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Chapter 4 nursing 210
BRAIN GROWTH SPURT
b. PLASTICITY
a. States of arousal- II. The Neonatal…
b. Learning and habituation
rapid growth during infancy in the size of neurons, the numbe…
flexibility of the brain during early development that allows…
i. There are 6 newborn behavioral states: waking activity, cr…
i. Neonates quiet down in response to familiar sounds, songs,…
BRAIN GROWTH SPURT
rapid growth during infancy in the size of neurons, the numbe…
b. PLASTICITY
flexibility of the brain during early development that allows…
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Chapter 4 nursing 210
BRAIN GROWTH SPURT
b. PLASTICITY
a. States of arousal- II. The Neonatal…
b. Learning and habituation
rapid growth during infancy in the size of neurons, the numbe…
flexibility of the brain during early development that allows…
i. There are 6 newborn behavioral states: waking activity, cr…
i. Neonates quiet down in response to familiar sounds, songs,…
BRAIN GROWTH SPURT
rapid growth during infancy in the size of neurons, the numbe…
b. PLASTICITY
flexibility of the brain during early development that allows…
Nursing Terms Chapter 4
Human Growth
Human Development
Sexuality
Sexual Behaviors
refers to physical changes in growth i.e. getting bigger
refers to social changes
how we perceive and express ourselves
the sexual activities carried out according to the sexes
Human Growth
refers to physical changes in growth i.e. getting bigger
Human Development
refers to social changes
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nursing chapter 4
basic human needs
most essential of all needs
physiologic needs
safety and security needs
needs common to all people, meeting needs is essential for he…
oxygen
for oxygen, water, food, elimination, temperature, sexuality,…
have both physical and emotional components, means being prot…
basic human needs
needs common to all people, meeting needs is essential for he…
most essential of all needs
oxygen
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Nursing Vocab chapter 4
Communication
Verbal communication
Nonverbal communication
Culture diversity
The process of exchanging information with others
Involves the use of words or sounds, spoken or written
The way we communicate without using words like nodding head…
The different groups of people who varied backgrounds and exp…
Communication
The process of exchanging information with others
Verbal communication
Involves the use of words or sounds, spoken or written
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Nursing Chapter 4
common law
statutory law
administrative law
civil law
judges rulings become laws
established through formal processes
Legislative branch of a government delegates authority to gov…
Recognizes and enforces the rights of individuals in disputes…
common law
judges rulings become laws
statutory law
established through formal processes
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Nursing Chapter 4
US constitution
Common, Statutory, Administrative
Common law
Statutory law
Provides balance of powers to establish legal relationships b…
Name three major types of American laws
Judges' rulings become law
Established through formal legislative process
US constitution
Provides balance of powers to establish legal relationships b…
Common, Statutory, Administrative
Name three major types of American laws
Nursing chapter 4
COPD
Influenza
Phrenic nerve
The thorax
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Lung disease character…
Highly contagious acute viral infection of respiratory passag…
Nerve that originates in the neck and passes down between the…
Or chest, between neck and abdomen, contains thoracic cavity…
COPD
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Lung disease character…
Influenza
Highly contagious acute viral infection of respiratory passag…
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Quiz 1&3: Nursing History Chapter 4
Accountability
Autonomy
Burnout
Clinical experience
...
...
...
...
Accountability
...
Autonomy
...
