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Introduction to nursing: Chapter 2
Currently the US healthcare system has…
Given example of primary level of care?
Give an example of preventive care?
Describe and give an example of second…
Disease prevention: health promotion: and primary, secondary,…
Focuses on improved health outcomes for an entire population.…
Blood pressure and cancer screening, immunizations, mental he…
Secondary care the diagnosis and treatment of illness or trad…
Currently the US healthcare system has…
Disease prevention: health promotion: and primary, secondary,…
Given example of primary level of care?
Focuses on improved health outcomes for an entire population.…
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
What is infant mortality?
Childhood Mortality?
What is the neonatal period?
What is the postnatal period?
Number of deaths per 1000 live births during 1ST YEAR OF LIFE
Number of deaths per 100,00 AFTER 1st year of life
Less than 28 days
From 28 days to 1 year
What is infant mortality?
Number of deaths per 1000 live births during 1ST YEAR OF LIFE
Childhood Mortality?
Number of deaths per 100,00 AFTER 1st year of life
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Final Introduction to Nursing Exam
Florence Nightengale
Who was the "Lady with the Lamp."
Dorothea Dix
Who originally was hired in the laundr…
Demonstrated the value of aspetic techniques and infection co…
Florence Nightengale
Appointed to organize military hospitals, provide trained nur…
Susan King Taylor
Florence Nightengale
Demonstrated the value of aspetic techniques and infection co…
Who was the "Lady with the Lamp."
Florence Nightengale
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Content Section 1- Introduction to Nursing
accountability
advance directives
american nurse association (ANA)
autonomy
state of being answerable for one's actions- a nurse answers…
based on values of informed consent, patient autonomy over en…
the consistent commitment of nurses to provide care that prom…
ability or tendency to fuction independently
accountability
state of being answerable for one's actions- a nurse answers…
advance directives
based on values of informed consent, patient autonomy over en…
16 terms
ULL Nursing Unti 1: Introduction to the Department of Nursing
Dr. Gail Poirrer
Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
Dr. Lisa Broussard
Sheryl Gonsoulin
Dean?
Associate Dean?
BSN Department Head?
BSN Coordinator
Dr. Gail Poirrer
Dean?
Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
Associate Dean?
133 terms
Introduction to the profession of nursing chapter 22
Introduction
Growth
Growth (book)
Development
This chapter is about growth and development. By studying hum…
Encompasses the physical changes across a person's life span.
is the measurable aspect of a person's increase in physical d…
is an interaction of biological,... sociological, and psychologi…
Introduction
This chapter is about growth and development. By studying hum…
Growth
Encompasses the physical changes across a person's life span.
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 16
colic
coping strategies for dealing with a l…
Denver II
signs of an adequate infant diet
characterized by periods of unexplained irritability and cryi…
avoid bright lights, move and handle the infant slowly and ge…
not an intelligence test; tool to assess the developmental st…
infant has gained 4 to 7 ounces per week for the first 6 mont…
colic
characterized by periods of unexplained irritability and cryi…
coping strategies for dealing with a l…
avoid bright lights, move and handle the infant slowly and ge…
introduction to nursing research (chapter 1)
empirical data
nursing research
nursing science
objectivity
documented evidence gathered through direct observation rathe…
a systematic process of investigating problems to gain knowle…
the body of knowledge that is unique to the discipline of nur…
ability to distance the research process as much as possible…
empirical data
documented evidence gathered through direct observation rathe…
nursing research
a systematic process of investigating problems to gain knowle…
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Taylor Chapter 1 Introduction to Nursing
Health
Licensure
Nurse Practice Act
Nursing
State of optimal functioning or well-being.
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
Law established to regulate nursing practice.
Profession that focuses on the holistic person receiving heal…
Health
State of optimal functioning or well-being.
