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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…
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
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…
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
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…
..
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…
78 terms
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…
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…
43 terms
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING
CRITICAL THINKING
CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
INTERPRETATION
ANALYSIS
COMPLEX AND CONTINUOUS PROCESS OF REASONING CHARACTERIZED BY…
I AM IN ENGLAND EX SERCISING: INTERPRETATION, ANALYSIS, INFER…
BE ORDERLY IN DATA COLLECTION, LOOK FOR PATTERNS TO CATEGORIZ…
BE OPEN-MINDED AS YOU LOOK AT INFORMATION ABOUT A PATIENT. DO…
CRITICAL THINKING
COMPLEX AND CONTINUOUS PROCESS OF REASONING CHARACTERIZED BY…
CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
I AM IN ENGLAND EX SERCISING: INTERPRETATION, ANALYSIS, INFER…
109 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
The P in "PQRST"
The Q in "PQRST"
The R in "PQRST"
The S in "PQRST"
PERCIPITATE (WHAT BRING IT ON) PALATES (WHAT STOPS IT)
QUALITY OF PAIN
REGION OF PAIN
SEVERITY OF PAIN 1-3 MILD 4-6 MODERATE 7-10 SEVERE
The P in "PQRST"
PERCIPITATE (WHAT BRING IT ON) PALATES (WHAT STOPS IT)
The Q in "PQRST"
QUALITY OF PAIN
Fundamentals of Nursing
Cane Walking
Chest Tube
Delegation to Unlicensed Assistive Per…
Basics of Delegation
COAL... C- Cane... O- Opposite... A- Affected ... L- Leg... When assisting…
Chest Tube Pulled... An occlusive dressing is used if a chest tu…
Nurses usually delegate to unlicensed assistive personnel (UA…
E- Evaluate... A- Assess... T- Teach... Delegation of certain tasks m…
Cane Walking
COAL... C- Cane... O- Opposite... A- Affected ... L- Leg... When assisting…
Chest Tube
Chest Tube Pulled... An occlusive dressing is used if a chest tu…
Fundamentals of Nursing
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
DOROTHEA DIX
CLARA BARTON
ASSESSMENT
1854-1860- makes major contributions to modern nursing, is na…
1861-1865- establishes the Nurse Corps of the US Army during…
practiced nursing on Civil War battlefields and founded the A…
the RN collects comprehensive data petinent to the patient's…
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
1854-1860- makes major contributions to modern nursing, is na…
DOROTHEA DIX
1861-1865- establishes the Nurse Corps of the US Army during…
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…
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 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
134 terms
Nursing fundamentals
Associate degree
Baccalaureate degree
Master's degree
Doctoral degree
The associate degree is awarded by a college after satisfacto…
4 year program, required for graduate school as well as certa…
An advanced 2-year program completed after attainment of a ba…
also called a doctorate; the highest degree awarded by a grad…
Associate degree
The associate degree is awarded by a college after satisfacto…
Baccalaureate degree
4 year program, required for graduate school as well as certa…
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)
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
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
Fundamentals of Nursing
Critical Thinking
Clinical Reasoning
Problem Solving
Decision Making
provides a framework for reflection on judgements and actions…
uses critical thinking, knowledge, and experience to develop…
Systematic, analytic approach of finding solution to the prob…
Choosing a solution or answer from among different options; o…
Critical Thinking
provides a framework for reflection on judgements and actions…
Clinical Reasoning
uses critical thinking, knowledge, and experience to develop…
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…
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…
..
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…
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
19 terms
Fundamentals of nursing
Whistle blowing
HIPPA
EHR
PHR
warning from organization to the public concerning wrong doin…
Health insurance portability and accountability act
electronic health record
personal health record
Whistle blowing
warning from organization to the public concerning wrong doin…
HIPPA
Health insurance portability and accountability act
Fundamentals of Nursing
Sairy Gamp
Clara Barton
Linda Richards
Mary Mahoney
Dicken's character in his book
Establish the American Red Cross
Initiated the practice of wearing uniform
The first African-American nurse
Sairy Gamp
Dicken's character in his book
Clara Barton
Establish the American Red Cross
30 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
During which part of the client interv…
The nurse is most likely to collect ti…
The nurse should avoid asking the clie…
The nurse needs to validate which of t…
A. Introduction... Rationale: Asking about the weather initiate…
A. "Would you describe what you are feeling?"... Rationale: Thi…
B. "You are really excited about the plastic surgery, aren't…
C. The client reported an infected tow... Rationale: Validation…
During which part of the client interv…
A. Introduction... Rationale: Asking about the weather initiate…
The nurse is most likely to collect ti…
A. "Would you describe what you are feeling?"... Rationale: Thi…
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
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…
337 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
alias
aphasia
assertiveness
body language
an assigned name under which certain clients are admitted to…
an abnormal neurologic condition in which a person is unable…
confidence without aggression or passivity, an important skill…
impressions one conveys through body movements and posture, e…
alias
an assigned name under which certain clients are admitted to…
aphasia
an abnormal neurologic condition in which a person is unable…
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
58 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
A charge nurse is discussing the respo…
A nurse is caring for a postoperative…
A nurse is preparing to insert an IV c…
A nurse is preparing to administer Dem…
Have family members wear a gown and gloves when visiting.
Determine the reasons why the client is refusing to use the i…
Thread the IV catheter so that the hub rests at the insertion…
Have another nurse witness the disposal of the excess medicat…
A charge nurse is discussing the respo…
Have family members wear a gown and gloves when visiting.
