How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Study sets matching "patient care chapter 12"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "patient care chapter 12"

21 terms
Patient care - Chapter 12
Chief Complaint
Chronology
Clinical History
Leading Questions
Primary medical problem as defined by the patient; important…
Time element of the history, usually including the onset, dur…
Information available regarding a patient's condition; tradit…
Undesirable method of questioning that provides information t…
Chief Complaint
Primary medical problem as defined by the patient; important…
Chronology
Time element of the history, usually including the onset, dur…
12 terms
patient care - chapter 12
adverse effects
alimentary canal
colostomy
diverticulitis
the development of undesired side effects or toxicity caused…
the organs of digestion; the digestive tract
an artificial opening (stoma) created in the large intestine…
inflammation of a sac or pouch protruding from the walls of t…
adverse effects
the development of undesired side effects or toxicity caused…
alimentary canal
the organs of digestion; the digestive tract
6 terms
Patient Care - Chapter 12
draw sheet
gait belt
orthostatic hypotension
sedation
a single sheet folded in half and placed under the patient ov…
made of heavy fabric strips and a strong buckle, helps provid…
a mild reduction in the oxygen supply to the brain that occur…
calming medication
draw sheet
a single sheet folded in half and placed under the patient ov…
gait belt
made of heavy fabric strips and a strong buckle, helps provid…
36 terms
patient care chapter 12
What term means a primary medical prob…
What term means time element of the hi…
What term is the information available…
What term means undesirable method of…
Chief complaint
Chronology
Clinical history
Leading Questions
What term means a primary medical prob…
Chief complaint
What term means time element of the hi…
Chronology
11 terms
Chapter 12 Vocab. Patient Care
Patient Transfer Considerations
Preparation for Transfer
Wheelchair Transfer
Special Considerations for Wheelchair…
...
...
...
...
Patient Transfer Considerations
...
Preparation for Transfer
...
12 terms
Patient Care Chapter 12
Anterior hip replacement
Posterior hip replacement
Stretcher Transfer
Two Patient identifier
May sit upright... weight bearing tolerated... avoid abduction... avoi…
must not flex beyond 90 degrees... weight bearing tolerated... abdu…
draw sheet... slider board... sliding mat
Full Name... DOB
Anterior hip replacement
May sit upright... weight bearing tolerated... avoid abduction... avoi…
Posterior hip replacement
must not flex beyond 90 degrees... weight bearing tolerated... abdu…
7 terms
Patient care chapter 12
Cribs
Incubinators
Stretchers
Gait belt
Small patients are transproted by
Infants are transported by
What is used to transport patients who are too weak to sit
This is used if a patient is weak and unsteady when standing
Cribs
Small patients are transproted by
Incubinators
Infants are transported by
17 terms
Patient care- Chapter 12
Acidosis
Allergen
Autonomic hyperreflexia (dysreflexia)
Cardia arrest/death
A pathological condition resulting from the accumulation of a…
A protein or nonprotein substance that is capable of inducing…
An uninhibited and exaggerate reflex of the autonomic nervous…
The sudden and often unexpected unstoppage of effective heart…
Acidosis
A pathological condition resulting from the accumulation of a…
Allergen
A protein or nonprotein substance that is capable of inducing…
10 terms
Patient care chapter 12
Chief complaint
Chronology
Clinical history
Leading questions
Primary medical problem as defined by the patient
Time element of history, including onset, duration, frequency…
Information available regarding a patients condition.