Licensure
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
Taylor Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
Nursing
Nursing Practice
Nursing Profession
Attributes of a Professional Nurse
- Originates from the Latin word NUTRIX, meaning "to nuture"…
A blend of SCIENCE and ART:... - SCIENCE: the knowledge base fo…
- Well-defined body of specific and unique knowledge... - Ongoin…
- Open-minded... - Value all people... - Self-awareness of one's ow…
Nursing
- Originates from the Latin word NUTRIX, meaning "to nuture"…
Nursing Practice
A blend of SCIENCE and ART:... - SCIENCE: the knowledge base fo…
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 15
fetal stage
neonatal stage
infant stage
toddler stage
ninth gestational week to birth
birth to 28 days(4 weeks)
28 days (4 weeks) to 1 year
1 to 3 years
fetal stage
ninth gestational week to birth
neonatal stage
birth to 28 days(4 weeks)
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Chapter 5 - Introduction to the Nursing Process
The Nursing Process
Care Plans
Characteristics of the Nursing Process
Assessment
The systematic method of critical thinking used by profession…
Can be handwritten or be part of the electronic medical recor…
Analytical, Dynamic, Organized, Outcome oriented, collaborati…
Gathered patient care data through observation, interviews, a…
The Nursing Process
The systematic method of critical thinking used by profession…
Care Plans
Can be handwritten or be part of the electronic medical recor…
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Nursing Across the Lifespan- Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
the number of deaths per 100,000 popul…
has reduced in the past 20-30 years
the leading cause of death in children…
in 26 of the richest nations, ____% of…
childhood mortality
childhood mortality
motor vehicle accidents
40
the number of deaths per 100,000 popul…
childhood mortality
has reduced in the past 20-30 years
childhood mortality
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Nursing Across the Lifespan- Introduction to Pediatric Nursing 2
sequence for head to toe examination
palpation order
is used to detect general body odors,…
sequence of physical examination
inspection, auscultation, percussion, palpation
light, deep
smell
general appearance, history taking, vitals signs, measurement…
sequence for head to toe examination
inspection, auscultation, percussion, palpation
palpation order
light, deep
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 27
blood dyscrasias
hematopoiesis
marrow of the long bones
by adolescence blood formation also oc…
disorders that occur when the blood components fail to form c…
blood formation
during childhood the RBCs are formed here
ribs, sternum, vertebrae, pelvis, skull, clavicle, and scapulae
blood dyscrasias
disorders that occur when the blood components fail to form c…
hematopoiesis
blood formation
Introduction to Mental Health Nursing
What is mental health
What is interpersonal vs intrapersonal?
What is resillience
psychopathology
emotional, physiological, and social wellness
Interpersonal is how the person relates to others; intraperso…
being able to overcome negative stressors and utilize positiv…
signs and symptoms
What is mental health
emotional, physiological, and social wellness
What is interpersonal vs intrapersonal?
Interpersonal is how the person relates to others; intraperso…
Chapter 5 - Introduction to the Nursing Processes
Nursing Process
Care Plans
Lydia Hall
Characteristics of the Nursing Process
The systematic method of critical thinking used by profession…
Can be handwritten or be part of the electronic medical recor…
The developer of the nursing process in 1955.
Analytical, dynamic, organized, outcome oriented, collaborati…
Nursing Process
The systematic method of critical thinking used by profession…
Care Plans
Can be handwritten or be part of the electronic medical recor…
Introduction to the Nursing Process Study
What are the 3 levels of prevention
Level of prevention : _____ will inclu…
Level of prevention: ____ happens afte…
Level of prevention: ____ trying to ke…
* Primary (Before Illness occurs) ... * Secondary (Trying to pre…
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
What are the 3 levels of prevention
* Primary (Before Illness occurs) ... * Secondary (Trying to pre…
Level of prevention : _____ will inclu…
Primary
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Chapter 5: Introduction to the Nursing Process
The nursing process is:
The framework within which nurses prov…
Thinking like a nurse is facilitated b…
Care Plans
The systematic method of critical thinking used by profession…
organized and effective manner
individualized patient plans of care
Often incorporate aspects of multidisciplinary clinical pathw…
The nursing process is:
The systematic method of critical thinking used by profession…
The framework within which nurses prov…
organized and effective manner
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Introduction to Mental Health Nursing
what percent of adults are experiencin…
what percent of adults with mental ill…
what percent of children with mental i…
what percent of cases of mental health…
25%
60%
50%
50%
what percent of adults are experiencin…
25%
what percent of adults with mental ill…
60%
ULL Nursing Unti 1: Introduction to the Department of Nursing
Dr. Gail Poirrer
Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
Dr. Lisa Broussard
Sheryl Gonsoulin
Dean?
Associate Dean?
BSN Department Head?
