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Nursing Chapter 6 Vocab
antimicrobial
autoclave
blood borne pathogens
blood borne pathogen standard
an agent that destroys, resist, or prevents the development o…
an appliance used to sterilize medical instruments or other o…
Microorganisms found in human blood that can cause infection…
Federal law requiring that healthcare facilities protect empl…
antimicrobial
an agent that destroys, resist, or prevents the development o…
autoclave
an appliance used to sterilize medical instruments or other o…
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Chapter 6 Nursing 210
A. Changes in the body
Body proportions change dramatically
2. MYELINATION -
LATERALIZATION
1. Rate of growth slower than during the first two years, but…
a. Head no longer comprises ¼ of body. By age 16, it is 1/8 o…
brain continues to be great... 2. MYELINATION - the formation of…
the process where specific skills and competencies become loc…
A. Changes in the body
1. Rate of growth slower than during the first two years, but…
Body proportions change dramatically
a. Head no longer comprises ¼ of body. By age 16, it is 1/8 o…
18 terms
Nursing Chapter 6
value
altruism
autonomy
human dignity
a belief about the worth of something, about what matters, th…
concern for the welfare and well-being of others
the right to self determination
respect for the inherent worth and uniqueness of individuals…
value
a belief about the worth of something, about what matters, th…
altruism
concern for the welfare and well-being of others
41 terms
Chapter 6 Nursing 210
A. Changes in the body
Body proportions change dramatically
2. MYELINATION -
LATERALIZATION
1. Rate of growth slower than during the first two years, but…
a. Head no longer comprises ¼ of body. By age 16, it is 1/8 o…
brain continues to be great... 2. MYELINATION - the formation of…
the process where specific skills and competencies become loc…
A. Changes in the body
1. Rate of growth slower than during the first two years, but…
Body proportions change dramatically
a. Head no longer comprises ¼ of body. By age 16, it is 1/8 o…
Nursing Chapter 6
Bacteremia
Erythropenia
Hemolysis
Mononucleosis
The presence of bacteria in the blood
Deficiency in the number of red blood cells (erythrocytopenia)
Rupture or destruction of red blood cells
Abnormally high proportion of monocytes in the blood
Bacteremia
The presence of bacteria in the blood
Erythropenia
Deficiency in the number of red blood cells (erythrocytopenia)
27 terms
Chapter 6 nursing
Nursing focus on wellness
Assessment
Outcome criteria
Process criteria
- assist to maintain and obtain optimal health... - do this by a…
Always look at whole person (psychological, spiritual..)
Measurable changes such as normal BP
Planned intervention
Nursing focus on wellness
- assist to maintain and obtain optimal health... - do this by a…
Assessment
Always look at whole person (psychological, spiritual..)
Nursing 250 Chapter 6
Value
Value System
Moralizing
Laissez-faire
a belief about something that guides behavior
organization of values
values set that leave little room for change
explore values on their own
Value
a belief about something that guides behavior
Value System
organization of values
26 terms
Nursing Chapter 6
Modeling
Moralizing
Laissez-faire
Rewarding and punishing
Imitating parents
Deciding for children what is right and wrong
Children explore values without parents
Rewarding for good deeds and punishing for bad deeds
Modeling
Imitating parents
Moralizing
Deciding for children what is right and wrong
10 terms
Practical Nursing 68C Chapter 6
Integumentary System
Homeostasis
Integumentary System purpose
Layers of the Skin
Skin of the body, largest organ, maintains homeostasis
...
T Temperature regulation... P Protect underlying tissue... R Retard…
E Epidermis... D Dermis
Integumentary System
Skin of the body, largest organ, maintains homeostasis
Homeostasis
...
