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Medical-Surgical Nursing - Chapter 27 - Key Terms
accelerated hypertension
central aortic systolic pressure (CASP)
diastolic blood pressure
essential hypertension
markedly elevated blood pressure accompanied by hemorrhages a…
blood pressure at the root of the aorta as blood is pumped fr…
arterial pressure during ventricular relaxation
sustained elevated blood pressure with no known cause
accelerated hypertension
markedly elevated blood pressure accompanied by hemorrhages a…
central aortic systolic pressure (CASP)
blood pressure at the root of the aorta as blood is pumped fr…
24 terms
Medical Assisting Chapter 27
anaphylaxis
antibodies
antibody-mediated response
antigens
a severe allergic reaction with symptoms that include respira…
highly specific proteins that attach themselves to foreign su…
the part of our body's immune response that occurs when B cel…
foreign substances that stimulate white blood cells to create…
anaphylaxis
a severe allergic reaction with symptoms that include respira…
antibodies
highly specific proteins that attach themselves to foreign su…
20 terms
chapter 27 study guide psych nursing
aggression
seclusion
anger
De-escalation techniques
is an action or behavior that results in a verbal or physical…
refers to the involuntary confinement of a patient alone in a…
emotional response to the perception of frustration of desire…
intentional techniques used for reduction of the intensity of…
aggression
is an action or behavior that results in a verbal or physical…
seclusion
refers to the involuntary confinement of a patient alone in a…
Medical assisting chapter 27
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton
Supports the body, protects vital orga…
Divisions of the spinal column
Made up of the spinal cord, skull, and rib cage
Made up of the arms, legs, hands, feet, shoulders, and pelvis
Six functions of the skeletal system
Axial Skeleton
Made up of the spinal cord, skull, and rib cage
Appendicular Skeleton
Made up of the arms, legs, hands, feet, shoulders, and pelvis
6 terms
Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 27
Basic Human Needs
Factors influencing safety
"Never Events"
Risks in Health Care Agencies
Oxygen, Nutrition, Temperature
developmental stage, individual risk factors, risks in the he…
events that should never occur
chemical use, medical errors, falls
Basic Human Needs
Oxygen, Nutrition, Temperature
Factors influencing safety
developmental stage, individual risk factors, risks in the he…
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 27
Event or demand made on the individual…
Individuals perception regarding how s…
Describes the body's short-term and lo…
Cognitive and behavioral efforts to ma…
Define stress:
What is cognitive appraisal?
What is general adaptive syndrome?
What is coping?
Event or demand made on the individual…
Define stress:
Individuals perception regarding how s…
What is cognitive appraisal?
14 terms
fundamentals of nursing: chapter 27
Basic needs
physical hazards
Food and Drug Administration FDA
poison
oxygen, nutrition, termperature,
motor vehicle accidents, poison, falls, fire, disasters
the FDA is a federal agency responsible for the enforcement o…
any substance that impairs health or destroys life when inges…
Basic needs
oxygen, nutrition, termperature,
physical hazards
motor vehicle accidents, poison, falls, fire, disasters
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 27
What are the "Basic needs"? (Select al…
Which of these is not an example of a…
What does Safety in health care settin…
QSEN, developed to meet the challenge…
B, C, E
B, G
B
D
What are the "Basic needs"? (Select al…
B, C, E
Which of these is not an example of a…
B, G
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 27
B, C, E
B, G
B
D
What are the "Basic needs"? (Select all that apply)... A) Water…
Which of these is not an example of a physical hazard? (Selec…
What does Safety in health care settings not provide?... A) Red…
QSEN, developed to meet the challenge of preparing future nur…
B, C, E
What are the "Basic needs"? (Select all that apply)... A) Water…
B, G
Which of these is not an example of a physical hazard? (Selec…
31 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing- Chapter 27.
Basic needs
Physical hazards
Safety in health care settings
A safe environment
Oxygen, Nutrition, and Temperature
Motor Vehicle Accidents, Poison, Falls, Fire, and Disasters
Reduces the incidence of illness and injury... Prevents extended…
Includes meeting clients' needs... Reduces transmissions of path…
Basic needs
Oxygen, Nutrition, and Temperature
Physical hazards
Motor Vehicle Accidents, Poison, Falls, Fire, and Disasters
12 terms
nursing 100 chapter 27
forensic nursing
International Association of Forensic…
sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE)
legal nurse consultant
forms an alliance between nursing, law enforcement, and scien…
founded in 1992 by 74 nurses who were primarily sexual assaul…
A registered nurse specially trained to provide care to sexua…
licensed RN who critically evaluates and analyzes health-care…
forensic nursing
forms an alliance between nursing, law enforcement, and scien…
International Association of Forensic…
founded in 1992 by 74 nurses who were primarily sexual assaul…
A&P CHAPTER 27 NURSING ASSISTANT
Anatomy
Physiology
Levels of Organization
Cells
study of: what body parts look like... how big they are... where…
study of how the body parts work
cells, tissues, organs, organ systems
basic unit of life
Anatomy
study of: what body parts look like... how big they are... where…
Physiology
study of how the body parts work
33 terms
Professional Nursing: Chapter 27
allopathy
holism
integrative care
why is CAT used?