BSN Coordinator
Dr. Gail Poirrer
Dean?
Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
Associate Dean?
Introduction to Nursing Process
Assessment
Deductive
Inductive
Criteria
Collecting pt. data.
Reasoning from general to specific.
Reasoning from specific to general.
Specified behavior.
Assessment
Collecting pt. data.
Deductive
Reasoning from general to specific.
Introduction to the Profession of Nursing Chapter 2
World Health Organization (WHO) define…
Health
Health Belief Model
Health Promotion Model
"state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, no…
is a state of being that people define in relation to their o…
addresses the relationship between a person's beliefs and beh…
motivated by the desire to increase well-being
World Health Organization (WHO) define…
"state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, no…
Health
is a state of being that people define in relation to their o…
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Chapters 33-36 Introduction to Nursing
Problem Solving
Scientific Problem Solving
Nursing Process
Nursing Care Plan (NCP)
The basic skill of identifying a problem & taking steps to re…
Allows researchers to discover the best possible, safe & effe…
Combine critical thinking skills with a scientific problem so…
Guidelines used when caring for a patient. Allows you to iden…
Problem Solving
The basic skill of identifying a problem & taking steps to re…
Scientific Problem Solving
Allows researchers to discover the best possible, safe & effe…
12 terms
ULL Nursing Unti 1: Introduction to the Department of Nursing
Dr. Gail Poirrer
Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
Dr. Lisa Broussard
Sheryl Gonsoulin
Dean?
Associate Dean?
BSN Department Head?
BSN Coordinator
Dr. Gail Poirrer
Dean?
Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
Associate Dean?
Chapter 33 Introduction to the Nursing Process
Client-oriented
Critical thinking
Evaluation
Goal-oriented
Focused on meeting individualized needs
Mix of inquiry, knowledge. Intuition, logic, experience, and…
In nursing process, measuring the effectiveness of the other…
Establishment of objectives or specific desired outcomes earl…
Client-oriented
Focused on meeting individualized needs
Critical thinking
Mix of inquiry, knowledge. Intuition, logic, experience, and…
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 17
Erikson's toddler stage
negativism
height of a 2 year old
2 1/2 to 3 years
autonomy vs. shame and doubt
the power of saying "no"
is one half of a person's potential adult height
the age that bowel and bladder control is usually complete
Erikson's toddler stage
autonomy vs. shame and doubt
negativism
the power of saying "no"
Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
The theory of animism attempted to exp…
Historically, in providing treatment,…
In Greek society, what were the center…
Ancient Hebrews developed rules throug…
the cause of mysterious changes in bodily functions. This the…
The physician was the medicine man. Treated disease by chanti…
Temples were the centers of medical care. Illness was believe…
ethical human relationships, mental health, and disease contr…
The theory of animism attempted to exp…
the cause of mysterious changes in bodily functions. This the…
Historically, in providing treatment,…
The physician was the medicine man. Treated disease by chanti…
Introduction to the Profession of Nursing Chapter 2
World Health Organization (WHO) define…
Health
Health Belief Model
Health Promotion Model
"state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, no…
is a state of being that people define in relation to their o…
addresses the relationship between a person's beliefs and beh…
motivated by the desire to increase well-being
World Health Organization (WHO) define…
"state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, no…
Health
is a state of being that people define in relation to their o…
introduction to the nursing process 2
two parts of planning
type of thinking
Cyclic, critical thinking, problem-sol…
Provides a framework for assisting cli…
outcomes/interventions
critical
nursing process
nursing process
two parts of planning
outcomes/interventions
type of thinking
critical
Class 1+2: Introduction to Nursing
Nurse Practice Act
Nursing
Profession
Reciprocity
Law eatablished to regulate nursing practice.
Profession that focusses on the holisitic person recieving he…
Occupation that has specific and unique knowledge, code of et…
Process allowing a nurse to apply for and be endorsed as an R…
Nurse Practice Act
Law eatablished to regulate nursing practice.