Undesirable method of questioning that provides information t…
Chief complaint
Primary medical problem as defined by the patient
Chronology
Time element of history, including onset, duration, frequency…
18 terms
Patient Care Chapter 12
Draw sheet
gait belt
orthostatic hypotension
sedation
a single sheet folded in half that is placed under the patien…
transfer belt, should be used when assisting patients who are…
mild reduction in oxygen supply to brain, occurs with body po…
an induced state of quiet, calmness, or sleep, as by means of…
Draw sheet
a single sheet folded in half that is placed under the patien…
gait belt
transfer belt, should be used when assisting patients who are…
8 terms
Patient Care (Chapter 12)
orthostatic hypotension
gait belt (transfer belt)
stroke, fractures, joint, hip, or knee…
draw sheets, slider boards, sliding mats
a mild reduction in the oxygen supply to the brain that occur…
should be used when assisting patients who are weak or unstea…
special considerations for wheelchair transfers: (5)
3 methods of transfer involve the use of _________ , ________…
orthostatic hypotension
a mild reduction in the oxygen supply to the brain that occur…
gait belt (transfer belt)
should be used when assisting patients who are weak or unstea…
12 terms
Patient care Chapter 12
Chief complaint
Chronology
Clinical History
Leading question
primary medical problem as defined by the patient; important…
time element of the history, usually including the onset, dur…
information available regarding a patient's condition; tradit…
undesirable method of questioning that provides information t…
Chief complaint
primary medical problem as defined by the patient; important…
Chronology
time element of the history, usually including the onset, dur…
43 terms
Patient Care Chapter 12
Cardiac cycle
electrocardiogram consists of how many…
Chest leads
Normal sinus rhythm
one complete heartbeat
12 leads 10 wires
V1 through V6
ECG that is within normal limits
Cardiac cycle
one complete heartbeat
electrocardiogram consists of how many…
12 leads 10 wires
25 terms
Patient Care Chapter 12
Chief Complaint
Chronology
Clinical History
Leading Questions
Primary medical problem as defined by the patients; important…
Time element of the history, usually including the onset, dur…
Information available regarding a patient's condition; tradit…
Undesirable method of questioning that provides information t…
Chief Complaint
Primary medical problem as defined by the patients; important…
Chronology
Time element of the history, usually including the onset, dur…
27 terms
Patient Care Chapter 12
Chief Complaint
Chronology
Clinical History
Leading Question
Primary medical problem as defined by patient
Time element of the history usually including the onset, dura…
information available regarding a patients condition
undesirable method od questioning that provides information t…
Chief Complaint
Primary medical problem as defined by patient
Chronology
Time element of the history usually including the onset, dura…
27 terms
patient care chapter 12
often this person's job to take history
most valuable opportunity to acquire c…
What is the significance of a good cli…
According to Dr. Eric Cassell, how do…
radiologic technologist
history taking
It focuses the radiologist's attention on a specific area
By showing interest in the patient's well-being
often this person's job to take history
radiologic technologist
most valuable opportunity to acquire c…
history taking
20 terms
patient care chapter 12
When positioning or transporting a pat…
The first step you should follow in as…
Checking transportation equipment for…
When a patient who has not stood or wa…
Flexion to no more than 90 degrees
position the wheelchair parallel to the table and lock the br…
the person transporting the patient.
use a stretcher.
When positioning or transporting a pat…
Flexion to no more than 90 degrees
The first step you should follow in as…
position the wheelchair parallel to the table and lock the br…
7 terms
Patient care chapter 12
What is orthostatic hypotension?
Why use a gait belt (transfer belt)?
What movement is restricted on a hip r…
What movement is okay for a ant. hip r…
A mild reduction in oxygen supply to brain that occurs with c…
when assisting patients who are weak or unsteady
Avoid abduction, avoid adduction, avoid internal or external…
may sit upright, weight bearing usually tolerated
What is orthostatic hypotension?
A mild reduction in oxygen supply to brain that occurs with c…
Why use a gait belt (transfer belt)?