traditional medical care (biomedicine)
connection and interactions between parts of the whole
combination of allopathic and complementary and alternative m…
chronic illnesses, stress management and reduction, promote h…
allopathy
traditional medical care (biomedicine)
holism
connection and interactions between parts of the whole
Fundamentals of Nursing, Chapter 27
Aura
Food and Drug Administrarion (FDA)
Immunization
Pathogen
Often a bright light, smell, or taste. Often occurs before a…
Federal agency responsible for enforcement of federal regulat…
Reduces, or prevents the transmission of disease from person…
Any microorganism capable of producing an illness.
Aura
Often a bright light, smell, or taste. Often occurs before a…
Food and Drug Administrarion (FDA)
Federal agency responsible for enforcement of federal regulat…
Chapter 27: Nursing Management: Burns
burn
chemical burns
contracture
cultured epithelial autograft
injury to the tissues of the body caused but heat, chemicals,…
result from tissue injury and destruction from acids, alkalis…
an abnormal, usually permanent condition of a joint, characte…
skin grafts grown from biopsy specimens obtained from the pat…
burn
injury to the tissues of the body caused but heat, chemicals,…
chemical burns
result from tissue injury and destruction from acids, alkalis…
18 terms
Nursing Chapter 27
teaching
-clients and their families... -community…
learning
compliance
-a system of activities intended to produce learning... -communi…
Who do you teach?
a change in human disposition or capability that persists and…
the individual's desire to learn and to act on the learning
teaching
-a system of activities intended to produce learning... -communi…
-clients and their families... -community…
Who do you teach?
21 terms
Nursing Fundamental 2 Chapter 27
The goals of diet therapy are
Patients in health care facilities hav…
Monitor the patient's food and fluid i…
Postoperative patients progress from
to treat and manage disease,... prevent complications, and rest…
disease processes; surgical procedures; physical health; and…
Document weight gain or loss, percentage of meals eaten, and…
clear liquid diet to full and then Soft diet and lastly Regul…
The goals of diet therapy are
to treat and manage disease,... prevent complications, and rest…
Patients in health care facilities hav…
disease processes; surgical procedures; physical health; and…
31 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing- Chapter 27
Basic needs
Physical hazards
Safety in health care settings
A safe environment
Oxygen, Nutrition, and Temperature
Motor Vehicle Accidents, Poison, Falls, Fire, and Disasters
Reduces the incidence of illness and injury... Prevents extended…
Includes meeting clients' needs... Reduces transmissions of path…
Basic needs
Oxygen, Nutrition, and Temperature
Physical hazards
Motor Vehicle Accidents, Poison, Falls, Fire, and Disasters
37 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 27 Terms
Standard nutrition reference
Food guides
Dietary reference intakes (DRIs)
MyPlate
A reference for nutritional intake thought to meet the nutrit…
Practical tools that you can use to educate patients and fami…
Standards to promote the consumption of healthful nutrient le…
A colorful, four-part food guide for use as a dietary-teachin…
Standard nutrition reference
A reference for nutritional intake thought to meet the nutrit…
Food guides
Practical tools that you can use to educate patients and fami…
20 terms
Nursing 122 - Chapter 27
Orientation
Resume
Portfolio
What should be paragraph 1 in a cover…
activities that enhance adaptation to a new environment
summary of a job applicant's precious work experience and edu…
collection of evidence demonstrating acquisition of skills, k…
position being sought out... expected grad date... state licensing…
Orientation
activities that enhance adaptation to a new environment
Resume
summary of a job applicant's precious work experience and edu…
Foundations of Nursing Chapter 27 (2016)
nutrition
metabolism
standards
food guides
the study of food; how it affects the human body and influenc…
chemical reactions in living organisms that are necessary to…
reference for nutrient intake thought to meet the nutritional…
more practical tools that you can use to educate patients and…
nutrition
the study of food; how it affects the human body and influenc…
metabolism
chemical reactions in living organisms that are necessary to…
27 terms
Medical Terminology Chapter 27
Achilles tendon
atlas
caput Medusae
Hymen
a powerful tendon that attaches the lower muscles of the legs…
the first or uppermost cervical vertebra, which articulates w…
dilated cutaneous veins around the umbilicus; resemblance bet…
a membranous fold that partially or wholly occludes the exter…
Achilles tendon
a powerful tendon that attaches the lower muscles of the legs…
atlas
the first or uppermost cervical vertebra, which articulates w…
31 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing- Chapter 27.