Nursing
Profession that focusses on the holisitic person recieving he…
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 16
colic
coping strategies for dealing with a l…
Denver II
signs of an adequate infant diet
characterized by periods of unexplained irritability and cryi…
avoid bright lights, move and handle the infant slowly and ge…
not an intelligence test; tool to assess the developmental st…
infant has gained 4 to 7 ounces per week for the first 6 mont…
colic
characterized by periods of unexplained irritability and cryi…
coping strategies for dealing with a l…
avoid bright lights, move and handle the infant slowly and ge…
38 terms
Nursing, Health and Pathophysiology (Introduction)
Pathophysiology
Pathogenesis
Etiology (etiologic factors)
Risk Factors
- physiology of altered health. The cellular and organ change…
- sequence of cellular and tissue events that take place from…
- causes of disease including biologic agents, chemical agent…
- factors that predispose to a particular disease.
Pathophysiology
- physiology of altered health. The cellular and organ change…
Pathogenesis
- sequence of cellular and tissue events that take place from…
Introduction to the Nursing Profession Chapter 1
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Dorothea Lynde Dix
Mother Bickerdyke
-first practicing epidemiologist... -organized first school of n…
-founder to the American red cross... -cared for soldiers on the…
- created the first generation of American mental asylums ... -a…
- Hospital administrator, she was responsible for establishin…
Florence Nightingale
-first practicing epidemiologist... -organized first school of n…
Clara Barton
-founder to the American red cross... -cared for soldiers on the…
WCSPN Introduction to Gerontological Nursing
Two stages of human growth in the 19th…
Substages of childhood
Group of adults that was largest and m…
Geriatrics
Childhood and adulthood
Infant, toddler, preschool, school age, adolescence
She's 20-65
The study of all aspects of the song process, including the c…
Two stages of human growth in the 19th…
Childhood and adulthood
Substages of childhood
Infant, toddler, preschool, school age, adolescence
Introduction to the Nursing Process
The nursing process is
Historical Development
Characteristics of the Nursing Process
Critical Thinking in the Nursing Proc…
The systematic method of critical thinking used by profession…
The term nursing process was first used by Lydia Hall in 1955…
Analytical... Dynamic... Orginzed ... Outcome Oreinted ... Collabrative…
Is the data collection thorough and accurate? ... Are outcomes s…
The nursing process is
The systematic method of critical thinking used by profession…
Historical Development
The term nursing process was first used by Lydia Hall in 1955…
NURSING THEORY CH 1 INTRODUCTION TO NURSING
Contributors to the foundation of nurs…
Linda Richards
Florence Nightingale
Harriet Tubman
Florence Nightingale, Harriet Tubman, Linda Richards
first trained nurse in the US.
regarded as the founder of modern nursing
a nurse and abolitionist, active in the under ground railroad
Contributors to the foundation of nurs…
Florence Nightingale, Harriet Tubman, Linda Richards
Linda Richards
first trained nurse in the US.
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 22
informed consent
this determines the means by which a c…
crib safety stipulations
common sites for measuring blood press…
implies that the parent or legal guardian is capable of under…
age, level of consciousness, and how far the child must travel
securely fitting mattress, no tucked in blankets or or soft p…
brachial, popliteal, and posterior tibial arteries
informed consent
implies that the parent or legal guardian is capable of under…
this determines the means by which a c…
age, level of consciousness, and how far the child must travel
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Ch. 5 Introduction to the nursing process
Define the nursing process
Describe the historical development an…
Articulate the characteristics of the…
Describe the steps in the nursing proc…
The nursing process is the scientific method through which pr…
The five primary steps of the nursing process were clearly id…
The nursing process requires nurses to think critically. It i…
During the assessment step of the nursing process, patient ca…
Define the nursing process
The nursing process is the scientific method through which pr…
Describe the historical development an…
The five primary steps of the nursing process were clearly id…
NURSING THEORY CH 1 INTRODUCTION TO NURSING
Contributors to the foundation of nurs…
Linda Richards
Florence Nightingale
Harriet Tubman
Florence Nightingale, Harriet Tubman, Linda Richards
first trained nurse in the US.
regarded as the founder of modern nursing
a nurse and abolitionist, active in the under ground railroad
Contributors to the foundation of nurs…
Florence Nightingale, Harriet Tubman, Linda Richards
Linda Richards
first trained nurse in the US.
38 terms
Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing Research
Research
Nursing Research
Goal of Research
Why Is Nursing Research Needed?
