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American Hospital Association End Stage Renal Disease Home Health Agencies Medical/Clerical Assisting Nuclear Medicine Packed Red Blood Cells The Brain Third Party Payers Three Times A Week
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Maintain Eye Contact Physical Activity Regular Physical Activity Three Times A Week
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Complete Blood Cell Count Nursing Three Times A Week
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Developmental Psychology Initiative Versus Guilt Nursing Three Times A Week
Chapter 3 – Theories and Therapies – Flashcards 27 terms
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Medical Decision Making Three Times A Week
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Long Term Goals Short Term Goals Three Times A Week
Nursing 101 Exam 1B – Flashcards 90 terms
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Health Science Physical Fitness Risk Factors For Heart Disease Three Times A Week
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Center For Disease Control Nutrition Three Times A Week
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Adolescents And Young Adults Educational Psychology High Stakes Testing Identity Versus Role Confusion Psychology Three Times A Week
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Economic Activity Principles Of Economics: Macroeconomics Principles Of Economics: Microeconomics Three Times A Week
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Cause And Effect Educational Psychology Interpersonal Communication Three Times A Week
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Gynecology Moderate Physical Activity Nutrition Three Times A Week
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Central Nervous System Health Education Red And White Blood Cells Three Times A Week
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Business Law Negligence Three Times A Week
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Areas For Improvement Beliefs And Principles Career Exploration Decision Making Learning Style Three Times A Week
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Read the following paragraph adapted from “Lou Gehrig, An American Hero,” by Paul Gallico. (1) Lou Gehrig had unusual courage despite serious physical handicaps. (2) He played despite colds. (3) He played despite fevers. (4) He played so doubled over with lumbago that it was impossible for him to straighten up; and bent over at the plate, he still got himself a single. (5) One year he fractured a toe. (6) He played on. (7) Again, knocked unconscious by a wild pitch, he suffered a concussion that would have hospitalized the average man for two weeks. (8) He was at his position the next day–and collected four hits. (9) It rained about three times a week. (10) When, late in his career, his hands were X-rayed, the doctors found seventeen fractures that had healed by themselves. (11) He had broken every finger on both hands–some of them twice–and hadn’t even mentioned the fact to anyone. What is the number of the topic sentence? _________ What is the number of the sentence that does not develop the main idea? ________
Which of the following would lead the home health nurse to make a nursing diagnosis of unresolved grief for a patient who was widowed 5 months ago? A. Seeing that the patient keeps a picture of the husband by her bed B. The patient said tearfully “I can’t believe he is gone.” C. Assessing that the patient eats out frequently rather than cooking at home D. The patient says that she attends church three times a week
B. The patient said tearfully “I can’t believe he is gone.”
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Miguel visits his therapist three times a week. During his visits he lies on a couch, looks up at the ceiling, and shares whatever comes to mind with the analyst. This is the process of ___________. a. client-centered therapy b. free association c. dream analysis d. contemporary counseling
*b. free association*
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A patient who has undergone liver transplantation is ready to be discharged home. The nurse is providing discharge teaching. Which topic will the nurse emphasize the most related to discharge teaching? A) The patient will obtain measurement of drainage from the T-tube. B) The patient will exercise three times a week. C) The patient will take immunosuppressive agents as required. D) The patient will monitor for signs of liver dysfunction.
ANS: C The patient is given written and verbal instructions about immunosuppressive agent doses and dosing schedules. The patient is also instructed on steps to follow to assure that an adequate supply of medication is available so that there is no chance of running out of the medication or skipping a dose. Failure to take medications as instructed may precipitate rejection. The nurse would not teach the patient to measure drainage from a T-tube as they wouldn’t go home with a T-tube. The nurse may teach the patient about the need to exercise or what the signs of liver dysfunction are, but the nurse would not stress them like they would stress the immunosuppressive drug regimen.
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Select the best example of altruism a. after recovering from a gunshot wound, a police officer attends a local support group b. after recovering from open heart surgery, an individual plays tennis three times a week c. an individual who received a liver transplant volunteers a local organ procurement agency d. an individual with a long standing fear of animals volunteers at a community animal shelter
D. an individual with a long standing fear of animals volunteers at a community animal shelter
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A client states, “My doctor has told me I am a candidate for electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). Where will the treatment take place and how much time would this entail?” Which is the most accurate nursing reply? A. “Clients typically receive ECT in their hospital room, daily for 1 month.” B. “Clients typically receive 6 to 12 ECT treatments, three times a week in an outpatient setting.” C. “Clients typically receive an unlimited number of treatments in the hospital treatment room.” D. “Clients typically receive two to three treatments in either an outpatient or inpatient setting.”
ANS: B Most clients require an average of 6 to 12 ECT treatments, but some may require up to 20 treatments. Treatments are usually administered every other day, three times per week. Treatments are performed on either an inpatient or outpatient basis depending on the need for client monitoring.
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7. A woman who is 14 weeks pregnant tells the nurse that she always had a glass of wine with dinner before she became pregnant. She has abstained during her first trimester and would like to know if it is safe for her to have a drink with dinner now. The nurse would tell her: “Since you’re in your second trimester, there’s no problem with having one drink with dinner.” b. “One drink every night is too much. One drink three times a week should be fine.” c. “Since you’re in your second trimester, you can drink as much as you like.” d. “Because no one knows how much or how little alcohol it takes to cause fetal problems, the best course is to abstain throughout your pregnancy.”
ANS: D The statement “Because no one knows how much or how little alcohol it takes to cause fetal problems, the best course is to abstain throughout your pregnancy” is accurate. A safe level of alcohol consumption during pregnancy has not yet been established. Although the consumption of occasional alcoholic beverages may not be harmful to the mother or her developing fetus, complete abstinence is strongly advised.
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