Basic needs
Physical hazards
Safety in health care settings
A safe environment
Oxygen, Nutrition, and Temperature
Motor Vehicle Accidents, Poison, Falls, Fire, and Disasters
Reduces the incidence of illness and injury... Prevents extended…
Includes meeting clients' needs... Reduces transmissions of path…
Basic needs
Oxygen, Nutrition, and Temperature
Physical hazards
Motor Vehicle Accidents, Poison, Falls, Fire, and Disasters
20 terms
Chapter 27 (Foundations of Nursing)
Teaching Process
Learning
Compliance
Andragogy
Collect Data... Make educational diagnoses... Develop teaching plan…
Change in human disposition or capability that persists and t…
The individual's desire to learn and to act on the learning
The art and science of teaching adults
Teaching Process
Collect Data... Make educational diagnoses... Develop teaching plan…
Learning
Change in human disposition or capability that persists and t…
foundations of nursing chapter 27
aura
food and drug administration (FDA)
immunizations
pathogen
a bright light, smell or taste
the FDA is a federal agency responsible for the enforcement o…
reduces, and in some cases prevents the transmission of disea…
any micro-organism capable of producing illness
aura
a bright light, smell or taste
food and drug administration (FDA)
the FDA is a federal agency responsible for the enforcement o…
14 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 27
How does oxygen become detrimental?
What can carbon monoxide do to your he…
What are the symptoms of Carbon Monoxi…
Who is most susceptible to food-borne…
Fire needs oxygen to start and to keep burning. When more oxy…
Affects a person's oxygenation by binding with hemoglobin, pr…
Low concentrations cause nausea, dizziness, headache, and fat…
Children, pregnant woman, older adults, and people with compr…
How does oxygen become detrimental?
Fire needs oxygen to start and to keep burning. When more oxy…
What can carbon monoxide do to your he…
Affects a person's oxygenation by binding with hemoglobin, pr…
20 terms
Nurse Assisting - Chapter 27 End-of-Life Care
algor mortis
anticipatory grief
autopsy
bereavement
cooling of the body after death and the decrease in elasticit…
a period of mourning when the dying person or his family is e…
an examination of a body by a pathologist to try to determine…
the period following a loss in which mourning occurs.
algor mortis
cooling of the body after death and the decrease in elasticit…
anticipatory grief
a period of mourning when the dying person or his family is e…
58 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 27
What are the "Basic needs"? (Select al…
Which of these is not an example of a…
What does Safety in health care settin…
QSEN, developed to meet the challenge…
B, C, E
B, G
B
D
What are the "Basic needs"? (Select al…
B, C, E
Which of these is not an example of a…
B, G
54 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 27 Nutrition
Nutrition
Dietary reference intakes (DRI)
AMDR (acceptable macronutrient distrib…
What are some reliable sources of nutr…
the study of food and how it affects the human body and influ…
promotes the consumption of healthful nutrient levels
the healthful levels of carbs and lipids for males and females
DRI's, AMDR's, Canada's Food Guide, USDA Dietary Guidelines,…
Nutrition
the study of food and how it affects the human body and influ…
Dietary reference intakes (DRI)
promotes the consumption of healthful nutrient levels
Taylor Fundamentals of Nursing chapter 27
aerobic bacteria
anaerobic bacteria
antibody
antigen
bacterial that require oxygen to live and grow.
bacteria that can live without oxygen.
immunoglobin produced by the body in response to a specific a…
foreign material capable of inducing a specific immune respon…
aerobic bacteria
bacterial that require oxygen to live and grow.
anaerobic bacteria
bacteria that can live without oxygen.
additional medications for chapter 27.
