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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…
Nursing Fundamental
English
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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
fundamental of nursing
1-1. You are participating in a clinic…
1-2 An 18-year-old woman is in the eme…
1-3. A patient in the emergency depart…
1-4. A nurse is caring for a patient w…
Defines the principles of right and wrong to provide patient…
Assessment
Implementation
Advocate
1-1. You are participating in a clinic…
Defines the principles of right and wrong to provide patient…
1-2 An 18-year-old woman is in the eme…
Assessment
10 terms
Fundamental of Nursing
Healthcare professionals are required…
The nursing student learns in Fundamen…
After client falls out of bed, and Ear…
The acronym healthcare workers used to…
Health professionals dawning artificial nails
Acts to prevent injury to the client and/or nurse
Safety event report (incident report)
RACE( rescue; alarm; confine; evacuate)
Healthcare professionals are required…
Health professionals dawning artificial nails
The nursing student learns in Fundamen…
Acts to prevent injury to the client and/or nurse
138 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
• 1. Which of the following scenarios…
2. Upon request, a medical professiona…
3. Which of the following choices best…
1) The ANA Code of Ethics makes provis…
Answer: C... Rationale: Administering medications, aiding with p…
Answer: B... Rationale: Assisted suicide occurs when a patient i…
Answer: B... Rationale: According to Berman and Snyder, morality…
answer: B... rationale: according to our presenter Dr. Saulo-Lew…
• 1. Which of the following scenarios…
Answer: C... Rationale: Administering medications, aiding with p…
2. Upon request, a medical professiona…
Answer: B... Rationale: Assisted suicide occurs when a patient i…
80 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
1.Discuss the development of nursing r…
2.QSEN
3. Describe the roles and career oppor…
4. Provider of Care
Competencies for Nurses (QSEN); Patient-centered care, teamwo…
Qualtiy and Safety Education for Nurses: an initiative to res…
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Nurses who provide direct patient care in an acute care setting
1.Discuss the development of nursing r…
Competencies for Nurses (QSEN); Patient-centered care, teamwo…
2.QSEN
Qualtiy and Safety Education for Nurses: an initiative to res…
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
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
9 terms
Fundamental of nursing
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Chapter 35
Chapter 36
Chapter 37
Chapter 38
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Chapter 35
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Chapter 36
82 terms
fundamental of nursing
red blood cell count (RBC) lab values
hemoglobin (Hgb) lab values
hematocrit (Hct) lab values
platelet lab values
men: 4.3 to 5.7 million. women: 3.8 to 5.1 million. men typic…
men: 13 to 17 g/dL. women: 12 to 16 g/dL. the RBC value is no…
men: 40 to 54%. women: 35 to 47%. increased levels of Hct can…
150,000 to 400,000 per micro-liter. medications and certain d…
red blood cell count (RBC) lab values
men: 4.3 to 5.7 million. women: 3.8 to 5.1 million. men typic…
hemoglobin (Hgb) lab values
men: 13 to 17 g/dL. women: 12 to 16 g/dL. the RBC value is no…
29 terms
fundamental of nursing
Benner (1984)
nurse
professional practice
nursing
nurse passed through 5 levels of proficiency... 1. novice- nurse…
application of knowledge, ethics, aesthetics, and clinical ex…
social, behavioral science, physiological science, nursing th…
commitmemt of nurses to provide care that promotes the well b…
Benner (1984)
nurse passed through 5 levels of proficiency... 1. novice- nurse…
nurse
application of knowledge, ethics, aesthetics, and clinical ex…
Fundamental of Nursing 10
1. (757). An antihypertensive medicati…
2. (86000). While examining an infant,…
3. (58012). The nurse working with a t…
4. (55002). An adult is to have abdomi…
b)
b)
c)
d)
1. (757). An antihypertensive medicati…
b)
2. (86000). While examining an infant,…
b)
179 terms
fundamental of nursing
1-1. You are participating in a clinic…
1-2 An 18-year-old woman is in the eme…
1-3. A patient in the emergency depart…
1-4. A nurse is caring for a patient w…
Defines the principles of right and wrong to provide patient…
Assessment
Implementation
Advocate
1-1. You are participating in a clinic…
Defines the principles of right and wrong to provide patient…
1-2 An 18-year-old woman is in the eme…
Assessment
35 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
Preventative care (and example)
Primary care (and example)
Secondary care (and example)
Tertiary care (and example)
focus on education and equipping patient to reduce and contro…
emphasis on health care promotion (vision screening)
diagnoses and treatment of acute illness and injury (emergenc…
provision of specialized and highly technical care (burn cent…
Preventative care (and example)
focus on education and equipping patient to reduce and contro…
Primary care (and example)
emphasis on health care promotion (vision screening)
152 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
What does a safe environment imply?
