Test Answers on nursing

Nursing Care of Children 2016A

Creating a plan of care for an infant who has an epidural hematoma with a skull fracture. Appropriate action to include? Implement seizure precautions for the infant Providing teaching about car seat use to the mother of a 6-month-old infant. Statement that indicates understanding of the teaching? \”I should secure the car seat using lower […]

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Nursing Research Chapter 3

Unstructured interview Questioning research participants orally without a fixed list of questions Transcription Typing a verbatim narrative from a record interview or focus group Rigor Characteristics of study methods that give the findings credibility and greater value Exploratory-descriptive qualitative research Research based on a pragmatic philosophy and focused on increasing understanding or finding a solution […]

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Nursing 1 Unit 1

Professionalism application of ideal qualities of individual with in a specific profession field – attributes and behaviors of a nurse as a representative of the profession. Collaboration Labor together – Nurses work with others (patients, families and health care workers) development of partnerships to achieve best possible outcomes that reflect the particular need of the […]

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Ch. 6: Values, Ethics & Advocacy (NUR 111-nursing fundamentals book)

Which are examples of virtues that can exemplify character and conduct as a professional nurse? Select all that apply. trustworthiness humility compassion A nursing student is studying the principle of autonomy. Which example most accurately depicts this principle? describing surgery to a client before the consent is signed A nurse is caring for an older […]

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Nursing Social Policy Statement: the essence of the profession

Social Concerns in Health Care & Nursing / 6 areas of health care: Nursing has an active & ending leadership role in public & political determination about 6 areas of health care: 1. organization, delivery and financing 2. provision for the public’s health 3. Expansion of nursing & healthcare knowledge 4. Expansion of healthcare resources […]

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Nurs 343 Ch. 9

Clinical supervision Working under clinical supervision is an excellent way to keep focus and boundaries clear. Contract A contract emphasizes pt’s participation and responsibility because it shows that nurse does something with pt rather than for pt. Contract either stated or written, contains place, time, date and duration of meetings. Countertransference It occurs when nurse […]

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clinical nursing concepts/perioperative care/john hale 2

Of the following, which are also appropriate at this time? Select all that apply (there are 3 correct answers). Contact lenses should be removed Correct Contact lenses should be removed before surgery. Any dentures should also be removed, to avoid the possibility of airway obstruction or interference with intubation. Preferably, a family member can hold […]

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Introduction to Nursing Research

Research results One of the primary foundations for evidence-based nursing practice is Personal experiences and client values Within the process of providing evidence-based nursing care, which types of research results are incorporated to ascertain the plan of treatment Method for accessing published information As a novice nurse on a medical-surgical hospital unit, you do want […]

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Excelsior College Foundations in Nursing Practice Module 1

Cognitive Development: Jean Piaget -Jean Piaget developed a cognitive theory that children developed in stages as they aged. -The two key components of this theory are Assimilation and Accommodation. -This is how thought develops into a more complex though process. Assimilation is the process that an individual takes information from their environment and processes it […]

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Lab values – Galen College of Nursing

Test / Abbreviation / Adult Child Hemoglobin** Hgb Male: 14-18 g/dL Female: 12-16 g/dL Pregnant: < 11 g/dL 1-6 yr: 9.5-14 g/dL 6-18 yr: 10-15.5 g/dL Hematocrit** Hct Male: 42-52% Female: 37-47% Pregnant: >33% 1-6 yr: 30-40% 6-18 yr: 32-44% White Blood Cell** WBC Both Sexes: 5-10 mm3 ≤2yr: 6.2-17 mm3 ≥2 yr: 5-10 mm3 […]

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Legality and Ethics of Nursing

Caduceus Modern Symbols of medicine, two sets of wings atop two serpents twined around a staff, based on mythical figures (also known as the staff of Aesculapius). Holistic Healthcare Caring for the whole person. Hippocratic Oath Pledge Based on the principles of Hippocrates repeated by physicians that are entering the field of medicine. Nightingale Lamp […]

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Florida Career College Jacksonville, Florida Fundamentals of nursing Potter – Perry 8th edition