Chapter 4 - Nursing informatics
internet
network
Local Area Network (LAN)
Wide Area Network (WAN)
a worldwide network of computers that traces its origins to 1…
an connection of computer hardware and software that allows c…
a network of computers that includes computers in a relativel…
a computer network that encompasses a wide geographic area.
internet
a worldwide network of computers that traces its origins to 1…
network
an connection of computer hardware and software that allows c…
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Fund. of Nursing: Chapter 4
basic human needs
blended family
community
extended family
something essential to the health and survival of humans; com…
two single parent families joined together to form a new fami…
a specific population or group of people living in the same g…
nuclear family and other related people
basic human needs
something essential to the health and survival of humans; com…
blended family
two single parent families joined together to form a new fami…
Nursing Research Chapter 4
Abstract
Introduction section
Method section
Results
brief description of the study at the beginning of the article
central phenomena, statement of purpose, research question, a…
Research design, sample, measures and data collection, study…
Name of stat test used, value of calculated stats, significance
Abstract
brief description of the study at the beginning of the article
Introduction section
central phenomena, statement of purpose, research question, a…
nursing 1050 chapter 4
theory
nursing theory
nursing
science of nursing
helps explain an event by defining ideas or concepts, explain…
conceptualizes an aspect of nursing to describe, explain, pre…
is both a science and art.
based on data obtained from current research.
theory
helps explain an event by defining ideas or concepts, explain…
nursing theory
conceptualizes an aspect of nursing to describe, explain, pre…
Nursing 200 Chapter 4
Three main periods of prenatal develop…
Beginning of pregnancy
Length of pregnancy
How many trimesters?
Germinal Period... Embryonic Period... Fetal Period
Begins at conception (14 days)
266 days... 38 weeks... 9 months
3
Three main periods of prenatal develop…
Germinal Period... Embryonic Period... Fetal Period
Beginning of pregnancy
Begins at conception (14 days)
Nursing Exam 3 (Chapter 4)
U.S. Constitution
Three major types of laws
Which type of law is particularly impo…
Nurse Practice Act
provides balance of powers to establish legal relationships b…
-common law... -statutory law (particularly important for nurses…
statutory law
-statue that defines nursing practice... -Found in all 50 states…
U.S. Constitution
provides balance of powers to establish legal relationships b…
Three major types of laws
-common law... -statutory law (particularly important for nurses…
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Nursing chapter 4
steps of validation
data requiring validation
methods of validation
purpose of documentation
-deciding if data needs validation... -determining ways to valid…
-gaps between subjective and objective data... -discrepancies be…
-recheck data through repeat assessment... -clarify data with cl…
-provides chronological order of events... -ensures information…
steps of validation
-deciding if data needs validation... -determining ways to valid…
data requiring validation
-gaps between subjective and objective data... -discrepancies be…
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Intro to Nursing Chapter 4
Basic Human Needs
Blended Family
Community
Extended Family
Behaviors, feelings about self & others, values and prioritie…
Two parents & their unrelated children from previous relation…
Specific population or group of people living in the same geo…
Includes aunts, uncles & grandparents. Cohabitation becoming…
Basic Human Needs
Behaviors, feelings about self & others, values and prioritie…
Blended Family
Two parents & their unrelated children from previous relation…
Nursing Chapter 4
physiological needs
safety and security needs
love and belonging needs
love and belonging needs
oxygen, water, food, elimination, temperature. sexuality, phy…
involve physical and emotional components
understanding and acceptance of others in giving and receivin…
the feeling of belonging to families, peers, friends, a neigh…
physiological needs
oxygen, water, food, elimination, temperature. sexuality, phy…
safety and security needs
involve physical and emotional components
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Contemp Nursing - Chapter 4
Morals
Ethics
Biotethics
Code for Nurses with Interpretive Stat…
Establishment rules in situations in which decisions about ri…
Identify what should be done for individuals in order to live…
Application of ethical theories and principles or problems in…