when assisting patients who are weak or unsteady
22 terms
Chapter 12 "In patient care"
A medical patient is prescribed therap…
A health care provider can reasonably…
SF 522, Request for Administration of…
When a regional anesthetic is administ…
To prevent further damage to body systems
Be fearful and anxious
A member of the Armed Forces
Pain will be reduced or eliminated in the body part injected…
A medical patient is prescribed therap…
To prevent further damage to body systems
A health care provider can reasonably…
Be fearful and anxious
26 terms
Chapter 12 Patient Care 109
Chief Complaint
Chronology
Clinical History
Leading Questions
Primary medical problem as defined by patient
Time element of the history, onset, duration, frequency, cour…
Information available regarding a patients conditions
Undesirable methods of questions that provide information tha…
Chief Complaint
Primary medical problem as defined by patient
Chronology
Time element of the history, onset, duration, frequency, cour…
9 terms
patient care: chapter 12 History taking
chief complaint
objective
subjective
sacred seven
Primary medical problem as defined by the patient
Perceptible to the external senses, signs that can be seen, h…
perceived only by the affected individual
-localization... -chronology... -quality... -severity... -onset... -aggravat…
chief complaint
Primary medical problem as defined by the patient
objective
Perceptible to the external senses, signs that can be seen, h…
43 terms
patient care ch 12
a sheet used to transfer from bed to s…
a ____, also called a transfer belt, s…
A feeling of faintness or light-headed…
calming medication
draw sheet
gait belt
orthostatic hypotension
sedation
a sheet used to transfer from bed to s…
draw sheet
a ____, also called a transfer belt, s…
gait belt
15 terms
Patient Care Chapter 12 History taking
Cheif Complaint
Leading Questions
Clinical History
Qualities of Interviewer
Primary medical problem as defined by the pt
Undesirable method of questioning that provides information t…
Information available regarding the patients condition.
Respect for patient, genuine, empathy, dont intimidate, make…
Cheif Complaint
Primary medical problem as defined by the pt
Leading Questions
Undesirable method of questioning that provides information t…
139 terms
Patient Care Chapter 10, patient care chapter 12, Patient Care chapter 13, Patient care chapter 14
What term means of or relating to cult…
What term is the process by which peop…
What term means prejudice; thinking ne…
What term means being able to negotiat…
Cultural
Assimilation
Bias
Biculturalism
What term means of or relating to cult…
Cultural
What term is the process by which peop…
Assimilation
15 terms
Patient care chapter 12: history taking
Is undesirable for conducting a clinic…
Clinical history
Quality
Localization
Asking vague questions
Interview with the patient
Includes a description of the color, quantity, and consistenc…
Is the determination of a precise area, usually though gentle…
Is undesirable for conducting a clinic…
Asking vague questions
Clinical history
Interview with the patient
37 terms
Patient Care Ch 12
Are inpatients allowed to walk to the…
Are infants and children allowed to be…
What is the usual method of transport…
What is the usual method of transport…
No
No
wheel chair
stretcher
Are inpatients allowed to walk to the…
No
Are infants and children allowed to be…
No
20 terms
patient care ch12
chief complaint
chronology
clinical history
leading questions
primary medical problem as defined by the patient;... important…
time element of the history,... usually including the onset, dur…
information available regarding a patient's condition;... tradit…
undesirable method of questioning that provides information t…
chief complaint
primary medical problem as defined by the patient;... important…
chronology
time element of the history,... usually including the onset, dur…
31 terms
Patient care - Chapter 14
Ambulatory
Anteroposterior
Artifacts
Axial Projection
Able to walk
Direction of x-ray beam from front to back
Substances or structures not naturally present but of which a…
Any projection not at right angels to the long axis of an ana…
Ambulatory
Able to walk
Anteroposterior
Direction of x-ray beam from front to back
19 terms
Chapter 12 Ethan Patient Care test 2
Clinical history- written or verbally
True
Objective- lacerations, trash, lab res…
Subjective- pain and its severity
Information available regarding a patient's condition traditi…
To extract as much information as possible during a clinical…
Perceptible to the external senses such as signs that can be…
Pertaining to or proceed only by the affected individual, not…
Clinical history- written or verbally
Information available regarding a patient's condition traditi…
True
To extract as much information as possible during a clinical…
52 terms
Patient care - Chapter 15
Apnea
Atelectasis
Auscultation
Body Temperature
Cessation of spontaneous ventilation
Absence of gas from part or the whole of the lungs as a resul…
Listening to sounds of the body, typically through the us of…
Measurement of the degree of heat of the deep tissues of the…
Apnea
Cessation of spontaneous ventilation
Atelectasis
Absence of gas from part or the whole of the lungs as a resul…
8 terms
Introduction to Radiologic & Imaging Sciences & Patient Care (IRISPC), Chapter 12
Chief Complaint
Chronology
Clinical History
Leading Questions
Primary medical problem as defined by the patient; important…
Time element of the history, usually including the onset, dur…
Information available regarding a patient's condition; tradit…
Undesirable method of questioning that provides information t…
Chief Complaint
Primary medical problem as defined by the patient; important…
Chronology
Time element of the history, usually including the onset, dur…
36 terms
Chapter 12 care of the patient with a reproductive disorder.