Nursing The protection and optimization of health and abilities; prevention of illness and injury; alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response; and advocacy in the care of individuals, and families Florence Nightingale saw the role of nursing as having \”Charge of somebody’s health\” based on the knowledge of \”how to impact […]

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Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing -Westminster College 2017-

Hematocrit (HCT): females 37-47%; males 42-52% Hemoglobin (Hgb): females 12-16 g/dL; males 14-18 g/dL White Blood Cell Count (WBC): 5,000-10,000/uL Neutrophils: neutropenia is what? is a neutrophil count of less than 2,000/mm3 Platelets: 150,000-400,000 mm3 Serum sodium (Na): 136-145 mEq/L Serum potassium (K): 3.5-5.0 mEq/L Serum calcium (Ca): 9.0-10.5 mg/dL Serum magnesium (Mg): 1.3-2.1 mEq/L […]

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Newberry College of Nursing OB checkpoint #4

Factors Affecting Labor Progress ¥ Passageway (birth canal) ¥ Passenger (fetus) ¥ Powers ¥ Position ¥ Psyche (mother) Passageway ¥ True pelvis (space enclosed by the pelvic girdle and below the pelvic brim: between the pelvic inlet and the pelvic floor) Ð Inlet, midpelvis, outlet ¥ Four types Ð Gynecoid Ð Android Ð Anthropoid Ð […]

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Kishwaukee. Nursing. Abbreviation List

AA Alcoholics Anonymous abd abdomen ABG arterial blood gases abx antibiotics a.c. before meals (ante cibum) ACLS advanced cardiac life support ACS American Cancer Society ADA American Diabetic Association ADH antidiuretic hormone ADL activities of daily living ad lib as desired (ad libitum) adm. admitted A.F.B. acid-fast bacillus A. Fib atrial fibrillation A Flutter atrial […]

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Nursing Acceptable Abbreviations (Georgia Gwinnett College)

ā Before (ante) āc Before Meals AAA Abdominal Aortic Aneurism, Acute Anxiety Attack AAAAA ALL DUE TO BRAIN DAMAGE: Aphasia (loss of verbal language skills), Agnosia (unable to intepret sensations), Apraxia (unable to perform purposeful actions), Agraphia (Loss of written Language Skills), Alexia (Loss of the ability to read) ACE Angiotensin- Converting Enzyme ACLS Advanced […]

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Common Medical Abbreviations UMSL- College of Nursing

ABG’s Arterial blood gases ac before meals ADL’s activites of daily living ad lib as desired AMA against medical advice am morning amb ambulate amt amount as tol as tolerated AP apical pulse ARF acute renal failure ASA acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) BE barium enema bid twice daily BM bowel movement BMR basal metabolic rate BP […]

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Introduction to nursing HHSC 1040 macomb community college Quiz one

Phases of the nursing process 1 assessment 2 analysis & identification 3 planning 4&5 implementation of planned intervention w/ patient out comes 6 evaluation Major influences Lilian wald, margert singer, Florence nightingale Florance nightingale Founder of nursing, established record keeping Precentage of women in nursing 93% Percentage of men in nursing 7% Objective Does not […]

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Nursing Medical Terminology GCSC Gulf Coast State College

ab- away from, not acoustic- hearing acro- extremeties aden- gland adnexa- adrenal adreno- adrenal aer- air -algia painful condition, pain alveoli- cavity ameb- change an-, a- without, not angi- vessel ante- before anti- against antr- cavity appendic- appendix arter- artery arthr- joint asthenia- weakness astr- star shaped aur- ear auto- self basi- base benign mild, […]

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nursing 100 moodle quizzes

5% According to the \”methods of evaluation\” in your N100 syllabus, participation is worth what percentage of your N100 grade? 12% the combined weight of the 4 online noodle quizzes for N100 is worth what percentage of the total N100 grade? 1. When corresponding with instructors through email or telephone make sure to include your […]

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Fundamentals of Nursing, Chapter 27, set 2, Temple College

nursing history This includes data about a person’s level of Wellness to determine if any underlying conditions exist that pose threats to safety. Ex., lower body muscle strength Emesis Vomiting Federal Emergency Management agency FEMA Range of motion ROM Assessment – Through the patient’s eyes, – nursing history, – Healthcare environment which includes risk for […]

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