What are the National patient safety g…
Senttinel
True/False Falls are a common problem.
The freedom of injury with a focus on helping to prevent fall…
Evidence-based practice and help to improve patient safety.
an unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical…
True
What does a safe environment imply?
The freedom of injury with a focus on helping to prevent fall…
What are the National patient safety g…
Evidence-based practice and help to improve patient safety.
83 terms
Fundamental of Nursing Definitions
Learning by hearing or listening
the process of or actions related to w…
an individual who translates communica…
learning by touching and doing
Auditory learning
Health Promotion
Interpreter
Kinesthetic learning
Learning by hearing or listening
Auditory learning
the process of or actions related to w…
Health Promotion
41 terms
Nursing fundamental
Apprenticeship
Interventions
Invasive procedure
Aseptically
Learning by doing
Actions taken to improve, maintain,or restore health or preve…
Procedures that require entry into the body.
Without introducing infectious material
Apprenticeship
Learning by doing
Interventions
Actions taken to improve, maintain,or restore health or preve…
67 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
Aims of nursing
promoting health
preventing illness
restoring health
promoting health, preventing illness, restoring health, facil…
promoting good physical, mental and emotional health by ident…
reduce the risk of illness by avoiding or achieving early det…
performing assessments that detect an illness refering questi…
Aims of nursing
promoting health, preventing illness, restoring health, facil…
promoting health
promoting good physical, mental and emotional health by ident…
9 terms
Fundamental nursing
Autonomy
nonmalfeasance
veracity
fidelity
self rule/determination
doing no harm
truth telling
honesty
Autonomy
self rule/determination
nonmalfeasance
doing no harm
71 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
autoclave
edema
pitting edema
distension
...
people who have fluid volume excess look swollen and puffy
occurs when the body part is so full of fluid you can press y…
There can also be excess fluid in the abdomen that makes it l…
autoclave
...
edema
people who have fluid volume excess look swollen and puffy
5 terms
Fundamental concept and skills of nursing
English
French
English
Mende
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English
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French
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74 terms
Fundamental nursing
Abduction
Absorption
A, an
Ab
Movement of the limb away from the body
Passage of drug molecules into blood . Factors influencing dr…
Absent
Away
Abduction
Movement of the limb away from the body
Absorption
Passage of drug molecules into blood . Factors influencing dr…
Fundamental of Nursing 10
1. (757). An antihypertensive medicati…
2. (86000). While examining an infant,…
3. (58012). The nurse working with a t…
4. (55002). An adult is to have abdomi…
b)
b)
c)
d)
1. (757). An antihypertensive medicati…
b)
2. (86000). While examining an infant,…
b)
50 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing, Nursing Process
A client comes to the walk-in clinic w…
The nurse is measuring the client's ur…
When evaluating an elderly client's bl…
Which of the following behaviors by th…
A. Assessment... Rationale: The first step in the nursing proces…
B. The client's urine output was 450 mL.... Rationale: Objective…
A. Compare this reading against defined... Rationale: Analysis o…
A. Admitting not knowing how to do a procedure and requesting…
A client comes to the walk-in clinic w…
A. Assessment... Rationale: The first step in the nursing proces…
The nurse is measuring the client's ur…
B. The client's urine output was 450 mL.... Rationale: Objective…
63 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
Which of the following statements is t…
A 40 year old nurse is taking a health…
Which population should the nurse care…
What is one way nurses can develop cul…
A
B
White Middle Class
Objectively examine own beliefs, values, and practices
Which of the following statements is t…
A
A 40 year old nurse is taking a health…
B