A nurse is caring for a postoperative…
Determine the reasons why the client is refusing to use the i…
Fundamentals of nursing
superficial pain
visceral pain
somatic pain
radiating pain
pain on the skin or just beneath the skin
activation of nociceptors of the thoracic, pelvic, or abdomin…
originates in the ligaments, tendons, nerves, and blood vesse…
starts at the origin but extends to other locations
superficial pain
pain on the skin or just beneath the skin
visceral pain
activation of nociceptors of the thoracic, pelvic, or abdomin…
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
Alturism
Autonomy
Human dignity
Integrety
A concern for eh welfare and well being of others... Relflected…
The right to self- determination... Reflected when the nurse re…
Respect for the inherent worth and uniqueness of individuals…
Acting in accordance with an appropriate code of ethics and a…
Alturism
A concern for eh welfare and well being of others... Relflected…
Autonomy
The right to self- determination... Reflected when the nurse re…
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…
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…
26 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
Assessment (data collection)
Clinical Judgment
Clinical Reasoning
Critical Thinking
Collecting, organizing, documenting and validating date about…
Outcome or results of clinical reasoning
Critical thinking in the clinical setting
Directed, purposeful mental activity by which ideas are creat…
Assessment (data collection)
Collecting, organizing, documenting and validating date about…
Clinical Judgment
Outcome or results of clinical reasoning
Fundamentals of Nursing
Florence Nightingale
mildred montag
clara barton
mary agnes snivel
established the first nursing philosophy
developed the associate degree in nursing
founder of the American red cross
first president of the Canadian society of superintendents of…
Florence Nightingale
established the first nursing philosophy
mildred montag
developed the associate degree in nursing
54 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
Nurses use various types of knowledge,…
Theoretical knowledge consists of:
Practical knowledge is:
self-knowlege (Personal) is:
Theoretical, Practical, Personal and Ethical
information, facts, principles, and evidence-based theories i…
knowing what to do and how to do it. This consists of process…
self-understanding. The nurse must think critically. You must…
Nurses use various types of knowledge,…
Theoretical, Practical, Personal and Ethical
Theoretical knowledge consists of:
information, facts, principles, and evidence-based theories i…
294 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing
REMISSION
EXACERBATION
Which term best describes the science…
Which nurse in history is credited wit…
when the disease is present, but the person does not experien…
the symptoms of a disease reappear
b. the knowledge base for care
d. Florence Nightingale
REMISSION
when the disease is present, but the person does not experien…
EXACERBATION
the symptoms of a disease reappear
342 terms
Fundamentals of nursing
alias
aphasia
assertiveness
body language
an assigned name under which certain clients are admitted to…
an abnormal neurologic condition in which a person is unable…
confidence without aggression or passivity, an important skill…
impressions one conveys through body movements and posture, e…
alias
an assigned name under which certain clients are admitted to…
aphasia
an abnormal neurologic condition in which a person is unable…
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.
Fundamentals of Nursing
Novice
Advanced Beginner
Competent
Proficient
Beginning nursing student/any nurse entering a situation they…
Nurse who has some level of experience with the situation
Nurse who as been in the same clinical position for 2-3 years
Nurse with more than 2-3 years of experience in the same clin…
Novice
Beginning nursing student/any nurse entering a situation they…
Advanced Beginner
Nurse who has some level of experience with the situation
Fundamentals of Nursing
6 links Spread of Infection
Infectious Agent
Where do pathogens live & multiply?
Mode of transmission of infection
Infectious agent, Reservoir, Portal of Exit, Mode of Transmis…
Pathogens, Normal flora that become pathogenic
Reservoir, may be living-humans, animals, insects... May be no l…
Contact-touching, kissing, sexual contact... Indirect-contact wi…
6 links Spread of Infection
Infectious agent, Reservoir, Portal of Exit, Mode of Transmis…
Infectious Agent
Pathogens, Normal flora that become pathogenic
111 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
Disinfection
Localized Infection
Healthcare associated infection
Pathogen
Process by which pathogens excepts spores destroyed.
An infection in one area of the body.
An infection that is acquired while cared for in a healthcare…
Microorganisms that cause infection in humans.
Disinfection
Process by which pathogens excepts spores destroyed.
Localized Infection
An infection in one area of the body.
Nursing Fundamental
English
English
English
English
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English
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English
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Nursing Fundamentals- Nursing Diagnosis
Nursing Diagnosis
Actual Nursing Diagnostic:
Medical Diagnosis
Risk Nursing Diagnosis
Clinical judgement about the patient in response to an actual…
the patient has a response to a health condition, it is suppo…
Identification of a disease condition based on specific evalu…
Patient is vulnerable to developing the human response to hea…
Nursing Diagnosis
Clinical judgement about the patient in response to an actual…
Actual Nursing Diagnostic:
the patient has a response to a health condition, it is suppo…
37 terms
Nursing Fundamentals
Oral Temp Range
Rectal Temp Range
Axilla Temp Range
Tympanic Temp Range
97.6 - 99.6
98.6. - 100.6
96.6. - 98.6
96.6 - 99.7
Oral Temp Range
97.6 - 99.6
Rectal Temp Range
98.6. - 100.6
Fundamentals of nursing
What is the nursing process?
What are the 5 steps in the nursing pr…
Define Assessment
What is objective data?
a critically thinking process that professional nurses are to…
1. Assessment... 2. Diagnosis... 3. planning ... 4 implementation... 5. E…
The deliberate and systematic collection of information about…
Anything that is observable, data, tests
What is the nursing process?
a critically thinking process that professional nurses are to…
What are the 5 steps in the nursing pr…
1. Assessment... 2. Diagnosis... 3. planning ... 4 implementation... 5. E…
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…
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