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Introduction to Professional Nursing: Chapter 4
History of Nursing Licensure
Purpose of Act
Definition of Nursing and Scope of Pra…
Licensure Requirements
-The Nursing Cap is the identifiable symbol of nursing studen…
-All nurse practice acts include two purposes: ... 1) each act…
-In every state, the term "nurse" is defined to outline what…
-graduation from high school and an accredited nursing progra…
History of Nursing Licensure
-The Nursing Cap is the identifiable symbol of nursing studen…
Purpose of Act
-All nurse practice acts include two purposes: ... 1) each act…
Introduction to Nursing Pharmacology-Chapter 4
Nursing Process
Assessment
Nursing Diagnosis
Implementation
Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning Outcomes & Interventions, Imp…
Health history (chronic conditions, drug use, allergies, leve…
Statement of patient's status from a nursing perspective
Proper administration of drug therapy; comfort measures; pati…
Nursing Process
Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning Outcomes & Interventions, Imp…
Assessment
Health history (chronic conditions, drug use, allergies, leve…
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Introduction to Nursing - Chapter 4 - Legal Aspects of Nursing
Governance in this country is built up…
Purpose of the law
Balance of Power
Executive branch
U.S. Constitution
Preamble to the U.S. Constitution: to ensure order, protect t…
1. executive branch (President)... 2. legislative branch... 3. judi…
Charged to implement law
Governance in this country is built up…
U.S. Constitution
Purpose of the law
Preamble to the U.S. Constitution: to ensure order, protect t…
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Chapter 4 Introduction to Maternity & Newborn Nursing
TPALM... Pg 48 Box 4-1
Monthly visits are scheduled up to?
Then visits increase to every 2-3 wks…
When do visits become weekly?
T: # term infants born... P: # preterm infants born... A: # pregnan…
28 wks
36 wks
36 wks until delivery
TPALM... Pg 48 Box 4-1
T: # term infants born... P: # preterm infants born... A: # pregnan…
Monthly visits are scheduled up to?
28 wks
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Chapter 4 Introduction to Maternity & Newborn Nursing
TPALM... Pg 48 Box 4-1
Monthly visits are scheduled up to?
Then visits increase to every 2-3 wks…
When do visits become weekly?
T: # term infants born... P: # preterm infants born... A: # pregnan…
28 wks
36 wks
36 wks until delivery
TPALM... Pg 48 Box 4-1
T: # term infants born... P: # preterm infants born... A: # pregnan…
Monthly visits are scheduled up to?
28 wks
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Intro to Nursing Chapter 4
Basic Human Needs
Blended Family
Community
Extended Family
Behaviors, feelings about self & others, values and prioritie…
Two parents & their unrelated children from previous relation…
Specific population or group of people living in the same geo…
Includes aunts, uncles & grandparents. Cohabitation becoming…
Basic Human Needs
Behaviors, feelings about self & others, values and prioritie…
Blended Family
Two parents & their unrelated children from previous relation…
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Chapter 4 - Introduction to Cells
cell
microscope
cell theory
cell wall
basic units of structure and function in living things
an instrument that makes small objects look larger
a widely accepted explanation of the relationship between cel…
rigid layer that surrounds the cells of plants and some other…
cell
basic units of structure and function in living things
microscope
an instrument that makes small objects look larger
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Chapter 4 Introduction to Earth
crust
mantle
lithosphere
asthenosphere
the thin, rocky outer layer of Earth
solid, rocky shell that extends to a depth of 2890 kilometers
Earth's outermost layer consists of the crust and uppermost m…
Beneath the lithosphere lies a soft, comparatively weak layer…
crust
the thin, rocky outer layer of Earth
mantle
solid, rocky shell that extends to a depth of 2890 kilometers
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Chapter 4 Introduction to Animals
homeostasis
adaptation
vertebrates
invertebrates
Process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable inter…
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
Animals that have backbones
Animals without backbones
homeostasis
Process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable inter…
adaptation
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
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Introduction to Business - Chapter 4
Ethics
Business Ethics
Sweatshops
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
Moral principles that govern a person's behavior
Ethical principles and moral/ethical problems that are arise…
Manual workers are employed at very low wages for long hours…
A federal organization that ensures safe and healthy working…
Ethics
Moral principles that govern a person's behavior
Business Ethics
Ethical principles and moral/ethical problems that are arise…
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Chapter 4, Introduction to Organic Compounds
Alkane
Alkene
Alkyne
Aromatic
Single C-C Bonds
One or more double bonds.