Our professions expression of its ethical values and duties t…
Morals
Establishment rules in situations in which decisions about ri…
Ethics
Identify what should be done for individuals in order to live…
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nursing chapter 4
accreditation
NCLEX
PhD
DNP
school meets minimum standards for education of nurses
National council (of state boards of nursing) licensure exami…
research focused doctorate
doctor nursing practice; practice focused doctorate
accreditation
school meets minimum standards for education of nurses
NCLEX
National council (of state boards of nursing) licensure exami…
Chapter 4 Nursing
critical thinking
outcomes
priority
clinical judgement
Directed, purposeful mental activity by which ideas are creat…
results of actions
something taking precedence over other things at a particular…
the outcome or results of actions
critical thinking
Directed, purposeful mental activity by which ideas are creat…
outcomes
results of actions
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nursing stats (chapter 4)
descriptive statistics
measures of central tendency
mean
formula for statistical mean
include procedures for summarizing data, describing averages,…
represent the average value of a data set... - three measures of…
- represented by the symbol M... - most commonly used measure of…
M = Σx/n... M - mean... Σ - sum... x - scores... n - sample size
descriptive statistics
include procedures for summarizing data, describing averages,…
measures of central tendency
represent the average value of a data set... - three measures of…
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nursing fundamentals chapter 4
Nursing process
outcomes
Critical
Thinking
Way of thinking and acting based on scientific method
Results of actions
Requiring careful judgement
To reason
Nursing process
Way of thinking and acting based on scientific method
outcomes
Results of actions
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Nursing chapter 4
Abuse
Assault
Battery
Boundary crossing
The willful infliction of injury,unreasonable confinement, in…
Intentionally attempting or threatening to touch a person's b…
Touching a person's body without his or her consent
A brief act or behavior outside the helpful zone
Abuse
The willful infliction of injury,unreasonable confinement, in…
Assault
Intentionally attempting or threatening to touch a person's b…
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Nursing chapter 4
Combative
Emotional liability
Cerebrovascular accident (cva)
Cultural diversity
Violent or hostile behavior
Laughing or crying without any reason or when it is inappropr…
A condition that occurs when blood supply to a part of the br…
The different groups of people with varied back grounds and e…
Combative
Violent or hostile behavior
Emotional liability
Laughing or crying without any reason or when it is inappropr…
Chapter 4 nursing
Cutane derm dermat
Hidr
Kerat
Ouch ungu
Skin
Sweat
Horny tissue, hard
Nail
Cutane derm dermat
Skin
Hidr
Sweat
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nursing chapter 4
CHAPTER 4 Nursing Process and Decision…
CHAPTER 4
1.
1) Patient complains of a headache.
1. The nurse is performing a shift assessment on a patient an…
...
The nurse is performing a shift assessment on a patient and i…
...
CHAPTER 4 Nursing Process and Decision…
1. The nurse is performing a shift assessment on a patient an…
CHAPTER 4
...
Nursing Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Family
Nuclear Family
Extended Family
Blended Family
any group of people who live together and depend on one another
traditional family; 2 parents and children
aunts, uncles, and grandparents
2 parents and their unrelated children from previous relation…
Family
any group of people who live together and depend on one another
Nuclear Family
traditional family; 2 parents and children
Nursing Research: Chapter 4
Therapeutic Research
Non-therapeutic Research
Ethical Principles
The Principle of Respect for Persons
Provides patients with an opportunity to receive an experimen…
Conducted to generate knowledge for a discipline; the results…
Respect for persons, beneficence, and justice.
Indicated that people should be treated as autonomous agents…
Therapeutic Research
Provides patients with an opportunity to receive an experimen…
Non-therapeutic Research
Conducted to generate knowledge for a discipline; the results…
Intro Nursing chapter 4/5
Values
Beliefs
Ethics
Morals
Beliefs or attitudes about worth of something.... Form during ch…
Opinions.
Study is conduct and character.... What is good for society.
Ones personal beliefs considering what is bad or good.
Values
Beliefs or attitudes about worth of something.... Form during ch…
Beliefs
Opinions.