46 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 2
Healthcare delivery system
Emphasis on population wellness
health services pyramid
health services pyramid
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
from this various healthcare models have been generated
1. manages health instead of illness... 2. emphasis is on wellne…
Healthcare delivery system
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
Emphasis on population wellness
from this various healthcare models have been generated
118 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
Scope of nursing
Nurse Practice Acts
Standards of Nursing Practice
Malpractice
promote health and wellness, prevent illness, restore health,…
Regulate the practice of nursing in the US and Canada... *Common…
Describes the responsibilities for which the nurses are accou…
For this to occur it must be shown there is a relationship be…
Scope of nursing
promote health and wellness, prevent illness, restore health,…
Nurse Practice Acts
Regulate the practice of nursing in the US and Canada... *Common…
45 terms
Nursing fundamentals: nursing process
What is the purpose of the nursing pro…
6 phases of nursing process
What is assessing
ANA standard of nursing assessment
Identify potential or actual client health problem ... Establis…
1. Assessment... 2. Diagnoses... 3. Planning outcomes... 4. Planning i…
Systematic gathering of information related to the client (ph…
Identify assessment as professional responsibility for RNs
What is the purpose of the nursing pro…
Identify potential or actual client health problem ... Establis…
6 phases of nursing process
1. Assessment... 2. Diagnoses... 3. Planning outcomes... 4. Planning i…
142 terms
Kaplan- Fundamentals of Nursing
Chronic pain
tetanus
If client received at least 3 doses of…
If client received less than 3 doses o…
episode of pain that lasts for 3 months or more... Serves no use…
fatal disease caused by bacterium that can live for a long ti…
administer tetanus toxoid booster
Administer both Td and tetanus immune globulin (TIG)
Chronic pain
episode of pain that lasts for 3 months or more... Serves no use…
tetanus
fatal disease caused by bacterium that can live for a long ti…
Fundamentals of Nursing
Assess
Diagnose
Plan
Implement
Gather information about patients condotion
Identify patients problem
Set goals of care and desired outcomes and identify appropria…
Preform the nursing actions identified in planning
Assess
Gather information about patients condotion
Diagnose
Identify patients problem
53 terms
Fundamental of Nursing Chapter 12
Intrauterine Life 3 Trimesters of a fu…
Common Concerns Pregnant mothers expre…
Apgar Score
Direct Nursing Care at Birth includes
Preembryonic stage= 1-14 days... Embryonic stage= 15 to end of 8…
Nausea, vomiting, breast tender, urinary frequency, heartburn…
Heart rate... respiratory effort... Muscle tone... Reflex irritability…
maintaining body temperature, watching for infection, suction…
Intrauterine Life 3 Trimesters of a fu…
Preembryonic stage= 1-14 days... Embryonic stage= 15 to end of 8…
Common Concerns Pregnant mothers expre…
Nausea, vomiting, breast tender, urinary frequency, heartburn…
10 terms
Fundamental Nursing quiz#2
The Self-Care Nursing theory is attrib…
Encouraging a patient to take part in…
The word "nursing" has its roots in th…
Lifelong professional socialization is…
Dorthea Orem
Autonomy
Nourish
each individual
The Self-Care Nursing theory is attrib…
Dorthea Orem
Encouraging a patient to take part in…
Autonomy
68 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Nursing Process
Critical Analysis
Critical Thinking
Decision Making
Deductive Reasoning
a set of questions one can apply to a particular situation or…
the cognitive process that includes creativity, problem solvi…
the process of establishing criteria by which alternate cours…
making specific observations from a generalization
Critical Analysis
a set of questions one can apply to a particular situation or…
Critical Thinking
the cognitive process that includes creativity, problem solvi…
Fundamental of nursing
Protiens
9 essential amino acids
Complete protiens
11 non essential amino acids
Essential for building body tissue in growth maintenance and…