A diligent, systematic inquiry or study that validates and re…
A scientific process that validates and refines existing know…
The development of an empirical body of knowledge for a disci…
It is essential to developing and refining knowledge that nur…
Research
A diligent, systematic inquiry or study that validates and re…
Nursing Research
A scientific process that validates and refines existing know…
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 21
satellite clinics
pediatric centers
research centers
outpatient surgery centers
convenient and offer flexible coverage; are sometimes located…
clinics removed from the hospital that offer evening and week…
offer highly specialized care for patients with particular di…
for patients seeking elective surgery or for those with uncom…
satellite clinics
convenient and offer flexible coverage; are sometimes located…
pediatric centers
clinics removed from the hospital that offer evening and week…
182 terms
Introduction to Nursing FINAL EXAM
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Mary Elizabeth Mahoney
Lillian Wald
Founder of modern nursing... Dedicated her life to improve healt…
A teacher, not a nurse... Founder of American Red Cross, Red Cro…
First African American trained nurse in the U.S.
Mother of community health... Founded Henry Street Settlement (b…
Florence Nightingale
Founder of modern nursing... Dedicated her life to improve healt…
Clara Barton
A teacher, not a nurse... Founder of American Red Cross, Red Cro…
40 terms
Introduction in to professional nursing CPA 2
Emergency Medical Treatment & Active L…
Negligence
Malpractice
Criminal negligence
-Federal statute ... -Often referred to as antidumping law... -Enac…
Failure to act in a reasonable and prudent manner
-Special type of negligence ... - failure of a professional, a p…
A case in which the negligent acts of the nurse (normally an…
Emergency Medical Treatment & Active L…
-Federal statute ... -Often referred to as antidumping law... -Enac…
Negligence
Failure to act in a reasonable and prudent manner
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206- Chapter 1- Introduction to Transcultural Nursing
field of transcultural nursing
madeline leininger
Transcultural Nursing Society's mission
Why do you believe this class is impor…
what was founded in mid 1960s.
who founded transcultural nursing
is to enhance the the quality of culturally congruent, compet…
Imperative that the nursing workforce rapidly adapt itself to…
field of transcultural nursing
what was founded in mid 1960s.
madeline leininger
who founded transcultural nursing
Nursing 202 --> Introduction to Patho/Pharm
Pathology
Physiology
Disease
Communicable disease
Study of changed in tissues or cells as a result of injury, d…
Study of mechanisms of body function
Impairment of cell, tissue, organ or organ system functioning
...
Pathology
Study of changed in tissues or cells as a result of injury, d…
Physiology
Study of mechanisms of body function
Fundamentals of Nursing Ch 1 Introduction to Nursing Prepu
A registered nurse wishes to work as a…
What is the best nursing intervention…
What is the primary purpose of standar…
A nurse is helping a patient on hospic…
They are responsible for the continued development and advanc…
Emphasizing a client's strengths to encourage weight loss
to ensure knowledgeable, safe, comprehensive nursing care
Advocate
A registered nurse wishes to work as a…
They are responsible for the continued development and advanc…
What is the best nursing intervention…
Emphasizing a client's strengths to encourage weight loss
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Introduction To Nursing: Urinary & Bowel Elimination
Urinary Elimination Terms
Oliguria
Anuria
Polyuria
*Urination... *Micturition ... *Voiding
Little Urine
No Urine
Excessive Urine
Urinary Elimination Terms
*Urination... *Micturition ... *Voiding
Oliguria
Little Urine
25 terms
Introduction to Nursing Research (TEST 2)
Defined as a research-based, decision-…
Term to describe the evidence used to…
How does nursing research start?
Builds a body of nursing knowledge for…
evidence based practice
Nursing research
ID a problem or issue that someone wants to know the solution…
nursing research
Defined as a research-based, decision-…
evidence based practice
Term to describe the evidence used to…
Nursing research
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 24
three types of skin traction most ofte…
checklist for traction apparatus
neurovascular check for tissue perfusion
slipped femoral capital epiphysis (cox…
Bryant's , Buck's, and Russell traction
weights are hanging freely, weights are out of reach of the c…
performed on the fingers and toes distal to the injury or cas…
the spontaneous displacement of the epiphysis of the femur wh…
three types of skin traction most ofte…
Bryant's , Buck's, and Russell traction
checklist for traction apparatus
weights are hanging freely, weights are out of reach of the c…
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