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44 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13
After being admitted directly to the s…
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
The nurse assesses a postoperative cli…
The nurse selects the nursing diagnosi…
D: Strategic
A: Hospital policies
B: Nausea
C: Have intact skin during hospitalization
After being admitted directly to the s…
D: Strategic
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
A: Hospital policies
44 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13
After being admitted directly to the s…
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
The nurse assesses a postoperative cli…
The nurse selects the nursing diagnosi…
D: Strategic
A: Hospital policies
B: Nausea
C: Have intact skin during hospitalization
After being admitted directly to the s…
D: Strategic
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
A: Hospital policies
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Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 13
Medical Asepsis
Surgical Asepsis
What are the six steps of the Chain of…
What are ideal areas for pathogenic gr…
techniques that inhibit the growth and transmission of pathog…
techniques designed to destroy all microorganisms and their s…
infectious agent, reservoir, portal of exit, mode of transmis…
unwashed hands, wound drainage, soiled linen, decaying teeth
Medical Asepsis
techniques that inhibit the growth and transmission of pathog…
Surgical Asepsis
techniques designed to destroy all microorganisms and their s…
18 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing - Chapter 13
The greatest cause of illness and deat…
Which physiological change would be a…
In planning patient education for Mrs.…
With the exception of pregnant or lact…
A
C
A
B
The greatest cause of illness and deat…
A
Which physiological change would be a…
C
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Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 13
What is the nurses role during admissi…
What are some common reactions to admi…
What relates to Maslow's need of safety?
What are ways a nurse can help ease th…
assist the patient in maintaining dignity and a sense of cont…
fear of the unknown, loss of identity, disorientation, separa…
fear of the unknown
explanations about the facility policies, information about m…
What is the nurses role during admissi…
assist the patient in maintaining dignity and a sense of cont…
What are some common reactions to admi…
fear of the unknown, loss of identity, disorientation, separa…
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Fundamentals of Nursing-Culture-Chapter 13
Culture Charecterisitcs
Communication
Space
Time orientation
learned... taught... shared... dynamic and adaptive... complex... is diverse…
verbal and non verbal behavior... spoken language... gestures
personal space
varies among people of a diferent culture.... oriented, in past,…
Culture Charecterisitcs
learned... taught... shared... dynamic and adaptive... complex... is diverse…
Communication
verbal and non verbal behavior... spoken language... gestures
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nursing fundamentals chapter 13
The nurse is caring for a patient who…
The nurse is caring for a patient who…
A national standard for patient safety…
When supervising a certified nursing a…
Safety should be foremost in the nurse's mind when caring for…
Safety should be foremost in the nurse's mind when caring for…
A national standard for patient safety has been established b…
Patients with English as a second language may not grasp safe…
The nurse is caring for a patient who…
Safety should be foremost in the nurse's mind when caring for…
The nurse is caring for a patient who…
Safety should be foremost in the nurse's mind when caring for…
44 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13
After being admitted directly to the s…
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
The nurse assesses a postoperative cli…
The nurse selects the nursing diagnosi…
D: Strategic
A: Hospital policies
B: Nausea
C: Have intact skin during hospitalization
After being admitted directly to the s…
D: Strategic
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
A: Hospital policies
44 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13
After being admitted directly to the s…
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
The nurse assesses a postoperative cli…
The nurse selects the nursing diagnosi…
D: Strategic
A: Hospital policies
B: Nausea
C: Have intact skin during hospitalization
After being admitted directly to the s…
D: Strategic
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
A: Hospital policies
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13
Science of optimal cellular metabolism…
Vitamins and minerals
Kilocalorie sources of carbohydrates,…
Plant compounds that are thought to ha…
Define nutrition:
What are micronutrients?
What are macronutrients?
What are phytochemicals?
Science of optimal cellular metabolism…
Define nutrition:
Vitamins and minerals
What are micronutrients?
