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Anatomy NSCC
Comparative anatomy
Gross anatomy
Tissue specimens
Histology
Study of multiple species in order to examine similarities an…
Structure that can be observed with the naked eye
Finley sliced in stained
Examination of tissues for signs of disease
Comparative anatomy
Study of multiple species in order to examine similarities an…
Gross anatomy
Structure that can be observed with the naked eye
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Unit 8 FON for NSCC
Medicare
4 Parts of Medicare
Medicaid
% Insured Over Age 65
CARE for older > 65 adult... Disabled... Persons w/ end-stage renal…
Part A: hospital insurance, hospice, inpatient... Part B: medica…
AID for low income individuals & families... State funded
98%
Medicare
CARE for older > 65 adult... Disabled... Persons w/ end-stage renal…
4 Parts of Medicare
Part A: hospital insurance, hospice, inpatient... Part B: medica…
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Unit 7 FON For NSCC
Ventilation
Respiration
Hypoxia
Hypoxemia
The movement of air into and out of the lungs through the act…
The exchange of the gases oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lu…
An oxygen deficiency in the body tissue or organs.... S/S: rapid…
Low arterial blood oxygen levels.... Etiology: poor oxygen diffu…
Ventilation
The movement of air into and out of the lungs through the act…
Respiration
The exchange of the gases oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lu…
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Unit 9 FON For NSCC
Factors That Affect Nutrition
Technological Innovations
Basic Nutritional Needs
Nutritional Rqmnts Across Lifespan
- developmental: age infancy > calories, older adult < fewer…
- refined foods vs. unrefined... - supermarket vs. farms... - worki…
Carbohydrates: 45%-65% calories (225 - 358 g/day)... Protein: 46…
Infants: 400-650 cal/day... Preschooler: 2400 cal/day... Adolescent…
Factors That Affect Nutrition
- developmental: age infancy > calories, older adult < fewer…
Technological Innovations
- refined foods vs. unrefined... - supermarket vs. farms... - worki…
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NSCC Pharmacology Chpt 8
What types of drugs are least likely t…
Drug Absorption changes during Pregnancy
Drug Distribution changes during Pregn…
Drug Metabolism changes during Pregnancy
water soluble... ionized... bound to plasma proteins
1. Abdominal organs-pressure of expanding uterus decreases bl…
Increased Blood Volume dilutes drug in blood -= decreased dis…
increase for notable drugs: anticonvulsants --may require hig…
What types of drugs are least likely t…
water soluble... ionized... bound to plasma proteins
Drug Absorption changes during Pregnancy
1. Abdominal organs-pressure of expanding uterus decreases bl…
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NSCC Pharmacology Chapt 10
Major characteristics of CAM
The nursing instructor knew her studen…
3 categories of CAM healing methods
Herbs technical and current accepted m…
1. treat each person as an individual... 2. consider health care…
C
Alternate heal care systems ie: chiropractic, Native American…
technical-- a botanical without any woody tissue such as stem…
Major characteristics of CAM
1. treat each person as an individual... 2. consider health care…
The nursing instructor knew her studen…
C
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NSCC Pharmacology Chapt 9
Holistic Approach
Holistic risk factors affecting pharma…
Psychosocial
Spirituality
patient must be viewed as an integrated biologic, psychosocia…
1. age... 2. genetics... 3. biologic characteristics... 4. personal ha…
in healthcare, it describes one's psychological development i…
capacity to love... convey compassion/empathy... give and forgive... e…
Holistic Approach
patient must be viewed as an integrated biologic, psychosocia…
Holistic risk factors affecting pharma…
1. age... 2. genetics... 3. biologic characteristics... 4. personal ha…
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NSCC Pharmacology Chapter 7
Read the following and choose the corr…
What circumstances can you consider me…
Factors that Contribute to Med Errors…