One or more triple bonds.
Planar ring structure based on benzene.
Alkane
Single C-C Bonds
Alkene
One or more double bonds.
Chapter 4 - Introduction to Cells
cell
microscope
cell theory
cell wall
basic units of structure and function in living things
an instrument that makes small objects look larger
a widely accepted explanation of the relationship between cel…
rigid layer that surrounds the cells of plants and some other…
cell
basic units of structure and function in living things
microscope
an instrument that makes small objects look larger
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Chapter 4 - Introduction to Animals Vocabulary
Homeostasis
Adaptation
Vertebrate
Invertebrate
The condition in which an organism's internal environment is…
An inherited behavior or physical characteristic that helps a…
An animal with a backbone
An animal without a backbone
Homeostasis
The condition in which an organism's internal environment is…
Adaptation
An inherited behavior or physical characteristic that helps a…
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Introduction to Professional Nursing: Chapter 1
Prehistoric Period
Egypt
Palestine
Greece
-Health practices were strongly guided by beliefs of magic, r…
-Ancient Egyptians made many accomplishments in healthcare.…
-Hebrews developed laws called the Mosaic Code.... -The *Mosaic…
-Believed gods and goddesses of Greek mythology controlled he…
Prehistoric Period
-Health practices were strongly guided by beliefs of magic, r…
Egypt
-Ancient Egyptians made many accomplishments in healthcare.…
Chapter 4 theoretical foundations of nursing practice
Theories
Domain
Paradigm
How many links does the paradigm of nu…
Help to describe, explain, predict, and or prescribe nursing…
Is the perspective of a profession. It provides the subject,…
Pattern of thought that is useful in describing the domain of…
For the person, health, environment/situation, and NURSING
Theories
Help to describe, explain, predict, and or prescribe nursing…
Domain
Is the perspective of a profession. It provides the subject,…
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Introduction to Corrections - Chapter 4
Boot camp
Community service
Continuum of sanctions
Day fine
A physically rigorous, disciplined, and demanding regimen emp…
Compensation for injury to society, by the performance of ser…
A range of correctional management strategies based on the de…
A criminal penalty based on the amount of income an offender…
Boot camp
A physically rigorous, disciplined, and demanding regimen emp…
Community service
Compensation for injury to society, by the performance of ser…
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From Bacteria to Plants: Chapter 4 Introduction to Plants
photosynthesis
tissue
chloroplast
vacuole
A process used by plants and other autotrophs to capture ligh…
A collection of similar cells that perform a particular funct…
An organelle found in plant and algae cells where photosynthe…
Cell organelle that stores materials such as water, salts, pr…
photosynthesis
A process used by plants and other autotrophs to capture ligh…
tissue
A collection of similar cells that perform a particular funct…
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nursing chapter 4
basic human needs
most essential of all needs
physiologic needs
safety and security needs
needs common to all people, meeting needs is essential for he…
oxygen
for oxygen, water, food, elimination, temperature, sexuality,…
have both physical and emotional components, means being prot…
basic human needs
needs common to all people, meeting needs is essential for he…
most essential of all needs
oxygen
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We Beat the Streets Introduction - Chapter 4
apathy
retrospect
daunting
swaggered
Lack of interest
Looking back and thinking about the past
Difficult to deal with, intimidating.
Walk or behave in an aggressive manner.
apathy
Lack of interest
retrospect
Looking back and thinking about the past
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ALGEBRA: CHAPTER 4 - AN INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONS
Dependent variable
Independent variable
Input
Output
A variable that provides the output values of a function.
A variable that provides the input values of a function.
A value of the independent variable.
A value of the dependent variable.
Dependent variable
A variable that provides the output values of a function.
Independent variable
A variable that provides the input values of a function.