Anticholinergic nasal spray
ipratropium bromide (atrovent) mechani…
ipratropium bromide (atrovent) side ef…
ipratropium bromide (atrovent) nursing…
ipratropium bromide (atrovent)
blocks nasal cholinergic receptors reducing basal secretions…
nasal dryness and irritations may occur. does not cause syste…
need to prime pump with seven actuations before initial use.…
Anticholinergic nasal spray
ipratropium bromide (atrovent)
ipratropium bromide (atrovent) mechani…
blocks nasal cholinergic receptors reducing basal secretions…
Chapter 27 Medical Terminology
acyanotic
cyanotic
fontanelle
lavage
pertaining to an absence of cyanosis
characterized by cyanosis, which indicates reduced blood oxyg…
soft spot on the head of a newborn.
washing out of a cavity
acyanotic
pertaining to an absence of cyanosis
cyanotic
characterized by cyanosis, which indicates reduced blood oxyg…
Medical terminology chapter 27
Erythrocytes
Leukocytes
Granulocytes
Agranulocytes
Red blood cells
White blood cells
A circulating white blood cell having prominent granules in t…
white blood cells with a one-lobed nucleus. they are characte…
Erythrocytes
Red blood cells
Leukocytes
White blood cells
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Nurse Assisting - Chapter 27 End-of-Life Care
anticipatory grief
autopsy
bereavement
complicated grief
a period of mourning when the dying person or his family is e…
an examination of a body by a pathologist to try to determine…
the period following a loss in which mourning occurs.
intense, long-lasting grief that does not seem to improve eve…
anticipatory grief
a period of mourning when the dying person or his family is e…
autopsy
an examination of a body by a pathologist to try to determine…
Taylor Fundamentals of Nursing chapter 27
aerobic bacteria
anaerobic bacteria
antibody
antigen
bacterial that require oxygen to live and grow.
bacteria that can live without oxygen.
immunoglobin produced by the body in response to a specific a…
foreign material capable of inducing a specific immune respon…
aerobic bacteria
bacterial that require oxygen to live and grow.
anaerobic bacteria
bacteria that can live without oxygen.
27 terms
Nursing chapter 27
Abduction
Adduction
Ambulation
Atrophy
Moving a body part away from the mid-line of the body
Moving a body part toward the mid-line of the body
The act of walking
The decrease in size or the wasting away tissue
Abduction
Moving a body part away from the mid-line of the body
Adduction
Moving a body part toward the mid-line of the body
38 terms
medical term chapter 27
absorption
adverse effect
analgesic
body
The process by which nutrient molecules pass through the wall…
an unintended side effect of a medication that is negative in…
medicine to combat pain
Name this area of the mandible.
absorption
The process by which nutrient molecules pass through the wall…
adverse effect
an unintended side effect of a medication that is negative in…
16 terms
NCCTC Nursing Assistant: Chapter 27 End-of-Life Care
anticipatory grief
autopsy
bereavement
complicated grief
a period of mourning when the dying person or his family is e…
an examination of a body by a pathologist to try to determine…
the period following a loss in which mourning occurs.
grief complicated by disorders or conditions, such as depress…
anticipatory grief
a period of mourning when the dying person or his family is e…
autopsy
an examination of a body by a pathologist to try to determine…
31 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 27
Identify the Joint Commission 2015 Nat…
Identify Maslow's hierarchy of basic n…
List the physical hazards in the envir…
Pathogen
a. Identify patients correctly... b. Improve staff communicatio…
a. Oxygen ... b. Nutrition ... c. Optimum temperature
a. MVAs (leading cause)... b. Poison ... c. Falls... d. Fire ... e. D…
Any microorganism capable of producing an illness with the mo…
Identify the Joint Commission 2015 Nat…
a. Identify patients correctly... b. Improve staff communicatio…
Identify Maslow's hierarchy of basic n…
a. Oxygen ... b. Nutrition ... c. Optimum temperature
57 terms
Nursing : Maternal Chapter 27
postpartum depression
dysfunctional birth
dystocia
signs that indicate need for an operat…
-a disabling affective disorder that affects the entire famil…
-does not result in normal progress of cervical effacement, d…
-general term that describes any difficult labor or birth
-persistent nonreassuring FHR pattern... -fetal acidosis... -meconi…
postpartum depression
-a disabling affective disorder that affects the entire famil…
dysfunctional birth
-does not result in normal progress of cervical effacement, d…
34 terms
Chapter 27: Geneticc: Nursing care of child with Alteration in Genetics.