Factors that contribute to Med Errors…
B. A medication error is an error whether or not the patient…
Misinterpreations... Miscalcuations... Misadministration... Handwritin…
omitting one of the 6 rights of drug admin... failing to perform…
polypharmacy........ taking drugs prescribed by more than 1 prac…
Read the following and choose the corr…
B. A medication error is an error whether or not the patient…
What circumstances can you consider me…
Misinterpreations... Miscalcuations... Misadministration... Handwritin…
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NSCC Pharmacology Chapter 5
Pharmacodynamics
Select all that apply:... Pharmacodynamic…
Frequency Distribution Curve
Median Effective Dose (ED50)
the study of how a medicine changes the body
A, B
graphical representation of # of patients responding to drugs…
represented at the middle of the frequency distribution curve…
Pharmacodynamics
the study of how a medicine changes the body
Select all that apply:... Pharmacodynamic…
A, B
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NSCC Pharmacology Chapter 6
What type of data has been collected b…
In relation to Pharmacotherapy, what i…
After drugs are administered, what is…
What type of effect can OTC's and herb…
C. ... objective "rash has developed....."... subjective "patient…
A complete list of all medications--prescription, OTC and her…
Patient Reaction to Meds... *watch for desired response... *watch f…
they can increase or cancel out the effect of the prescribed…
What type of data has been collected b…
C. ... objective "rash has developed....."... subjective "patient…
In relation to Pharmacotherapy, what i…
A complete list of all medications--prescription, OTC and her…
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BIO 160 final NSCC
-Define and distinguish between self-f…
-Define and distinguish between the fo…
testcross
Gregor Mendel
self-fertilization: when a plant pollinates its self... cross fe…
Dominant allele: allele that is represented in the phenotype…
"mating of an individual of unknown genotype but dominant phe…
Augustinian monk and botanist whose experiments in breeding g…
-Define and distinguish between self-f…
self-fertilization: when a plant pollinates its self... cross fe…
-Define and distinguish between the fo…
Dominant allele: allele that is represented in the phenotype…
NSCC 1110 Ch 8
Catabolism
anabolism
Metabolism + Catabolism + Anabolism
2 Types of energy
breakdown of complex organic molecules into simpler compounds…
the building of complex organic molecules from simpler ones... R…
Catabolic reactions release energy (exergonic)... Anabolic react…
Potential energy: capacity to work due to position... CHEMICAL E…
Catabolism
breakdown of complex organic molecules into simpler compounds…
anabolism
the building of complex organic molecules from simpler ones... R…
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PSYCH NSCC UNIT 2
behavior modification
biological preparedness
classical conditioning
conditioned response
the use of operant conditioning techniques to bring about des…
referring to the tendency of animals to learn certain associa…
learning to make an involuntary (reflex) response to a stimul…
learned reflex response to a learned stimulus.
behavior modification
the use of operant conditioning techniques to bring about des…
biological preparedness
referring to the tendency of animals to learn certain associa…
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Nscc Bio Chapter 10
Gregor Mendel
Dominant allele
Recessive allele
True-Breeding
-Pea plant for studying heredity. ... -Easy,quickly develop,prod…
Exerts its effects whenever it is present
One whose effect is masked if a dominant allele is also prese…
Self-fertilization always produces offspring identical to the…
Gregor Mendel
-Pea plant for studying heredity. ... -Easy,quickly develop,prod…
Dominant allele
Exerts its effects whenever it is present
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PSYCH NSCC UNIT 1
behaviorism
biopsychological perspective
case study
cognitive neuroscience
the science of behavior that focuses on observable behavior o…
perspective that attributes human and animal behavior to biol…
study of one individual in great detail.