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Introduction to Hospitality chapter 4
Informediaries
Psychographic Information
Regular (non- guaranteed)Reservation-
Guaranteed Reservation
third parties used to make reservations on the internet, are…
successful hotels examine pervious notable marketing strategi…
I held usually until 6 p.m. on the date of arrival
requires the guest to pay for the first night prior to guest'…
Informediaries
third parties used to make reservations on the internet, are…
Psychographic Information
successful hotels examine pervious notable marketing strategi…
ALGEBRA: CHAPTER 4 - AN INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONS
Dependent variable
Independent variable
Input
Output
A variable that provides the output values of a function.
A variable that provides the input values of a function.
A value of the independent variable.
A value of the dependent variable.
Dependent variable
A variable that provides the output values of a function.
Independent variable
A variable that provides the input values of a function.
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ALGEBRA: CHAPTER 4 - AN INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONS
Dependent variable
Independent variable
Input
Output
A variable that provides the output values of a function.
A variable that provides the input values of a function.
A value of the independent variable.
A value of the dependent variable.
Dependent variable
A variable that provides the output values of a function.
Independent variable
A variable that provides the input values of a function.
Nursing chapter 4
COPD
Influenza
Phrenic nerve
The thorax
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Lung disease character…
Highly contagious acute viral infection of respiratory passag…
Nerve that originates in the neck and passes down between the…
Or chest, between neck and abdomen, contains thoracic cavity…
COPD
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Lung disease character…
Influenza
Highly contagious acute viral infection of respiratory passag…
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Introduction to Policing - Chapter 4
Adverse impact
Americans with Disabilities Act
Background investigation
Emotional Intelligence (EI)
A form of de facto discrimination resulting from a testing el…
Signed into law in 1990, the world's first comprehensive civi…
The complete and thorough investigation of an applicant's pas…
The ability to interpret, understand, and manage one's own an…
Adverse impact
A form of de facto discrimination resulting from a testing el…
Americans with Disabilities Act
Signed into law in 1990, the world's first comprehensive civi…
Chapter 4 - Introduction to Plants
Photosynthesis
Tissue
Chloroplast
Vacuole
The process by which plants and some other organisms capture…
A group of similar cells that perform a specific function in…
A plant cell structure in which photosynthesis occurs.
A large sac-like storage area in a cell.
Photosynthesis
The process by which plants and some other organisms capture…
Tissue
A group of similar cells that perform a specific function in…
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Introduction to Business - Chapter 4
business ethics
Sarbanes-Oxley Act
whistle-blowing
code of ethics
standards of conduct and moral values regarding right and wro…
Regulations passed by congress in 2002 to try to reduce uneth…
employee's disclosure to company officials, government author…
formal statement that defines how an organization expects its…
business ethics
standards of conduct and moral values regarding right and wro…
Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Regulations passed by congress in 2002 to try to reduce uneth…
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Chapter 4-introduction to atoms
Atom
Electron
Nucleus
Electron Cloud
the smallest component of an element having the chemical prop…
a tiny, negatively charged particle that moves around the nuc…
the positively charged dense center of an atom
a region around the nucleus of an atom where electrons are li…
Atom
the smallest component of an element having the chemical prop…
Electron
a tiny, negatively charged particle that moves around the nuc…
NURSING UTA chapter 4,6,8
verbal communication
nonverbal communication
tactile senses
primary focus of Healthy People 2020
uses spoken words
does not involve written or spoken words includes kinetics, f…
most primitive sensory response developed by humans
promote healthy lifestyle and prevent illness in the community
verbal communication
uses spoken words
nonverbal communication
does not involve written or spoken words includes kinetics, f…
Chapter 4 Introduction- Science
States of Matter
Solid
Liquid
Gas
the physical forms of matter which include solid, liquid, and…