Amenorrhea
Candidiasis
Carcinoma in situ
Chancre
Absence of menstrual flow.
Mild fungal infection that appears in men and women; usually…
Preinvasive, asymptomatic carcinoma that can be dx only by mi…
Painless erosion of a papule that ulcerates superficially wit…
Amenorrhea
Absence of menstrual flow.
Candidiasis
Mild fungal infection that appears in men and women; usually…
29 terms
nursing care of patients having surgery: chapter 12
__________ is scheduled based on the u…
what is an emergency urgency level?
what are some examples of emergency le…
when does surgery occur with an urgent…
surgery
when someone's life or limb needs saved without delay
ruptured aortic aneurysm or appendix... traumatic limb amputatio…
within 24-30 hours
__________ is scheduled based on the u…
surgery
what is an emergency urgency level?
when someone's life or limb needs saved without delay
33 terms
Chapter 12; Caring for patients with cancer
Cancer
Oncology
Oncologists
______ have a significantly higher inc…
*develops when normal cells mutate into abnormal cells that g…
the study of cancer
physicians who specialize in caring for patients with cancer.
African American Men
Cancer
*develops when normal cells mutate into abnormal cells that g…
Oncology
the study of cancer
48 terms
Patient Care Chapter 11 and 12
questioning techniques
elements of a history
check the chart
physical assessment
open-ended questions... facilitation- encourage the conversation…
onset; how did it start? ... duration; have you ever experienced…
to obtain more specific patient information
is an ongoing process of observation, comparison, measurement…
questioning techniques
open-ended questions... facilitation- encourage the conversation…
elements of a history
onset; how did it start? ... duration; have you ever experienced…
42 terms
patient care ch 12
Positive contrast media
Barium... Iodinated contrasts
Barium Sulfate
Barium Sulfate
increases organ density and improves radiographic visualizati…
Positive contrast agents create a density difference such as…
Most frequently chosen positive contrast
contrast that is White or pink, crystalline powder that is mi…
Positive contrast media
increases organ density and improves radiographic visualizati…
Barium... Iodinated contrasts
Positive contrast agents create a density difference such as…
43 terms
patient care ch 12
a sheet used to transfer from bed to s…
a ____, also called a transfer belt, s…
A feeling of faintness or light-headed…
calming medication
draw sheet
gait belt
orthostatic hypotension
sedation
a sheet used to transfer from bed to s…
draw sheet
a ____, also called a transfer belt, s…
gait belt
Patient Care- Chapter 7 & 12 (Test #2)
The acronym PASS is a helpful way to r…
If there is a fire in your immediate a…
If you smell smoke and smoldering insu…
Because oxygen supports combustion, th…
using a fire extinguisher
evacuate the area
turn off the main power switch
no smoking, ungrounded appliances, candles or any other open…
The acronym PASS is a helpful way to r…
using a fire extinguisher
If there is a fire in your immediate a…
evacuate the area
Chapter 12: Care of Patients with Immune and Lymphatic Disorders
Allergy
Alloynia
Anaphylaxis
Angioedema
...
...
...
...
Allergy
...
Alloynia
...