study of the physical changes in the brain and nervous system…
behaviorism
the science of behavior that focuses on observable behavior o…
biopsychological perspective
perspective that attributes human and animal behavior to biol…
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Polyatomic Ions Yoshi NSCC
Carbonate
Bicarbonate
Acetate
Cyanide
CO3 2-
HCO3 -
CH3CO2 -
CN -
Carbonate
CO3 2-
Bicarbonate
HCO3 -
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NSCC Pharmacology Chapter 5
Pharmacodynamics
Select all that apply:... Pharmacodynamic…
Frequency Distribution Curve
Median Effective Dose (ED50)
the study of how a medicine changes the body
A, B
graphical representation of # of patients responding to drugs…
represented at the middle of the frequency distribution curve…
Pharmacodynamics
the study of how a medicine changes the body
Select all that apply:... Pharmacodynamic…
A, B
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General Chemistry Chapter 2 NSCC
Atomic Theory
Daltons Postulates
Law of Constant Composition or Law of…
Law of Conservation of Mass
The theory that atoms are the fundamental building blocks of…
Each element is composed of extremely small particles called…
States that the elemental composition of a pure substance nev…
The total mass of substances present at the end of a chemical…
Atomic Theory
The theory that atoms are the fundamental building blocks of…
Daltons Postulates
Each element is composed of extremely small particles called…
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STDs OB NSCC
STDs highest amoung
5 Ps of sexual history
Chlamydia trachomatis
Chlamydia s/s
Adolescents ages 15-24
Partners, pregnancy prevention, protection, practices (sexual…
Incubation 3days-12weeks... Transmission: sexual, perinatal, ora…
Usually asymptomatic... Females- mucopurulent cervical discharge…
STDs highest amoung
Adolescents ages 15-24
5 Ps of sexual history
Partners, pregnancy prevention, protection, practices (sexual…
NSCC Bio 1110 ch 14
For any gene with a dominant allele A…
Two organisms, with genotypes BbDD and…
Incomplete dominance and epistasis are…
If a man with typ AB blood marries a w…
1/2 homozygous dominant... 0 homozygous recessive... 1/2 heterozygous
1/4 BBDD, ... 1/4 BbDD... 1/4BbDd... 1/4 BBDd
Incomplete dominance describes the relationship between two a…
Half of the children would be expected to have typ A blood an…
For any gene with a dominant allele A…
1/2 homozygous dominant... 0 homozygous recessive... 1/2 heterozygous
Two organisms, with genotypes BbDD and…
1/4 BBDD, ... 1/4 BbDD... 1/4BbDd... 1/4 BBDd
NSCC Bio 1010 CH 10
Alleles
Gene
Chromosomes
Diploid cell
one or two or more alternative forms of a gene
A portion of DNA whose sequence of nucleotides encodes a prot…
long strands of DNA associated with proteins
contains two sets of chromosomes, with one set inherited from…
Alleles
one or two or more alternative forms of a gene
Gene
A portion of DNA whose sequence of nucleotides encodes a prot…
NSCC Bio 1010 Ch 5
autotroph
heterotroph
photosynthesis
photosynthesis builds carbohydrates ou…
An organism that can produce its own food
An organism that gets its food from other living organisms.
process by which plants, algae, and some microorganism harnes…
This is an oxidation-reduction process
autotroph
An organism that can produce its own food
heterotroph
An organism that gets its food from other living organisms.
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Nscc Bio 1010 Chapter 8
Asexual Reproduction
Sexual Reproduction
Gametes
Fertilization
Replicate Genetic Material and split the contents of one cell…
comes from two parents. They are genetically different from e…
The male parent provides sperm cells, and a female produces e…
The union of the sperm and the egg cell, producing a zygote.
