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Understanding Medical Surgical Nursing Chapter 22
What defines a hypertension diagnosis?
What's a normal blood pressure reading?
How often is a follow up recommended f…
What is a prehypertensive blood pressu…
At least 2 or more readings on different dates that are above…
<120 Systolic <80 Diastolic
Every 2 years
Systolic 120-129 Diastolic 80-89
What defines a hypertension diagnosis?
At least 2 or more readings on different dates that are above…
What's a normal blood pressure reading?
<120 Systolic <80 Diastolic
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Nursing Chapter 22: Medication Administration
Therapeutic Effect
Side Effect
Adverse Effect
Toxic Effect
Expected or Predictable
Unintended, Secondary Effect
Severe Response to Medication
Medication Accumulates in the blood stream
Therapeutic Effect
Expected or Predictable
Side Effect
Unintended, Secondary Effect
Medical-Surgical Nursing - Chapter 22 - TCATM
angiocardiography
aortic valve
aortography
arteries
diagnostic procedure in which a radiopaque dye is injected in…
heart valve (opening) between the left ventricle and aorta th…
diagnostic procedure that detects aortic abnormalities such a…
blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood
angiocardiography
diagnostic procedure in which a radiopaque dye is injected in…
aortic valve
heart valve (opening) between the left ventricle and aorta th…
Medical-Surgical Nursing - Chapter 22 - Key Terms
angiocardiography
aortic valve
aortography
arteries
diagnostic procedure in which a radiopaque dye is injected in…
heart valve (opening) between the left ventricle and aorta th…
diagnostic procedure that detects aortic abnormalities such a…
blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood
angiocardiography
diagnostic procedure in which a radiopaque dye is injected in…
aortic valve
heart valve (opening) between the left ventricle and aorta th…
Understanding Medical Surgical Nursing Chapter 22
What defines a hypertension diagnosis?
What's a normal blood pressure reading?
How often is a follow up recommended f…
What is a prehypertensive blood pressu…
At least 2 or more readings on different dates that are above…
<120 Systolic <80 Diastolic
Every 2 years
Systolic 120-129 Diastolic 80-89
What defines a hypertension diagnosis?
At least 2 or more readings on different dates that are above…
What's a normal blood pressure reading?
<120 Systolic <80 Diastolic
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Fundamentals of Nursing Care: Chapter 22
Autoclaving
Boiling
Ionizing radiation
Chemical disinfection
This method delivers steam under pressure, with heat ranging…
This method of boiling instruments and supplies in water for…
This method kills pathogens on sutures, some plastics, and bi…
This method is used to kill pathogens on equipment and suppli…
Autoclaving
This method delivers steam under pressure, with heat ranging…
Boiling
This method of boiling instruments and supplies in water for…
Chapter 22 - Fungi of Medical importance
mycoses
true/primary pathogens
dimorphic
opportunistic fungal pathogens
fungal diseases
have virulence factors that allow them to invade and grow in…
the ability of a fungus to alternate between hyphal and yeast…
normal flora/common inhabitants of the environment that may i…
mycoses
fungal diseases
true/primary pathogens
have virulence factors that allow them to invade and grow in…
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Chapter 22 Nursing Vocabulary
Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
Agitated
Alzheimer's Disease (AD)
Bipolar Disorder
A condition in which the macula degenerates, gradually causin…
The state of being excited, restless, or troubled.
A progressive, degenerative, and irreversible disease that is…
A type of depression that causes a person to have mood swings…
Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
A condition in which the macula degenerates, gradually causin…
Agitated
The state of being excited, restless, or troubled.