51 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 6
The purpose of Healthy People 2020
Illness behavior
Goal 1 Healthy People 2020
Goal 2 Healthy People 2020
to promote a society in which all people live long, healthy l…
the different ways people react to their illness or that of a…
Attain high-quality, longer lives free of preventable disease…
Achieve high equity, eliminate disparities, and improve the h…
The purpose of Healthy People 2020
to promote a society in which all people live long, healthy l…
Illness behavior
the different ways people react to their illness or that of a…
6 terms
Nursing Concepts Chapter 6
Steps of the Research Process
Study Designs
Quantitative
Examples of Quantitative
1. formulating the research question... 2. defining the purpose…
plans that tell a researcher how the data is to be collected,…
1. formal, objective, systematic process in which numeric dat…
1. case study: provides an in-depth analysis of a single subj…
Steps of the Research Process
1. formulating the research question... 2. defining the purpose…
Study Designs
plans that tell a researcher how the data is to be collected,…
46 terms
Chapter 6 Nursing Fundamentals
advocacy
beneficence
bioethics
care-based approach
protection and support of another's rights
Benefit the patient.
ethics that encompass all those perspectives that seek to und…
approach to bioethics that directs attention to the specific…
advocacy
protection and support of another's rights
beneficence
Benefit the patient.
Nursing Chapter 6
values
values
values
essential nursing values
beliefs about the worth of something
formed during a lifetime
influenced by the environment, family, and culture
altruism... autonomy... human dignity... integrity... social justice
values
beliefs about the worth of something
values
formed during a lifetime
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Nursing chapter 6 vocabulary
Advocacy
Autonomy
Beneficence
Bioethics
The protection and support of another's rights.
Respect the rights of patients or their surrogates, to make h…
Benefit the patient, and balance benefits against risks and h…
Number of fields and disciplines grouped broadly under the ru…
Advocacy
The protection and support of another's rights.
Autonomy
Respect the rights of patients or their surrogates, to make h…
12 terms
Nursing 201: Chapter 6
What is the difference between Freud &…
Describe the development of attachment…
Describe the categories of secure and…
What is stranger anxiety?
- Freud: psychosexual stage related to infant attempts at nee…
- deep and enduring emotional bond that connects one person t…
"the strange situation" ... - protocol: series of 8 episodes pla…
(6/8mo-12/16mo-then decline) cling to mother when strangers a…
What is the difference between Freud &…
- Freud: psychosexual stage related to infant attempts at nee…
Describe the development of attachment…
- deep and enduring emotional bond that connects one person t…
Nursing101-Chapter 6
Healthy people 2020 goals
Internal variables
External variables
Health promotion, wellness & Illness p…
-Attain higher quality and longer lives... -People free of: dise…
-Developmental stage... -Intellectual background... -Perception of…
-Family practices... -Socioeconomic factors... -Cultural background
1. Immunization program... 2.Routine exercise, good nutrition... 3.…
Healthy people 2020 goals
-Attain higher quality and longer lives... -People free of: dise…
Internal variables
-Developmental stage... -Intellectual background... -Perception of…
Fundamentals of Nursing: Chapter 6
The purpose of Healthy People 2020
Illness behavior
Goal 1 Healthy People 2020
Goal 2 Healthy People 2020
to promote a society in which all people live long, healthy l…
the different ways people react to their illness or that of a…
Attain high-quality, longer lives free of preventable disease…
Achieve high equity, eliminate disparities, and improve the h…
The purpose of Healthy People 2020
to promote a society in which all people live long, healthy l…
Illness behavior
the different ways people react to their illness or that of a…
Nursing chapter 6
Florence Nightingale
Hildegard Peplau
Cesena disoriented patient with the bath
Teaching a person with frequent consti…
Which early nursing theorist recognize therapeutic milieu ass…
Which only nursing theories to find nursing and interpersonal…
Which of the following is an example of Orems self-care theory
Which of the following is an example of Henderson's definitio…
Florence Nightingale
Which early nursing theorist recognize therapeutic milieu ass…
Hildegard Peplau
Which only nursing theories to find nursing and interpersonal…
Nursing Prospectives Chapter 6
Health care system
Safety-net hospitals
Licensed vocational nurse (LVN) or Lic…
Managed care
is the totality of services offered by all health disciplines
hospitals that provide a significant level of care to low-inc…
provides direct client care under the direction of an RN, phy…
describes a health care system whose goals are to provide cos…
Health care system
is the totality of services offered by all health disciplines
Safety-net hospitals
hospitals that provide a significant level of care to low-inc…
Nursing Chapter 6
implementation
interventions
documentation
evaluation
carrying out nursing interventions
actions that come from collaborative care planning
recording of pertinent data on the clinical record
assessment of effectiveness of nursing actions in meeting exp…
implementation
carrying out nursing interventions
interventions
actions that come from collaborative care planning
42 terms
Foundations Of Nursing: Chapter 6
Nursing Process
Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
6 Phases of the Nursing Process
Types of Assessment
A systemic method by which nurses plan & provide care for pt's.