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Taylor Fundamentals of Nursing chapter 13
actual nursing diagnoses
collaborative problem
cue
data cluster
problems validated by the presence of major defining characte…
actual or potential health problems that may occur from compl…
significant information that is helpful in making decisions.
grouping of patient data or cues that points to the existence…
actual nursing diagnoses
problems validated by the presence of major defining characte…
collaborative problem
actual or potential health problems that may occur from compl…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13 Terms
Biomedical
Psychosocial
Biopsychosocial
Psychosocial theory
Disease-oriented
Encompasses both psychological and social factors
A person's psychological state interacts with his social deve…
A method of understanding people as a combination of psycholo…
Biomedical
Disease-oriented
Psychosocial
Encompasses both psychological and social factors
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Fundamentals of Nursing - Chapter 13 - Key Terms
ambulate
base of support
body mechanics
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
to walk
the feet and lower legs, which give the body stability and ba…
the movement of muscles of the body for balance and leverage
actions to restart the heart or breathing of an unresponsive…
ambulate
to walk
base of support
the feet and lower legs, which give the body stability and ba…
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13
After being admitted directly to the s…
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
The nurse assesses a postoperative cli…
The nurse selects the nursing diagnosi…
D: Strategic
A: Hospital policies
B: Nausea
C: Have intact skin during hospitalization
After being admitted directly to the s…
D: Strategic
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
A: Hospital policies
44 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13
After being admitted directly to the s…
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
The nurse assesses a postoperative cli…
The nurse selects the nursing diagnosi…
D: Strategic
A: Hospital policies
B: Nausea
C: Have intact skin during hospitalization
After being admitted directly to the s…
D: Strategic
The client with a fractured pelvis req…
A: Hospital policies
20 terms
chapter 13 Fundamentals of Nursing by Taylor
Diagnosis
Diagnoses
Types of diagnoses
Nursing diagnosis
Are the standards terms used to NAME PROBLEMS in the satisfac…
Are PROBLEMS the nurse should take care of and may plan and i…
Nursing Diagnosis... Medical diagnosis... Collaborative problems
DESCRIBE patient problems nurses CAN TREAT independently.
Diagnosis
Are the standards terms used to NAME PROBLEMS in the satisfac…
Diagnoses
Are PROBLEMS the nurse should take care of and may plan and i…
14 terms
Taylor Fundamentals of Nursing chapter 13
actual nursing diagnoses
collaborative problem
cue
data cluster
problems validated by the presence of major defining characte…
actual or potential health problems that may occur from compl…
significant information that is helpful in making decisions.
grouping of patient data or cues that points to the existence…
actual nursing diagnoses
problems validated by the presence of major defining characte…
collaborative problem
actual or potential health problems that may occur from compl…
23 terms
Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 13 Planning
Collaborative Care Plans
Collaborative Interventions
Concept map
Critical Pathways
Outlines care required for clients with common, predictable c…
Actions that a nurse carries out in conjunction with other he…
Visual tool in which ideas or data are enclosed in circles or…
Collaborative care plan that sequences care that must be given
Collaborative Care Plans
Outlines care required for clients with common, predictable c…
Collaborative Interventions
Actions that a nurse carries out in conjunction with other he…
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chapter 13 Fundamentals of nursing care
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Leg Monitor
Restraint Alternatives
Ambulate
Actions to restart the heart or breathing in an unresponsive…
A monitor that attaches to the patient and generates an alarm…
Less restrictive ways to help patients remember not to get up…
Walk
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Actions to restart the heart or breathing in an unresponsive…
Leg Monitor
A monitor that attaches to the patient and generates an alarm…
20 terms
chapter 13 Fundamentals of Nursing by Taylor
Diagnosis
Diagnoses
Types of diagnoses
Nursing diagnosis
Are the standards terms used to NAME PROBLEMS in the satisfac…
Are PROBLEMS the nurse should take care of and may plan and i…
Nursing Diagnosis... Medical diagnosis... Collaborative problems
DESCRIBE patient problems nurses CAN TREAT independently.
Diagnosis
Are the standards terms used to NAME PROBLEMS in the satisfac…
Diagnoses
Are PROBLEMS the nurse should take care of and may plan and i…
20 terms
chapter 13 Fundamentals of Nursing by Taylor
Diagnosis
Diagnoses
Types of diagnoses
Nursing diagnosis
Are the standards terms used to NAME PROBLEMS in the satisfac…
Are PROBLEMS the nurse should take care of and may plan and i…
Nursing Diagnosis... Medical diagnosis... Collaborative problems
DESCRIBE patient problems nurses CAN TREAT independently.