Nursing 100 chapter 22
Fidelity
Advocacy
Utilitarianism
Deontology
Keeping your promise
Refers to the support of a particular cause
Relies on the application of a certain principle. Focuses on…
Defines actions as right or wrong on the basis of their "righ…
Fidelity
Keeping your promise
Advocacy
Refers to the support of a particular cause
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Nursing chapter 22
Catheter
Catheterization
Dysuria
Foley catheter
A tube used to drain or inject fluid through a body opening
The process of inserting a catheter
Painful or difficult (dys) urination (uria)
See indwelling catheter
Catheter
A tube used to drain or inject fluid through a body opening
Catheterization
The process of inserting a catheter
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Chapter 22 Nursing 200
Erickson's Stages for adulthood (5-8)
Identity vs Role Confusion
Intimacy vs Isolation
Generativity vs Stagnation
identity vs role confusion, intimacy vs isolation, generativi…
(fifth stage) ask "who am I"/ establish sexual, political, re…
(sixth stage) young adults seek companionship and love or bec…
(seventh stage) middle age adults contribute to community (pa…
Erickson's Stages for adulthood (5-8)
identity vs role confusion, intimacy vs isolation, generativi…
Identity vs Role Confusion
(fifth stage) ask "who am I"/ establish sexual, political, re…
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Nursing Chapter 22 Terms
Cause-and-effect diagram
Clinical indicators
Customer
Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
tool that is used for identifying and organizing possible cau…
measurable items that reflect the quality of care provided an…
individual or group who relies on an organization to provide…
a systematic process for identifying potential design and pro…
Cause-and-effect diagram
tool that is used for identifying and organizing possible cau…
Clinical indicators
measurable items that reflect the quality of care provided an…
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Medical Assisting Chapter 22
alopecia
apocrine gland
arrector pili
dermis
the clinical term for baldness
a type of sweat gland, it produces a thicker type of sweat th…
muscles attached to most hair follicles and found in the dermis
the middle layer of the skin, which contains connective tissu…
alopecia
the clinical term for baldness
apocrine gland
a type of sweat gland, it produces a thicker type of sweat th…
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 22
lesions
palpations
turgor
edema
tissue damage or abnormalities
involves using the hands to feel different parts of the body
elasticity of the skin
fluid in the tissues
lesions
tissue damage or abnormalities
palpations
involves using the hands to feel different parts of the body
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Comprehensive Nursing Chapter 22
Acute Pain
Chronic Pain
Intractable Pain
Cutaneous Pain
Pain that lasts only through the expected recovery period.
Lasts beyond the typical healing time period. Pain lasting lo…
Chronic pain that persist despite therapeutic interventions.
Originates in the skin or subcutaneous tissue (Example: A pap…
Acute Pain
Pain that lasts only through the expected recovery period.
Chronic Pain
Lasts beyond the typical healing time period. Pain lasting lo…
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nursing 200 chapter 22
Erikson's stages
Maslow's stages
Midlife crisis
Genes, parental practices, culture, an…
Erikson originally envisioned eight stages of development... Occ…
Abraham Maslow (1954) described five stages, which occur in s…
Supposed period of unusual anxiety, radical self-reexaminatio…
Of these four, genes are probably the most influential, accor…
Erikson's stages
Erikson originally envisioned eight stages of development... Occ…
Maslow's stages
Abraham Maslow (1954) described five stages, which occur in s…
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Nursing 101 Chapter 22
infectious agent
reservoir
what bacteria likes to grow in
portal of exit
pathogens, normal flora that become pathogeic
where pathogens live and multiply. May be living such as huma…
nutrients, moisture, temp, oxygen, pH, light/dark
via bodily fluids, coughing, sneezing, diarrhea, seeping woun…
infectious agent
pathogens, normal flora that become pathogeic
reservoir
where pathogens live and multiply. May be living such as huma…
Nursing 104 Chapter 22
Patient -centered care
Evidence- based practice
quality improvement
safety
function effectively within nursing and inter professional te…
integrate best current evidence with clinical expertise and p…
use data to monitor the outcomes of care processes, and use i…
minimizes risk of harm to patients and providers through the…
Patient -centered care
function effectively within nursing and inter professional te…
Evidence- based practice
integrate best current evidence with clinical expertise and p…
Nursing 212 Chapter 22
transcultural nursing
culture
cultural expressions
cultural orientation
-understand the essential characteristics will be able to pro…
a group's acceptance of a set of attitudes, ideologies, value…
-language... -spirituality... -works of art, music, group customs a…
-learning process starts and birth and continues throughout l…
transcultural nursing
-understand the essential characteristics will be able to pro…
culture
a group's acceptance of a set of attitudes, ideologies, value…
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Pre Nursing Chapter 22
Dementia
Alzheimer's Disease
Cognition
Catastrophic Reaction
A serious, progressive loss of mental abilities such as think…
A progressive, degenerative, and irreversible disease that is…
The ability to think clearly and logically.
Reacting to something in an unreasonable, exaggerated way.