Physiological needs... Safety and Security... Love and Belonging... Se…
Assessment ... Diagnosis ... Outcome Identification ... Planning ... Impl…
Complete and Focused Assessment
Nursing Process
A systemic method by which nurses plan & provide care for pt's.
Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
Physiological needs... Safety and Security... Love and Belonging... Se…
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Nursing chapter 6
Abbreviation
Anterior
Chart
Clinical records
A shortened form of a word or phrase
At or towards the front of the body or body part; ventral
See "medical record"
See "medical record"
Abbreviation
A shortened form of a word or phrase
Anterior
At or towards the front of the body or body part; ventral
Nursing chapter 6
Components of the Research Process
Blood
Lymphatic System
Plasma
Involves conceptualizing a research study, planning and imple…
Contains blood cells, blood cell fragments , water and other…
Consists of the lymphatic vessels, lymph fluid, lymph nodes,…
-Clear, straw-colored liquid (about 90% water) that makes up…
Components of the Research Process
Involves conceptualizing a research study, planning and imple…
Blood
Contains blood cells, blood cell fragments , water and other…
Nursing 1- Chapter 6
Active Listening
Aphasia
Body Language
Communication process
uses all the senses to interpret verbal and nonverbal messages
inability to speak or understand language
facial expressions, posture, body posture, gesture, behavior
an exchange of information, feelings, need, and preferences b…
Active Listening
uses all the senses to interpret verbal and nonverbal messages
Aphasia
inability to speak or understand language
Chapter 6 Nursing Theory
Imogene King Systems Interaction Model
Betty Newman Systems Model
Callista Roy's Adaptation Model
Dorothea Orem's Self-care Deficit Theory
purpose of nursing is to help people attain, maintain, or res…
Purpose of nursing is to facilitate optimal client system sta…
Purpose of nursing is promoting a person's adaptation in the…
purpose of nursing is to help people meet their self-care needs
Imogene King Systems Interaction Model
purpose of nursing is to help people attain, maintain, or res…
Betty Newman Systems Model
Purpose of nursing is to facilitate optimal client system sta…
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Nursing chapter 6
Attending behavior
Aphasia
Expressive asphasia
Receptive aphasia
1. Eye contact ... 2. Gestures... 3. Posture... 4. Physical distance f…
Condition in which the speech center of the brain has been da…
Have difficult saying what they want to say, may have trouble…
Have trouble understanding what is spoken to them. May also h…
Attending behavior
1. Eye contact ... 2. Gestures... 3. Posture... 4. Physical distance f…
Aphasia
Condition in which the speech center of the brain has been da…
Chapter 6~ Nursing Process
Nursing Process
A.D.P.I.E
Assessment
Subjective data
A systematic, logical method of providing individualized nurs…
Assess, Diagnose, Plan, Implement, Evaluate
Systematics collection, organization, validation, and documen…
What the patient FEELS, recoded in patients own words to keep…
Nursing Process
A systematic, logical method of providing individualized nurs…
A.D.P.I.E
Assess, Diagnose, Plan, Implement, Evaluate
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Nursing Assistant Chapter 6
Microorganisms
Pathogen
Normal Flora
Aerobic
Microbe/Germ... Small living plant/animal that can only be seen…
Microorganism that may cause illness
Non-pathogens that live and grow in certain areas... Benefit us…
Oxygen required
Microorganisms
Microbe/Germ... Small living plant/animal that can only be seen…
Pathogen
Microorganism that may cause illness
24 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 6
advocacy
autonomy
beneficence
bioethics
protection and support of another's rights
self-determination; being independent and self-governing
principle of "doing good"
ethics that encompass all those perspectives that seek to und…
advocacy
protection and support of another's rights
autonomy
self-determination; being independent and self-governing
Intro to Nursing, Chapter 6
Modeling
Moralizing
Laissez-Faire
Rewarding and Punishing
Observing parents, peers. Leads to socially acceptable and un…
Taught complete value system that allows little opportunity t…
Exploration of values with little or no guidance, can lead to…
Rewarded for values that reflects parents, punished for demon…
Modeling
Observing parents, peers. Leads to socially acceptable and un…
Moralizing
Taught complete value system that allows little opportunity t…
Fundamentals of Nursing, Chapter 6
Active Strategies of health Promotion
Acute Illness
Chronic Illness
Health
Individuals are motivated to adopt specific health programs.