Consumed through food sources
9 amino acids
Because they can be manufactured by the liver
Protiens
Essential for building body tissue in growth maintenance and…
9 essential amino acids
Consumed through food sources
63 terms
Fundamental of Nursing: Activity and Exercise
Define Deconditioning:
What might that mean for a hospitalize…
- What are ADLs? ... - How are ADLs diffe…
Concentric tension
associated with inactivity, the negative effects of which can…
These patients are at greater risk for "deconditioning" and i…
- Activities of Daily Living (coordinated efforts of the musc…
Increased muscle contraction causes muscle shortening
Define Deconditioning:
associated with inactivity, the negative effects of which can…
What might that mean for a hospitalize…
These patients are at greater risk for "deconditioning" and i…
53 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Health & Wellness
The four overarching goals of Healthy…
Definition of Health
Health Belief Model:
Positive Health Care Behavior:
- Attain *high-quality, longer lives free of preventable dise…
state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being,…
Activities related to maintaining, attaining, or regaining go…
The four overarching goals of Healthy…
- Attain *high-quality, longer lives free of preventable dise…
Definition of Health
state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being,…
Nursing Fundamentals- Nursing Process
A. Assessment... Rationale: The first ste…
B. The client's urine output was 450 m…
A. Compare this reading against define…
A. Admitting not knowing how to do a p…
A client comes to the walk-in clinic with reports of abdomina…
The nurse is measuring the client's urine output and strainin…
When evaluating an elderly client's blood pressure (BP) of 14…
Which of the following behaviors by the nurse demonstrates th…
A. Assessment... Rationale: The first ste…
A client comes to the walk-in clinic with reports of abdomina…
B. The client's urine output was 450 m…
The nurse is measuring the client's urine output and strainin…
20 terms
Nursing Fundamentals- Nursing Process
A client comes to the walk-in clinic w…
The nurse is measuring the client's ur…
When evaluating an elderly client's bl…
Which of the following behaviors by th…
A. Assessment... Rationale: The first step in the nursing proces…
B. The client's urine output was 450 mL.... Rationale: Objective…
A. Compare this reading against defined... Rationale: Analysis o…
A. Admitting not knowing how to do a procedure and requesting…
A client comes to the walk-in clinic w…
A. Assessment... Rationale: The first step in the nursing proces…
The nurse is measuring the client's ur…
B. The client's urine output was 450 mL.... Rationale: Objective…
Nursing fundamental exam 2
What is an actual nursing ... diagnosis?
What is a goal in a nursing ... care plan?
What is a measurable expected outcome?
What is involved in the planning phase…
2nd step in the nursing process. Science and art of identifyi…
It's a total nursing care. Coordinates the participation of v…
Outcome that is objective, verifiable and specific. They shou…
This is the 3rd step of the nursing process. It includes the…
What is an actual nursing ... diagnosis?
2nd step in the nursing process. Science and art of identifyi…
What is a goal in a nursing ... care plan?
It's a total nursing care. Coordinates the participation of v…
Fundamental of Nursing Chapter 11: Assessing
cue
data
database
emergency assessment
significant information that is helpful in making decisions
information
all the pertinent patient information that enables a comprehe…
rapid focused assessment conducted to determine potentially f…
cue
significant information that is helpful in making decisions
data
information
309 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing-Test 1
Nursing is recognized increasingly as…
Activities to restore health focus on…
Purpose of the ANAs Nusrsing Social Po…
Nursing Process
* Well-defined body of specific and unique knowledge.... * Stron…
The individuals with illness and range from early detection o…
It describes:... *The social context of nursing.... *The definition…
*Assessing.... *Diagnosing.... *Planning.... *Implementing.... *Evaluating.