Dementia
A serious, progressive loss of mental abilities such as think…
Alzheimer's Disease
A progressive, degenerative, and irreversible disease that is…
Chapter 22 Nursing Fundamentals
Alopecia
Callus
Cerumen
Cleaning Bath
Baldness
A thickened portion of the skin
The wax like substance secreted by gland in the external ear…
A type of bath given chiefly for hygiene purposes
Alopecia
Baldness
Callus
A thickened portion of the skin
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Intro to Nursing Chapter 22
ethics
values
autonomy
nonmaleficence
the study of conduct and character. It is concerned with dete…
personal beliefs about the worth of a given idea, attitude, c…
commitment to include patients in decision about care
avoidance of harm or hurt
ethics
the study of conduct and character. It is concerned with dete…
values
personal beliefs about the worth of a given idea, attitude, c…
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Nursing Chapter 22
the patient for whom you are caring ne…
the point of the ethical principal to…
a child's immunization may cause disco…
when a nurse assesses a patient for pa…
d
c
b
a
the patient for whom you are caring ne…
d
the point of the ethical principal to…
c
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NCCTC Nursing Assistant: Chapter 22 The Nervous System
age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
agitated
Alzheimer's disease (AD)
bipolar disorder
a condition in which the macula degenerate, gradually causing…
the state of being excited, restless, or troubled
a progressive, degenerative, and irreversible disease that is…
a type of depression that causes a person to have mood swings…
age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
a condition in which the macula degenerate, gradually causing…
agitated
the state of being excited, restless, or troubled
Chapter 22- Nurse Leadership
types of power
explicit power
implied power
leadership styles
implied and explicit
power by virtue of position
power due to other factors, such as personality
-autocratic... -democratic... -laissez faire... -quantum... -transactiona…
types of power
implied and explicit
explicit power
power by virtue of position
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Foundations of Nursing: Chapter 22
ethics
autonomy
beneficence
nonmaleficence
study of conduct and character
refers to freedom from external control
refers to taking positive actions to help others
the avoidance of harm or hurt
ethics
study of conduct and character
autonomy
refers to freedom from external control
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Fundamentals of Nursing, Chapter 22
Accountability
Advocacy
Autonomy
Beneficence
The ability to answer ones questions.
The support of particular cause.
The freedom from external control.
Taking positive actions to help others.
Accountability
The ability to answer ones questions.
Advocacy
The support of particular cause.
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nursing chapter 22 and 23
ethics
autonomy
beneficence
nonmaleficence
study of conduct and character, determines what is good for i…
the commitment to include patients in decisions about all asp…
taking positive actions to help others
the avoidance of harm or hurt
ethics
study of conduct and character, determines what is good for i…
autonomy
the commitment to include patients in decisions about all asp…
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 22
Autocratic leadership
Democratic leadership
Laissez-faire leadership
Transactional leadership
Involves the leader assuming control over the decisions and a…
sense of equality among the leader and other participants, wi…
Leader relinquishes power to the group and encourages indepen…
Based on task-and-reward orientation. Team members agree to s…
Autocratic leadership
Involves the leader assuming control over the decisions and a…
Democratic leadership
sense of equality among the leader and other participants, wi…
Nurse Aide Chapter 22
Brain
Cataract
Concussion
Delirium
- part of the nervous system housed in the skull; responsible…
a condition in which the lens of the eye becomes cloudy, caus…
a head injury that occurs from a banging movement of the brai…
a sudden state of severe confusion due to a change in the bod…
Brain
- part of the nervous system housed in the skull; responsible…
Cataract
a condition in which the lens of the eye becomes cloudy, caus…
chapter 22 medical terms
apporximate
atraumatic
bandage
cautery
bring tissue surfaces as close as possible to their original…
without injurys; may pertain to treatments or instruments tha…
a soft material apply to a body part to hold a dressing in pl…
means,device,or agent that destroys or coagulates tissues
apporximate
bring tissue surfaces as close as possible to their original…
atraumatic
without injurys; may pertain to treatments or instruments tha…
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Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 22-Communication
Therapeutic communication
Written communication
Verbal communication
Nonverbal communication
facilitates interactions focused on the client and the client…
means to document and convey information to others
involved the spoken words.
communicating by gestures, facial expressions posture, space,…
Therapeutic communication
facilitates interactions focused on the client and the client…
Written communication
means to document and convey information to others
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Fundamentals of Nursing - chapter 22
Values
Advanced directive/living will
Ethics
Code of Ethics
personal beliefs about the worth of a given idea, attitude, c…
Represent written documents that direct tx in accordance with…
declaration of what is right and wrong and what ought to be
written list of a profession's values and standards of conduct
Values
personal beliefs about the worth of a given idea, attitude, c…
Advanced directive/living will
Represent written documents that direct tx in accordance with…
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medical term chapter 22
affect
amnesia
anorexia nervosa
anxiety disorders
external expression of emotion or emotional response
loss of memory
eating disorder with excessive dieting and refusal to maintai…
characterized by unpleasant tension, distress, and avoidance…
affect
external expression of emotion or emotional response
amnesia
loss of memory
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Medical Terminology Chapter 22
-algia
-emia
-mania
-opia
condition of having pain in
condition of the blood
madness, obsession
condition of the vision
-algia
condition of having pain in
-emia
condition of the blood
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Foundations of Nursing: Chapter 22
Ethics:
Autonomy
Respect for autonomy
Beneficence
The study of conduct and character. It is concerned with dete…
Refers to freedom from external control
Refers to the commitment to include patients in decisions abo…
Refers to taking positive actions to help others
Ethics:
The study of conduct and character. It is concerned with dete…
Autonomy
Refers to freedom from external control
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Medical Terminology - Chapter 22 Psychiatry
anxi/o
aut/o
hallucin/o
hypn/o
uneasy, anxious, distressed
self
hallucination, to wander in the mind
sleep
anxi/o
uneasy, anxious, distressed
aut/o
self
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Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 22
Define an infection
Define colonization
Study table on page 468
What are the physical measures designe…
Is a condition that results when microorganisms cause injury…
it is a condition in which microorganisms are present but the…
...