Usually reversible, has a short duration, and is often severe.
Persists, usually longer than 6 months, is irreversible, and…
State of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, no…
Active Strategies of health Promotion
Individuals are motivated to adopt specific health programs.
Acute Illness
Usually reversible, has a short duration, and is often severe.
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nursing stats (chapter 6)
inferential statistics
assumptions
parametric tests
nonparametric tests
used to test hypotheses and to estimate or draw conclusions a…
requirements that must be met for using the statistical test,…
requires that the dependent variable is measured at least at…
used when the research data does not meet the assumptions set…
inferential statistics
used to test hypotheses and to estimate or draw conclusions a…
assumptions
requirements that must be met for using the statistical test,…
11 terms
Nursing Chapter 6
Developmental Theory
Structural/Function Theory
Interactional Theory
Role Theory
...
...
...
...
Developmental Theory
...
Structural/Function Theory
...
Nursing chapter 6
iasis, esis
trophy
rrhaphy
megaly
...
...
...
...
iasis, esis
...
trophy
...
Nursing Chapter 6
Ethics
Morals
Ethical and legal issues
Ethical decision making
A standard code or guide to behavior
An individual code of acceptable behaviors
Professionalism ... Health care policy ... Reimbursement issues…
Make hard choices while using ethics
Ethics
A standard code or guide to behavior
Morals
An individual code of acceptable behaviors
NURSING CHAPTER 6 TERMS
Advance directives
Breach of duty
Confidentiality
Do not resuscitate DNR
A legal document that allows a person to describe his or her…
The proximate cause or the cause that is legally sufficient t…
The responsibility to keep patient information private
A form of advance directive that may be part of an extensive…
Advance directives
A legal document that allows a person to describe his or her…
Breach of duty
The proximate cause or the cause that is legally sufficient t…
Nursing Chapter 6
Defining nursing is an important step…
Reasons for defining nursing
Why define nursing?
Is the definition of nursing universal…
Although, it is hard
influence health policy, required for nurse practice acts, ai…
Clarify purposes and functions, differentiate nursing from ot…
No
Defining nursing is an important step…
Although, it is hard
Reasons for defining nursing
influence health policy, required for nurse practice acts, ai…
24 terms
Nursing chapter 6
Florence Nightingale
Hildegard Peplau
helping a disoriented patient with the…
Teaching a person with frequent consti…
Which early nursing theorist recognized therapeutic model ass…
Which is the only nursing theory used to find nursing and int…
Which of the following is an example of Orems self-care theory
Which of the following is an example of Henderson's definitio…
Florence Nightingale
Which early nursing theorist recognized therapeutic model ass…
Hildegard Peplau
Which is the only nursing theory used to find nursing and int…
12 terms
Chapter 6 nursing
Health
Health beliefs
positive health behaviors
negative health behaviors
state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, no…
a persons ideas, convictions, and attitudes about health and…
activities related to maintaining, attaining, or regaining go…
practices actually or potentially harmful to health.... Ex: smo…
Health
state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, no…
Health beliefs
a persons ideas, convictions, and attitudes about health and…
31 terms
Fundamentals of nursing chapter 6
Individuality
Holism
Health Belief Model
Health Promotion Model (HPM)
Everyone is different
keep the whole person in mind
Influencing factors effect thoughts and actions; this model a…
Want to have health promoting actions; before elderly (descri…
Individuality
Everyone is different
Holism
keep the whole person in mind
Nursing Research Chapter 6
Directional hypothesis
Hypothesis
Nondirectional hypothesis
Null hypothesis
A hypothesis that makes a specific prediction about the direc…
A statement of predicted relationships between variables or p…