the state of matter in which the volume and shape of a substa…
the state of matter that has a definite volume but not a defi…
a form of matter that does not have a definite volume or shape
States of Matter
the physical forms of matter which include solid, liquid, and…
Solid
the state of matter in which the volume and shape of a substa…
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Introduction to Chemistry Chapter 4
electron dot diagram
one valence electron
Chemical properties of that element
chemical bond
a representation of the valence electrons in an atom, using d…
Each dot in an electron dot diagram stands for
The number of valence electrons in each atom helps determine…
The force of attraction that holds atoms together as a result…
electron dot diagram
a representation of the valence electrons in an atom, using d…
one valence electron
Each dot in an electron dot diagram stands for
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Introduction to Business Chapter 4
Boundaryless organization
Centralization
Chain of command
Compensation
A form of business organization that lacks any formal structu…
The relative concentration of decision-making authority in th…
The formal channel that defines the authority, responsibility…
Any reward that an individual... receives for performing organiz…
Boundaryless organization
A form of business organization that lacks any formal structu…
Centralization
The relative concentration of decision-making authority in th…
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Diversity of Life Chapter 4: Introduction to Animals
homeostasis
adaptation
vertebrates
invertebrates
Process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable inter…
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
Animals that have backbones
Animals without backbones
homeostasis
Process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable inter…
adaptation
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
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Introduction to Hospitality chapter 4
Informediaries
Psychographic Information
Regular (non- guaranteed)Reservation-
Guaranteed Reservation
third parties used to make reservations on the internet, are…
successful hotels examine pervious notable marketing strategi…
I held usually until 6 p.m. on the date of arrival
requires the guest to pay for the first night prior to guest'…
Informediaries
third parties used to make reservations on the internet, are…
Psychographic Information
successful hotels examine pervious notable marketing strategi…
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Chapter 4: Introduction to Business Vocab
Ethics
Business Ethics
Ethical Dilemma
Code of Ethics
a set of beliefs about right and wrong, good and bad
the application of right and wrong, good and bad, in a busine…
a decision that involves a conflict of values; every potentia…
a formal, written document that defines the ethical standards…
Ethics
a set of beliefs about right and wrong, good and bad
Business Ethics
the application of right and wrong, good and bad, in a busine…
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Chapter 4 - Introduction to Takaful
Yusuf Al-Qardhawi - The Lawful & Prohi…
Gharar
Types of Gharar
Al Gharar al Kathir
The modern form of insurance company and their current practi…
Means deficient clarity with regard to the subject-matter bei…
Al Gharar al Kathir... Al Gharar al Yasir ... Al Gharar al Mutawa…
Excessive gharar, render the contract invalid
Yusuf Al-Qardhawi - The Lawful & Prohi…
The modern form of insurance company and their current practi…
Gharar
Means deficient clarity with regard to the subject-matter bei…
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Introduction to computers chapter 4
Advanced Research Project Agency
The Internet started
NSFNET
The Internet is
(ARPA) created in 1958 by President Eisenhower to jump-start…
as a U.S. Department of Defense ARPA project in the 1960s. It…
was the primary Internet backbone by the late 1980s,.
a network of computer networks.
Advanced Research Project Agency
(ARPA) created in 1958 by President Eisenhower to jump-start…
The Internet started
as a U.S. Department of Defense ARPA project in the 1960s. It…
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Introduction to Professional Nursing CPA 4: Chapter 21
What is the purpose of the Joint Commi…
What is the Quality Chasm Report?
Be familiar with the 2012 National Pat…
Differentiate between quality assuranc…
a. The Joint Commission (TJC) was one of the first accreditat…
a. Through the Quality Chasm reports, the IOM has sustained t…
a. Improve the accuracy of patient identification... i. Use at…
...
What is the purpose of the Joint Commi…
a. The Joint Commission (TJC) was one of the first accreditat…
What is the Quality Chasm Report?