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Nursing 201 Powerpoints (Chapter 4) Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice
Theories help to
To address individual and family respo…
The Domain of Nursing
Paradigm
describe, explain, and/or predict nursing care measures. Well…
theory-based nursing practice is important for designing and…
-the nursing profession draws from many areas: nursing histor…
-Links science, philosophy, and theories accepted and applied…
Theories help to
describe, explain, and/or predict nursing care measures. Well…
To address individual and family respo…
theory-based nursing practice is important for designing and…
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Nursing Research Chapter 4
Human rights
Anonymity
Informed consent
Non-therapeutic research
Claims and demand that have been justified in the eyes of an…
Condition in which a subject's identity cannot be linked, eve…
Agreement by a prospective subject to participate voluntarily…
Research conducted to generate knowledge for a discipline; th…
Human rights
Claims and demand that have been justified in the eyes of an…
Anonymity
Condition in which a subject's identity cannot be linked, eve…
Foundations of Nursing: Chapter 4
Nurse Practice Act
State Board of Nursing
American Nurses Association's Model Pr…
National Council of State Boards of Nu…
Accomplishes 4 objectives:... 1. defines practice of professiona…
responsible for enforcing the nurse practice act in your state
developed to guide revisions in states nurse practice acts
comprehensive documents to guide states in developing and rev…
Nurse Practice Act
Accomplishes 4 objectives:... 1. defines practice of professiona…
State Board of Nursing
responsible for enforcing the nurse practice act in your state
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Chapter 4 Nursing Words
pachy
necr
kerat
onych or ungu
thick
death
horny tissue
nail
pachy
thick
necr
death
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Nursing Principles Chapter 4
The Nursing Process
Parts of the Nursing Process
Assessment
Nursing Diagnosis
A way of thinking and acting based on the scientific method
1.Assessment... 2.diagnosis(nursing)... 3.Planning... 4.Implementation…
Collecting, Organizing, documenting, and validating a patient…
Sorting and analyzing the assessment dats to identify potenti…
The Nursing Process
A way of thinking and acting based on the scientific method
Parts of the Nursing Process
1.Assessment... 2.diagnosis(nursing)... 3.Planning... 4.Implementation…
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Nursing Chapter 4
implantation
age of viability
ultrasound
fetus
the process, beginning about 10 days after conception in whic…
the age (about 22 weeks after conception) at which the fetus…
an image of a fetus produced by using high-frequency sound wa…
the name for a developing human organism from the start of th…
implantation
the process, beginning about 10 days after conception in whic…
age of viability
the age (about 22 weeks after conception) at which the fetus…
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Chapter 4 Nursing Terms
sub
-a
-ectomy
-ia
under, below
no meaning
surgical removal
diseased state, abnormal, condition of
sub
under, below
-a
no meaning
Chapter 4 nursing vocab
Communication
Verbal communication
Nonverbal
Culture
The process of exchanging information with others
Involves the use of words or sounds spoken or written
Involves the use of words or sounds spoken or written
Is a system of learned behaviors practiced by a group of peop…
Communication
The process of exchanging information with others
Verbal communication
Involves the use of words or sounds spoken or written
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Nursing chapter 4
Cardiopulmonary
Reye's syndrome
normal respiration for infant
normal respiration for adult
Pertaining to the heart and lungs
caused by using asprin to treat flu symptoms. there is high l…
30-60 breaths per minute
12-20 breaths per minute
Cardiopulmonary
Pertaining to the heart and lungs
Reye's syndrome
caused by using asprin to treat flu symptoms. there is high l…
Chapter 4 Nursing
outer layer of skin
inner layer of skin
tiny coiled tubular structures that em…
secrete sebum oil into hair follicles…
epidermis
dermis
sudoriferous sweat glands
sebaceous glands
outer layer of skin
epidermis
inner layer of skin
dermis
Nursing Chapter 4
Bradycardia
Pulse
Fahrenheit
Hypertension
Is a pulse rate under 60 beats per minute
The pressure of the blood felt against the wall of an artery…
Refers to a scale of temperature
High blood pressure; indicated when pressures are greater tha…