A research hypothesis that does not stipulate the expected di…
A hypothesis stating no relationship between the variables un…
Directional hypothesis
A hypothesis that makes a specific prediction about the direc…
Hypothesis
A statement of predicted relationships between variables or p…
Intro to Nursing, Chapter 6
Modeling
Moralizing
Laissez-Faire
Rewarding and Punishing
Observing parents, peers. Leads to socially acceptable and un…
Taught complete value system that allows little opportunity t…
Exploration of values with little or no guidance, can lead to…
Rewarded for values that reflects parents, punished for demon…
Modeling
Observing parents, peers. Leads to socially acceptable and un…
Moralizing
Taught complete value system that allows little opportunity t…
Nursing chapter 6
Osteocytes
Osteoblasts
Osteclots
Hairline
Mature blood cells
Osteocytes that form new bone
Break down old or damaged bone
Fracture that does not completely break
Osteocytes
Mature blood cells
Osteoblasts
Osteocytes that form new bone
47 terms
Chapter 6 TTC nursing
Full responsibility and accountability…
Nurses are discouraged from following…
Surrogate get decision-maker
Autonomy
The nurse
Emergency
Should be given for client that is not mentally capable
Related to our self-determination refers to self rules
Full responsibility and accountability…
The nurse
Nurses are discouraged from following…
Emergency
16 terms
Chapter 6 Nursing
abstract
clinical practice guideline
ethnography
generalizability
brief overview of a research study
evidence-based guide to clinical practice developed by expert…
qualitative research method for the purpose of investigating…
inference that findings can be generalized from the sample to…
abstract
brief overview of a research study
clinical practice guideline
evidence-based guide to clinical practice developed by expert…
16 terms
Chapter 6 The Nursing Process in Pharmacology
What are the four points of the Assess…
What is the Assessment Phase?
What is Baseline Data?
What is subjective data?
-Baseline Data... -Subjective Data... -Objective Data... -Health History
is the systematic collection, organization, validation, and d…
are gathered from the patient that will be compared to inform…
which include what the patient says or perceives
What are the four points of the Assess…
-Baseline Data... -Subjective Data... -Objective Data... -Health History
What is the Assessment Phase?
is the systematic collection, organization, validation, and d…
Nursing Chapter 6
Dys
Olgi
Tachy
Poly
Bad, difficult, abnormal
Small, scant
Fast, rapid
Many, much
Dys
Bad, difficult, abnormal
Olgi
Small, scant
Nursing chapter 6
Three major types of American Laws
Common law
Statutory law
Administrative laws
Common Law, statutory law, administrative law
refers to laws that are made based on a judges decision
those that are legislated
are made through governmental agencies (IRS)
Three major types of American Laws
Common Law, statutory law, administrative law
Common law
refers to laws that are made based on a judges decision
12 terms
Introduction to Professional Nursing: Chapter 6
Definition of Nursing Research
Evolution of Nursing Research
Research Priorities
National Institute of Nursing Research…
-Research is a process of systematic inquiry or study to buil…
-Nursing research began with Florence Nightingale during the…
-Nursing exists to provide high-quality nursing care to indiv…
-Supports research on the biologic and behavioral aspects of…
Definition of Nursing Research
-Research is a process of systematic inquiry or study to buil…
Evolution of Nursing Research
-Nursing research began with Florence Nightingale during the…
9 terms
Nursing chapter 6
Health
Health belief model
Maslow's basic Human need model
Holistic
A state of physical mental and social well being, not merely…
Models are used to understand the relationships between conce…
Emphasizes identifying a patients individual needs, prioritiz…
Attempts to create conditions that promote optimal health .
Health
A state of physical mental and social well being, not merely…
Health belief model
Models are used to understand the relationships between conce…
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