Chapter 12: Care of Patients with Immune and Lymphatic Disorders
Allergy
Anaphylaxis
Angioedema
Atopy
An abnormal and individual hypersensitivity to a particular a…
An unusual or exaggerated allergic reaction
A vascular reaction representing localized edema caused by di…
Wasting, or a decrease in size, from lack of use
Allergy
An abnormal and individual hypersensitivity to a particular a…
Anaphylaxis
An unusual or exaggerated allergic reaction
Chapter 12: Care of Patients with Immune and Lymphatic Disorders
Abnormal responses of the immune syste…
immune deficiency disorders
deficiency is the immune system
Autoimmune disorders
-immune deficiency disorders... -autoimmune disorders
-is an insufficient production of antibodies, immune cells, o…
-leaves the body unable to resist foreign microbes or toxins
-involve the overreaction or hypersensitivity to antigens fro…
Abnormal responses of the immune syste…
-immune deficiency disorders... -autoimmune disorders
immune deficiency disorders
-is an insufficient production of antibodies, immune cells, o…
20 terms
IMS Chapter 12 Care of Patients with Immune and Lymphatic Disorders
Allergy
Allodynia
Anaphylaxis
Angioedema
An abnormal response to certain substances; it is considered…
Pain response to nonpainful stimuli
An extremely allergic reaction that is life threatening
Swelling beneath the skin
Allergy
An abnormal response to certain substances; it is considered…
Allodynia
Pain response to nonpainful stimuli
51 terms
Patient Care - Chapter 16
anaphylaxis
angina pectoris
anoxia
asthma
allergic shock which occurs when individuals are exposed to f…
occurs when the coronary arteries are unable to supply the he…
lack of oxygen
difficulty in breathing caused by bronchospasm
anaphylaxis
allergic shock which occurs when individuals are exposed to f…
angina pectoris
occurs when the coronary arteries are unable to supply the he…
30 terms
Patient care - Chapter 11
Advance Directive
Communication
Emotional Intelligence
Gerontology
legal document prepared by a living, competent adult to provi…
Exchange of information, thoughts or messages; includes inter…
ability to look at yourself and others in an effort to recogn…
pertaining to the study of older adults
Advance Directive
legal document prepared by a living, competent adult to provi…
Communication
Exchange of information, thoughts or messages; includes inter…
19 terms
Chapter 12 patient transfer
Wheelchairs
Stretchers
Beds
Steps to prepare for transfer
Used for those who can sit upright
Used for those too weak to stand
Used if a pt is unable to be transferred to a stretcher
Check with nursing service and obtain chart... Check two patient…
Wheelchairs
Used for those who can sit upright
Stretchers
Used for those too weak to stand
43 terms
Patient Care Chapter 6
Vital signs also known as
Vital signs are
Body Temperature
Body thermostat
Cardinal Signs
Temperature, pulse, blood pressure and respiration
Balance between heat produce and heat lost
hypothalamus
Vital signs also known as
Cardinal Signs
Vital signs are
Temperature, pulse, blood pressure and respiration
193 terms
Chapter 6 - Patient Care
Verbal communication
Nonverbal communication
Diversity
Patient education
speaking using clear, concise language understood by patient
communicating with facial expressions, eye contact, or body m…
factors that distinguish humans from one another, including a…
providing the patient with information regarding the procedur…
Verbal communication
speaking using clear, concise language understood by patient
Nonverbal communication
communicating with facial expressions, eye contact, or body m…
56 terms
Med Surg Chapter 12: Nursing care of patients with infections
neutrophils
neutrophils
neutrophils
leukocytes
most plentiful... first cells to attack... phagocytic(engulf and de…
elevated in acute bacterial/fungal infections
decreased in sepsis, radiation therapy, influenze
formed in bone marrow... transported in circulatory system to th…
neutrophils
most plentiful... first cells to attack... phagocytic(engulf and de…
neutrophils
elevated in acute bacterial/fungal infections
35 terms
Chapter 12 Care of Patients with Immune and Lymphatic Disorders
Define iatrogenic.
Immunosuppressive agents are used to m…
When impaired function of the bone mar…
Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor—…
a side effect of medical treatment
multiple myeloma, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, rheumatoid arthriti…
a bone marrow transplant to provide the stem cells that will…
neutrophils
Define iatrogenic.
a side effect of medical treatment
Immunosuppressive agents are used to m…
multiple myeloma, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, rheumatoid arthriti…
153 terms
Chapter 6 - Patient Care
Verbal communication
Nonverbal communication
Diversity
Patient education
speaking using clear, concise language understood by patient
communicating with facial expressions, eye contact, or body m…
factors that distinguish humans from one another, including a…
providing the patient with information regarding the procedur…
Verbal communication
speaking using clear, concise language understood by patient
Nonverbal communication
communicating with facial expressions, eye contact, or body m…
1 of 10