Bradycardia
Is a pulse rate under 60 beats per minute
Pulse
The pressure of the blood felt against the wall of an artery…
Chapter 4 Nursing
Professional socialization
Nursing Practicum (or clinical experie…
NCLEX
didactic learning
learning to think like a nurse
practicum that occurs when students with faculty supervision…
test you take to be a certified nurse. knowledge application
means theory or the reasons why we do what we do. Lecture
Professional socialization
learning to think like a nurse
Nursing Practicum (or clinical experie…
practicum that occurs when students with faculty supervision…
Nursing Chapter 4
strept-
staphyl-
trans
per-
twisted chains
grapelike clusters
through, across
through
strept-
twisted chains
staphyl-
grapelike clusters
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Foundations of nursing : chapter 4
Assessment
Communication
Documentation
Evaluation
The obtaining of essential information needed to provide qual…
Transmitting critical information about patients to those who…
A written legal methodology for transmitting essential inform…
The measurement of the validity of the goals and/or the effec…
Assessment
The obtaining of essential information needed to provide qual…
Communication
Transmitting critical information about patients to those who…
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Chapter 3 & chapter 4 nursing words
Communication
Interpersonal skills
Feedback
Cognition
the exchange of information is a vital part of your job
skills dealing with people, such as courtesy, tact, respectfu…
The verbal and nonverbal responses a listener makes to the se…
Thought process/thinking
Communication
the exchange of information is a vital part of your job
Interpersonal skills
skills dealing with people, such as courtesy, tact, respectfu…
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Nursing Chapter 4
brain growth spurt
plasticity
states of arousal
habituation method
rapid growth during infancy in the size of neurons, the numbe…
flexibility of the brain during early development that allows…
walking activity, crying, alert inactivity, drowsiness, regul…
to study infant perceptual capabilities researches habituate…
brain growth spurt
rapid growth during infancy in the size of neurons, the numbe…
plasticity
flexibility of the brain during early development that allows…
NURSING UTA chapter 4,6,8
verbal communication
nonverbal communication
tactile senses
primary focus of Healthy People 2020
uses spoken words
does not involve written or spoken words includes kinetics, f…
most primitive sensory response developed by humans
promote healthy lifestyle and prevent illness in the community
verbal communication
uses spoken words
nonverbal communication
does not involve written or spoken words includes kinetics, f…
Chapter 4 - Nursing Licensure and Certification
accreditation
Accreditation Commission for Education…
advanced practice nurse (APN)
American Nurses Association (ANA)
voluntary process by which schools of nursing are approved to…
Entity that is responsible for the specialized accreditation…
legal title for nurses prepared by education and competence t…
professional organization that represents all registered nurses
accreditation
voluntary process by which schools of nursing are approved to…
Accreditation Commission for Education…
Entity that is responsible for the specialized accreditation…
Chapter 4- Legal Aspects of Nursing
List sources of law and types of laws.
Describe ways nurse practice acts, cre…
Compare and contrast the state-based l…
Describe the purpose and essential ele…
* Constitutions, Statutes, administrative agencies, common la…
maintain competence in nursing,maintains standards in of prac…
State-based: when a nurse who electronically interacts with a…
mutual decision making between both professional and patient…
List sources of law and types of laws.
* Constitutions, Statutes, administrative agencies, common la…
Describe ways nurse practice acts, cre…
maintain competence in nursing,maintains standards in of prac…
Nursing Chapter 4
Ethical standards
Legal standards
Respect for life
Respect for an individual
💉 guides to moral behaviors... 💉 health care workers expected to…
💉 guides for lawful behavior... 💉 legal guilt results in fines a…
💉 basic rules of ethics... 💉 quality of life is the primary goal…
💉 age 💉 sexual preference ... 💉 religion 💉 culture ... 💉 race 💉 att…
Ethical standards
💉 guides to moral behaviors... 💉 health care workers expected to…
Legal standards
💉 guides for lawful behavior... 💉 legal guilt results in fines a…
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