Nursing is recognized increasingly as…
* Well-defined body of specific and unique knowledge.... * Stron…
Activities to restore health focus on…
The individuals with illness and range from early detection o…
Fundamental of nursing Quiz 1
Chain of Infections
Pathogens
Vehicle
Vector
1.)Infectious Agent... 2.)Reservoir... 3.)Portal of exit... 4.)Mode of…
Ex: Bacteria, yeast, fungai, viruses, protozoa
Means by which microorganisms are carried about and transport…
A person that does not become ill but harbors and spreads an…
Chain of Infections
1.)Infectious Agent... 2.)Reservoir... 3.)Portal of exit... 4.)Mode of…
Pathogens
Ex: Bacteria, yeast, fungai, viruses, protozoa
59 terms
Exam 1: Fundamentals of Nursing
Contact precaution
Droplet precaution
Airborne precaution
Protective isolation precautions
Used for infections and diseases spread via contact (ie. C. d…
Used when known or suspected diseases that are spread through…
Used when known or suspected diseases that are spread through…
Used by nurse when caring for a patient with a compromised im…
Contact precaution
Used for infections and diseases spread via contact (ie. C. d…
Droplet precaution
Used when known or suspected diseases that are spread through…
final for fundamental nursing skills
narrative charting
SOAP charting
S-O-A-P means
focus charting
the style of documentation generally used in source-oriented…
the documentation style more likely to be used in a problem-o…
Subjective data... Objective data... analysis of the data... plan for…
(modified form of SOAP charting) uses word "focus" rather tha…
narrative charting
the style of documentation generally used in source-oriented…
SOAP charting
the documentation style more likely to be used in a problem-o…
20 terms
Nursing Fundamentals- Nursing Process
A client comes to the walk-in clinic w…
The nurse is measuring the client's ur…
When evaluating an elderly client's bl…
Which of the following behaviors by th…
A. Assessment... Rationale: The first step in the nursing proces…
B. The client's urine output was 450 mL.... Rationale: Objective…
A. Compare this reading against defined... Rationale: Analysis o…
A. Admitting not knowing how to do a procedure and requesting…
A client comes to the walk-in clinic w…
A. Assessment... Rationale: The first step in the nursing proces…
The nurse is measuring the client's ur…
B. The client's urine output was 450 mL.... Rationale: Objective…
131 terms
Nursing Fundamental Abbreviations
WBC
VSS
VS
UTI
white blood count
vital signs stable
vital signs
urinary tract infections
WBC
white blood count
VSS
vital signs stable
46 terms
Fundamental of Nursing Chapter 39
Concentric tension
Activities of daily living
Body alignment
Body balance
Increased muscle contraction causes muscle shortening
ADLs
The relationship of one body part to another body part.
Occurs with a lower center of gravity and a wide, stable base…
Concentric tension
Increased muscle contraction causes muscle shortening
Activities of daily living
ADLs
Fundamentals of Nursing, Vital Signs
Afebrile
Febrile
Apical pulse (aka "point of maximal im…
Peripheral pulse
Without fever
With fever
Central pulse; located at the apex of the heart (aka "point o…
Pulse located away from the heart; wrist or foot.
Afebrile
Without fever
Febrile
With fever
99 terms
Exam 1 Fundamentals of Nursing
purpose of patient records and documen…
elements of Documentation
Confidentiality definition
Patient's Rights
-communication b/w nurse and doc... - diagnostic and therapeutic…
-Content... -Timing... -Format... -Accountability... -Confidentiality (HI…
All information about patients written on paper, spoken aloud…
-See and copy their health record... -Update their health record…
purpose of patient records and documen…
-communication b/w nurse and doc... - diagnostic and therapeutic…
elements of Documentation
-Content... -Timing... -Format... -Accountability... -Confidentiality (HI…
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