a. Through the Quality Chasm reports, the IOM has sustained t…
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Introduction to Psychology Chapter 4
sensation
perception
bottom-up processing
top-down processing
process of receiving stimulus energies from external environm…
process of organizing/interpreting sensory information; recog…
sensory receptors register information about external environ…
starts with a cognitive process inside brain and applies that…
sensation
process of receiving stimulus energies from external environm…
perception
process of organizing/interpreting sensory information; recog…
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Introduction to Plants, Chapter 4
What are characteristics that all plan…
Plants make their own food in the proc…
Plant cells have a(n) ____________, a…
Cell walls are made mostly of ________…
Autotroph, eurkaryote
True
cell wall
cellulose
What are characteristics that all plan…
Autotroph, eurkaryote
Plants make their own food in the proc…
True
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Introduction to Animals Chapter 4
homeostasis
adaptation
vertebrate
invertebrate
keeping internal body conditions stable
behavior or physical characteristic that helps an organism su…
organism with a backbone
organism without a backbone
homeostasis
keeping internal body conditions stable
adaptation
behavior or physical characteristic that helps an organism su…
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Chapter 4 Legal Aspects of Nursing
advance health care directives
answer
assault
autopsy
a variety of legal and lay documents that allow individuals t…
(legal) a written response made by a defendant
an attempt or threat to touch another person unjustifiably
an examination of the body after death to determine the cause…
advance health care directives
a variety of legal and lay documents that allow individuals t…
answer
(legal) a written response made by a defendant
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 4
Actus reus
Civil law
Criminal law
Criminal negligence
an illegal act, or failure to act when legally required
all law that is not criminal, including tort, contract, perso…
the body of rules that defines crimes, sets out their punishm…
liability that can occur when a person's careless and inatten…
Actus reus
an illegal act, or failure to act when legally required
Civil law
all law that is not criminal, including tort, contract, perso…
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Chapter 4: Introduction to Atoms
Democritus
Dalton
Daltons theory
Thomson
greek philosopher ... he named the smallest uncuttable particle…
A british chemist and school teacher... he conducted experiments…
All substances are made of atoms. Atoms are small particles t…
A british scientist... Using a cathode ray tube he discovered pa…
Democritus
greek philosopher ... he named the smallest uncuttable particle…
Dalton
A british chemist and school teacher... he conducted experiments…
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Chapter 4 Science Review-Introduction to Cells
a group of organs working together to…
diploid cells
plant cells that are long and hollow t…
materials enter and the leave the nucl…
organ system
skin cells
food and water
membrane
a group of organs working together to…
organ system
diploid cells
skin cells
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Introduction to Nursing Research (Nursing 4 TEST 2)
Defined as a research-based, decision-…
o Drives the profession of nursing to…
Term to describe the evidence used to…
What is research trying to accomplish?
evidence based practice
evidence based practice
Nursing research
Describe - nurse researchers attempt to describe some phenom…
Defined as a research-based, decision-…
evidence based practice
o Drives the profession of nursing to…
evidence based practice
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Chapter 5: Introduction to Nursing Process
nursing process
5 primary steps:... *Similar to Scientifi…
Effective use of the nursing process d…
critical thinking
which is the systematic method of critical thinking used by…
Assessment, diagnosis, planning implementation, and evaluation
- knowledge... - familiarity with standardized nursing diagnosis…
complex process during which individuals think about their th…
nursing process
which is the systematic method of critical thinking used by…
5 primary steps:... *Similar to Scientifi…
Assessment, diagnosis, planning implementation, and evaluation
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Chapter 4. Introduction to Quantitative Research
Chapter 4. Introduction to Quantitativ…
A hypothesis is ...... A. necessary for…
A directional hypothesis is ...... A. pr…
A null hypothesis ...... ... A. is explicit…
A hypothesis is ...... B. an educated guess or a presumption ba…
A directional hypothesis is ...... C. a precise statement indic…
A null hypothesis ...... D. is the statement of no relationship…
Chapter 4. Introduction to Quantitativ…
A hypothesis is ...... A. necessary for…
A hypothesis is ...... B. an educated guess or a presumption ba…
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Chapter 4: Introduction to Probability
Probablility
What two numbers does probability alwa…
A probability near zero
A probability near one
a numerical measure of the likelihood that an event will occur
0 to 1
indicates an event is quite unlikely to occur
indicates an event is almost certain to occur
Probablility
a numerical measure of the likelihood that an event will occur
What two numbers does probability alwa…
0 to 1
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Science Chapter 4 Introduction to Animals
homeostasis
adaptation
vertebrates
invertebrates
Process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable inter…
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
Animals that have backbones
Animals without backbones
homeostasis
Process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable inter…
adaptation
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
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