Asexual Reproduction
Replicate Genetic Material and split the contents of one cell…
Sexual Reproduction
comes from two parents. They are genetically different from e…
NSCC bio 1010 Ch 4
Energy
Potential Energy
Kinetic Energy
Calorie
ability to do work
Stored energy available to do work
Energy being used to do work
The amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1g…
Energy
ability to do work
Potential Energy
Stored energy available to do work
NSCC Bio 1010 Ch 7
How did Griffith's research, coupled w…
How did the Hershey-Chase "blender exp…
RNA
DNA
Griffith used mice and injected them with a live strep virus…
Using radioactive isotopes they tried the experiment infectin…
Ribonucleic Acid. A nucleic acid that contains ribose sugar,…
Dioxyribose Acid. A nucleic acid that contains DIOXYRIBOSE su…
How did Griffith's research, coupled w…
Griffith used mice and injected them with a live strep virus…
How did the Hershey-Chase "blender exp…
Using radioactive isotopes they tried the experiment infectin…
NSCC Bio 1010 Ch 9
asexual reproduction
Sexual reproduction
conjugation
How do asexually and sexual reproducti…
organism simply copies its DNA and splits the contents of one…
Requires two parents, the male parent contributes sperm cells…
one bacterial cell uses an outgrowth called a sex pilus to tr…
One has two parents, the other is only one organism and the o…
asexual reproduction
organism simply copies its DNA and splits the contents of one…
Sexual reproduction
Requires two parents, the male parent contributes sperm cells…
NSCC Reproductive System
The reproductive system is essential t…
What do the male tests secrete and pro…
Name three glands that secrete fluids…
What is the scrotum
FALSE. it is the only system that is not essential to life
Secrete androgens and produce sperm
Seminal glands... Prostate gland... Bulbo-urethral glands
Fleshy pouch that holds the testes
The reproductive system is essential t…
FALSE. it is the only system that is not essential to life
What do the male tests secrete and pro…
Secrete androgens and produce sperm
NSCC Bio 1110 Ch 1
7 Properties of life
Order
Biological Hierarchy
Biosphere
Order... Regulation... Energy Processing... Growth and Development... Rep…
All organisms have a highly ordered structure
Biosphere... Ecosystems... Communities... Populations... Organisms... Organs…
Earth
7 Properties of life
Order... Regulation... Energy Processing... Growth and Development... Rep…
Order
All organisms have a highly ordered structure
NSCC BIO 1010 Ch 8
asexually
sexual reproduction
gametes
meiosis
An organism replicating its genetic material and splitting th…
production of offspring whose genetic makeup comes from tow p…
sex cells. The egg and sperm cells
Cell division that only is with the gametes (egg and sperm)
asexually
An organism replicating its genetic material and splitting th…
sexual reproduction
production of offspring whose genetic makeup comes from tow p…
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Pharmacology Test #1 NSCC-nursing
Name the 3 drug sources
Example Drugs from Natural Source
Example Drug from Chemical Source
Example Drug from Biotechnology Source
- Natural Source... Plants, Animals, and Minerals... - Chemical Sy…
Morphine
Demerol
Humilin
Name the 3 drug sources
- Natural Source... Plants, Animals, and Minerals... - Chemical Sy…
Example Drugs from Natural Source
Morphine
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NSCC Bio 102 Exam 1 Review
adaptive radiation
Plantae and Animalia
Niche
Character Displacement
species adapting to different habitats within a region
Two kingdoms in first classification system
Organism's role in a habitat
Similar species evolve different traits in order to occupy di…
adaptive radiation
species adapting to different habitats within a region
Plantae and Animalia
Two kingdoms in first classification system
NSCC Bio 1010 Ch 6
Aerobic Respiration
glycolysis
Krebs cycle
Electron Transport Chain (ETC)
glucose+oxygen ---carbon dixocide+water+ATP... c6h12o6+6o2----6c…
(breaking sugar) a six-carbon glucose molecule splits into th…
Oxidize the pyruvate and release co2.
transfers energy rich electrons from NADH and FADH2 through a…
Aerobic Respiration
glucose+oxygen ---carbon dixocide+water+ATP... c6h12o6+6o2----6c…
glycolysis
(breaking sugar) a six-carbon glucose molecule splits into th…
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NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapt 5 LEGAL
2 sources of LAW that apply to nursing
Nurse Practice Acts
7 Federal Statutory Issues in nursing…
2 types of criminal law
1. Common Law--based on judicial decision or precedent exampl…
statutory--can revoke/suspend your license!
1. HIPPA... 2. Americans w/ Disabilities Act--includes for HIV/A…
1. Misdemeanor... 2. Felony--taking patient's drugs for yourself
2 sources of LAW that apply to nursing
1. Common Law--based on judicial decision or precedent exampl…
Nurse Practice Acts
statutory--can revoke/suspend your license!