Phenotype
Homozygous
heterozygous
Karyotype
outward characteristics of the individual
Allels having the same characteristics
if the two alleles differ , the dominant one will usually be…
Phenotype
outward characteristics of the individual
Homozygous
Allels having the same characteristics
84 terms
Medical Surgical Chapter 27
Hyperopia (Farsightedness):
Hyperopia (Farsightedness):
Myopia (Nearsightedness):
Myopia (Nearsightedness):
The distance between the lens and retina is too short, light…
Lens is too close to the retina; light rays converge at a poi…
The lens is too far away from the retina; light rays converge…
Light rays converge and focus in front of the eyeball, this c…
Hyperopia (Farsightedness):
The distance between the lens and retina is too short, light…
Hyperopia (Farsightedness):
Lens is too close to the retina; light rays converge at a poi…
6 terms
Nursing 348: Chapter 27 Vocabulary Terms
Anger
Aggression
Violence
Trauma Informed Care
an emotional response to frustration of desires, threat to on…
action or behavior hat results in a verbal or physical attack
objectionable act that involved intentional use of force that…
based on the notion that disruptive patients often have histo…
Anger
an emotional response to frustration of desires, threat to on…
Aggression
action or behavior hat results in a verbal or physical attack
58 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 27
B, C, E
B, G
B
D
What are the "Basic needs"? (Select all that apply)... A) Water…
Which of these is not an example of a physical hazard? (Selec…
What does Safety in health care settings not provide?... A) Red…
QSEN, developed to meet the challenge of preparing future nur…
B, C, E
What are the "Basic needs"? (Select all that apply)... A) Water…
B, G
Which of these is not an example of a physical hazard? (Selec…
22 terms
Chapter 27: Nursing Management- Upper Respiratory Problems
The nurse notices clear nasal drainage…
A patient is being discharged from the…
When caring for a patient who is 3 hou…
When initially teaching a patient the…
a) Test the drainage for the presence of glucose.... Clear nasa…
b & d... First aid measures to control epistaxis include placin…
b) Airway patency... Remember the ABCs with prioritization. Air…
a) Cola... When learning the supraglottic swallow, it may be he…
The nurse notices clear nasal drainage…
a) Test the drainage for the presence of glucose.... Clear nasa…
A patient is being discharged from the…
b & d... First aid measures to control epistaxis include placin…
28 terms
PN 130 Nursing Concepts Chapter 27
abduction
active range of motion exercises
activity tolerance
adduction
movement of a limb away from the body
completion of exercises to the joint by the patient while doi…
kind or amount of exercise or work a person is able to perform
movement of a limb toward the body
abduction
movement of a limb away from the body
active range of motion exercises
completion of exercises to the joint by the patient while doi…
58 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 27
What are the goals of diet therapy?
What is the medical term for "difficul…
What is the meaning of NPO?
Preoperative patients are usually NPO…
- treat & manage disease... - prevent complications... - restore or…
dysphagia
No food or fluids by mouth
6 to 8
What are the goals of diet therapy?
- treat & manage disease... - prevent complications... - restore or…
What is the medical term for "difficul…
dysphagia
25 terms
Chapter 27- Current Nursing Practice
Percentage of women in nursing
Percentage of men in nursing
Age in nursing
Average age of RNs
90.1% of RNs and 91.5% of LPNs and 91.8% of NP
Has increased in the last 15 years 9.9% of RNs, 8.5% of LPNs
RN population is getting older but new younger workers are en…
43.8, 43% of RNs are under 40, 25% are between 41 and 50, 23%…
Percentage of women in nursing
90.1% of RNs and 91.5% of LPNs and 91.8% of NP
Percentage of men in nursing
Has increased in the last 15 years 9.9% of RNs, 8.5% of LPNs
10 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 27
Which learning activity reflects Bloom…
Which is the best method of helping a…
A nurse is scheduling a teaching situa…
How can the nurse best assess a client…
2. Accepting the loss of a limb... Rationale: Options 1 and 3 a…
3. Ask the client to make a list of her favorite foods and ho…
2. A 3 year old whose parents are reading a story book about…
1. Ask the client how he or she learns best. ... Rationale: Ind…
Which learning activity reflects Bloom…
2. Accepting the loss of a limb... Rationale: Options 1 and 3 a…
Which is the best method of helping a…
3. Ask the client to make a list of her favorite foods and ho…
17 terms
Nursing Assistant: Chapter 27 The Respiratory System
Pneumonia
Aspiration pneumonia
Sputum (phlegm)
Hemoptysis
inflammation of the lung tissue that may caused by infection…
occurs when foreign material (such as food, formula, saliva,…
mucus and other respiratory secretions that are coughed up fr…
the coughing up of blood or blood stained sputum
Pneumonia
inflammation of the lung tissue that may caused by infection…
Aspiration pneumonia
occurs when foreign material (such as food, formula, saliva,…
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