Infection control precaution
Define an infection
Is a condition that results when microorganisms cause injury…
Define colonization
it is a condition in which microorganisms are present but the…
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Medical Terminology - Chapter 22
Affect
Agoraphobia
Amnesia
Amphetamines
External expression of emotion; emotional response.
Fear of leaving home or leaving a safe place.
Loss of memory.
Central nervous system stimulants.
Affect
External expression of emotion; emotional response.
Agoraphobia
Fear of leaving home or leaving a safe place.
Chapter 22 - Infection Control and Medical Asepsis
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AI…
Airborne Transmission
Antibodies
Asepsis
Disorder of the immune system caused by a human immunodeficie…
Spread of disease-causing microorganisms over long distances…
Specific chemical produced by B cells of the immune system in…
Protecting against the infection caused by pathogenic microor…
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AI…
Disorder of the immune system caused by a human immunodeficie…
Airborne Transmission
Spread of disease-causing microorganisms over long distances…
22 terms
Medical Terminology from Head to Toe Chapter 22
TARS-
TAL-
ASTRAGAL-
CALCANE-
ankle, edge of the eyelid, tarsus
ankle, heel, talus
astragalus, talus
heel, calcaneus
TARS-
ankle, edge of the eyelid, tarsus
TAL-
ankle, heel, talus
120 terms
Medical Terminology Chapter 22
affect
amnesia
anorexia nervosa
anxiety disorders
External expression of emotion, or emotional response.
Loss of memory
Eating disorder with excessive dieting and refusal to maintai…
Characterized by unpleasant tension, distress, and avoidance…
affect
External expression of emotion, or emotional response.
amnesia
Loss of memory
Medical Terminology - Chapter 22
Affect
Agoraphobia
Amnesia
Amphetamines
External expression of emotion; emotional response.
Fear of leaving home or leaving a safe place.
Loss of memory.
Central nervous system stimulants.
Affect
External expression of emotion; emotional response.
Agoraphobia
Fear of leaving home or leaving a safe place.
22 terms
Medical Terminology Chapter 22
anxi/o
aut/o
hallucin/o
hypn/o
uneasy, anxious, distressed
self
hallucination, to wander in the mind
sleep
anxi/o
uneasy, anxious, distressed
aut/o
self
Fundamentals of Nursing - Chapter 22 - Key Terms
Autoclaving
Boiling
Chemical disinfection
Circulating nurse
A method of sterilization that delivers steam under pressure,…
A method of sterilization in which instruments and supplies a…
A method of sterilization used to kill pathogens on equipment…
A registered nurse who assists in the operating room (OR) by…
Autoclaving
A method of sterilization that delivers steam under pressure,…
Boiling
A method of sterilization in which instruments and supplies a…
Chapter 22-23 nursing assistant
Oral hygiene and flossing
Every 2 hours
45
Side to side up and down
Prevents periodontal disease and cavities
Oral care given to unconscious patients
At what degree do you brush the teeth
What motion do you brush the teeth
Oral hygiene and flossing
Prevents periodontal disease and cavities
Every 2 hours
Oral care given to unconscious patients
21 terms
Mosbys Nursing Assistant Chapter 22
catheter
catheterization
dysuria
indwelling catheter
a tube used to drain or inject fluid through a body opening
the process of inserting a catheter
painful or difficult urination
catheter left in the bladder so urine drains contantly into a…
catheter
a tube used to drain or inject fluid through a body opening
catheterization
the process of inserting a catheter
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Nursing Study Guide for Chapter 22
If ___ or foot drop is present, the fo…
A brief loss of consciousness or faint…
Bending the body part is ___.
Moving a body part away from the midli…
Plantar flexion
Syncope
Flexion
Abduction
If ___ or foot drop is present, the fo…
Plantar flexion
A brief loss of consciousness or faint…
Syncope
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Fluids and Electrolytes-Chapter 22 Nursing
extracellular
intracellular
interstitial
intravascular
outside the cell
located or occurring within a cell or cells
fluid is between cells, or in the tissues
Fluid of plasma within the vessels of the body
extracellular
outside the cell
intracellular
located or occurring within a cell or cells
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Chapter 22 Nurse Leader, Manager, and Care Coordinator
Paradoxically, it is at the same time…
Explicit
implied
Explicit power is the power an institu…
Effective leaders in groups or systems do this by encouraging…
precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable; leavin…
implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature…
Implicit power exists when an individual controls or has the…
Paradoxically, it is at the same time…
Effective leaders in groups or systems do this by encouraging…
Explicit
precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable; leavin…
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