NSCC Bio 1110 Ch 2
Matter
Element
compound
essential elements
Anything that has mass and takes up space
A pure substance that cannot be broken down into other substa…
A substance consisting of two or more elements in a fixed rat…
elements that an organism needs to live a healthy life and re…
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Element
A pure substance that cannot be broken down into other substa…
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nscc kines2 exam1
gait cycle (stride)*
stride length*
step*
step length*
activity that occurs b/twn time heel of one extremity touches…
distance travelled during one gait cycle
1/2 stride (2 steps = 1 stride)
distance between heel strike on foot and heels trike of other…
gait cycle (stride)*
activity that occurs b/twn time heel of one extremity touches…
stride length*
distance travelled during one gait cycle
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NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapt 33 Nutrition
Nutrient
What are the essential nutrients?
Which essential nutrients provide ener…
How much energy per gram do carbs prov…
a chemical substance that provides nourishment and affects me…
carbs, proteins, lipids, vitamins, minerals, water
B, C, E
4 kilocalories/gram
Nutrient
a chemical substance that provides nourishment and affects me…
What are the essential nutrients?
carbs, proteins, lipids, vitamins, minerals, water
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NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapt 36 Immobility
body alignment
Pathological Influences on Mobility (4)
Safe Patient Handling-Nursing Knowledg…
Changes to Respiratory System w/ Immob…
an individuals center of gravity is stable
1. Postural Abnormalities-can be acquired or congenital... 2. M…
1. Ergonomics assessment protocol... 2. Patient assessment crite…
1. decreased lung expansion... 2. generalized weakness... 3. stasis…
body alignment
an individuals center of gravity is stable
Pathological Influences on Mobility (4)
1. Postural Abnormalities-can be acquired or congenital... 2. M…
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NSCC Fundamentals Unit 9 Lab and nutritional values
blood sugar
Albumin
pre-albumin
BUN
70-110 mg/dL
3.5-5 g/dL
12-50 mg/dL
8-20 mg/dL
blood sugar
70-110 mg/dL
Albumin
3.5-5 g/dL
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NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapt 2 Health & Wellness
Health Belief Model
Health Promotion Model
Basic Human Needs Model
Holistic Health Model
addresses the relationship between a person's beliefs and beh…
directed at increasing a patient's level of well being
MASLOW! Meet patient's basic needs first
attempts to create conditions that promote optimal health--pa…
Health Belief Model
addresses the relationship between a person's beliefs and beh…
Health Promotion Model
directed at increasing a patient's level of well being
32 terms
NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 29 Hygiene
Skin--Functions (6)
Skin-Nursing Assessment (9)
Skin--Common Problems (5)
Skin-Protection-Nursing Intervention
Protection (first line of defense), Secretion (sebum), Excret…
1. Nursing History... 2. Color... 3. Moisture... 4. Temp... 5. Texture... 6.…
1. Dry Skin... 2. Acne... 3. Rashes... 4. Contact Dermatitis... 5. Abrasion
Avoid weakening of epidermis by proper patient turning techni…
Skin--Functions (6)
Protection (first line of defense), Secretion (sebum), Excret…
Skin-Nursing Assessment (9)
1. Nursing History... 2. Color... 3. Moisture... 4. Temp... 5. Texture... 6.…
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NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapt 28 Safety
TJC 2014 National Patient Safety Goals…
TJC 2014 National Patient Safety Goals…
NQF-what is it/3 initiatives
Never Events
1. ID patients correctly... 2. improve staff communication... 3. us…
1. ID patients correctly... 2. use meds safely... 3. prevent infect…
National Quality Forum... 1. National Voluntary Consensus Standa…
Events that should "never happen" in a hospital setting ie: a…
TJC 2014 National Patient Safety Goals…
1. ID patients correctly... 2. improve staff communication... 3. us…
TJC 2014 National Patient Safety Goals…
1. ID patients correctly... 2. use meds safely... 3. prevent infect…