Diagnosis
Are the standards terms used to NAME PROBLEMS in the satisfac…
Diagnoses
Are PROBLEMS the nurse should take care of and may plan and i…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Taylor Ch 13
Actual nursing diagnosis
Collaborative problems
Cue
Data cluster
Represents a problem that has been validated by the presence…
Certain physiologic complications that nurses monitor to dete…
Significant data or data that influences analysis ("raises a…
Grouping of patient data or cues that points to the existence…
Actual nursing diagnosis
Represents a problem that has been validated by the presence…
Collaborative problems
Certain physiologic complications that nurses monitor to dete…
97 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13 Outcome Identification and Planning
A nurse assesses the vital signs of a…
A nurse is writing an initial plan of…
What is true of nursing responsibiliti…
The nurse has identified the following…
ongoing planning
Seek research about the disorder.
Nurses do carry out interventions in response to a physician'…
The nurse has omitted the time frame.
A nurse assesses the vital signs of a…
ongoing planning
A nurse is writing an initial plan of…
Seek research about the disorder.
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chapter 13 Fundamentals of Nursing by taylor Planning
Outcomes
Goal of outcome Identification and Pla…
Standards to APPLY to outcome Identifi…
a FORMAL PLAN of care allows the nurse…
Think of what we expect.... Plan to change in patients condition…
1- Establish PRIORITIES... 2-IDENTIFY and write EXPECTED patient…
1-The LAw... 2-National Practice Standards... 3-Specialty professio…
1-Individualize care that maximimizes outcome achievement.... 2-…
Outcomes
Think of what we expect.... Plan to change in patients condition…
Goal of outcome Identification and Pla…
1- Establish PRIORITIES... 2-IDENTIFY and write EXPECTED patient…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13: Outcome Identification and Planning
clinical pathways (critical pathways,…
collaborative interventions
computerized plans of nursing care
consultation
case management tools used to communicate that standardized,…
interdependent nursing action performed jointly by nurses and…
plans of patient care developed by computer software programs…
process in which two or more individuals with varying degrees…
clinical pathways (critical pathways,…
case management tools used to communicate that standardized,…
collaborative interventions
interdependent nursing action performed jointly by nurses and…
97 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13 Outcome Identification and Planning
A nurse assesses the vital signs of a…
A nurse is writing an initial plan of…
What is true of nursing responsibiliti…
The nurse has identified the following…
ongoing planning
Seek research about the disorder.
Nurses do carry out interventions in response to a physician'…
The nurse has omitted the time frame.
A nurse assesses the vital signs of a…
ongoing planning
A nurse is writing an initial plan of…
Seek research about the disorder.
97 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13 Outcome Identification and Planning
A nurse assesses the vital signs of a…
A nurse is writing an initial plan of…
What is true of nursing responsibiliti…
The nurse has identified the following…
ongoing planning
Seek research about the disorder.
Nurses do carry out interventions in response to a physician'…
The nurse has omitted the time frame.
A nurse assesses the vital signs of a…
ongoing planning
A nurse is writing an initial plan of…
Seek research about the disorder.
61 terms
Chapter 13 - Physical Assessment- Fundamentals of Nursing
Physical assessment
Auscultation, Inspection, Palpation, P…
inspection
inspection
A systematic examination of body structures
What are the 4 basic physical assessment techniques?
Purposeful observation
Most frequently used assessment technique. Involves examining…
Physical assessment
A systematic examination of body structures
Auscultation, Inspection, Palpation, P…
What are the 4 basic physical assessment techniques?
61 terms
Chapter 13 - Physical Assessment- Fundamentals of Nursing
Physical assessment
Auscultation, Inspection, Palpation, P…
inspection
inspection
A systematic examination of body structures
What are the 4 basic physical assessment techniques?
Purposeful observation
Most frequently used assessment technique. Involves examining…
Physical assessment
A systematic examination of body structures
Auscultation, Inspection, Palpation, P…
What are the 4 basic physical assessment techniques?
