory system
to permit ventilation-movement of air in and out of the lungs…
airway
collective system of tubes in the upper and lower respiratory…
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