64 terms
NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapt 15 Vital Signs
What are the cardinal vital signs?... Wha…
Why do we take vital signs/what are th…
Guidelines for Taking Vitals
Formula for Body Temperature
Cardinal-Temp, Pulse, Respiration, BP... Pulse Ox or O2 sats--no…
1. Monitor Patient's condition (ie fever spikes...possible in…
1. Delegate appropriately--can have NAP take vitals but nurse…
Heat produced-heat lost
What are the cardinal vital signs?... Wha…
Cardinal-Temp, Pulse, Respiration, BP... Pulse Ox or O2 sats--no…
Why do we take vital signs/what are th…
1. Monitor Patient's condition (ie fever spikes...possible in…
76 terms
NSCC Nursing 2 Unit 2
Family System Theory
Family Stress Theory
Nuclear Family
Extended Family
This theory emphasizes interaction among members of the famil…
This theory states that stress is inevitable and any event po…
This type of family is traditionally a married couple and the…
This type of family consists of kids, one parent, another adu…
Family System Theory
This theory emphasizes interaction among members of the famil…
Family Stress Theory
This theory states that stress is inevitable and any event po…
75 terms
Microbiology ST Test #2 NSCC
Aseptic
Sterile
Sterilization
Microbicidal Agents
Free on infection (not necessarily sterile)
Complete absence of living things
-The destruction of all living organisms... -Especially importan…
Means (chemical/physical conditions) by which microorganisms…
Aseptic
Free on infection (not necessarily sterile)
Sterile
Complete absence of living things
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NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 1 Nursing Profession
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Dorothea Dix
Mother Bickerdyke
1st practicing epidemiologist... 1st statistician... focused on env…
founder of the Red Cross
organized hospital nursing/superintendent of female nurses in…
ambulance services
Florence Nightingale
1st practicing epidemiologist... 1st statistician... focused on env…
Clara Barton
founder of the Red Cross
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NSCC Nursing 2 Unit 3
Estimated Date of Conception
Amnion and Chorion
Naegele's rule is a standard way of ca…
These are changes felt by the woman:... A…
What does EDC stand for?
What are the two layers of the fetal membrane?
Nagel's Rule
Presumptive Changes
Estimated Date of Conception
What does EDC stand for?
Amnion and Chorion
What are the two layers of the fetal membrane?
28 terms
NSCC Nursing Fundamentals Chapt 9 Nursing Process
5 Step Nursing Process
2 Steps of Assessment
Patient Centered Interview
Structured Database Format of Data Col…
1. Assess... 2. Diagnose... 3. Plan... 4. Implement... 5. Evaluate
1. Data Collection from primary (patient) and 2ndary (family/…
an organized conversation w/ the patient... set the stage (envir…
ie: Gordon's Model of 11 Functional Health Patterns--provides…
5 Step Nursing Process
1. Assess... 2. Diagnose... 3. Plan... 4. Implement... 5. Evaluate
2 Steps of Assessment
1. Data Collection from primary (patient) and 2ndary (family/…
32 terms
Plumbers Tools
Tape Measure
Hack Saw
Multi-Tip screwdriver
Regular Screwdrivers
Tape Measure
Hack Saw
69 terms
LAST TEST NSCC URINARY SYSTEM
3 major functions of urinary system
what produces urine
urinary system includes
urination can also be called?
excretion... elimination... homeostatic regulation
kidneys
kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra
micturition
3 major functions of urinary system
excretion... elimination... homeostatic regulation
what produces urine
kidneys
NSCC Bio 1010 Ch 3
Why are cells, not atoms, the basic un…
How have microscopes advanced the stud…
What are the original components of th…
Rank the three main types of microscop…
Because cells can function independently
They can now be identified and studied. Before they were to s…
Original cell theory: All organisms are made of one or more c…
Lowest: Light microscopes (1600x)... Med: Scanning Electron micr…
Why are cells, not atoms, the basic un…
Because cells can function independently
How have microscopes advanced the stud…
They can now be identified and studied. Before they were to s…
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