18 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13: Outcome Identification and Planning
clinical pathways (critical pathways,…
collaborative interventions
computerized plans of nursing care
consultation
case management tools used to communicate that standardized,…
interdependent nursing action performed jointly by nurses and…
plans of patient care developed by computer software programs…
process in which two or more individuals with varying degrees…
clinical pathways (critical pathways,…
case management tools used to communicate that standardized,…
collaborative interventions
interdependent nursing action performed jointly by nurses and…
42 terms
Chapter 13 fundamentals of nursing evidenced based practice nursing research
EBP Evidence based practice
Basic research
Applied research
Data
The intergration of best research evidence with: clinical exp…
Research conducted to generate theories. These theories help…
Testing theories in different situations with different popul…
Facts collected and analyzed by the researcher from the parti…
EBP Evidence based practice
The intergration of best research evidence with: clinical exp…
Basic research
Research conducted to generate theories. These theories help…
8 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13 Outcome Identification and Planning
outcome identification
goal
patient outcome
initial planning
establish priorities,expected patient outcomes,select evidenc…
is an aim or end
expected conclusion to a patients health problem
performed by nurse with admission combined with nursing histo…
outcome identification
establish priorities,expected patient outcomes,select evidenc…
goal
is an aim or end
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Fundamentals - Chapter 13 Key Terms
Braxton hicks contractions
Climacteric
Doula
Infertility
irregular short contractions, that occur in the second trimes…
occurs in men in their late 40s or early 50s. Decreased level…
A support person to be present during labor to assist women w…
refers to a prolonged time to conceive.
Braxton hicks contractions
irregular short contractions, that occur in the second trimes…
Climacteric
occurs in men in their late 40s or early 50s. Decreased level…
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Nursing fundamentals physical assessment chapter 13
Physical assessment
Inspection
Percussion
Palpation
Systematic examination of body structures
Purposeful observation
Striking or tapping a part of the clients body with the finge…
Lightly touching or applying pressure to the body
Physical assessment
Systematic examination of body structures
Inspection
Purposeful observation
42 terms
Chapter 13 fundamentals of nursing evidenced based practice nursing research
EBP Evidence based practice
Basic research
Applied research
Data
The intergration of best research evidence with: clinical exp…
Research conducted to generate theories. These theories help…
Testing theories in different situations with different popul…
Facts collected and analyzed by the researcher from the parti…
EBP Evidence based practice
The intergration of best research evidence with: clinical exp…
Basic research
Research conducted to generate theories. These theories help…
42 terms
Chapter 13 fundamentals of nursing evidenced based practice nursing research
EBP Evidence based practice
Basic research
Applied research
Data
The intergration of best research evidence with: clinical exp…
Research conducted to generate theories. These theories help…
Testing theories in different situations with different popul…
Facts collected and analyzed by the researcher from the parti…
EBP Evidence based practice
The intergration of best research evidence with: clinical exp…
Basic research
Research conducted to generate theories. These theories help…
42 terms
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING CH 13
BASE OF SUPPORT
BODY MECHANICS
FALL ASSESSMENT RATING SCALES
MASS CASUALTY EVENT(MCE)
THE FEET AND LOWER LEGS, WHICH GIVE THE BODY STABILITY AND BA…
USE OF THE BODY MUSCLES FOR BALANCE AND LEVERAGE WITHOUT CAUS…
DATA THAT CAN BE COMPILED TO GIVE A NUMERICAL RATING TO DETER…
A PUBLIC HEALTH OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY INVOLVING THOUSANDS OF V…
BASE OF SUPPORT
THE FEET AND LOWER LEGS, WHICH GIVE THE BODY STABILITY AND BA…
BODY MECHANICS
USE OF THE BODY MUSCLES FOR BALANCE AND LEVERAGE WITHOUT CAUS…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Volume 1: Chapter 13: Psychosocial Health & Illness
psychosocial
psychosocial theory
Patient responses to illness are influ…
self-concept
encompasses both psychological and social factors: a person's…
a method of understanding people as a combination of psycholo…
-physical pathology... -psychosocial health... -overall wellness
one's overall view of oneself
psychosocial
encompasses both psychological and social factors: a person's…
psychosocial theory
a method of understanding people as a combination of psycholo…
61 terms
Chapter 13 - Physical Assessment- Fundamentals of Nursing
Physical assessment
Auscultation, Inspection, Palpation, P…
inspection
inspection
A systematic examination of body structures
What are the 4 basic physical assessment techniques?
Purposeful observation
Most frequently used assessment technique. Involves examining…
Physical assessment
A systematic examination of body structures
Auscultation, Inspection, Palpation, P…
What are the 4 basic physical assessment techniques?
63 terms
Taylor Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 13: Outcome Identification + Planning
Planning + Outcome Identification
Goal
Patient Outcome
Expected Outcomes
- Third step in nursing process (ADPIE)... - ANA Standards of pr…
- An aim or an end... - Goal, outcome + objective are used inter…
- An expected conclusion to a patient health problem, or in t…
Used to refer to the more specific, measurable CRITERIA used…
Planning + Outcome Identification
- Third step in nursing process (ADPIE)... - ANA Standards of pr…
Goal
- An aim or an end... - Goal, outcome + objective are used inter…
61 terms
Chapter 13 - Physical Assessment- Fundamentals of Nursing
Physical assessment
Auscultation, Inspection, Palpation, P…
inspection
inspection
A systematic examination of body structures
What are the 4 basic physical assessment techniques?
Purposeful observation
Most frequently used assessment technique. Involves examining…
Physical assessment
A systematic examination of body structures
Auscultation, Inspection, Palpation, P…
What are the 4 basic physical assessment techniques?
19 terms
Nursing Fundamentals ch 13 Fundamentals of Nursing Care concepts connections & skills
ambulate
base of support
body mechanics
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
to walk
The feet and lower legs, which give the body stability and ba…
The movement of muscles of the body for balance and leverage
Actions to restart the heart or breathing of an unresponsive…
ambulate
to walk
base of support
The feet and lower legs, which give the body stability and ba…
74 terms
Nursing fundamentals chapters 11-13
Admission
Admission process
Discharge
Discharge Process
entering a health care agency for nursing care & medical or s…
Authorization from a physician that the person requires speci…
termination of care from a health care agency
Discharge planning(begins day of admission)... Obtaining a writt…
Admission
entering a health care agency for nursing care & medical or s…
Admission process
Authorization from a physician that the person requires speci…
46 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 2
Healthcare delivery system
Emphasis on population wellness
health services pyramid
health services pyramid
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
from this various healthcare models have been generated
1. manages health instead of illness... 2. emphasis is on wellne…
Healthcare delivery system
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
Emphasis on population wellness
from this various healthcare models have been generated
27 terms
CHAPTER 13, 14, 15 FUNDAMENTALS
causes of infections
Protozoa
Helminth
Chain of infection:
-Microorganism- minuscule living bodies... _Pathogens- can s…
Single cell organism
Worm, parasites, pin worms
-Causative organism... -Reservoir... -Mode of transmission... -Portal…
causes of infections
-Microorganism- minuscule living bodies... _Pathogens- can s…
Protozoa
Single cell organism
26 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chap 13
Outcome identification
Goal
Patient outcome
Expected outcome
Observation of the patient to demonstrate the resolution of t…
Is an aim or an end
An expected conclusion to a patient health problem, or in the…
Specific, measurable criteria used to evaluate whether the pa…
Outcome identification
Observation of the patient to demonstrate the resolution of t…
Goal
Is an aim or an end
65 terms
Fundamentals of nursing chapters 10-13
What is Surgical asepsis
What is Medical asepsis
What are examples of bacteria
What are examples of viruses
Measures that render supplies and equipment free of microorga…
Practices that confine or reduce the number of microorganisms
Cocci (round) bacillus (rod shaped) Spirochetes (spiral)
Herpes common cold rabies poliomyelitis hepatitis AIDS
What is Surgical asepsis
Measures that render supplies and equipment free of microorga…
What is Medical asepsis
Practices that confine or reduce the number of microorganisms
9 terms
Nursing Fundamentals ch 13 deWit
Aging
Biologic clock theory
Free radical theory
Wear and tear theory
Continual process of biologic congnitive and psychosocial cha…
Cells programed to live a certain amound of time then break d…
Cell are damaged by toxins in the environment
Organs eventually wear out
Aging
Continual process of biologic congnitive and psychosocial cha…
Biologic clock theory
Cells programed to live a certain amound of time then break d…
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